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Intoxicating Jaipur- India

Traveling to India for me is always a true spiritual experience because of the sights, smells and colors. No city in India captures these unique senses more than Jaipur. Jaipur is called the pink city because of its beauty and its location in the province of Rajasthan. I was fortunate to stay at the beautiful Oberoi Rajvilas. A stunning hotel …

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Lantau Island- Hong Kong

Lantau Island is the largest of the islands in Hong Kong. What I adore about his Island that sets it apart from other areas of Hong Kong is the giant Tian Tan Bronze Buddha that sits on top of the peak. This bronze Buddha measures 112 feet tall and you have to climb 268 steps to reach it. Unlike other …

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Fancy Food & Beverage Truck- Peninsula Tokyo

I was in Tokyo when I came across the Food Truck at the Peninsula hotel. It is beyond adorable! The Peninsula food truck is unique for an upscale hotel property. The truck serves beverages & snacks and is parked at the back door entrance to the hotel. Seating is provided on a beautiful tree lined street filled with upscale stores. …

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Mesmerizing Hong Kong …

I just returned from business travel to Asia and Hong Kong has to be one of my favorite cities in the world! You might ask why? The reason being that Hong Kong is truly a crossroads of culture, cuisine, language, art and commerce. Whether you are in Central for business, Kowloon for shopping, Lantau Island to see the Giant Buddha …

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Travel Nigeria

NIGERIA- An inside prospective

My client John Verini writes the most enthralling articles for National Geographic. I am taken aback by his courage to visit some of the most charged places in the world. This article on Nigeria shows a prospective rarely mentioned in the press. When traveling one encounters so many different facets of a country. Some are positive and others are negative, …

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Democratic Republic of Congo- OPEN WOUNDS

My client Jon Verini has written an amazing article for National Geographic Magazine on the Democratic Republic of Congo. In this riveting article he explores a part of the world that is embroiled in constant conflict, strife and unbearable living circumstances. He deals in depth with families separated, detained or just forgotten by bloodshed. I usually write about “lighter” subjects …

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L’AVENUE – Paris

I am far from a lady who lunches because usually I am eating at my office in a particular city or traveling for business but when in Paris I like to pretend that I am leading a life of leisure for a few hours and have lunch at L’AVENUE. Right on the Avenue Montaigne it is fun for people watching …

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San Clemente Hotel & Resort – Venice

I was first hesitant to be stay on an island overlooking Venice as I wanted to stay in Venice proper to catch all the sights. The San Clemente Palace turned out to be a dream! The Island founded in 1131 overlooking the city of Venice with Lido in the background is stunning. San Clemente Island served as a staging point …

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Travel Bird In The Amazon

Birding in the Amazon …

I was never a naturalist until the day I met Jonathan Rossouw. Jonathan has such a passion for birding, photography and the outdoors that his enthusiasm is spellbinding and infectious! From Jonathan I learned about the different variety of birds and the beauty they possess. I met Jonathon when I was on an expedition he led in the South Pacific. …

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How to avoid visa woes …

I was contacted by Randy Hecht a journalist from The Boston Globe to share my insight in reference to visa processing and the issues travelers can face. It seems to be simple to just apply for a travel visa but there are many factors to consider which the article explores. Read full article here.

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