In September, Scott and I visited the stunning, Greek island of Santorini.
I had high expectations. It has to be one of the most photographed locations out there. The brightly-coloured rooftops and white-washed walls are instantly recogniseable. The cobbled, uneven streets, whilst difficult to navigate, give this place a unique feel. With breathtaking views being revealed around every corner.
Scott and I stayed outside of the main towns, in a small, boutique hotel set high up on the cliff side. Although still overlooked by occasional passers by, it felt far more private and secluded than some of the other places we spotted around the island.
Despite being out of town, the main attractions of Fira, Imerovigli and the stunning Oia, were still only a short taxi journey away.
So, with the briefest of waffles out of the way, (This is my idea of a short into) all that's left to do is to leave you with far more photographs than any blog post should really have.