Maximizing Luxury Travel

There are thousands of uber-ornate doors in China. Here I focus on doors with people. Because after all, isn’t that what doors are for – to enter.

I love the way these photo challenges make me look at my photos differently. This one was taken at a market in Fengdu, China a few years ago.

Philipsburg, Saint Martin The highlight of our visit had to be stopping in at the Sunset Bar to watch the low-flying planes land over Maho Beach.  The local Princess Juliana International...

Beijing, China For dinner, we took the advice of several friends (thanks!) and went to Da Dong for their fabulous Peking Duck. The menu is huge and a bit overwhelming, but...

When I travel, I’m not much of a shopper, preferring to spend as much time as possible exploring.  What I bring back from travel is memories, and I record those with...

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Hotel We stayed at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel so we could swim in their iconic rooftop pool, located 57 floors high and it was worth the...

We got the day going with a short river cruise on a traditional “bumboat” which used to ferry cargo here.  We cruised around the interior bay for a nice perspective and...

It’s hard to find anything bad to say about Singapore.  It’s clean and buildings are either new, freshly painted, or painstakingly restored.  Lots of former British Colonial buildings have been repurposed...

I finally got to go to a Cat Cafe! I knew they were popular in parts of Asia and was thrilled to find out there were several in Singapore. There were...