One of the awesome things about visiting popular tourist places (like Santorini) during off-peak season is that you can enjoy the place without having to deal with crowds. But, on less popular islands like Paros, the entire island shuts down after September. Literally, nobody is there, no shops or restaurants are open, and it was rare for me to see more than 10 people roaming the streets. It was a GHOST TOWN! 😭
To be honest, I’m not a big fan of crowds, but having nobody around and having nothing open sucks way more. So here’s a travel tip: visit the Greek islands from June to September. This is the prime time when the islands are buzzing with activity! The weather will be nice and warm too.
But hey, at least I got to snap this photo and didn’t have to worry about having anybody in the picture. #thinkpositive 💡
Do you prefer visiting places when it’s peak season, or prefer when it’s quieter?
Wine with a view in heaven! I couldn’t ask for more. What an experience was to be one of the first guests to stay @havenresorts in Cancún, México. This resort is built right in front of the ocean, so from almost every angle of it, you can enjoy the view of the sea. This is the perfect resort for sea, pool and wellness lovers. There are two big pools with DJs and bars. I also love that my room had its own swim out pool. And let me don’t even get started on the unique services and treatments offered in the spa. Stay tuned for the full review. #havenishere
Each region of the Tunisia specializes in a certain handicraft trade. Nabeul and Djerba are famous for their hand-made ceramics, decorated by hand, using rich colors and traditional motifs inspired by Islamic tradition.