Time and time again, I come upon this Greek house on Marie Claire Maison, and fall in love with the rustic simplicity of it all over again. It's bare bones way of living makes for such a more interesting and quality vacation (although many would probably disagree with me on this). It gives the feeling of camping, by the ocean, with the house solely providing shelter and it's patrons providing the color. The translation I received from Babel Fish wasn't too good, but the one phrase I did get which summed it up completely, was that being here is "to live as much outside as inside". Sign. Me. Up.