People often think you need lots of money to be able to travel or if you’re on a tight budget, it will take away from having that travel experience. We think like that because our timelines is constantly hit with a barrage of pictures from friends travelling the world and it’s hard not to be envious.
Paternoster is exactly how many who’ve been there described it. It’s a little piece of Greece with whitewashed cottages, exquisite shorelines, charming restaurants and home to local fishermen; giving the entire village a romantic air of nostalgia.
All towns aren’t the same. They different in history, characteristics, religion, faith, people and food. Especially, the food; always viciously searching for relatively unknown attractions, eateries and stories. Yet somehow Vredenburg gave me none of that. None at all.
Road trips were a trend of the past to most when hopping onto a flight became more easier, quicker and accessible but personally, road tripping is my favourite form of travel, and I think that the world needs to embrace the beauty of going off the beaten path and finding the well-kept secrets around them.