THE TRUTH ABOUT TRAVEL 👇 What you won’t see in the glamorous Instagram posts is how stressful planning travel can be. Yes, the photos and videos of that Jamaican resort are lovely, and you can fantasize about staying there. But turning your blissful daydream into a reality is a LOT of work.
🔎The Research - Hello, Google Rabbit hole, and hours and hours are spent trying to find the right information to get your trip booked.
💻 Booking the trip - You have 17 tabs open on your computer. Is this the right resort? How will you get from the airport to the hotel? Do you need to pre-book your tours and excursions?
✈️ The little details - You want it to come together seamlessly, but it’s just so much work, and keeping track of everything isn’t easy, how do you know you haven’t forgotten something important?
What you ACTUALLY want is to show up to the airport knowing your trip has been expertly planned and coordinated just for you
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Sharon helped me find the perfect place in Jamaica for my destination wedding. She told me this is one resort she hasn't been to but did a lot of research and even WENT to Jamaica negril to video call and send me pictures of the resort ! How many travel agents will do that?! She answers the phone even when it wasn't business hours. No need to second guess. 1 Love Cultural Tours & travel is thee best.
Mykonos (Pictures 1-4)
OMG Mykonos felt like a fictious island. Everything was just so luxurious, I loved it, it almost did not feel real. The views and people were so welcoming. You could tell Petasos was a luxury resort, it looked and felt luxurious. Very welcoming staff. Only hiccup was when checking out, I asked about the ferry tickets and they told me to pick them up at the port. At the Mykonos port we received our ferry tickets to Naxos but when we got to Porto Naxos, Petasos called and said they forgot to give us our ferry tickets to Santorini and Athens. They sent the tickets on the next ferry, not a big deal and it was resolved. We took a bus from the airport to the main bus station and from there we took a bus to our part of town and it stopped right in front of our hotel.
Naxos (Pictures 5-9)
Naxos was personally my favorite, it was just so beautiful and we walked EVERYWHERE. Everything was just so accessible. It felt so down to earth, like it was the most peaceful place ever. Porto Naxos was welcoming, across the street is a grocery store, which was major convenient and we walked to the Port ofNaxos and past it to the Portara which is also known as the Temple of Apollo. Amazing place, and one of the less frequented islands, so less crowds and tourists.
Santorini (Pictures 10-14)
Santorini was beautiful, very crowded but beautiful. That’s why I choose a hotel in Akrotiri as opposed to Fira or Oia. If you have travelers that want to be away from the crowds I would recommend Akrotiri. We took a bus to Fira (1.80 euros, 20 minutes) just to see the 3 Bells of Fira and the hour and a half we were there it was so overwhelming so I am very glad we stayed outside of Fira. Hotel Goulielmos was a small hotel but was great, an amazing view of the ocean and sunset/sunrise. Had the option of having breakfast in the room or in the restaurant. We had breakfast on our terrace both mornings because the view was so beautiful. The bus stop was across the street that took you to Fira as well as to the Red Beach but he village of Akrotiri is a 5-minute walk where there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. I recommend Zafora, food was amazing and inexpensive.
Athens (Pictures 15-17)
Not much to really say about Athens we only stayed for a night. We did end up seeing the Parthenon which beautiful to see in person. Outside of that, it was pretty much like any metropolitan city.