Recently we had the opportunity to sit down with Tony Wheeler, the founder of Lonely Planet, in San Francisco. He was on a whirlwind tour in the United States promoting his new book, Bad Lands: A Tourist on the Axis of Evil. We spent about an hour in the interview. Immediately following his book promotion tour he was off to attempt a climb of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa 5,895 meters (19,340 feet). We asked him a series of questions - this is … [Read more...]
Our interviews focus on the travel, entertainment and lifestyle industry,
with people who are making valuable contributions in their particular fields.
Kimberly Fisher writes for a number of travel publications and is a prolific traveler. She is also involved with a number of charities (see her bio at the end of this interview). Recently we had the opportunity to ask her about some of her projects, travel advice and travel writing. Q. What was your initial inspiration for traveling? My family has always been very nomadic. We grew up in Alaska and my parents, being … [Read more...]
Ms. Huwiler is currently preparing for an upcoming theatrical performance at the Electric Lodge Theatre in Venice, Los Angeles as well as promoting African artworks through her exhibitions in both New York and Los Angeles. Recently we had a chance to ask her a few questions about her acting career, interest in art and travels. Q. I read in the current edition of "Los Angeles" magazine a quote from Susan Holmes, a model who is married … [Read more...]