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Though travel and adventure have historically been publicly claimed by men, women have always been part of those narratives, too. Each week, host and Condé Nast Traveler editor Lale Arikoglu shines a light on some of those stories, interviewing female-identifying guests about their most unique travel tales—from going off-grid in the Danish wilderness to country-hopping solo—sharing her own experiences traveling around the globe, and tapping listeners to contribute their own memorable stories ...
 
TD, a leading travel trade news outlet, aims to inspire more women (and men) in the travel industry with features highlighting the incredible stories of women in travel who are successful in their own right – from prodigious top executives who ascended the competitive corporate ladder to extraordinary women at the grassroots level. TD and the IWTA (Inspiring Women in Travel Asia) Committee aims to shine the spotlight and advocate for all the inspiring women in the travel, tourism and hospita ...
 
Equipping Women over 50 to Safely Travel in Confidence Is fear holding you back from traveling because you don’t have anyone to go with? Are you concerned about being a woman traveling alone? Not sure how to prepare for a solo trip? Do family and friends think you are crazy for even considering solo travel in this day and age? In this podcast, you will become equipped to travel safely by yourself. You’ll learn things like tactical travel tips and how to prepare for a trip, and how to overcom ...
 
Black Women Travel Podcast shares the stories of Black women who dare to make travel a priority. Yes, in this economy. This community of bold women from all over the world have varied travel stories including short-term travelers based in a country, to long-term travelers living as digital nomads or working abroad. Listen in to hear how they’re able to use travel as a means to connect with themselves and others. Celebrate good times! You now have the opportunity to become an Official Nomad C ...
 
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Losing or running out of money while traveling alone can be a concern. Follow these tips to secure and protect your money while traveling. 1) Money Belt or other concealed pockets, which is better? Money belts are widely known by most people and are not necessarily safe anymore. Don't advertise where your money is hidden. Try concealed pockets in u…
 
Our voices are a defining quality of who we are—but often go underappreciated, argues Lake Bell. This week, Lale chats with the writer-actor-director-producer about her new audiobook with Pushkin Industries, ‘Inside Voice: My Obsession with How We Sound,' to find out just how much of our personal histories and travels are captured by our voices, an…
 
Are you traveling during the holidays? In general the holidays can be stressful enough but even more so if you are traveling during this time. If you can be flexible with your travel dates, try to pick days/dates that are less busy. The busiest days to travel are: the day before Thanksgiving (in the US) and the Sunday after Thanksgiving and two day…
 
A last-minute party with no menu inspiration. A kitchen with no space. A toddler who will only eat buttered pasta. Name your dinner emergency—Bon Appétit is here to help. Dinner SOS is the podcast where we answer desperate home cooks' cries for help. In every episode, food director Chris Morocco and a rotating cast of cooking experts tackle a highl…
 
Senior Assistant Vice President and General Manager Banyan Tree Bangkok Growing up in Northern Thailand, she found her passion to be history and thought she’d be an historian. However her love for service and people steered her into the hospitality industry. Her impressive career has taken her from starting as the Duty Manager at Banyan Tree 26 yea…
 
What do we gain—and leave behind—when we move abroad? Lale chats with Lebanese poet Zeina Hashem Beck, whose third poetry collection, 'O,' was released this summer, about moving away from her beloved Beirut and hopping between countries until arriving in her current home of California. Plus, listeners share stories about the challenges, joys, and s…
 
Every country has a passport system to identify citizen of that country. Most of what I am sharing here relates to US citizens, but everyone should has a passport for international travel. What is the difference between a Passport book, Passport card and the new Real ID requirements? Passport book is best for international travel and for identifica…
 
In 2007 Christine decided she wanted to create a Travel Magazine and with her great discipline and positive mindset did exactly that, literally the next day. Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-speaks-with-christine-olivares-cunanan
 
Solo travel is lauded as one of the most exciting ways to see the world—and for good reason. It's adventurous, eye-opening, unpredictable, transformative. But it can also be challenging and, at some points, a little lonely, even for the most experienced of travelers. Lale chats with Jessica Nabongo, who in 2019 became the first documented Black wom…
 
Is fear holding you back from traveling solo? Discover 4 ways to overcome these fears. 1) Change Your Mindset. If you are consumed with worry and fear, you will become frozen and not move forward to travel. By looking at things from a positive mindset, can erase those fears and combat all the "what ifs" . I call it "Flip the Script". In most cases …
 
Sukeerti has been working in the travel and tourism industry for almost 20 years in different roles and capacities. An explorer, product developer and travel designer, Sukeerti has also worked in philanthropy and sustainable tourism. Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-speaks-with-sukeerti-raikwar-soulful-safaris…
 
