We Heart Santorini


Santorini is one of the most beautiful places in the whole planet for its rare natural beauty that every traveller should see once in a lifetime.

⇒   Santorini’s official name is actually Thira. It’s a gifted and small Greek island

⇒   The active volcano of Santorini erupted in the 1950’s and ruined many of the towns of Island

⇒   The island sits in the water-filled caldera of a massive volcano that is thought to have ended Minoan civilisation on Crete.

⇒   Before it was called Santorini, the island was known as Kallístē, meaning “the most beautiful one.”

⇒   Due to its volcanic past, Santorini has white, black, AND red beaches.

⇒    Despite a harsh, dry climate, Santorini has a flourishing wine industry.

We have always wanted to visit Santorini for years, became obsessed with the idea of visiting Santorini after seeing so many pictures on Instagram and other social media. We knew it was going to be ridiculously expensive, but we were determined to visit there on a budget and managed to find a fantastic deal!

Finally, we made a stop on one of our bucket list destination in Santorini, Greece. There is no other word to describe this place other than magical.

Imergrovigli is the quietest town along the caldera and has the island’s best sunset views and everything else! It is a perfect spot for taking pictures and it is so romantic. It is not far from the town, Firostephanie and Fira, about a 15-20 minutes walk.

We stayed Zenith Blue Hotel in a family cave suite with Panoramic Caldera and Volcano views private terrace, this was a tremendous view. The room was great and the breakfast was included but it wasn’t as great as we hoped. This was overall an amazing location, one of the best views on the entire island.

We wanted to explore this area in Imergrovigli and find out what’s out there. It was very peaceful to walk around with lots of hidden gem along the path and there were no tourists at all!

However, there’s one place you must visit – Skaros Rock. A place to enjoy the silence, nature and the wonderful view we doubt you’ve seen before. This probably had one of the best sunsets in town.

La Maison Resturant is a Greek fusion cuisine, it’s a gem with amazing foods and friendly service. It’s great spot overlooking the cliff and sunset. To be honest, the price was quite expensive, we had two meals and drink costing approximately 60 euros, we think it is worth it if you want to experience Greek foods. Also, they offer a free mini starter and cute dessert

We’re pleased to be a brand ambassador for Maureen Ayite, Nanawax from Africa. Nanawax is the ready to wear brand and they’ve got a beautiful collection which is African print with a modern twist, which we LOVE!. We’re wearing a very colourful and gorgeous print top with the wrap belt, that you can wear in two ways, off the shoulder and v-neck. We admire Maureen because she supports deaf community and knows the sign language.

Stay tuned for Oia and Fira!




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Good morning, guess where we are at the moment? Santorini, we’re still in awe at how beautiful it is. The pictures will be up soon.

The best things about being women are the sisterhood. We enjoy dressing up every single day, giving life, own the feelings, relationships with other women, inspire and empower women.

 We found the lovely blogger from ‘My Bantu Diary‘ who wanted to share about us as “Being Her” who understands us well.

“BEING HER is the bet taken by two young women to highlight their sisterhood through colourful images and acidulated texts that I have been enjoying for a few days. I wanted to share with you this lovely discovery which has the advantage of also giving me some inspirations to improve my blog and make the sharing both vibrant and vibrant.

Beyond the aesthetic aspect of their shots that you can discover Being Her, I was especially sensitive to their complicity, their naturalness which makes them even more beautiful and especially this subtle poetry that shines through their style.

Hermon and Heroda remind me of the importance of strong ties between sisters. For me who has two, I do not always measure enough the chance I have of having them. And yet, they are extraordinary women.

They are the mirror in which I can look at myself without shame or envy. Not because I am without defect, but because they will always act with love, sincerity and benevolence, without ever using condescension or defiance towards me. The sisters are the friends we need, those who do not betray or jealous. They are our best allies, those who will stand up for you, those who will fight for you when your strength will let you go.

The sisters are our guardian angels, those who watch over us and protect our backs, making our interests prevail sometimes to the detriment of theirs in the name of love alone.

To you who have sisters, I hope this article and these pictures will speak to you. Cherish your sisters, they are a part of you as much as you are a part of them”

We are so lucky to have each other.

Enjoy the post!

Hermon’s wearing:

Zara Military Blazer (similar here) | Bershka jeans (similar here) | Miss Selfridges tops | River island sandals (old) | Sienna Alexander Sunglasses

Heroda’s wearing:

Zara dress (similar here) | Zara off shoulder crop top | H&M flare trouser (old) | Public Desire boots (old) | Sandro bucket bag (similar here) | Ray Ban Sunglasses