- New Orleans,
- Culinary Travel,
- Planning and Logistics
An insatiable culture sponge – especially for culinary travel. I also own and operate an award-winning tour company in New Orleans.
My travel style
I travel a lot, and I like to do it all – luxury, off-the-beaten-path, beach, city, budget and points. Above all, I like to learn about cultures and discover what’s unique about that location. I believe that food and its preparation tells the story of the people – their beliefs, struggle, community, climate and evolution. That’s why I take food tours, try cooking classes and visit markets wherever I go. You can taste so many layers of history in regional cuisine. I also seek out cultural music and performing arts.
The St. Regis Cairo
On the Nile Corniche, an opulent stay occupying 39 stories of a modern building with ample space for the raft of restaurants, spa, kids’ club and more.
InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa
$100 food / beverage credit.
Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.
Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa
This Palm Beach stunner has Jonathan Adler–designed rooms, a private beach and a popular seaside restaurant.
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Daily Breakfast for two guests per bedroom in Polpo Palm Beach
$100 USD equivalent Resort or Hotel credit utilized during stay
Recently returned from:
Discovering ancient and modern Egypt in Cairo, Luxor and Sinai Peninsula.
Relaxing in the southern charm of Savanna, Georgia.
Eating my way around the Big Island of Hawaii.
Learning of the birth of Christianity, yogurt and so much more in Istanbul, Türkiye.
Attending Broadway shows in Midtown Manhattan.
Sightseeing around Seattle before embarking on an Alaskan cruise.
Riding a hot air balloon in Cappadocia, Türkiye.
Eating salteñas, meeting my in-laws and seeing the famous salt flats in Bolivia.
Taking tango lessons in Argentina.
Eating cheap, delicious food in Vietnam.
Walking along The Cotswolds Way in the UK.
Hiking throughout France, Italy and Switzerland on the Tour du Mont Blanc.
One thing I can't travel without...
My kindle and pants with zippered pockets.
Two truths, one lie:
I spent three weeks in Tahiti with nothing but a 17” backpack.
I made scrambled eggs with Gordon Ramsay.
I attended Stephen Hawking’s funeral at Westminster Abbey by accident.
Get in touch with Angela
Reach out to customize and book your own experience. Or, just to chat about travel in general.