This “trip” is part of our adventure around the world. If you would like to see how it all started or where else we’ve been, start here.

Okay, so when I was planning this trip arond the world, it was much more organized. I guess I forgot to factor in the possibilty of typhoons and babies (although I knew he was coming). This dadte was scheduled for September, and then postponed due to a typhoon and then again for Ronin's birth.
It has also taken me a couple weeks to finally write about it.
Our trip to Greece consisted of a night in with a two week old baby and a two year old. It wasn't any sort of thrill seeker, but it was certainly some quality time that was much needed.
We started the night with some of these Grilled Chicken Pita Sandwiches.
A recipe I found on Pinterest.
I followed the recipe to a T and as you can see mine do not look nearly as delicious as the professional photo. They didn't taste very delicious either, but that's okay.. at least they were "Greek!"
We also indulged in some Stacy's pita chips, because pita chips are Greek right??
And then we topped it off with some delicious Greek yogurt. By far my favorite part of the night.
P.S. This brand of GY is delicious.. the only brand I like =)

And lastly, We all snuggled on the couch and popped in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, which neither of us had seen before. Good Movie!

So yes, Greece was a little lame, but I had fun hanging out with my little family and Mikael had fun laughing atmy lame attempts to create a Greek theme. All in all, it was worth it.
October's date is planned for this weekend and takes us to Germany. So cross your fingers that it actually happens and stay tuned for all the details!



  1. Greece ~ Aw..I miss Greece. I absolutely loved being in Greece.
    I like your "lame" attempt at a Greek themed evening! Love that movie :)


  2. Thank you for stopping by! I love meeting new military spouse bloggers. I'm your newest follower.

  3. Newest follower here! I found you through the Friday link up! Cute blog, I can’t wait to read more!

  4. Greece, a worthwhile destination. I hope you get to go there on an actual airplane someday!
    Following you back from the weekend blog hop!
    Looking forward to getting to know you!

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  5. Greece is on my bucket list! Looks like you had lots of fun on your destiantion night :)
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. *Your newest follower*

  6. That is such a fun idea! If you want some really, really good food to go along with your destinations, I hope you included India or some other Southeast Asian countries--I'm not a huge fan of European food myself. The rest of the continent is pretty cool, though! :)

    1. We live in Japan so there are no asian countries on the list since there is so much here, we eat some sort of Asian fare almost daily! Lots of Europe, and South America and Africa... The South Pole is even in there, I can't wait for that one!!!