Lovely, sunny and ... white!
Snowy Psiloritis Mountains or Dikti Mountains in Crete.
"Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy, Healthy, Festive Season and continued success in the New Year!
The Superb Travel Team
Friends are asking us when is the best time to travel to Crete.
This is obviously a very dificult question but let's reply in May ...
May is perfect since this is not too hot as in July & August, there is plenty of sunshine, rising sea temperatures, the Cretan nature is just amazing and you will explore the greenest aspect of island.
May is the perfect month for couples and families with pre-school children to escape the crowds and enjoy the quiet beaches and beautiful landscapes of...
The holidays are some of the busiest and most stressful times of the year for many people.
In this chaotic time of travel, family gatherings, holiday parties, gift shopping and wrapping, and more … I’d like to offer a simple practice.
This is a mindfulness practice to bring presence and relieve stress, and allow you to be with your loved ones (and yourself) in a more loving way.
Here’s the practice:
- Let go of everything you need to worry about, and just drop into the present...
Dear guests & friends,
The festive period is traditionally a wonderful time to spend relaxing at home with your nearest and dearest by the open fire... and maybe dreaming of next Summer!
Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas and adventure-filled New Year!
Your Superb Travel team
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We’ve been telling people this for years – now finally there’s some science to back us up.
Recent psychological research from Cornell University in New York has confirmed that the key to happiness is through experiences rather than things. The two decade study is led by Dr Thomas Gilovich, who says that one of the key underlying differences between our value of experiences and objects is adaptation. “We buy things to make us happy, and we succeed. But only for a while. New things are...