See/Do

Best of Bingin Beach Bali

Best of Bingin Beach Bali

Bingin Beach Bali is one of my favourite places in the world. Apart from its breathtaking beauty, relaxed surfer vibe and rustic accomodation, there’s a certain sense of calm you feel when descending the sea-facing steps which seem to go on forever. You weave through cute little warungs built into cliffs and […]

Thailands Floating Cinema: A Flashback

Thailands Floating Cinema: A Flashback

Thailands Floating Cinema was a fleeting spectacle that gave new meaning to the term “going out” to the movies. The world is no stranger to the Outdoor Cinema, but what if the world was floating somewhere in the middle of a tranquil lagoon, idly rocking back and forth with the tide […]

Summer in Lake Bled: A Weekender

Summer in Lake Bled: A Weekender

Some people visit beautiful Lake Bled in Slovenia to relax, to savour the peacefulness of a place in the Julian Alps usually covered in snow. Phoebe from WoodandLuxe and I had other ideas. Sure, we were glamping in the most tranquil accommodation possible, but our ‘how’s-the-serenity?’ moments were dramatically interspersed […]

Thailand Coffee Tank: I’m in Love

Thailand Coffee Tank: I’m in Love

I must admit, when it comes to architecture and design I have eclectic taste. Whether it’s a rustic eco-lodge, a modern/minimal villa, or a canvas cafe in the middle of a rice paddy, when thoughtful and beautiful design blends seamlessly with a travel or hospitality experience it’s kind of the […]

24 Hours in Koreatown Los Angeles

24 Hours in Koreatown Los Angeles

It’s official, the writing’s on the wall – K-Town is the new mecca. The infamous Los Angeles neighborhood just west of Downtown is littered with world-class Korean BBQ joints, edgy street-art and design hotels. It’s hard to imagine only two decades ago this low-rent area was ground zero for the […]

Things To Do In Canal St Martin: A Parisian Weekend

Things To Do In Canal St Martin: A Parisian Weekend

A Paris Weekender: What To Do In Canal St-Martin It was Canal St Martin’s colourfully cosmopolitan streets and cast-iron footbridges that stole viewers’ hearts in Amelie, Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s 2001 quirky Parisian blockbuster. These days the eclectic neighbourhood is a character unto itself – filled with shabby-chic bars, boutiques and hidden […]