The little seas side town of Paralia, Greece was a pleasure to visit. Cafes lined the beach and sidewalks. Touristy shops selling trinkets and clothes were plentiful. But the most eye catching thing I saw was this car!
The exterior was less decadent than the interior.
I think one might need a bath or cleansing ritual to ride in that bling mobile!
A less assuming vehicle with more curb appeal in my opinion is the cute little Fica turned convertible. This rolling reklama (commercial) is evidence how popular Serbian visitors are in this town.
Traveling in a Serbian pack, I shocked a few people there. I would speak partially in Serbian but mostly in English to my travel buddy. More than once I was asked why I was speaking English. The border crossings were a bit amusing too. The only U.S. Passports in a bus of Serbs was an oddity. Though, most border guards acted like it was natural.
Speaking of Border crossings… I love seeing all the different flags! The Serbian one:
The Macedonian one:
The Greek flags colors are my favorite. I love blue and white.
End rabbit trail. OK, back to the Paralia pics.
I prefer the natural beauty of an every day occurrence. The serenity of sunrise is never less then Blissful.
Mornings stillness and lack of distraction is just what this girl loves.
Simplicity in the quiet morning hours without the noise and excitement of the rest of the world. It is like having the town to yourself.
Mount Olympus peeks from behind the sleepy hotels. not creature stirs on the beach.
The sea side church watches over the town.
The Church is very impressive. The steps are marble. I would be afraid of them in the rain. Very slippery.
I love the reflection of the church next door in the cafe windows.
Have a great weekend!