Luxury Travel Advisor , May 2008 Don't have your own castle? Spend your Italian vacation in someone else's.
American Academy and Sustainable Cuisine
Food Arts September 2008 The venerable American Academy in Rome updates with a new chef and sustainable cuisine.
The Tailors of Naples
Luxury Travel Advisor, September 2008 -- Old style Neopolitan tailors still produce the best handmade suits.
The Simple Life
Executive Travel Fall 2008 Abandon stress by staying in an agriturismo in Italy
Food Arts, October 2008 A poor boy leaves home, makes a ton of money, and returns to follow his dream, a vineyard in Tuscany.
NICE: Where Cooks Become Chefs
Travel Africa Fall 2008 - Chefs trained at Namibia's Institute of Culinary Education bring five star service to remote lodges.
The Splendors of Spoleto
Luxury Travel Advisor April 2006 Spoleto, one of Umbria’s most beautiful hill towns, has always been a favorite of the famous. For full story, go to http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/questex/lta0406/
Todi To Montefalco: La Strada di Mangiare Bene
La Cucina Italiana magazine, Spring 2004(Dutch/Belgian edition, published in Dutch)
Travel the back roads and byways between medieval Todi, perched high on a hill above the Tiber, along the Sagrantino wine route to Montefalco, the city of wine and olive oil, known as the "balcony of Umbria" for its spectacular views. Wine, truffles, homemade pasta and more. . . .
Miss Universe: On Top of the World for a Moment
Mijlionair Magazine, June 2004
(cover story, published in Dutch) Sharri Whiting, who traveled around the world with four Miss Universes, shares her experiences behind the scenes of the world's most famous--and profitable--beauty pageant. She takes a look at the judging process, the prizes, the experience of titleholders, and the abrupt transition that comes when it's all over.
Travel News Namibia
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