Author Archives: Leslie Moore

The Galapagos Islands

Like many, you have probably thought of one day visiting the Galapagos Islands, where Charles [...]

48 Hours in Dubai During Ramadan

Wherever you travel in the world; Dallas, Paris, Amsterdam, Hong Kong or Dubai, chances are you will face a [...]

Six Senses Laamu

At almost 10,000 miles away from LA, getting to the Maldives is an extraordinarily long trip. But as [...]

Velassaru Maldives

Whether you are making the Maldives your only destination or part of a trip to [...]

JORDAN: Rich In Culture, Steeped in History

Amman The city of Amman is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the [...]


If you consider yourself a seasoned traveler and think you have covered all that Mexico [...]

48 Hours in Singapore

Singapore’s downtown core is where you want to stay if you only have 48 hours [...]

Scarpetta, Miami Beach

From the moment we drove up to this iconic building of movie and novel fame, [...]

Beignets, Jazz and Antebellum Architecture in New Orleans

The best way to explore any city is by foot and New Orleans lends itself [...]

Restaurant August, New Orleans

Located in New Orleans Central Business District, in a beautiful historic 19th century French-Creole building [...]

Restaurant R’evolution, New Orleans

“Modern, Imaginative Reinterpretations of Classic Cajun and Creole Cuisine” beautifully presented in one of seven [...]

The Whaling Station, Monterey

While I typically stay away from any type of tourist attraction during my travels I [...]

Il Vecchio Restaurant, Monterey, CA

Behind every great restaurant there is a story and in the case of Il Vecchio Restaurant [...]

Beijing & Beyond

By Leslie Moore On our first evening in Beijing, to stave off jet lag, we [...]