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Soak up London’s Culture Off-the-Beaten Path

There’s no shortage of things to see and do in London but for my recent trip across the pond, I tried to go beyond the tourist attractions and delve …

High Fashion

Le P’tit Laurent for French Dining in San Francisco’s Glen Park

We love French cuisine, so when we had an opportunity to review Le P’tit Laurent recently, a French restaurant not far from our San Francisco hood, …

France

Your Ultimate Tahiti Travel Guide by Land

Let this Tahiti Travel Guide by Land be your compass to your trip to French Polynesia. Bear in mind that this guide is limited to Tahiti, which is …

Tahiti

25 Breathtaking Photos of Thailand

My first memory of Thailand was speeding into Bangkok on the back of a motorbike. Clinging for dear life to its obese driver, whom I’d selected …

South America

San Francisco’s Summer Crystal Fair at Fort Mason

It’s no secret that I love gemstones and crystals – we have scattered around the house in every room, including the kitchen. One of my favorite shows …

San Francisco

Your Ultimate Travel Guide to Tahiti & Mo’orea on Water

French Polynesia has a wealth of more remote islands if you want to get off the beaten path, but Tahiti and Mo’orea, both of which are incredibly …

Tahiti

How to Explore London Like Royalty

Why not travel like royalty if you can, especially in a magical city like London?The Royal wedding of the (now) Duke and Duchess of Sussex may be …

England

Mo’orea’s Intercontinental for a Luxe Stay in French Polynesia

We’ve stayed at a lot of 4 and 5 star “chain” properties over the years, but not at as many InterContinentals as other brands for some reason. And …

Marine Mammals

Why Not Empower Kids Rather Than Arm Them?

Open up the schools, open up America, looking for the lost souls. Let’s open the classroom doors — all of them.<p>“Woo hoo!” he shouted as he fired off …

Guns

Modern Mysticism: Diving into Silence with Adyashanti

I never had a particular thing for “gurus” even ones embracing so called modern mysticism. Yet, here I was on retreat with 220 other spiritual …

Meditation

French Bee Airline’s Inaugural Flight to French Polynesia

I used to fly to Paris fairly frequently and had never heard of French Bee Airlines until recently. The name is new and while they only have a short …

San Francisco

Ariel Yoga Classes in the Big Apple

If you want to take your yoga practice to new heights, check out one of the many New York City yoga studios offering ariel yoga! This was on my …

Yoga

InterContinental’s Hélène Spa, the First in French Polynesia

I was fortunate to have an opportunity to experience Hélène Spa in Mo’orea on a recent press trip, the very same one that is home to the first spa in …

Marlon Brando

California’s Central Coast for Horseback Riding

Let’s face it – I’m a California girl and love the state’s Central Coast. I love nothing better than riding on the back of a horse through fields of …

Horseback

Riding Icelandic Horses in the Land of Fire & Ice

Known as the Land of Fire and Ice for its abundance of volcanoes, glaciers, and waterfalls… but it’s also known for the special breed of horse native …

European Travel

Tahiti & Mo’orea Restaurants & Markets

If you’ve never been to French Polynesia, you may be wondering: what is popular Tahiti food? Common Tahitian dishes? Do they eat the same in all the …

Tahiti

Brighton’s Ultimate Gay Weekend Guide

When people talk about “gay England,” there’s almost one city they’re referring to: Brighton. The seaside town of Brighton has and always will be the …

Tiny Brunei Can Present Magic Moments

A lot of you might’ve clicked on this post out of morbid curiosity, asking yourself “where is Brunei?” rather than wondering if it’s worth visiting …

French Polynesia’s Tahiti: Where to Stay

I had an opportunity to stay at a couple of Tahiti hotels on my recent trip to French Polynesia, both of which are conveniently located and can act …

Ask THEO: Words of Wisdom From the Other Side

What do you think of THEO? my friend asked ever so casually when we were deep into a deck of archangel cards one evening, as if I should know who …

Indonesia’s Mount Rinjani, a Volcano with Force

Mount Rinjani also known as Gunung Rinjani, is an active volcano on the island of Lombok. It rises to 12,224 feet making it the second highest …

Splendours of the Subcontinent Exhibition in London

In October 1875, the Prince of Wales set off on a four-month tour of the Indian Subcontinent, visiting over 21 localities, which today encompass …

A Visual Trek Through China’s Gansu

The clock on the wall indicated it was 3 pm—unable to see the position of the sun through the pollution that muddied the sky, I had no choice but to …

Your Ultimate Bologna Foodie Guide

Foodie guides are made with Italy in mind and Bologna has a lot on the “must not miss” list. When you first visit Italy, it’s hard to imagine just …

Thermal Waters at the Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort

If you’re into mud baths and thermal waters, Calistoga California is a must visit. Nearly ten years ago, I stayed at one of the oldest properties in …

Hiking & Cycling in England’s New Forest

When I first stepped off the train platform in Brockenhurst to head to the New Forest, it was the smell that caught my attention. What was it? …

Meet Mystery School Teacher Teresa von Braun

There are plenty of energy workers out there but not many who have magical houses adorned with incredible art and a library you could get lost in for …

Visit Sacred Sites to Make Sense of the Cosmos

I have been privileged to visit many sacred sites throughout the world, having been called from early childhood to visit them in person. All the …

The Culture & History of China’s Xi’an

Let’s face it, I hit the ground running in China’s Wild West when I first arrived in Xi’an. Unable to purchase a SIM card due to currency issues and …

Your Ultimate Gansu Travel Guide

China is somewhat poorly known outside of Beijing and Shanghai, but attractions like the Gansu China rainbow mountains and the “first pier” of the …