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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.

Latest Episodes

How to Actually Enjoy Your Next Work Trip

There are plenty of perks that come with frequent business travel. For one, you can rack up a ton of points and mile just by doing your job. Plus, you get to check out new cities, get to know locals, and explore—even if it's simply during a morning run or coffee break—somewhere new. But traveling for work can also take its toll, squashing your attempts at a routine and leaving you stuck in hotel rooms when you'd rather be in your own bed. To find the ideal balance, we asked two road warriors—Instagram's Kristie Dash and Gimlet Media's Christine Amorose Merrill—to talk through their strategies for fitting in a solo meal and making the most of their limited free time.Find the full show notes and a transcription of the episode here:Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

41 MIN6 days ago
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How to Actually Enjoy Your Next Work Trip

The Travels That Inspire Carla Lalli Music and Priya Krishna’s Cooking

This week's episode is a repeat from March 2019. Food has never been more tethered to travel. Instagram, Anthony Bourdain, and others have made the two things bound to each other. And so, we pulled in two of our favorite foodies—*Bon Appétit*'s food director Carla Music (of "Back to Back Chef" YouTube fame) and contributor Priya Krishna—to chat about why food always tastes better on vacation, what it takes to recreate our favorite dishes, and cover the trips that introduced us to new foods, from something as simple as fresh pita and hummus in Egypt to pillowy idlis in India. Find more information about Carla and Priya's new books in the episode's show notes, here:https://www.cntraveler.com/story/the-travels-that-inspire-our-cooking-women-who-travel-podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

45 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Travels That Inspire Carla Lalli Music and Priya Krishna’s Cooking

Maria Sharapova on Tennis, Travel, and Why She Likes to Get Lost on Vacation

Maria Sharapova loves Italy. She just got back from vacation in Italy. If you ask her where she wants to go on vacation next, it's Italy. (Ischia, Venice, Tuscany, and Sicily to be slightly more precise.) For the Olympic medalist and five time Grand Slam winner who travels more than 25 weeks out of the year, finding a place where you can just turn off is key—and quick three-day city breaks to Rome and Positano in between tournaments and training have done just that. This week, she's far from the Mediterranean, competing against Serena Williams in the first round of the U.S. Open in New York City—but before the Russian player hit the court, we sat down to chat about her love for the boot-shaped country, her favorite solo trips, and how she's made a home for herself in the U.S.Read the show notes and a full transcription of the episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/maria-sharapova-women-who-travel-podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

25 MIN3 weeks ago
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Maria Sharapova on Tennis, Travel, and Why She Likes to Get Lost on Vacation

What I Learned From Full-Time Travel—And Why I Stopped

For Jada Yuan, it was the job opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to visit 52 places in 52 weeks as The New York Times's 52 Places traveler. For Renee Hahnel, known on Instagram as Renee Roaming, full-time travel was a photography gig that meant piling into a tiny 15-by-six-foot van and photographing 59 national parks over nearly seven months. The two travelers did what we'd all love to do: pack up and just go, traveling without stopping for months on end. This week, the two—Renee just back from another photography trip to Kenya and Jada on vacation in the French Riviera—called in to share how they got started traveling full time, what it was really like, and how they're settling back into "normal" life. Read the show notes and a full transcription of the episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/what-i-learned-from-full-time-traveland-why-i-stopped-women-who-travel-podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 MIN3 weeks ago
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What I Learned From Full-Time Travel—And Why I Stopped

Author E. Jean Carroll on Her Feminist Road Trip Across America

When we heard that E. Jean Carroll—the same E. Jean behind *Elle*'s long-running advice column, Ask E. Jean—had recently embarked on a road trip through the midwest, only visiting towns named after women, we knew we had to give her a call. But when we heard it was all in search of an answer to the very specific question "what do we need men for?" we just couldn't wait. This episode, we talk through E. Jean's love of road trips (she once drove around the U.S. to stay at all of her exes homes for Esquire, how people responded to her question along the way, and the answers that she found. It's truly a ride.Find a full transcription of the episode, and a link to E. Jean's book, here:Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26 MINAUG 13
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Author E. Jean Carroll on Her Feminist Road Trip Across America

