The Wonders of Chile

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It’s true, not all honeymoons involve white sands, bikinis, and drinks served to you in coconuts (although I’ve enjoyed a few coconut drinks in my day!). Instead, pack your hiking boots and let’s get to exploring. At Tierra Atacama Hotel and Spa and Tierra Patagonia Resort and Spa in Chile you will be delivered a remarkable experience.

Tierra Atacama Hotel and Spa is home to some of the best stargazing in the world. It’s rich with history, culture and tradition. We are talking about cultures that have existed for 10,000 years! By visiting you are bound to be provided true perspective by the grandiose mountains and scenic landscapes either by foot, horseback or bike. Need a break? Relax in the spa or in the pool to indulge in the hotel luxuries as well.

Tierra Patagonia Resort and Spa is farther south in Chile and settled next to Lake Sarmiento and the mountain peaks of the Chilean Patagonia. Enjoy the impressive views and sip on Chilean wines after your daily treks through the Patagonia Mountains. Let the expert guides on-hand share world famous sights and the tucked away hidden ones as well.

Okay, let’s start you off with Tierra Atacama…

Now, head south to Tierra Patagonia Resort and Spa.
Want to see what happens in the Patgonian lifestyle by month?


I know, right? It’s almost unreal. Okay, well now it’s time for me to tell you to take a hike! Let’s get you to these mountain tops. All you need to do is contact me!

Images: Tierra Atacama Hotel and Spa & Tierra Patagonia Resort and Spa

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Getting Ready for the New Year!

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New Years Eve is such a fun holiday! This year, I will be spending New Years in Bangkok and will be sure to share all of the exciting details upon my return. For now, here are some fabulous New Years Eve celebrations from around the world.


SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: Venture down under for one of the biggest and best firework shows in the world in Sydney Harbour. Get a front row seat by hiring a skipper and floating around on your own boat or reserve a table outside at one of the waterfront restaurants by the Bridge. If you can muster the courage the next day, strap on a harness and climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge where the fireworks extravaganza takes off.


GOA, INDIA: Join the hottest Bollywood stars & spend New Years Eve dining, drinking, & dancing under the stars on the white sand beaches. Keep in mind, the biggest parties tend to be around Anjuna, so if you want something a little more intimate, head south to Palolem.


RIO DE JANIERO: Head south where it’s the middle of summer and celebrate with over 2 million others who gather to watch the fireworks off of Copacabana Beach. Everything happens right there on Copacabana Beach, so dawn your flashiest whites (traditions say wearing white brings luck with the New Year) and head to the Beach. While every restaurant and hotel will have a special New Years Eve menu for diners, one of the most scrumptious is most certainly Copacabana Palace Hotel. The hotel also has a fabulous party that goes late into the night and has a great view of the firework extravaganza that lasts up to 15 minutes!


BERLIN: Celebrate “Silvester” (New Years Eve) in the capitol with one of the worlds largest firework shows in the world. The Germans are notorious for spending a pretty penny on their fireworks and it’s said that you can literally see them popping from anywhere in the whole city! The biggest party, however, is always at the grand Brandenburg Gate, where you’ll find, food, music, & fun as everyone celebrates. If you don’t want to join the huge crowds at Brandenburg Gate, venture over to Teufelsberg & Viktoriapark, two fabulous vantage points from which to watch the fireworks.

Wishing you all a wonderful New Year!

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Cool Pools

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With heat waves sweeping the country, taking a dip in one of these unique and exotic pools never sounded so good!

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

First up we have the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. Take a break from the casino action and the Vegas-style shows of the Sands in the SkyPark Pool, the world’s largest infinity pool at over 650 feet in the air. The Marina Bay Sands is a perfect stop on your way to or from Bali.

Amangiri, Utah

Next, we have one a little closer to home. The Amangiri at Canyon Point, Utah features, as it’s centerpiece, a breathtaking pool that blends with the landscape of the desert. If you’re looking for a chlorine-free dip, the resort is located near Lake Powell and the Colorado River.

Fasano Las Piedras, Uruguay

This third pool had us doing a double take. Carved into the natural beauty of of Punta del Este, Uruguay, the pool at Fasano Las Piedras is the perfect way to unwind after a round at the resort’s Arnold Palmer designed golf course.

Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge, South Africa

Not only does each ultra-luxurious, glass-fronted suite at  the Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge afford stunning views of the majestic flora and fauna of South Africa, they each feature a private plunge pool. There’s no better way to end a day of observing Lions, Elephants, Giraffes, and Rhinos than floating beneath the unadulterated, star-filled African sky.

Wildflower Hall, India

Lastly, we have a private plunge pool at the fairytale luxury resort Wildflower Hall at Shimla in the Himalayan Mountains. Bask in tranquility as you take in the awe inspiring beauty of the world’s highest mountains. The spa at the colonial era resort features the best of eastern and western holistic treatments to make this a truly tranquil sanctuary.

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Unique Cruises: Galapagos Islands

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Next up is an 11 day cruise around the Galapagos Islands with Celebrity Cruises.

One of the many Sea Lions that roam the Galapagos (image)

This cruise starts in Quito in Ecuador and then stops at many places including Baltra, North Seymour, Kicker Rock, P. Baquerizo, Punta Suarez, Cormorant Point, Baroness Outlook, Las Bachas, Bartolome, Urvina Bay, Punta Espinoza, Puerto Egas, Dragon Hill, Puerto Ayora, and then back to Baltra and Quito.

The Galapagos are also home to many exotic Lizards (image)

The Galapagos Islands are known for the unique beauty, and the amount of animals on the islands.  The animals seem unfazed by the human visitors.  The Galapagos Islands are made up of several islands that are difficult to access if you aren’t on a boat.  The best time to visit this region is from December to May, although June, July and August are also very popular because many almost are most active during this time.

Old Town Quito (image)

What I love about this cruise is the number of islands you get to visit.  Also you get to spend 2 nights at the beginning and end of your cruise in Quito where you can explore the incredible Old Town area of the city. The cruise starts at $3,699 per person plus taxes and airfare.
Contact us for more information about this cruise! 

Cruise Line: Celebrity Cruises

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