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TripLit: What I Read When I’m On the Fly

TripLit: What I Read When I’m On the Fly

After my iPhone, shop my Kindle is probably my most indispensable travel accessory. I was a grudging late adopter — I mean come on, who doesn’t love the smell of a nice tangible book and the feel of coarse pages between your fingertips? — but it’s definitely changed the way […]

WSJ Magazine: Karakoy, Istanbul’s Hippest Hood

WSJ Magazine: Karakoy, Istanbul’s Hippest Hood

I don’t know why everyone traveling to Istanbul doesn’t just stay in Karakoy: it’s centrally located and is a great spot to base yourself. And as a bonus, cure it’s also the coolest district in the city these days, with quite an exciting — and sudden — restaurant, hotel, and […]

As Seen In… Vogue India

As Seen In… Vogue India

Whether you’re looking to fly solo, page with your girlfriends, cialis sale or with your family, gastritis I have plenty of trip options to help you plan in the February issue of Vogue India. Read them all here. Vogue India Feb 2015 Travel

Virtuoso Life: Higher Calling

Virtuoso Life: Higher Calling

In the January/February issue of Virtuoso Life, illness you’ll find a feature I wrote on the otherworldly terrain of Cappadocia, Turkey. Read it here. Virtuoso Life January 2015 Cappadocia

As Seen In… The Independent

As Seen In… The Independent

The Independent: 48 Hours in Istanbul If you ask me, ed you need at least a week in Istanbul to do the city justice — I was there six days and felt like it wasn’t enough. But if you only have a quick spell in the city, abortion might I […]

Where in the World Is Sarah Khan?

Where in the World Is Sarah Khan?

Where in the World Is Sarah Khan?

Where in the World Is Sarah Khan?

A South AfriKhan-American Thanksgiving (Recipes Included!)

A South AfriKhan-American Thanksgiving (Recipes Included!)

Thanksgiving is easily my favorite holiday. A four-day weekend surrounded by family and spent mostly in a food coma, web courtesy an epic feast, with some bargain shopping thrown in — what’s not to love? I even wrote an ode to the holiday, and to my naturalization experience, for the […]