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Masala Library- Innovative Indian Fare- New Delhi, India

I love to explore and discover new dining venues when I am traveling overseas. I had the pleasure of eating at the Masala Library in New Delhi on my most recent trip to India. Jiggs Karla a leader in Indian cuisine and author of 11 books on the subject is behind this dinning venue making it very special. Masala Library …

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Lodi Gardens- New Delhi

I am enamored by gardens in general, especially in a large metropolitan cities. It gives the citizens and visitors a place to relax, detox and reflect. On a recent trip to New Delhi, India I was fortunate to spend some time in the Lodi Gardens. The beautiful Lodi garden consists of 90acres in the heart of New Delhi that truly …

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Barahi Jungle Lodge- Nepal

The Barahi Jungle Lodge is a luxury eco-Lodge facing the Chitwan National Park in Nepal. Consisting of 34 guest villas, a spa, infinity pool and activities including elephant watching and interaction, jeep & boat safaris and naturalist talks.  The villas are luxurious in a natural way in keeping with the eco theme. All the items in the rooms are made …

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Dwarika’s House-Kathmandu Nepal

Kathmandu is a city of bustling contrast. Millions of people moving, constant traffic and historic temples and sights.   When one enters the doors of Dwarika’s House one is transfixed by the garden filled with fruit trees, shrines,  a stunning tiled pool and the outdoor dining spaces.   A true oasis in this hectic metropolitan city of Kathmandu. The style is …

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The Tea House at Zhiwa Ling- Bhutan

I am enamored with tea as it calms and comforts me. While in Bhutan I had the pleasure of sipping my tea at the tea house at Zhiwa Ling.  The tea house is set on a hill in a separate cottage on the peaceful grounds next to the meditation room and greenhouse with a clear view of the mountains. The …

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Taktsang Monastery-Tigers Nest Bhutan

My dream has always been to travel to Bhutan. For some reason Bhutan has held a special place in my heart. I recently had the opportunity to travel to Bhutan with Abercrombie & Kent and all that I imagined came to reality and more.  This Buddhist kingdom in the eastern Himalayas is a jewel! With untouched mountain peaks, rivers fed …

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My in flight skincare routine on long haul flights

I just finished a 20 hour long haul flight to Asia. Traveling often on flights over 10 hours has taught me to combat the dry air on most international flights with my in flight skin care routine.   I have lots of time so why not hydrate my skin with natural products and use my many hours of flight time …

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Packing for multiple destinations & climates!

I am getting ready to travel to multiple countries at various altitudes and climates. What to pack? I am facing temperatures from 32 degrees to 95 degrees Fahrenheit so I am in a predicament! It is hard enough to pack for one country but multiple can be daunting. I have learned over 25 years of business travel to take the …

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The revamped Watergate Hotel

When I think of the iconic Watergate Hotel I think of the Watergate break-ins, politics and intrigue. After a lengthy closure, new ownership and renovation the Watergate Hotel is back! The newly designed hotel by master Israeli industrial designer & architect Ron Arad gives the property a very modern and glamourous feel. Custom made furniture throughout, interesting wall treatments and …

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Riveting Monserrate- Bogota, Colombia

One of the places that left a deep impression on me when I visited Bogota Colombia was Monserrate. A mountain that dominates the Skyline of Bogota sitting at 10, 341 feet above sea level with breathtaking view across the city. To get to Monserrate you can either take a cable car or hike to the top of the mountain as …

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