Usually when you arrive on any Greek Island, your plans are more than likely going to include the following: eating, drinking and sleeping off multiple hangovers. That is unless you arrive on the the island of Santorini, where instead of multiple hangovers, you're likely to find yourself watching tear inducing sunsets with your significant other. Well I did find myself in Santorini in August this year, but instead of sharing the experience with my better half, I had the company of my lovely sister-in-law Sheveux (blog here). This proved to be a good substitution however, because as it turns out there is a lot more to the island other than cute white and blue houses. Enter the cooking and tasting wine tour, where perhaps one CAN actually discover the joys of being hungover in Santorini.
All too often, after I face a crisis (and that is often) my mind jumps straight to damage control. Usually it consists of me making some kind of wishful-thinking statement that I'll 'do yoga everyday' or I'll 'stay off social media for good'. In most of those instances I'll succumb after the first few days, praising myself for at least attempting the act itself. Reflecting back on all of those statements, usually written here on my blog, I see a pattern that is so obvious that I don't know how it took me this long to realise it. Thanks to the power of the internets and my own procrastination, I found a video that summed it up in nutshell. Basically after this picture of a guy lending his shoulder to a complete stranger on an NY subway went viral, it prompted another guy to do the same thing intentionally, to see who else would be as willing.The results are both hilarious and heart warming.