Women Who Travel
Summary: Condé Nast Traveler editors Lale Arikoglu and Meredith Carey dissect the realities of traveling as a woman today, high-fiving all those shaking things up in food, hospitality, adventure, and travel journalism, and celebrating all the reasons why we refuse to stay home.
For our guests this week, childhood vacations meant a cousin's house in Alexandria or New Delhi. Thanks to Huffington Post reporter Rowaida Abdelaziz for joining us in the studio, and to Priya Krishna, author of the upcoming cookbook Indian-ish, for calling in while on the move in Queens (forgive us for the varying sound quality this week).
We sit down with Lindsey Stanberry, Refinery29's Work and Money Director and author of the new book 'Money Diaries: Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About Your Finances... And Everyone Else's'
This week, we're throwing it back to our very first episode about all things solo travel. It's a topic that comes up time and time again, so we turned to our favorite solo travelers, including Jessica Nabongo, Cynthia Drescher, and Traveler's Erin Florio. Check back next week for a brand new episode.
From editors who studied in Spain, Australia, India, and, well, on a ship.
This week, we hash it out over our worst airport habits, from hovering at the gate to hogging the overhead space.
From Paraguay to Lithuania, we compare the places that surprised us the most.
Meet Jaimie Monahan, an ultramarathon and cold-water swimmer who has pitted herself against some of the world’s harshest bodies of water.
Originally recorded for Condé Nast Traveler's other podcast, Travelogue, four 'Traveler' moms share how they plan to make every summer with their kids count.
A chat with Jen Rubio, co-founder of Away and one of the women changing the landscape of travel.
Tyler Wetherall traveled more than most as a kid, but it wasn't for vacation—it was a necessity.
Two editors discover the joy of traveling by ship.
According to women who have actually done it.
Joined by Traveler’s managing editor, Paulie Dibner, and associate publisher at Riverhead Books, Jynne Dilling Martin, we’ve dedicated our episode this week to all things beach read. Tune in to hear us weigh up exactly what that means and debate why female authors end up getting cast under that genre so much more than men,
Joined by Anna McGorman, director of culinary operations at Milk Bar, Rachel Karten, senior social media manager at Bon Appetit, and Traveler's very own editorial assistant, Bridget Hallinan, listen to us wax lyrical about some of the most surprising, creative, and downright delicious meals we've ever eaten.
It's okay to skip Paris the first go-round.