Liz is in Greece for a well-deserved vacation. Here she is on Milos Island, a small, volcanic island located off the coast of the Greek mainland in the Aegean Sea. It is known as the “Island of Colors” for its colorful rock formations. It is also known as the “Island of Lovers” because it is where the world-renowned Venus de Milo statue depicting Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, was discovered. Visitors, like Liz, can explore its many diverse beaches, snorkel, sail, kayak, or windsurf before catching a breathtaking sunset near the Greco-Roman marble theater, one of the only ancient Greek theaters with an elevated view. Or, like Liz, you can just hang out on big rocks overlooking the sea! Ever since Liz was young, she has had a joke with her father about standing on the edge of a cliff and appearing rather precarious, but in reality being completely safe. This is her Greek version. Be careful, Liz!