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Excellent news, podcast listeners. After a quick hiatus, Girls Who Journey is returning on September twenty ninth in a brand new format, however with the identical mission as at all times: to indicate that whereas journey and journey have traditionally been publicly claimed by males, women-identifying vacationers have at all times been a part of these narratives. Every week, Condé Nast Traveler articles director Lale Arikoglu shines a light-weight on a few of these tales, interviewing company about their most original journey tales—from going off-grid within the Danish wilderness to country-hopping solo—sharing her personal experiences touring across the globe, and tapping listeners to contribute their very own memorable tales.
In our first episode, Lale determines that she must problem herself and goes mountain climbing in Chilean Patagonia’s misty and remoted panorama. Nearer to house, she’s attempting to remain upright on a surfboard at New York’s Rockaway seashore. She additionally talks to creator Dorthe Nors about shifting from Copenhagen to dwell alongside the wild North Beach of Denmark, a spot referred to as ‘Chilly Hawaii’ and residential to a longstanding neighborhood of worldwide surfers. Plus, we hear from listeners who hike pilgrimage trails within the depths of winter and scale the Alps within the 95-degree summer time warmth.
This can be a podcast for anybody who’s curious in regards to the world—and excited to discover locations each close to and much from house. For a preview of the brand new episode pay attention beneath.
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