Wednesday, 20 February 2013 15:33
A short film that combines three weeks of eating, and traveling in India into one "day". The Perennial Plate edited their footage from their three week stay in India into one eventful day, filled with “beauty and filth, food and poverty, happiness and stress” and food. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 00:29
One of our fave ladies of style Rihanna unveils a promotional ad for the Barbados Tourism board. It highlights the crystal clear ocean, white sand beaches, and lush vegetation. We’re ready to go! Enjoy.
Monday, 03 December 2012 18:17
We posted a video about The Yacht Week a few months back. This month they just released their new trailer, and we still cannot wait to experience this. 2013 bookings open up December 3rd and if you have the time/money you should definitely sign up. Check out more info about The Yacht Week here. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 27 November 2012 13:51
Ladera Resort in Soufrière, St. Lucia, reopened this season with a new wine cellar and tasting room—the first in a series of new additions to the resort in celebration of its 20th anniversary in 2012. The cellar features 1,000 different wines selected by Ladera’s new head sommelier, Karim Boulet, who trained at Michelin two-star restaurant Lasserre in Paris. He will host private pairing dinners in the adjacent tasting room for up to eight guests. Ladera also has begun taking reservations for its new luxury lodging, Paradise Ridge, which will officially open in January. [See & Read More]
Thursday, 01 November 2012 21:42
Now in its 22nd year, the Monaco Yacht Show serves as the world’s grandest stage for the industry’s most beautiful yachts to make their debuts and impress the yachting community’s elite. The 2012 show, held from September 19th-22nd, showcased some extraordinary launches from the last year, as well as a number of older yachts. In general, the industry is experiencing a slowdown in terms of new launches, due largely to the lack of orders placed during the economic slowdown that began in 2008, with the typical two- to four-year build times of larger yachts prompting the current lull in launches. [See & Read More]
Published in Rides
Thursday, 01 November 2012 18:58
Incase has just debuted its latest collection, the EO Travel Collection, consisting of luggage pieces for travelers who are constantly on the move. The highlight of the collection is the functional Hardshell Roller suitcase, a midsize carry-on. The suitcase features a rugged polycarbonate hardshell front panel to keep gadgets and precious contents out of harms way. A dedicated gadget compartment features a soft, padded sleeve built to accommodate a 17″ MacBook Pro, a slip sleeve for an iPad and multiple pockets for smaller items. Look for the collection soon at Incase’s online store and be sure to check out the video for a deeper look at the collection.
Monday, 22 October 2012 14:39
The aptly named Bonaire House is an architectural feat created by Florida-based Silberstein Architecture. Situated on the Caribbean island of Bonaire, the two-story house comprises lofty and spacious rooms which boasts full-scale windows and a clean simplistic design, as well as open outdoor communal areas, a swimming pool, and open planning within its interior that even includes a second floor walkway bridge. Contemporary in its infrastructure yet traditional in its outer look, the Bonaire House simulates the aesthetic and appeal of the island it sits on. [See More]
Published in Art & Design
Friday, 12 October 2012 16:55
Most people travel to Turks and Caicos to soak in the sun, but come November, the islands’ main draw will be their cuisine, when Grace Bay Club hosts the second annual Caribbean Food & Wine Festival—a three-day immersion into Caribbean cuisine and culture. Held from November 1 to 3, the event will draw some of the world’s top chefs and winemakers to host dinners, cook-offs, and wine tastings alongside the islands’ best local chefs, beginning with a five-course welcome dinner prepared by Chef John DeLucie of the Lion and Crown restaurants in New York City and Chef Fritz Zwahlen of Amanresorts ($125 per person). [See & Read More]
Tuesday, 25 September 2012 17:51
The Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas has recently completed a $40 million renovation of its Spa Tower accommodations (from about $160 to $700 per night). All of the tower’s 928 rooms and suites—including 12 penthouse suites, three 1,900-square-foot two-bedroom Bellagio Suites, and a Chairman and a Presidential Suite, 4,000-square-feet each—feature completely new decor and amenities, from the walls and furnishings to updated electronics. [See & Read More]
Thursday, 20 September 2012 17:57
The 45-acre Rancho Valencia, a Relais & Châteaux property located 30 minutes north of downtown San Diego, has reopened this month after a massive renovation. The property refurbished 49 suites and its three-bedroom guest home, which has a private backyard and pool, along with the hotel’s bar, restaurant, ballroom, and more. In addition, Rancho Valencia has opened a new yoga pavilion within the property’s 2.5-acre spa center, which features five pools, 10 treatment rooms, two couple’s rooms, and private gardens. [See & Read More]