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Lima, Peru.featured

The city with surprisingly excellent food or not so surprising to some I’ve learned, as apparently this is the culinary capital of South America. After several people had all extremely enthusiastically encouraged me to change my plans and do an extended layover in Lima en route to Bogota, I put my trust in them and Read more

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Buenos Aires, Argentina.featured

2012 was the year that I mostly didn’t work.  Instead, during my transition from living in London back to living in New York, I traveled.  My first stop along this journey was in Buenos Aires, where I based myself for just over three weeks.  During this time I visited museums, I sipped coffee in cafes, Read more

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New York, New York.featured

For me, this is New York City: Phase 2.  Or as I coined it when I first moved back this past August – “#rediscoveringnyc.”  With the amount of restaurants that this city sees move in and out of its high-energy, partially crazy and mostly beautiful streets, this whole process is a long one.  This is Read more

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South Africa.featured

South Africa is incredible and is another country that is so far one of my top five favorite spots in the world. In one 12 day span I was able to go on safari where lions stood 20 feet away, visit a wine region that blew my mind and put a clearly well respected place like Read more

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Israelfeatured

First and foremost, I should mention that Israel is in my Top 5 places that I have ever been. Coming up with a Top 5 list is incredibly difficult for me, but Israel is a definite and one I put there without hesitation. In 2011, for my great friend Colleen’s 30th birthday, we did as Read more

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Barcelona, Spain.featured

I’ve been to Barcelona three times now – It’s the type of city that I think gets better each time you go, as you do less and less touristy things, and more and more wandering and exploring.  At first glance the city might be a bit hectic and loud, but it’s one whose charm and Read more

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