Category Archive: Luxury Travel Tips

NEWS: My Second Article is Featured on A Luxury Travel Blog!

NEWS: My Second Article is Featured on A Luxury Travel Blog ! I’m thrilled to announce that A Luxury Travel Blog has recently published my second article, entitled 5 Unique Luxury Resorts on Langkawi Island – Malaysia. Along with my article, five of my own photos were included, three of them used as feature photos …

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A Guide to Spirits (Alcohol not Ghosts)

distillery - photo by Dennis Burlingham on Flickr CC

A Guide to Spirits (Alcohol not Ghosts) I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I’m a cocktails girl. Always have been. I’ve just never acquired a taste for any beers or wines. Those yeasty, fermented brews do not entice my palate or mix well with my body chemistry. I prefer to leave yeasty …

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Budget Travelers Guide to Drinking Cocktails on the Road

Budget Travelers Guide to Drinking Cocktails on the Road   I’m a cocktails girl. Always have been. Somehow, I’ve just never acquired a taste for beer, nor wine for that matter. All those fermented and yeasty beverages just don’t sit well with my palate. Over the years, from the strong prodding of friends, acquaintances, colleagues …

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Luxury Travel Tips: The Best Rooftop Cocktail Bars Around SE Asia

Luxury Travel Tips: The Best Rooftop Cocktail Bars Around SE Asia I am most decidedly a cocktails girl. I’ve never acquired a taste for either beer or wine. If only beer or wine are available, I always prefer to go without. But cocktails, now that’s an entirely different story! I’ll gladly sip a sweet colorful …

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Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore: A Boutique Hotel Review

Wanderlust Hotel - Singapore - photo by Wanderlust

Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore: A Boutique Hotel Review I recently had the pleasure of staying in an exceptionally unique boutique hotel in Singapore. Wanderlust Hotel in Little India, is part of a collection of artistic boutique hotels. The theme for Wanderlust reads: “a left-field and totally experimental boutique hotel set to draw madcap voyagers and curious …

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NEWS: My Feature Article in Bali & Beyond Magazine

NEWS: My Feature Article in Bali & Beyond Magazine My second feature article for the stunning print magazine, Bali & Beyond, has just been published in their Sept. 2012 issue. Any guesses what I wrote about? It’s not my usual topic. Well, sort of… It does incorporate traveling. And it is set in Bali, Indonesia. …

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ADDING LUXURY TO MY TRAVELS: CAVE GROTTO SPA IN UBUD BALI

Lash- cave grotto spa- Ubud- Bali

ADDING LUXURY TO MY TRAVELS: CAVE GROTTO SPA IN UBUD BALI Sinking down into an enormous hot pool, in complete solitude, I was engulfed by glorious heat. Hot water seeped into my aching muscles that were screaming from yesterday’s extensive cycling. Soon heat invigorated skin tissue, soothed nerve endings and penetrated muscles. My face muscles …

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LUXURY TRAVEL TIPS: BEST ROOFTOP COCKTAIL BARS IN KUALA LUMPUR

luxury travel tips- Lash - blue margarita cocktail

LUXURY TRAVEL TIPS: BEST ROOFTOP COCKTAIL BARS IN KUALA LUMPUR I’m a cocktails girl. Always have been. Somehow, I’ve just never acquired a taste for beer, nor wine for that matter. All those fermented and yeasty beverages just don’t gel with my palate. Over the years, at the strong insistence of friends, acquaintances, colleagues and …

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HOTEL ALTERNATIVES – CASTLES, TREE HOUSES, PRISONS, TIME SHARES, CAVES

TRAVEL TIPS:  HOTEL ALTERNATIVES- CASTLES, TREE HOUSES, PRISONS, TIME SHARES, CAVES Last week I began my new travel tips series documenting all the different types of accommodation around the world, from free to budget to mid-range to luxury. Starting with great alternatives to standard luxury hotels and resorts, I discovered so many unique, interesting types …

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TRAVEL TIPS: UNIQUE HOTELS OF THE WORLD- pt 1

TRAVEL TIPS: UNIQUE HOTELS OF THE WORLD Recently I set out to write an informative article about all the different forms of accommodation around the world, from free to budget to mid-range to luxury. My list quickly swelled. I soon realized a much better approach was to write a series of shorter posts, each devoted …

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