Alright, guys, it’s been a while. Spring break is swiftly approaching here in Greece and that means midterms and mid-semester projects. On top of that, Caitlin came to visit me for a week and a half before she left to go back home for good (sob), so blogging kind of got put on the back burner. Caitlin left Monday and I took my last test yesterday, so I’m back in the grind.
Last Saturday we went to Meteora. It was BREATHTAKING.
Honestly, it was one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. We were trying to save money, so instead of taking a comfortable cab ride, we decided to hike from a town at the base of the mountain. Poor decision, trust me.
Thankfully we made it. I really wasn’t sure I would for a while. It was like a baby version of Mt. Olympus but I was overdressed and wearing heeled boots. I wanted to die.
It was a long day but definitely worth it. We spent most of it traveling, but I definitely think Meteora is a must-see if you’re visiting northern Greece.
Having Caitlin here meant we ate out A LOT. And, to be honest, I didn’t feel like bothering with trying to experiment with my cooking. I will definitely be making up for the two last Saturdays I missed. I started Keto a few days ago so I’m excited to start creating fun keto-friendly meals. I’ve been eating the same thing every day just to make sure I’m eating the right things, but I know I’m going to get bored of having no variety soon. Last night I did try to make zucchini noodles for the first time. It was actually pretty damn good. Not pasta, obviously, but not bad at all.
I haven’t been doing much recently other than focusing on school, so that’s about it for now. Spring break is next week, hopefully I’ll get out of my room a few days out of the next month (I don’t have to worry about school again until May!). I’ll let you know how my diet is going later, I’m feeling pretty laggy right now, but I’ve read that that’s normal for a few days in.