My trip to Greece

Hi everyone!

Salty hair, calm waves and jellyfish paranoia were my life the past two weeks.

As a family trip we went to Haniotis, which is a village in Thessaloniki, Greece. This village is a paradise for tourists, but you’ll immediately forget about the cheesy shops and restaurants when you dive into the clear water.

We used our holiday to relax and to enjoy the last weeks before I will make my way to the United States. So we spent our time at the beach, tanning and swimming, with laughter and silence, through sand and the sea.

I love the feeling, when you put your head under water, total silence. The sun light which breaks in the water and leaves amazing patterns on the ground. And the moment after you’ll come up, your eyes filled with salt, but it was worth it. The first looks around and you have to press your eyes together, the sun is shining directly into your eyes. Then you start to realize the voices around you, you taste the salt, you smell the sea and you dive back in, total silence.

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My days were filled with books, I finally had the time to get back into reading so here are my holiday books, the protagonists that went with me to Greece.

  • The Little Bookshop Of Lonely Hearts by Annie Darling

It’s a story that finds itself in a little Bookshop in London, so called “Bookends” and Posy Morland, whose life changes as Lavinia, the owner of the Bookshop, passes away. And there begins a new chapter of Bookends and the background of always finding a happy ever after.

Deutsche Ausgabe: Der kleine Laden der einsamen Herzen

  • True Love At The Lonely Hearts Bookshop by Annie Darling

The second part of the book series, focuses on Posy’s good friend, Verity Love. She calls herself an introvert and with getting away from dating she tries to have a fake boyfriend. It’s the relationship between to strangers, starting to become friends, but an impossible love that interrupts and won’t stay silent.

Deutsche Ausgabe: noch nicht erhältlich

  • Love X Style X Life by Garance Doré

Garance Doré is illustrator, photographer, author and blogger. In her book she compares the world of a Parisian and of a New Yorker, giving us an idea how you live in those metropoles. The reader can be a part of this whole industry of fashion and lifestyles. She shows us the work behind her career and makes you dream about a life like hers. It’s filled with lessons for the life we live in and the unspoken rules of our society.

Deutsche Ausgabe: gleicher Titel

  • Paris for One by Jojo Moyes

This is a very short novel of Jojo Moyes. It’s about a weekend trip of Nell and her boyfriend, but it takes a turn when he doesn’t appear at the train station, and the adventure of exploring Paris all by herself starts. The book is full of impressions of Paris and you can picture the cafés and little streets. And between the chaos someone changes her trip and saves her from being alone in the city of love.

Deutsche Ausgabe: Nachts an der Seine

  • The Year I Met You by Cecelia Ahern

Jasmin is an ambtious business woman suddenly gets fired. With one year where she isn’t allowed to work she starts thinking about her overprotective site to her sister with down syndrome, about her relationship with her father and about her neighbour. Full of hate she observes her neighbour and their paths cross every now and then. The way the author wrote the book you can live in Jasmin’s thoughts and you’ll find yourself trying to solve her struggles and order her feelings.

Deutsche Ausgabe: Das Jahr, in dem ich dich traf

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