Spring Wanderlust

It's time to start planning Spring travel and Summer adventures. We’re dreaming of lust-worthy getaways and what we’d pack if we got to go ~ whether or not your dream destination is in the cards for this year, partake in wanderlust & dress for where you’d rather be.

What will the next stamp in your passport be?

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Puerto Escondido, MEXICO

Hotel Terrestre
Hotel Terrestre images courtesy Grupo Habita.

Located in Puerto Escondido—Hotel Terrestre is surrounded by an endless array of both natural and cultural wonders. From impressive archeological sites and heart-stopping landscapes to its pristine beaches and always-on surf.

Beyond it's natural wonders Puerto Escondido is home to a vibrant creative community. Near Hotel Terrestre is the famous Casa Wabi, the Tadao Ando–designed center that hosts artist residencies and exhibitions.

Casa Wabi
Casa Wabi images ©Fundación Casa Wabi

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Saint-Raphaël, FRANCE

Hotel Roches RougesTop left image courtesy Bureau Voyage. Bottom left photo courtesy of Beaumier Hotel Group. Bottom right photo courtesy Agist.

Nestled on the Mediterranean shore—Hôtel Les Roches Rouges is a time capsule of bygone French Riviera dreams.

Simple sophistication, not overdone, serene but glamorous. "Wherever your gaze drifts, the charm of the French Riviera – in widescreen." Dine on fresh seafood and drink crisp white wines...so Provencal! Plus just around the bend there are some epic cliffs for swan dives into the sea!

A signature dish of the region, bouillabaisse, a spicy seafood stew served with warm bread and rich french butter, is a MUST.

Bouillabaisse
Image by MIRIAM GARCÍA for El País where you can find a recipe to make your own bouillabaisse.

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Ubud, BALI

AmandariBottom left images courtesy Aman.

Amandari is presided over by a 7th-century stone tiger statue and is said to stand on sacred ground. The property was designed after a traditional Balinese village and the curving swimming pool mimics the rice paddies below. A dream destination for peaceful meditations or exploring the wilderness of Bali with local guides.

There's a wealth of culture and history to explore in Ubud. One of the biggest draws of the area are the many temples and relics of Balinese culture. There are tons of travel blogs you can research but we enjoyed Deegee's Life's overview of unique temples of Ubud.

If you're a Yogi, Bali has become something of a major spiritual destination for yoga enthusiasts to deepen their practice.

templesLeft photo courtesy BookYogaRetreats. Right photo courtesy Bali.com

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