Category: greece

What You Could Get in Kalabaka for $10 – What’s More Than Meteora In This Small Town

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Time has passed so fast that we’re now already in mid-January. You know what that means? It’s only a month to go until my 30th birthday. I’m so getting ready to bid farewell to my 20s, but it’s not the case because we’re now back to the $10 series.

So, after we once talked about how you could spend your $10 in Athens, right now we’re going to some other place in Greece. And in this opportunity, I’m lucky to reconnect with Lindsay of Carpe Diem My Way as she volunteered to cover the town of Kalabaka in the country.

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Kefalonia Travel Guide

Kefalonia, otherwise known as Cephalonia, is the biggest Ionian Island. It is well known for its natural beauty and idyllic atmosphere. If this sounds good to you then read on to discover all you need to know about the island.

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What You Could Get In Athens For $10 – 5 Things to Do for Less than 10 Dollar in the Land of Gods and Goddess

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Say, when we start to get in a conversation about god and goddess, what country would come across to your mind? Well, obviously, it’s the country where the Olympics were born: Greece.

And yes, after a few months ago we covered the infamous Greek beauty brand Korres, it’s time for us to cover the capital city in our very own series What You Could Get In The City For $10!

I mean, there are so many things about Greece that you’re probably familiar with. Like I mentioned, it’s probably something to do with Greek mythology. Maybe the Olympics, or yeah… For those who are probably more into pop culture, you probably watch Mamma Mia some time in your life.

And now, thanks to Valentini from My Shoes Abroad, who took some time to write this piece to recommend things you could do with $10 USD in Athens!

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