Tiny holidays

by Tuesday, March 26, 2019

The world of travel never ceases to amaze and this week, we discovered that In2thewild Tiny Holidays won't tell us where their off-grid, tiny cabins until two days before a stay! It's only then that guests are provided with "detailed instructions and embark on an adventure to find and unlock their secret hideaway!" Such a cool ...

Allan’s Patagonian adventure

by Monday, March 25, 2019

Late last year, Allan Nash, the founding partner and MD of Asia Divers and El Galleon Beach Resort in the Philippines, bought a motorbike in Santiago, Chile. He packed it to the hilt with camping gear, and hit the gravel road, to Argentina. Wind, new friends, wine, and plenty of other essential elements later, Alan completed ...

Los Angeles: city of discovery

by Sunday, March 24, 2019

Interview with Jane Brook, COO, Melbourne Food + Wine Festival: " years ago, my daughter moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in contemporary art. My immediate reaction was, Los Angeles? What about New York, London, Hong Kong? The reason for my love of LA - My daughter, Olivia, at her gallery! It would be fair ...

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Kimamaya by Odin

by Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Concierge Peter has worked at Kimamaya by Odin, in Hokkaido, for six years. UK-born, Peter has lived in Japan for almost 10 years, with six of them at Kimamaya by Odin and the previous three years in Japan's south, on the main island of Honshu. Being a small property,  Kimamaya by Odin allows Peter to interact with guests ...

Going Dutch down the GOR

by Monday, March 18, 2019

Thelma and Louise, aka Dutchies Femmie and Oobie, marked a milestone birthday with a road trip that took in Victorian gems, like the Great Ocean Road, through fresh eyes. Let's hit the road and see what they saw...  Femmie and Ernestine on tour. What do you do when an old friend invites you for a Victorian road ...