Posts Tagged ‘culture’

Lost Girl of the Week: Ngoc

Lost Girl of the Week: Ngoc
Meet Ngoc Phan, 26 years old, of Iowa. She was born in Vietnam and was nice enough to send us a mini-guide to the country. Here are her picks on where to go and what to do in this Southeast Asian locale. Thanks Ngoc! LANGUAGE: Vietnamese is the official language. Other languages include French and Chinese....
April 15th, 2007 | Food & Wine, Lost Girl of the Week, Planning, Shopping & Style, Vietnam | Read More

21 Reasons We Fell in Love with Bangkok

21 Reasons We Fell in Love with Bangkok
by Amanda Pressner Lost Girls Executive Editor New Yorkers tend to assume (or more aptly, believe with a deep, zealot-like conviction) that there’s no big city on earth that’s as funky, hip and prodigious as the one they call home. And, having spent most of my twenties falling in love with...
April 12th, 2007 | Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Thailand | Read More

Lima After Hours

Lima After Hours
The Lost Girls hit the town for our first night out in Lima, Peru. Our quest for our first Pisco sours ended at a trendy restaurant, Scena, in Miraflores (Lima’s most cosmopolitan neighborhood), where we quickly learned how just a view sips of this potent Peruvian libation are enough to turn any...
June 26th, 2006 | City Travel, Food & Wine, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Parties, Festivals & Events, Peru | Read More

The Big Apple Gets a Little Love

The Big Apple Gets a Little Love
We’re practically breaking out in hives we’re so itchy to get the f*#$&^ out of town already (have we been planning this trip for years, or what?) but we’re saving a little nostalgia for our favorite city on the planet. Here are the places we’ve loved since our “freshman...
June 19th, 2006 | City Travel, Food & Wine, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Parties, Festivals & Events, Planning, Tours & Attractions, United States | Read More

Passport to the World

Ever since Holly’s wallet got pick-pocketed in a Starbucks in Times Square during a Lost Girls’ planning session, she’s been toting her passport around in lieu of a driver’s license. Even in the intercultural Big Apple, bouncers’ gasp in surprise at seeing the notorious...
June 5th, 2006 | Uncategorized | Read More

SpaHa: Moving Up to the East Side

SpaHa: Moving Up to the East Side
Just six weeks to go between now and D-for-departure day, but we’re already itching to explore parts of the planet that haven’t been covered in Daily Candy and every glossy travel magazine. Surprisingly enough, we discovered such a discretely cool and under-hyped spot right in our very own...
May 11th, 2006 | City Travel, United States | Read More