Hi sezlou!I go with my daughter who is fifteen and we are usually on a bit of a budget and find that we seem to blow a lot of our money on going for a lovely breakfast every morning, so we decided that we would have breakfast on the terrace, so I take some of those little bags of cereal, if you take them out of the boxes they dont take up much space, so she is quite happy with them and I am more than happy with some of the fresh bread you can buy from the supermarkets for cents and some butter and jam!
I also slip in a couple of packets of Pasta in Sauce which you can microwave and slip in a suitcase easy!
A must is tea bags for that early morning cuppa and I also take a couple of packs of choccie digestives/twix's to keep in the fridge as they are nice with a cup of tea after a laze tound the pool. I also take somethings to put in sarnies for lunchtime, the bread is to die for over there, and I am happy with just some of that and some tomatoes, but I like to take some little packs of pate, and maybe some packs of Philadelphia so you can make a huge pate, tomato butty for lunch! Drrooooooooooools! I dont mind budgeting during the day, cos then you can splash out on an evening!
The best thing about some of the places in Sidari are that they have "book swap" librarys, so you can read your book, then take it and swap it for another one, which I find helps me save on buying magazines which are quite expensive! Dont knock the cheap wine in the big plastic bottles neither, Im not a wine buff at all, but it hit the right places with me!
Have a fab holiday!