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Mikaela Phillips on Manhattan Beach: “Everything you imagine LA to be”

by Saturday, April 14, 2018

My favourite travel destination to date would be Manhattan Beach, California. Only a 10-minute drive south of LAX , it is the epitome of California lifestyle and living! From old-fashioned ice-cream stores, to beach volleyball, endless beach days (even in winter you’ll find surfers and locals out), great shopping/dining and people always in bikinis ha ...

Disconnecting to reconnect

by Saturday, March 3, 2018

It’s lovely to connect with you but I’ll admit, this week at Journeys To Come, we’ve been quite unified in our belief in the need to ‘disconnect to reconnect' in order to enhance our personal relationships. May I be really honest with you about something? When I was filming a series of romantic resorts in Asia last year, I ...

A Stranger to Nature: A Yosemite Experience

by Monday, February 26, 2018

Our Guest Traveller this week is Kim Bryce. British-born and based, Kim shares her story about her experience in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains at Yosemite National Park. Kim works for a UK-based company called Smoke Guru who provide E-Cig’s and accessories and try and raise awareness about the dangers of smoking. This is her story...  Kim Bryce. Having saved like ...

Lake Tahoe, Nevada USA

by Monday, November 13, 2017

Guest Traveller Neil O’Sullivan travelled in September to Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA. Irish-born but living in Sydney, Neil is owner and director of Sydney's first, exclusive, infrared sauna Nimbus & Co, in Bondi. This trip to Lake Tahoe wasn’t the first time Neil had ventured to this "inland paradise" popular with revellers from the West Coast of the US, ...

Palm Springs, with Megan McKean, Designer, Illustrator & Author

by Saturday, November 11, 2017

"I first visited Palm Springs during a road-trip in the U.S.A in 2012, driving through California, Nevada and Arizona. I’d just finished my design degree in Sydney and was taking a celebratory inspiration trip. "I’ve always had a love for mid-century design; studying graphic design and being married to an industrial designer meant that a lot ...