I soon realise that my assailant is not alone – and there is no escaping.
Author and travel writer Julie Miller scrapes a living writing about the things she loves: travel, riding horses and drinking cocktails on tropical beaches. Between airports, she lives in a rural retreat just beyond Sydney.
Julie Miller takes on LA in a day, attempting to ride from the Hollywood Hills to the sea on a bicycle.
Julie Miller discovers a spa where fun is as much part of the experience as relaxation.
Julie Miller plays hide and seek with Japan’s Mt Fuji, an icon of art, religion and popular culture.
In Santa Barbara, nature’s plenitude is showcased in markets, restaurants and farms. And it even has real coffee.
The cabin service was patchy, even in business class, but the food was great.
It was a small film that has had surprising impact on California wine country.
No one mixes tradition with off-the-wall quirkiness quite like the Japanese.
Tokyo's newest hotel blends modern minimalism with boutique luxury, Julie Miller discovers.
The best way to help improve the lives of captive animals is to do your homework, writes Julie Miller.
Unlike parts of Phuket that have descended into tawdry, Samui has retained a sense of style.
Artists and innovators are breathing new life into the ruinous landscape of Detroit, writes Julie Miller.