I spent a few days running all over Mumbai with my family earlier this year, and I narrowed down the highlights into this quick-and-dirty guide to spending 36 Hours in the city locals still insist on calling Bombay. Read it in this weekend’s New York Times.
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Another week, no rx another Cape Town guide – this one for UK lifestyle site Amuse. Check out that gorgeous picture of Table Mountain! Read it here.
I know, I know: How many guides to Cape Town can one person possibly write? This one for Travel + Leisure is one of the most comprehensive, though, a searchable collection of the best hotels, restaurants, bars, activities, and more. It also comes in app form so you can have it […]
My Cape Town insider’s guide — featuring tips on what to see/do/eat from GMs at some of the city’s top hotels — is the cover story for this month’s Virtuoso Life. Read it here.
After writing for Vogue India for years, I finally have my first story for the US edition of Vogue this month! I reported on Jalakara, a stylish new boutique hotel in India’s Andaman islands. Read it below.
In this weekend’s New York Times: my review of AthensWas, an ultra-modern new boutique hotel in the heart of the historic Plaka district. Definitely worth staying in if you’re in the city. Read more here.
I wish this piece had come out last week when I was actually in Hyderabad, but that’s OK. In this weekend’s New York Times Travel section you’ll find my guide on what to see, do, and eat in a whirlwind 36-hour stay in one of my hometowns. If you can’t […]
Reporting this one was a lot of fun: for the April issue of Conde Nast Traveler, I put together the ultimate Cape Town guide, tapping in on the expertise of those who know it best to help me out. There are restaurant recs from chef Liam Tomlin, art picks from […]
South Africa is a gorgeous, sovaldi diverse place, but most media coverage usually goes to the usual suspects — Table Mountain, Soweto, Maboneng Precinct, Woodstock, Garden Route… Where to go if you want to coast just below the radar? The website Cheapflights reached out to “South Africa’s most influential bloggers” […]