After having spent a week on the windy and wavy side of Rhodes, we visited Lindos today.

It’s such a cute, little village but omg, the heat!!

These poor donkeys bring you up to the Akropolis. Thanks, but no thanks.

St. Paul’s Bay

As it was sooo unbearable hot in Lindos, we headed to St Paul’s Bay to cool down.

The bay is super pretty but it gets crowded very easily, so it’s a good idea to go there early to get a sunbed.

If you park at St Paul’s Bay, you can walk to Lindos in under 10 minutes. To go to the beach, just follow down the path down from the parking and you’ll arrive in just a few minutes :)

The path down to St. Paul’s Bay

Strolling through Piaţa Sfatului in Brasov’s Old Town

After we finally found a shelter for baby Rokiu (if you haven’t read the post about him: I’m talking about a puppy, not a baby human), we stopped for coffee in Brasov.

Brasov is around 30-40 mins from Bran Castle, so a perfect stop along the journey through Transilvania.

Brasov is known for its Gothic-stye Black Church and cafes. Make sure to walk through the the market square Piaţa Sfatului in the old town. It’s super pretty with its cobbled streets and surrounded by colorful baroque buildings.

The first stop of the Romania road trip was Peles Castle which is located within 2 hours by car from Bucharest. Make sure you arrive by early afternoon so that you can still enter the castle.

And now over to the cutest puppy ever..

While we were walking up to Peles Castle we heard some whining noises and suddenly cutiepie Rokiu (that’s how we called him later) showed up.

He was wet, freezing and trembling and wouldn’t stop crying. It was so heartbreaking that we wrapped him up in my scarf and took him with us. First of all, to visit the castle.. at the castle we only focused on the puppy anyway and decided to cut our castle visit short and instead get Rokiu into the warm trunk of the car and find some food and water for him. His ears were freezing and they looked a little sore so I knew we had to help him. I wondered, can cbd oil be put in ear? Perhaps that would help ease the pain a little and it would certainly help him relax. After some food and water and a lot of warmth, the little pup started to perk up a bit, thankfully!