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A New Crop of Hotels in South America’s Wine Countries (Conde Nast Traveler)

For more than a decade, South American winemakers have been striving to put their bottles on a par with those from Napa or France. As we all know, they’ve made great strides—Argentinean wines climbed Wine Spectator’s Top 100 lists in recent years—so what more do they requ...

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Insider’s Guide to Corsica (Conde Nast Traveler)

Don’t mention France. Corsica’s citizens don’t think much of being part of its domain, and after you visit this “mountain in the sea,” you may well understand why. From its culture to its cuisine to its wild white sand beaches and formidable interior, Corsica feels a worl...

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Packing for Five Countries, 21 Flights, 25 Beds, and Two Seasons (Conde Nast Traveler)

Every winter my family and I take an epic trip that usually lasts more than two months. This year our itinerary includes Bhutan, Thailand and the Philippines. Our challenge: to fit everything into one checked bag for my toddler and me, one carry-on, and a small handbag.  ...

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Eating Among Locals on a Venetian Island, (NY Times)

If beautiful Murano glass is a strong draw to the Venetian Lagoon island, camera-snapping groups clogging the canals, and the cookie-cutter restaurants hoping to sell them a pizza along the way, can have the opposite effect. But thanks to a culinary newcomer, there’s a re...

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Globetrotter Column for Brazil Vogue

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Chilean Patagonia’s Peaks, Up Close (NY Times)

AFTER four hours of strenuous hiking, we had only just reached the bottom of the Torres del Paine. You can see the three granite monoliths from seemingly a hundred miles away (and on just about every postcard of Patagonia), but the full magnitude of their facades was reve...

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Drawn to the Magnet of Chile’s Surf Coast (NY Times)

I FOUND Pichilemu through a local’s tip. In planning an itinerary that would start in Santiago and end a couple of hours south in the wine country, I was looking for a low-key weekend spot near the two destinations where I could stop for a few days and recharge with my fa...

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Drawn to the Magnet of Chile’s Surf Coast (NY Times)

I FOUND Pichilemu through a local’s tip. In planning an itinerary that would start in Santiago and end a couple of hours south in the wine country, I was looking for a low-key weekend spot near the two destinations where I could stop for a few days and recharge with my fa...

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A Long Weekend in Rio (Financial Times “How to Spend it”)

When all eyes look to Rio for the World Cup and Olympics, they will see a newly safe hub of culture and sophistication. Go before the crowds descend, says Ondine Cohane READ FULL STORY  

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Globetrotter (Brasil Vogue)