All Posts By Journeys to Come

Making the impossible possible

by Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Leif Abram is a Concierge at Kimpton's Sir Francis Drake Hotel, a true Union Square landmark in the heart of San Francisco. The hotel has recently undergone an $11 million property-wide renovation delivering a clean, contemporary style that simultaneously showcases the opulence and historic character of the Gothic Revival and Renaissance architectural masterpiece for this landmark ...

Learning the Eagle Dance in Mongolia

by Monday, September 16, 2019

This week’s Guest Traveller asks: why don’t more travellers visit Mongolia? Western Europe is crowded in July, Asia is always overflowing with tourists, so when Guest Traveller Rosslyn Skinner was invited to visit Mongolia during the Wildflower season, coinciding with the Naadam Festival, she couldn’t wait to pack her bags. Earlier this year, I visited Mongolia ...

Cruising with Catriona

by Monday, August 26, 2019

I’m still in cruise mode – always a great mode to slip into – as I travel around the country on a speaking tour alongside Scenic. We are chatting all things cruising, aligned with my book The Best Of World Cruising, and I thought I’d answer some of the most commonly asked questions. 1. IF YOU ...

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Homeland of the apricot

by Monday, August 19, 2019

Ashley Kalagian Blunt is the author of My Name Is Revenge, a collection of essays and fiction related to the Armenian genocide, the event that laid the blueprints for the Holocaust, and its fascinating connections to Australia. As part of her research, Ashley spent two months travelling around Armenia, a tiny landlocked country in the ...

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Exploring the Barolo wine region

by Sunday, August 11, 2019

The most difficult part of exploring the Barolo wine region is deciding where to stop. So, to make your life easier and inspire your next adventure, Catriona Rowntree shares a few ideas from her own recent Barolo adventure. I am so grateful to Marco of Landmade for helping plan my recent Italian adventure and thought I’d share ...

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