So I’m doing some research on generations, their characteristics, and their use of technology for a work project, and I came across an interesting illustration of the Baby Boomer v. Gen X dynamic.
Arrived in Mykonos a couple of days ago. I’d be more specific but unemployment + vacation = having no idea what day of the week it is, which is quite nice I must say. I went on a tour, which confirmed my opinion that it’s no Santorini.
So after climbing the steps in Santorini, I thought it would be a good idea to go out on the town. And it was — though probably not until 5:30 a.m. (No photos of the evening will ever see the light of day.)
After some very planned days, today I decided to relax and sit out by our pool, read, and take in the scenery without climbing on and off of a tour bus. Some friends and I ended up heading to what is now my favorite spot in Santorini — the Ammoudi port to watch the fishing
Travelling with a large group of ladies (and a handful of men). I can’t believe how late some of the others can stay out. 4 am every night? I was in bed by midnight and I still haven’t gotten over the jet lag.
It’s amazing that I’m actually going to make my flight to Athens. First, I missed my flight due to Dallas traffic. Then, I got put on the direct flight to London, and it left 2 hours late. But I made it and now just one flight to go. I’m tired and I smell, but since