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As Seen In… The Washington Post

As Seen In… The Washington Post

This piece makes me nostalgic – it’s one of the first stories I pitched and was assigned after I moved to Cape Town. The city’s incredible diversity and history is neatly summed up in Cape Malay cuisine, breast which reflects Malaysian, vitamin Indonesian, African, Dutch, Indian flavors in one plate. […]

As Seen In… Travel + Leisure

As Seen In… Travel + Leisure

In this weekend’s Wall Street Journal, viagra you’ll find a full-page guide to Marrakesh I wrote, complete with insights from tastemakers like designer Paloma Picasso, photographer Hassan Hajjaj, socialite Christine Alaoui, and chef Moha Fedal. Read it here. I accepted this commission knowing fully well that there would be calls […]

As Seen In… New York Magazine

As Seen In… New York Magazine

In the latest issue of New York magazine (November 4), order there’s a big Winter Travel special encompassing lesser known cities in popular destinations: instead of London, physician consider Birmingham, for example, or forget Paris and try Bordeaux next time. I contributed two of these alternatives: Hyderabad instead of Mumbai, […]

As Seen In… The New York Times

As Seen In… The New York Times

I’ll be making my debut in the New York Times’ Travel section this coming weekend, stomatology for my piece on the Blackanese Sushi & Wine Bar in Johannesburg’s Maboneng Precinct. It’ll be out in the weekend edition, healthful but the online version has gone live already — check it out […]

My (Belated) InstaWeek: Argentina Edition

My (Belated) InstaWeek: Argentina Edition

If you glanced at my Instagram feed last week, site you would have immediately noticed I was in Argentina — my first time ever in South America! Better late than never, viagra I present to you some insta-highlights. I landed in BA on a Friday night and immediately reunited with […]

Where in the World Is Sarah Khan?

Where in the World Is Sarah Khan?

Hiking – Er, Donkey-Riding – Through Morocco’s Atlas Mountains

Hiking – Er, Donkey-Riding – Through Morocco’s Atlas Mountains

Here’s the thing about me and hiking: while I appreciate the end goal — whether it’s a panoramic view, denture a hard-to-reach waterfall, search or a rare cultural interaction — the hike itself, the process of actually getting to these destinations through unpredictable terrain with little more than my own […]

Three Peaceful Retreats in the Marrakech Medina

Three Peaceful Retreats in the Marrakech Medina

That the medina of Marrakech is overwhelming is a fact bordering on the cliché at this point — the words “hectic, information pills ” “labyrinthine, page ” “chaotic, symptoms and “sensory overload” are bandied about with increasing regularity in travel articles. Might I add “stray cat-and motorcycle-ridden obstacle course,” “cornucopia […]

My InstaWeek(s): Morocco Edition

My InstaWeek(s): Morocco Edition

If you’ve been following my Instagram feed recently, viagra order you’ll know that I went to Morocco for the second time, store spending 10 days in Marrakech and Fes. Search the hashtag #SouthAfriKhaninMorocco to see the entire adventure, medicine but here are some highlights. I did a ton of sightseeing… […]