Browsing Category Come Fly With Me

On the trail to creating a just world


Saturday, March 30, 2019

Interview with Oxfam Australia’s Chief Executive Dr Helen Szoke: "I love Pakistan and want to have the opportunity to return.  Of course, the attraction is the warmth and generosity of the people.  I had the opportunity to visit last year, a week before the national elections.  We partner with a women’s leadership initiative called ‘She Can ...

Read more

Los Angeles: city of discovery


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 ...

Read more

Editor at large on the Dalmatian Coast


Sunday, March 17, 2019

Interview with Nancy Hromin: "My parents are from the Dalmatian coast of Croatia and my first visit at the age of seven captivated me. Every subsequent visit cemented in my heart how much I love this proud little nation. This tiny country has so much resilience, pride and positivity. We sailed the Croatian coast last year ...

Read more

Immersed in the stars, lights & lume life


Sunday, March 10, 2019

Interview with Tara Strong:  I am always strongly drawn to the sea and having grown up in Asia, I love tropical waters the most. However, I have never been so overwhelmed by pure beauty as when I have travelled to the Andaman Islands. There are 572 island jewels in the Andaman crown and your breath ...

Read more

Irish eyes smile upon Monterey


Saturday, March 2, 2019

Interview with Alison Metcalfe: "I have many but one of my favourites outside of Ireland, has to be California’s Monterey Peninsula and the coastal shoreline from Carmel to Big Sur. Carmel and Pebble Beach reminds me of the dramatic Causeway Coastal Route in Co. Antrim home to the UNESCO world heritage site Giants Causeway, historic ...

Read more

Australia’s own Bora Bora


Saturday, February 23, 2019

Interview with Hayley Baillie: "Australia’s own Bora Bora - Lord Howe Island, just 600 kilometres, or a two-hour flight off the coast of NSW.  Not only because it is World Heritage-listed due to its unique flora and fauna, but because it only has 400 tourists at any one time, meaning that you can have ...

Read more