Category: Travel Resources

Sayulita Siren Song

I’ve been singing the praises of Sayulita, Mexico for years now.  There is something simply magical about this sleepy little village – a vibe, an energy, a kindred spirit, that swept me up on sight.  My family and I consider…

Sleek New Riverboats Sail the Amazon

Imagine discovering places only a fortunate few have ever visited,  traveling deep into the mystical Amazon rainforest, exploring the unexplored, while floating in luxury on board your own private five star home. Imagine that – together with impeccable service, adventure…

Walking the (High) Line

The High Line is a public park built on an historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. It is owned by the City of New York, and maintained and operated by Friends of the High…

T+L Coolest Hotel Bathtubs

Travel + Leisure has just released their list of “coolest hotel bathtubs”.  Among the list, Bambu Indah in Bali, a very special, unusual property just outside of Ubud, where Stu and I have stayed.  Every beautiful detail of Bambu Indah…

Shady Pines Saloon – Sydney

Best kept secret in Sydney – Shady Pines Saloon in Darlinghurst. Visited Shady Pines Saloon as part of a cool urban pub crawl organized by a friend. What a hoot! Don’t let the stuffed animal heads put you off, this…

Recommended Roof Top Bars in London

I think rooftop bars are one of the all-time greatest things in the world. Here’s Conde Nast Traveller’s top choices for enjoying a cocktail while overlooking London. Cheers, sweetie!           Rooftop bars in London London Vista…

The Hip Side of Beijing

Make no mistake, Beijing has an edgy, cool and contemporary vibe, hidden just under the surface of the government-run tour packages.  You just have to dig a little.  But per the divine Craig Barbour, a good friend who lived in…