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Nestled in the hills above Knysna (pronounced “nighs-na”), in the middle of South Africa’s Garden Route, is a lodge that blends luxurious accommodation with environmental responsibility. It’s called the Phantom Forest, and it’s one of the most unique places I’ve ever stayed.

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Thursday, 19 October 2006

Finca Adalgisa, Mendoza, Argentina

If you like wine, you must go to Mendoza, Argentina; Finca Adalgisa in particular.  It is the smallest winery in Mendoza and the people are gracious, the place is lovely, and the wines are fantastic.  A guide will bring you on a tour through the vineyard, estate, winery, and then lead you to the tasting area.  My main experience with wine tasting had been in California and other places in the US, where you spend about 15 minutes standing at a bar waiting for the bartender to return so you can get another thimble-sized taste of wine.

Published in indulge
Saturday, 01 July 2006

Al Cielo Hotel, Mexico


Excepting childhood, I could lose a couple of digits and still count on one hand the weeks in my life I’ve spent barefoot.  Xpu-Ha (ish poo HA) beach on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera was one of those weeks.

Published in indulge
Monday, 01 May 2006

Mansion Dandi Royal, Buenos Aires

Ahh, the pleasures of staying in an old mansion in Buenos Aires. Every detail is accounted for here at a price you could never find in the US. When we arrived, we ended up walking right past it. Fortunately, the doorman came out after us and when we stopped to check the address, there he was, gathering up our bags and waving us back. The hot buzz of Buenos Aires faded



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