The past six weeks have seen historic demonstrations sweep across Iran following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, with protesters—the majority of whom are women—taking to the streets to address the country's status quo. Lale chats with Iranian-American cookbook author Naz Deravian, whose book Bottom of the Pot: Persian Recipes and Stories, won…
 
Background: She wanted to be a doctor when she was a young girl to help people from suffering. Whilst traveling with her family, she found passion for our industry where she decided that the tourism industry would be her future. CONTINUE READING MORE HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-speaks-with-monchanok-adhyansakul…
 
What is solo travel and why would anyone want to travel alone? Solo travel can be arranged with group tours, cruises or completely on your own. If you are overwhelmed and fearful of solo traveling, you may want to start with a group in which they will do all the planning for you. Or start small with a day trip by yourself and drive somewhere close …
 
The nights in the northern hemisphere are drawing in, which means whispering stories of witches and spirits are top of mind for many of us. Lale chats with Mexico City-based author Brenda Lozano, whose new novel Witches looks at the lives of Mexican women who inherit gifts, and draws inspiration from the true story of a Mazatec Indigenous healer, o…
 
The world is a turbulent place in 2022, but it's often traveling—whether for pleasure or out of necessity—that can shine a light on the enduring kindness and hospitality of strangers. Lale chats with London-based actor, cookbook author, and theater producer Dina Mousawi about her work with refugees around the world, as well as her own Iraqi heritag…
 
Having grown up exploring much of Europe by train, Lale takes a look at how rail travel can offer one of the most exciting—and interesting—ways to see a new place, and chats with author and journalist Monisha Rajesh about the time she took 80 train journeys around India, and later, the whole world, traversing the railways of Russia, Tibet, Canada, …
 
Lale talks to two of her favorite authors about two cities that she’s most connected with—Rebecca Mead about London and Elif Batuman on Istanbul—and asks the question: What do you learn about a city by walking around it instead of driving through it? "You want to knit yourself into the fabric of a place and see your story knitted into it," says Mea…
 
It's been a challenging couple of years during the pandemic but we are starting to travel again. Host Lale Arikoglu determines that she needs to challenge herself and goes hiking in Chilean Patagonia in a misty, rainy, and isolated landscape. Closer to home she’s trying to stay upright on a surfboard at New York’s Rockaway beach even though she’s s…
 
Born and raised in the Philippines, Carmela brings over 30 years of impressive experience and wealth of knowledge in the hospitality industry. She was no stranger to hard work and moving through the ranks, growing up with two hard working parents who cheered their children on to succeed in life. Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailym…
 
Though travel and adventure have historically been publicly claimed by men, women have always been part of those narratives, too. Each week, host and Condé Nast Traveler editor Lale Arikoglu shines a light on some of those stories, interviewing female-identifying guests about their most unique travel tales—from going off-grid in the Danish wilderne…
 
Liz is from a Philippine heritage and grew up in the states. Early in her career she wanted to be a scientist but quickly learnt she was more passionate about people than molecules. Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-speaks-with-liz-ortiguera-pata
 
Lily was born in Thailand and early in her life moved to Singapore where she stayed til in her late teens. She returned to Thailand for university and upon graduation moved to Japan. Her studies and overseas adventures eventually brought her to New York, an opportunity of a life-time, but not without it’s challenges Continue reading more HERE - htt…
 
Growing up on the countryside, outside Siem Reap, Sina had dreams of getting a good job and making money to support her family. She knew she had to study to be able to fulfill this dream. Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-speaks-with-sina-lorn-discova
 
Growing up in a small farming community outside of Hanoi, Huong’s dream was to become a teacher. She loved reading books and going to school from an early age inspired by her uncle who was a qualified teacher. Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-huong-dang-hopebox-vn
 
Ayu grew up in the paradise of Bali and was surrounded by her family who all worked in the tourism industry. As a little girl she dreamt of following their career path and saw how travel help people connect and how much you can learn about someone else. Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-speaks-ayu-kristiana-discova-…
 
Growing up in India, part of a family where a rich culture and traditions were proudly shared and celebrated and where education played a big part in her upbringing, Dr Avita found the perfect recipe for her future career. Continue reading more HERE - www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-avita-khawas-walkaroundiindia…
 
Connect with me in the internet streets!!! Let me know what you’ve been up to, what you like about Black Women Travl, and what you’re looking for. Give it up for this year’s #IBWTJ22 sponsor Moon Travel Guides!!! Moon Travel Guides is on a mission to advocate for independent, active, and conscious travel. Their program is simple: Wherever they cove…
 
From her training days at Flight Training Adelaide to volunteering at Hong Kong Youth Aviation Academy (HKYAA) as an instructor, she dons many hats Continue reading more HERE - https://www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-christina-ho-airline-pilot/
 
