Australia: Where the Wild Things Are
A blog post for Travelsphere, August 2020
"If you stay patient, you might be rewarded with glimpses of spiky echidnas or bizarre duck-billed platypuses, two of Kangaroo Island's shyer residents (and both egg-laying mammals)..."
New Caledonia: 9-Day Language Tour
A travel itinerary for Educational Journeys, January 2020
"With swaying palms, turquoise seas, a rich cultural heritage, and French-inspired restaurants and boutiques, New Caledonian capital Noumea's like a miniature Paris in the Pacific Ocean..."
Island EcoVentures Website Content
Website copy for Island EcoVentures, May 2019
"Take a personalized trip with Island EcoVentures and the wonders of the most astounding habitats on earth, from giant glaciers to dense rainforests, will open up before your eyes..."
2019-2020 Travel Catalogue Copy
Catalogue content and itineraries for Discover Corps, January 2019
"We will complement our time on the Serengeti with an island adventure. Stroll the snaking streets of Stone Town, exploring its former Slave Market, Sultan’s Palace and Old Arab Fort..."
What Makes Sydney So Popular Right Now?
A blog post for Kingsbridge Travel, November 2018
"Just when it seems that new restaurant openings must have peaked, Sydney keeps on giving its foodie visitors more. For some of the most lavish places to dine out, head to Harbour City..."
Find Your Private Island Paradise in Fiji
Website copy for Pantiel, October 2018
"With its bleach-white sands, shimmering aqua waters and swaying palms, Fiji is pinch-yourself beautiful - and the country's private island resorts provide ultimate away-from-it-all escapes..."
10 Hotels with Eye-Popping Design and Architecture
A blog post for From the Grapevine, November 2017
"Increasing numbers of bold, experimental hotels are popping up in countries all across the globe, whether they occupy refashioned heritage buildings or new, purpose-built structures..."
The World’s Top Bat-Spotting Destinations
A blog post for From the Grapevine, October 2017
"Bats have something of a bad reputation, seen as creepy, disease-carrying pests. But these flying mammals are majestic, especially if you see thousands of them emerging from roosts..."
2017-2018 Travel Catalogue
Catalogue content and itineraries for Discover Corps, January 2017
"We know that the most memorable travel moments rarely happen on a giant tour bus. They come through experiencing a brand new place through the eyes of those who call it home..."
Sydney Rental Guide: Landing Page
Website copy for TravelMob, August 2016
"Venture beyond the iconic harbour to find a city bursting with an active artistic community, a mouth-watering foodie scene and outer limits lined with sandy beaches and stylish suburbs..."
Cities Aglow: Light Festivals Around the World
A blog post for From the Grapevine, March 2016
"Holographic creatures racing around urban streets, drab gray buildings rendered in glorious Technicolor and skyscrapers as canvases for international art - the world loves light festivals..."
Open House: Inside Architectural Treasures
A blog post for From the Grapevine, October 2015
"Open House, which allows the public into buildings that are usually closed, began in London in 1992 and has since spread to more than 30 cities globally - from Tel Aviv to Thessaloniki..."
The World’s Best Long-Distance Trails
A blog post for From the Grapevine, August 2015
"If you're looking for a true-blue away-from-it-all wilderness escape, try Southwest Australia’s Bibbulmun; a track that puts hikers out in the Australian bush where solitude is guaranteed..."
Ten of the Best Luxury Spas
An article for Luxe Magazine, June 2015
"Looking for bliss? Then prepare to be pampered. From island escapes to jungle hideaways, seaside idylls to desert oases, here are ten of the most luxurious destination spas on earth..."
Hotels Among the Vines: Five Top Vineyard Resorts
A blog post for From the Grapevine, May 2015
Where vineyards flourish, wine tourism follows. New and stylish vineyard resorts are moving beyond Napa and Bordeaux to lesser-known wine-producing regions all across the world..."
2015: Five Luxury Events in the Year Ahead
An article for Private Air Magazine, January 2015
"Even for polo lovers, the Cartier Queen’s Cup Final is a special event - a rare chance to see the most elite polo players on form against the backdrop of the impressive Windsor Castle..."
Private Parties: Great Island Escapes for 2015
An article for Private Air New York (Winter Issue), December 2014
"The name Song Saa means two hearts, and this island duo is home to 27 villas, some lying over water, others tucked away within the small jungle - making it ideal for a private party..."
Rotorua City Vacation Guide
A city guide for Expedia, June 2014
Rotorua sits squarely on the Volcanic Plateau and the Pacific Rim of Fire, and so visitors flock every year for its numerous geothermal attractions; as well as for its Maori cultural heritage..."
Heading South: Investing Down Under
An article for Private Air Magazine, January 2014
"From stately farms to vivacious vineyards to sparkling sea and sunshine, the Australian and New Zealand real estate markets offer a diverse and luxurious range of investment homes..."
Christchurch City Vacation Guide
A city guide for Expedia, November 2013
"One of New Zealand’s largest cities and a gateway to the South Island, Christchurch is called the “Garden City” for good reason. Its parklands and gardens are a point of pride for locals..."
Rarotonga City Vacation Guide
A city guide for Expedia, August 2013
"Commonly known as 'Raro', Rarotonga is the most populated of the Cook Islands and offers palm-fringed beaches, bush walking, colorful festivals and snorkeling in warm, clear waters..."
Ultimate Bachelor Pads Around the World
An article for Private Air Magazine, July 2013
"There are many varied elements that go into making the ultimate bachelor pad, from interior design to the gadgets and gizmos. However, the top of the list should always be location..."
The World’s Most Secluded Island Retreats
An article for Private Air Magazine, May 2013
"Sometimes luxury can seem so much more divine when you are hundreds of thousands of kilometres from everyday life, secreted among one of the planet’s most secluded islands..."
Where Luxury Meets the Barrier Reef
An article for Private Air Magazine, May 2013
"Queensland's Whitsunday Islands have long been known for their lush tropical gardens and dynamic coral life. The 74 islands dot the warm tropical waters along the northeastern coast..."