Since I was a little girl, I was infatuated by cats... they are so beautiful, cute, delicate, smart, elegant, agile, creative, intuitive and I have come to believe that they are one of the animals that are most in touch with the divine. So, every time we would take a vacation, I’d gather cat post cards from that place, and scribble the date and place.
Since iPhones happened, the post cards became albums of photos of cats from all over the world, and more often, from the islands and cities of Greece. Throughout the passing of years, it’s been a pleasure to notice that people have become much more loving and respectful towards cats.
Here, in Plaka, these little ones are well taken care off! Plates of food and water everywhere, they are spaded and neutered, and they are so loving and happy, they’ll just run to you to get and give some affection 🐾 🐈
Here’s a little visual taste from Athens. I love this city’s chaos including all of the motorcycle drivers who almost hit me while I was exploring. Athens is no chill, it’s huuuugggeeee, and there is a endless amount of interesting things to see on every block. I’m really excited that @storror is making a video there so I can be taken back vicariously through the footage.
As ruínas da Acrópole de Atenas, patrimônio mundial da UNESCO, e principal cartão postal da cidade, tem mais de dois mil anos de história, e é daqueles lugares aos quais você tem que ir pelo menos uma vez na vida.
Atenas, além de ser uma das cidades mais antigas do mundo, e considerada até hoje como o berço da civilização ocidental e da democracia, ostenta, paradoxalmente, um ar jovem, sendo repleta de restaurantes, bares e cafés modernos, sempre cheios e animados.
Atenas é uma cidade surpreendente e merece bem mais que uma conexão a caminho das ilhas.