This latest issue of #Travelife Magazine, the leading travel and lifestyle publication, is all about dream destinations and under-the-radar places that should be in your travel plans.
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THE FAMOUS NGORONGORO CRATER
Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater, for instance, was long on my bucket list.
One day, we just decided to go, even if it meant a trip around the world and several flights on very small planes.
I remember how we had a pretty impressive ranger for our visit as well, who could spot a small black rhino from something like 10 kilometres away -- without binoculars.
NICE MEMORIES OF A HAPPY TRIP
And now, just thinking about the Masai villages on barren windswept plains, and the multitudes of animals we saw at the bottom of what must be the world’s most amazing crater, makes my heart skip a beat.
Read about our safari experience and our stay in one of Africa’s most famous safari lodges in this current issue of Travelife Magazine.
COOKING LESSONS IN FES
Then there’s Fes, which, to me, is Morocco’s loveliest city, even if Marrakech gets all the attention.
I never tire of visiting it, and I'm going again in October with 36 friends for a fun trip of a lifetime. This will have been my third visit to Fes in 15 months, and this time I'm planning to bring home a rather elaborate teal brazier that I've had my eye on since my very first trip.
MY FIRST VISIT TO MOROCCO
I first visited Fes fifteen years ago, when I’d spent days losing myself in a medina that remained stuck in the 19th century.
Last year, I headed back to Fes twice; it was pretty much the way I remembered it, save for the ubiquitous television satellite antennas that were a dime a dozen on every rooftop.
What fun I had on both trips, especially as a tagine cooking lesson was involved in a pretty stylish riad.
Read about this jewel of a riad we discovered in the oldest part of Fes in this current issue of Travelife Magazine.
THE UNEXPLORED PART OF JAPAN
We also feature Japan in this issue, although it’s not the Japan that most people know.
Contributing Editor David Lim traveled the width and breadth of western Japan, and he summarizes his observations on the country’s less trodden routes, accompanied by beautiful photographs of Japan behind the tourist route.
Read about a Japan that few people know in this current issue of Travelife Magazine.
FOODIE HAUNTS IN HONG KONG
STRAIGHT FROM HONG KONG'S BEST CHEF
Vicky Lau, one of Asia's top chefs according to the S. Pellegrino guide, also shares some of her best foodie haunts in Hong Kong.
Vicky, who is incredibly hardworking and serves technically perfect eye candy sort of dishes, is also easily Hong Kong's prettiest and most talented chef -- which makes her an unusual professional in a largely male-dominated industry.
Read about where one of Hong Kong's top chefs eats, in this current issue of Travelife Magazine.
THE BEST PLACES TO SEE IN ARGENTINA
The Amabassador of Argentina has taken the time to share his black book of the best places to visit in Argentina, a beautiful country on the other side of this wonderful world.
Reading his suggestions easily made me want to plan a trip there as soon as possible.
Get the personal recommendations of the Ambassador of Argentina, in this current issue of Travelife Magazine.
THE BEST OF BAHRAIN,
UNDISCOVERED JEWEL OF THE MIDDLE EAST
|Cecilia Infantado on the cover|
In Bahrain, we found beautiful beaches, lovely hotels, and all the ingredients for a stress-free and yet exotic adventure.
Get the insider’s guide to this enigmatic island-state. Of course, there are many more wondrous places to see in this place – which is why you should keep on reading Travelife Magazine.
Indeed, no one travels like us. Or writes like us. Which is why we are a cut above the rest and a travel & lifestyle publication like no other.