Cynthia Dial is an admitted travel writing addict, and shares that she pinches herself each time she...(expand)
Cynthia Dial is an admitted travel writing addict, and shares that she pinches herself each time she steps onto the promenade deck of a cruise ship, boards a train or settles into a plane seat to go to work. She's taken a city tour of Melbourne, Australia, from the back of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, hiked the Austrian Alps and learned to surf in Waikiki -- all for a good story. A special correspondent for World Footprints radio show, she is author of Get Your Travel Writing Published: A Teach Yourself Guide, now in its 3rd edition and her work has been seen in Time magazine (Europe and Asia), Toronto Star (her column, Shopping Trips, was a regular feature), Hemispheres, Destinations Weddings & Honeymoons and Shape, among others. Cynthia specializes in travel, with an emphasis on luxury travel, soft adventure, golf, shopping, spas, health & wellness and food & drink. To
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Thanks so much for the Larry Drasin of Drasin Design Inc comment. Yes, he certainly has been involved with Mike Zislis' many projects. However, when the article was run by the hotel for fact-checking, the mention of Christopher Lowell and his involvement with the interior design was approved. It's a very special property, isn't it?
Sorry for the delay of getting back to you. Being on the road is my only excuse. That said, I would purchase a bug/mosquito repellent in a specialized store in the U.S. like REI, rather than spending any portion of your vacation in search of something better.