Junkets And Jaunts: EXOTIC GETAWAYS

Updates on The British Virgin Islands, Tahiti and the Top New Hotels Around the World

All aboard Air Tahiti Nui.


Sailing the British Virgin Islands.

During a sailing excursion to the islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke, I discovered natural wonders, native hospitality…and found a pal who knew as many quotes from Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy as I did. Read more in BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS.


Oahu is the gateway Hawaiian island. After your first trip there, you check out Maui, Kaui and The Big Island. Maybe Molokai. But if you ever get burned out on Honolulu, know that despite the crowds and the traffic it’s possible to rediscover and fall in love again with Oahu. Read more at: REDISCOVERING OAHU.


Then there was the time my buddy went to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker and made it to the final table–guaranteeing him a $1 million payout. He called at the last minute to come cheer him on. I was on a plane within the hour. Read more at: LAS VEGAS

Romantic Tahiti bungalows.


Here’s a no-brainer: Don’t travel to Tahiti alone. I was excited to experienced the beauty of Bora Bora–steamy bungalows, romantic blue water. Sure, I swam with the sharks and Jetski-ed all day. Solo. Sigh. Read more at: TAHITI.


Get out your Bucket List. Here are 15 of the world’s newest and most amazing hotel properties. Ireland. Dubai. Bermuda. The Bahamas. Dust off the passport. Read more at: TOP NEW HOTELS.


Okay, hotel technology isn’t exactly exotic. But some of the tech being introduced into hotel properties–robots, virtual reality, interactive walls–is truly out of this world. Read more at: HOTEL TECHNOLOGY. J&J