around the world four seasons jet

Around the World with Four Seasons Jet

I’m typing this from London, where I’m taking the time to catch my breath after having traveled around the world for the last 23 days with Four Seasons. It’s the longest time I have ever been away from home for one assignment and it’s the largest assignment I’ve ever had responsibility-wise. I’ll be taking the time to blog more specifically about the trip later on this year but I wanted to start to share some of my highlights to get you excited about seeing more and to alert you to the fact that there are stories already going live on Four Seasons Magazine that I am sure you won’t want to miss. Read on for those links and for a photo preview of what these last 20 + days have been like…

Flying over Sydney Harbor in a Seaplane with Four Seasons

Flying over Sydney Harbor in a Seaplane with Four Seasons

We started in Los Angeles with a rooftop fete that defied all my own lofty expectations. Candlelight and live music paired with Dom Perignon and a view of Los Angeles sparkling at night in the background.


We then traveled to Kona, Hawaii where we saw the island from underneath the water and from the air via helicopter. DCIM100GOPROGOPR0143.Then we proceeded to Bora Bora in French Polynesia where I simply could not get over how gorgeous the water was. I’ve never seen anything quite as clear or as warm in my life.


Floating in the lagoon after a ride on a Catamaran with Four Seasons Bora Bora. Photo courtesy of my new GoPro Hero 4.

After French Polynesia, we visited Australia where the city of Sydney was our playground. The stop included more time in the air via seaplane this time (see top for a photo of the amazing view), a boat ride or two, some time with the animals out at Taronga Zoo and a few other fun surprises.


From Australia we proceeded to Indonesia where Bali was our home for a few nights of blissful relaxation and cultural enrichment. balicollage

Next we visited Thailand with stops in the Golden Triangle and Chiang MaiSAMSUNG CSC

We then traveled to India so we could visit the Taj Mahal in Agra and spend a night in Mumbai.SAMSUNG CSCSAMSUNG CSC

After India we traveled to Turkey where a day trip took us out to the ruins of Ephesus before we spent a few nights in Istanbul.SAMSUNG CSC

Now…we’re in London. And I am amazed at how wonderful a journey it was and how fast it all flew by. The words are hard to find right now. Except for the word: INCREDIBLE. It truly was an incredible journey.

To read the stories on Four Seasons Magazine, you can start —> here <— to view them all.

Or you can click through individually to:

Los Angeles


Bora Bora



I hope you enjoy what has been published so far and I look forward to sharing more soon!!

  • April 11, 2015

    Clicked through to the Four Seasons site– I’m loving all your gorgeous photos! Looks like an amazing (and exhausting!) experience. I’d have a hard time pulling myself away to get photos edited and stories up so quickly 🙂

  • April 11, 2015

    I’ve been following your journey on Instagram and this is the only thing I can say – WHAT A JOURNEY! The photos are amazing and I truly loved seeing the updates 🙂 I will go and check out the Four Season magazine now…

  • April 11, 2015

    Great photos and experience babe!

    • April 15, 2015

      Thank you so much my love! It was a good job to have, but it was hard to be away from you for a whole month in order to do the job.

  • April 13, 2015

    What an incredible journey you’ve been on. It’s been so much fun following along on social media and getting to meet up with you in Sydney. I look forward to reading your articles on the Four Seasons site J

  • April 15, 2015

    It appears I so need to connect with you on social media because I have been missing out! What an awesome adventure! I bet you are exhausted. Can’t wait to read all about this trip. Very lucky!

    • April 15, 2015

      Well I’d love that of course, Rebecca 😉 But I understand myself that it’s hard to keep up with everyone. I’m glad you want to know more though!

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