I have a feature in the June/July issue of Excelente, Iberia Airline’s beautifully designed in-flight magazine. It’s kind of a trip seeing my writing in English and Spanish, side by side! I’m also on the Contributors page, talking about my earliest seaside memory, from my childhood in Saudi Arabia: I […]
I just can’t get enough of Bree Street — I’ve written about the neighborhood’s renaissance before, but every time you try to write about it, a new restaurant opens up. I rounded up a few hot new favorites — Culture Club Cheese, Bacon on Bree, Door 221, and Inside and […]
Are writers allowed to play favorites with their articles? If my Hyderabad story for the New York Times earlier this year is my favorite child, my latest story might rank second. Last summer I spent 10 days road-tripping through the Baltics, a journey that was largely inspired by one random […]
My first contribution to the New York Times’ popular 36 Hours series is out in this weekend’s paper: 36 Hours in Vilnius, Lithuania, accompanied by a really cool video. I loved the architecture and quirky vibe of the city, and it’s definitely worth a quick weekend visit. Read my story […]
A bit of frosty weather never stopped an avowed food aficionado, right? With that in mind, Capetonian restaurateurs are offering insane winter specials this season, compelling locals to bundle up and feast the cold months away. I rounded up some of the best deals for Travel + Leisure.
For my first Architectural Digest story, I interviewed celebrated British architect Thomas Heatherwick when he was in Cape Town last month. He’s the mind behind the design of one of Africa’s most ambitious architectural projects at the moment: the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, which is scheduled to be […]
Flying Mango this month? Then look out for my face peeking back at you in the in-flight magazine. Travel writer Sarah Duff was kind enough to spotlight me as Blog of the Month in her column. Check it out here – or if you happen to see it in the […]