To Iceland With Love

Dear Iceland, I know you are loved by many, and rightfully so. You are beyond beautiful, with all your natural splendor and opportunities for mere mortals to experience your otherworldly wonders. It has been two weeks since I returned, and I cannot stop thinking about you. I close my eyes and envision driving along the two lane highway hugging the southern coast. I see the … Continue reading To Iceland With Love

Smart Luxury: Tuscany Road Trip + Castellina for 75 Euro a Day (For ShermansTravel.com)

Long before Anushka and Virat (Bollywood leading lady and India’s cricket team captain) tied the knot in a luxury ceremony in Tuscany, my husband and I went on a road trip to explore the wine region of Chianti. We started our trip in Castellina, and drove to nearby hill top medieval villages and wineries in our fancy Benz rental (which was booked with ease through … Continue reading Smart Luxury: Tuscany Road Trip + Castellina for 75 Euro a Day (For ShermansTravel.com)

From the Canadian Rockies to Costa Rica: My Travel Wish List for 2016

The year 2015 was quite eventful to say the least. I got married on the island of Crete and spent 14 amazing days of our honeymoon exploring Greece. I moved to New Jersey, the one state where I thought I’d never live. I spent three-fourths of the year planning the Greek wedding and Long Island reception that followed. Both were exhausting. Last December, I had … Continue reading From the Canadian Rockies to Costa Rica: My Travel Wish List for 2016

Bask in the Bounty of Sandals Barbados

I am so excited to share my article on Sandals Barbados, the newest resort in the chain to offer exceptional all-inclusive luxury. Whether you are looking to relax under a beach umbrella sipping a rum drink, go snorkeling with turtles, or explore the island on a 4 x 4, you will be glad you chose this gorgeous island as your destination. Please click on the picture … Continue reading Bask in the Bounty of Sandals Barbados

Costa Rican Rainforest Getaway: Manuel Antonio and Rainmaker Reserve

The central Pacific coast of Costa Rica is home to the smallest, yet most bio-diverse, national park in the country: Manuel Antonio National Park. I was both excited and eager to explore the magical rainforests when traveling alone in the Central America for the first time. After a short cab ride from my hotel Costa Verde, I arrived at the park’s entrance where my naturalist … Continue reading Costa Rican Rainforest Getaway: Manuel Antonio and Rainmaker Reserve