Globe-Hopper Bekah Wright goes to the Revive Spa One of the biggest perks of my job as a journo for hire is traveling internationally to check out spas and the latest in spa treatments. Recently, I was able to do this all under one roof as Kerstin Florian introduced several new treatments at theRevive Spa […]
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About Bekah Wright
Bekah Wright is a freelance travel and lifestyle writer for numerous publications. She thrives on adventure and exploring the world, so keeps her passport at the ready and suitcase pre-packed. Bekah shares her exploits and misadventures with readers on everything from sheepherding in Malibu to getting a campur-campur treatment in Malaysia in her column, “The Getaway Girl.”
Going to Maui with Bekah Wright “Come to Paradise” Maui’s own special magic, or “aloha beckons.” Heed its call and you’ll soon discover just how unique this island is with its natural wonders and diverse terrain. To truly experience all Maui has to offer, I spent time on various parts of this island dubbed “The Valley […]
Once in a while, a place grabs my heart and plants memories there to be triggered over the years by certain smells, sounds and other senses. Such was the case on a recent jaunt to Tuolumne County. I was deposited outside The McCaffrey House Bed & Breakfast Inn in Twain Harte, California.
On my visit to the McCaffrey House, one of the greatest highlights was the breakfast. Although I recommend the experience of this Californian getaway for couples, the breakfast? Well, that’s for anyone who loves great food! Here are to of Stephanie McCaffrey’s recipes recipes that made my visit so memorable. The following are two of […]
French Polynesia is a world of blue with cerulean skies colliding against turquoise waters. Located in the South Pacific between California and Australia, the territory is comprised of 118 islands scattered across five archipelagoes. Legend has it one of these islands, Bora Bora, was created by the gods and considered the “firstborn” of the Society […]
How to choose the highlights for 72 hours in Berlin On my first visit to Berlin I expected to find ancient buildings and a sense of history at every turn. From the moment I stepped off the airplane, though, I realized my preconceived notions of Berlin were about to be turned on their head. If, […]
Cross the Tsing Ma Bridge en route from the Chek Lap Kok International Airport into Central Hong Kong and you’ll feel energy buzzing beneath the city’s skyline. Hong Kong has been compared to “Manhattan on speed.” Experiencing all this non-stop metropolis has to offer and your adrenalin is sure to get pumping.
Romance is alive and well in Carmel Look around the small town of Carmel-by-the-Sea and you’ll spot people walking hand in hand. Young, old, no matter the age, this quaint city settled in a pine forest grabs the hearts of those who visit. Ideal for folks looking to decompress, the town has built-in privacy with […]
Once you get your first glimpse of Italy, be it in someone’s vacation photographs or a film, a fever takes hold. You’ve witnessed Italy’s beauty and know there’s something beneath the surface of this spectacular country that must be discovered. Could it be the history? The art? The architecture? The fashion? The food? Certainly the […]