David Corbet may be new to A Magazine as an art and travel contributor but certainly not new to Latin America - his passion and insights into one of Latin America’s biggest and most boisterous cities Mexico City is worthy of a margherita or two.
Visiting the ancient Mayan ruins of Central America
Whilst we are forever in awe of the the Acropolis in Athens or the Colosseum in Rome, the mysterious Mayan ruins of Central America are equally worthy of our attention. New contributor to A Magazine, Rakhee Ghelani takes us off the beaten track by foot, bus and plane to admire three of these incredible sites of ancient history.
Toby Blyth has an eye for all that is stylish and fashionable and a wonderful way with words when it comes to describing... well just about anything. This is a short excerpt he fired to us via his mobile phone when exploring Fashion's capital - Milan.
Corsica has always held a little bit of mystery - nestled north of Sardinia, French with Italian influences. David Kent, who knows a thing or two about France being the President of Alliance Francaise in Sydney, takes us on a walking journey through the villages of Corsica - a great way to entrench yourself in a country's landscape, culture and people.
For those that want to head off the main busy tourist paths of Sri Lanka - why not slow down and follow in the footsteps of our newest A Magazine contributor, Rakhee Ghelani, as she takes us on a journey along Sri Lanka’s Buddhist trail, that includes ancient ruins, temples of peace and tranquility and climbing a rock fortress.
Heading to Art Basel? Where to Stay, Eat and Shop in Miami
Art Basel, the annual art festival which takes place in Miami in the first week of December will soon be upon us, with many New Yorkers flocking south, away from the arctic temperatures already hitting the Big Apple.
Evoking images of Slim Aarons’ famous 1970s series, Palm Springs is all about ultimate relaxation. Situated in the middle of the Coachella Valley, this small, but spread out, city boasts good weather the year ‘round. No wonder celebrities like Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack flocked here during the middle of last century.
Sitting at a logical crossroads in Central America, Panama City hopes to become a new destination for ecotourism and hipsters alike. With an outpost of an Ace Hotel and a new Gehry building, the city is sure to become a destination.