Every summer I go to my family’s country house in the South of France, it’s a little town in the middle of the vineyards called Puisserguier. There’s not much to do except eat, drink and play with my nephews and nieces. While I’m in the south I usually stop by Arles for the Photo Festival (34 rue du Docteur Fanton, 13200 Arles; +1 33 4 90 96 76 06) and stay at the Nord Pinus (14 Place du Forum, 13200 Arles; +1 33 4 90 93 44 44).
Every year I got to Harbor Island in August and stay at The Ocean View with my boyfriend and his family — it’s a very special place.
I don’t have much time to travel outside of family obligations, but as soon as I have more time I would love to go to Japan.
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I’m one of those people who stresses out a lot when traveling so I like to be extra organized: I keep my passport, greencard and boarding pass in a cute little Saks Potts pouch, and always make sure I include a comfy hoodie, my headphones and my precious inflatable foot rest in my carry on (it’s a life saver if you travel in economy class).