- Luxury travel,
- esoteric destinations
Tropical island girl turned NYC transplant, and now Hudson Valley exurbanist. Dachshund-obsessed canna entrepreneur and lover of far-flung destinations.
NYC area airports.
My travel style
I’m all about off-the-beaten-path and far-flung, awe-inspiring destinations. Remote luxury is my thing. I love Awasi Patagonia, Three Camel Lodge in the Gobi Desert and the Great Plains Conservation camps in Botswana. I am fascinated by luxury hotels that blend into a desolate landscape, the perfect balance of modern design and environmental stewardship.
Within the protected Selinda Reserve, a four-suite solar-powered luxury camp on the banks of the Zibadianja Lagoon.
You’ll find luxuries of a bygone age at this transporting riverside hideaway in the Keliki Valley jungle.
Complimentary 50-minute massage for up to two people, once during stay
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Complimentary a la carte full Breakfast daily
Awasi Patagonia - Relais & Chateaux
Fourteen villas with private guides and drivers on the edge of Torres del Paine.
Recently returned from:
Hanging out in London.
Slug-on-the-beach in the D.R.
One thing I can't travel without...
My giant leather "bucket" bag. I throw everything in there – when in doubt, f**k it, just chuck it in the bucket.
Two truths, one lie:
One time, I chartered a plane last-minute in Ethiopia.
I used to have a pet turkey.
I’ve met the Pope.