The 3rd Annual International Black Women Travel Jubilee is hybrid this year! Come meet with us in Tbilisi, Georgia, or if you’re not able to come in-person, join us for the Online Experience. Get more info and buy tickets here! https://BlackWomenTravl.com/IBWTJ Meet Speaker Lequita Brooks! Lequita Brooks transformed her life from social assistance …
 
The 3rd Annual International Black Women Travel Jubilee is hybrid this year! Come meet with us in Tbilisi, Georgia, or if you’re not able to come in-person, join us for the Online Experience. Get more info and buy tickets here! https://BlackWomenTravl.com/IBWTJ Meet Speaker Kathy Hampton! Kathy is relatively new to travel for pleasure, exploration …
 
The 3rd Annual International Black Women Travel Jubilee is hybrid this year! Come meet with us in Tbilisi, Georgia, or if you’re not able to come in-person, join us for the Online Experience. Get more info and buy tickets here! https://BlackWomenTravl.com/IBWTJ Meet Speaker Chrishan Wright! Chrishan Wright is the founder of Blaxit Global, a platfor…
 
Growing up as the child of immigrants Emily learnt to become a productive bridge earlier on, something she really enjoyed doing. Helping one side see the perspectives of the other side. This interest has become what has fueled her successful career. Continue reading HERE - www.traveldailymedia.com/iwta-speaks-with-emily-chang-mccann…
 
The 3rd Annual International Black Women Travel Jubilee is hybrid this year! Come meet with us in Tbilisi, Georgia, or if you’re not able to come in-person, join us for the Online Experience. Get more info and buy tickets here! https://BlackWomenTravl.com/IBWTJ Meet Speaker Paula Simon! Paula is a Believer, mother, grandmother, and Financial Adviso…
 
Meet Michaela Connor, Regional People & Culture Leaders for Discova, living in Phuket. BACKGROUND: She grew up in Sweden and always dreamt of traveling the world. After graduating she left Sweden and hasn’t looked back since. Her travels took her to New Zealand in 2016 where she started working for the industry that was aligned with her passion; th…
 
Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Aisha. In this chapter Aisha talks about what it has meant to her to be Nigerian and Ghanainan, Christian and Muslim, and a queer Black woman. She talks about being sent from London to Nigeria at a young age, and when she returned, the reverse culture shock she experienced. Aisha say…
 
This week, we're popping in during our break to share some updates. Follow Lale: @lalehannah Follow Meredith: @ohheytheremere Follow Women Who Travel: @womenwhotravel Sign up for the newsletter: cntraveler.com/newsletter/subscribe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesبقلم Condé Nast Traveler
 
This is a chat I had with the Black Women Digital Nomad Entrepreneurs group on Facebook back in 2019. Join the Nomad Crew Collective! If you’re looking for curated opportunities and intimate access to the knowledge that’s going to help you travel better, longer, and make money online, we’re it baby! We have monthly subscriptions starting at only $3…
 
Hey girl! This is an excerpt of a conversation I had for Wanderful with Sapphire Kharyzma and Dr. A’isha La’don Abdul Rahman about what it means to be free these days. Freedom can be a complicated topic and experience for Black folks. Join Wanderful for a conversation about how travel has helped the Black community explore what it means to be free,…
 
I had the pleasure of chatting with Trav and Jason from Location Indie about my travel, wellness, and entrepreneurship journey. Join the Nomad Crew Collective! If you’re looking for curated opportunities and intimate access to the knowledge that’s going to help you travel better, longer, and make money online, we’re it baby! We have monthly subscri…
 
This is a casual conversational series with real-life therapists and social workers from our community. Join the Nomad Crew Collective! If you’re looking for curated opportunities and intimate access to the knowledge that’s going to help you travel better, longer, and make money online, we’re it baby! We have monthly subscriptions starting at only …
 
This is a casual conversational series with real-life therapists and social workers from our community. Join the Nomad Crew Collective! If you’re looking for curated opportunities and intimate access to the knowledge that’s going to help you travel better, longer, and make money online, we’re it baby! We have monthly subscriptions starting at only …
 
This is a casual conversational series with real-life therapists and social workers from our community. Join the Nomad Crew Collective! If you’re looking for curated opportunities and intimate access to the knowledge that’s going to help you travel better, longer, and make money online, we’re it baby! We have monthly subscriptions starting at only …
 
Shoba fell into the world of tourism almost by accident. She was a science major, who didn’t want to be a doctor or a teacher, and who then studied journalism as a post-graduate. Uninspired by the work she was able to find, Shoba was invited by a travel company to write itineraries for them, and so her travel career began! Continue reading more HER…
 
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