More mooching around Mykonos old town reveals my all time favourite shop tucked down an alleyway and smothered in postcards and paintings.
Every square inch of this little souvenir shop is covered in paintings and postcards of this picturesque island. All azure seas and blue domes.
I’m a bit obsessed and have to be bodily dragged away by the husband . . . .
Heading down another tiny alleyway we’re suddenly confronted with a rocky drop and the sea!
Behind us you can see the line of famous windmills, one of the iconic sights of the island.
We also get an alternative view of the bustling little quarter known as Little Venice where restaurants hover just feet away from the lapping sea water.
You can just about make out one of the hulking great big cruise ships that flood this tiny town with 1000s of visitors each day.
Back to wandering the seemingly endless, maze like streets, throw up yet more lovely details.
More traditional gifts such as olive oil soaps and woven bags all tempt the tourists.
For such a small place, the Hora sure has a lot to investigate. So watch this space!