I know, I know – you’re traveling to Parga in Greece for some much needed rest and relaxation. However, if there’s one active thing you’ll do on your holiday I suggest you’ll make it this one:
If you’re staying in Parga town and are planning a trip to Lichnos Beach you could consider walking there. It will take a while – I think it took us about 2 hours but we had several breaks. And you’ll be rewarded with amazing views and a sense of accomplishment once you get to the beach. Here’s what you’ll have to do and what you can expect to see on your way there:
Ok, here’s a third article on my London on a budget series: Cheap places to eat in London.
London obviously has a great selection of restaurants – from local pubs to high end gourmet fares. But what we’re looking for is value for you money, and to be more precise… cheap 🙂 Because there are times when you want to visit the town but don’t have a lot of money. One thing that you can certainly save on is the restaurants. There are great options for eating out even for those of us that travel on budget.
Are you looking for cheap places to stay in London? London is so so expensive, right? Well, not necessarily. If you want, it’s possible to have a very affordable holiday in London. You just need to know where to stay.
Here’s a couple of tips on cheap accommodation in London:
Parga is one of the prettiest places I’ve ever visited. For some reason I didn’t expect much from its beaches. Maybe it was because of the fact that Parga isn’t an island or that most pictures just show the Disney colored bay with the town rising up on the hill. So I was very pleasantly pleased to discover three really beautiful beaches within easy distance from Parga during our visit to this amazing town. So, what are the best beaches in Parga?
A few weeks ago I told you about a trip to England and Scotland we did this summer. I’ve wanted to tell you more about it and now it’s time to browse the pictures and write about a day tour in Scotland we took from Glasgow. We booked it through a company called DiscoverScotland. It was a tour that took us to Glenfinnan, Mallaig and Jacobite Steam Train.
And we’ve been to England. Again 🙂 This time we decided to visit towns we hadn’t been to before and had so much fun. So for your inspiration – if you’re planning a trip to the UK – here’s what we did during our 10 day trip to England and Scotland:
Has it ever happened to you that when you come back from a day trip to a historical or otherwise spectacular travel destination, you find that you have about 500 photos to go through? Of just that one day. That’s what happened to me when I came back to Parga from a day trip to Meteora Monasteries in Greece. Well, 581 photos to be exact. And I’m not even counting the ones I have on my mobile phone…