Ok, ok! So I know I have been sharing a TON of honeymoon pictures, posts and memories with you the past month and a half. I bet you are sick and tired of looking at the gorgeous views we enjoyed for two weeks, but I had one final post from our time in Santorini and I wanted to share it with you.
Our final day in Santorini was focused on relaxing! We enjoyed our breakfast on our balcony and I had my standard meal – banana & nutella crepe with a side of eggs.
Nothing’s better than being served breakfast with a view.
After our meal, Charles and I hit the pool.
We spent most of our morning here. It was a gorgeous place to relax, unwind and enjoy the scenery.
This shall forever more be referred to as “my happy place”
After a morning of hanging by the pool, Charles and I went out for one last ride on the ATV.
I was sad to say goodbye to these narrow roads & incredible views.
Also, I wanted to steal this mailbox. Cute, right?
We made our way back to Oia for one last visit, since it was my favorite spot on the island.
This was seriously one of the most beautiful places I have ever been too.
We enjoyed our last moussaka – one of my new favorite Greek dishes that I hope to recreate at home.
As well as some fabulous wine from our trip to the winery.
And then we just sat and enjoyed our last Santorini sunset.
The hotel was amazing and provided us with some champagne and strawberries to toast our honeymoon.
Cheers to our incredible trip
We said goodnight to the island as the sun sank into the sky.
But our early flight in the morning allowed us to see one amazing sunset the next morning!
The teeny tiny airport in Santorini provided some excellent sunrise morning viewing.
So while we waited for our early morning flight, I enjoyed the last sun-show in Santorini.
So there you have it folks –our amazing honeymoon recap has come to and end! I hope you enjoyed my sharing of our travels as much I enjoyed sharing them with you!
What was your favorite spot to read about on our honeymoon travels? Where would you travel too if money and time wasn’t an issue?