How to Plan a Trip Around Someone Else's Wedding

Here at the *Traveler* office, we love weddings. It's a time to see old friends, make a few new ones on the dance floor, and, if you're lucky, an excuse see a new city if only for a weekend. But with a finite number of vacation days to spend jetting to see "I dos" and do the Cha Cha Slide—and limited funds to dedicate to getting yourself there—you've got to maximize your time on the ground. So whether you can squeeze out a single dinner away from the wedding party, or extend your trip into a real vacation, we've got tips on making the most out of someone else's wedding, whether it's in Cape Town, Santa Fe, or your own backyard. Joined by Traveler's articles director Stephanie Wu and community editor Megan Spurrell, we break down the type of weddings we'd travel for, how to make the most of the few hours you have to spare, and what to give newlyweds that share your love of travel. Read a full transcription of the episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/how-to-plan-a-trip-aro...

32 MINAUG 6
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How to Plan a Trip Around Someone Else's Wedding

In Conversation With Ibeyi, Music's Coolest Sister Act

Music and travel are inextricable from each other. No matter where you go, and what you see while you're there, the sound of a place can forge an instant, lasting connection—fado in Portugal, reggaeton in Colombia, or jazz in New Orleans. So when the opportunity came along to team up with Pitchfork for a special live episode with Lisa-Kaindé Diaz and Naomi Diaz, the French-Cuban sister act behind Ibeyi, during Pitchfork Festival a few weeks ago, we couldn't have been more excited.Find a full transcription of the episode and show notes here:https://www.cntraveler.com/story/ibeyi-women-who-travel_____Earlier this year, Conde Nast Traveler launched Women Who Travel group trips to Colombia, and now we're heading Mexico on a nine-day trip that stops in Mexico City and Oaxaca. If you want to join, there are just 15 spots on our September 21-29 trip—and they’re filling up fast. For information on how to book, head to cntraveler.com/wwtmexico.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

37 MINJUL 30
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In Conversation With Ibeyi, Music's Coolest Sister Act

We Answer Your Frequently Asked Travel Questions, Part 3

We're back again—we've pulled burning questions from our Women Who Travel Facebook group (plus one incredible photo of a gnawed-on passport) and asked our editors to share their expertise. With Traveler's articles director Stephanie Wu, travel news director Erin Florio, and community editor Megan Spurrell, we shared our tips for staying warm on planes and getting photos while on solo trips. But we also hit a serious note, covering how to tackle travel and flight anxiety and how to be more environmentally conscious while on the road. If you want to submit a question for a future FAQ episode, drop it into the Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/womenwhotraveltheworld. Not only could you hear from Traveler editors themselves, but you'll have more than 130,000 women come to your aid, too._____Earlier this year, Conde Nast Traveler launched Women Who Travel group trips to Colombia, and now we're heading Mexico on a nine-day trip that stops in Mexico City and Oaxaca. If you want to join, there are just 15 spots on our September 21-29 trip—and they’re filling up fast. For information on how to book, head to cntraveler.com/wwtmexico.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 MINJUL 23
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We Answer Your Frequently Asked Travel Questions, Part 3

Blair Braverman on What it Took to Complete the Iditarod

In this week's episode, we sit down with adventurer, dog sledder, and author Blair Braverman to learn about just what it took to complete the legendary Iditarod race—from the rigorous, year-long training program to the discipline required to cross Alaska with zero assistance. Plus, we chat about why she has chosen to be so open about her experiences as a musher through her writing and social media presence. As she tells us during the episode, she hopes her storytelling will empower more of us to find our own place within the outdoors. Find more information about the episode in the show notes here: Follow Lale at @lalehannahFollow Meredith at @ohheytheremereLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

40 MINJUL 16
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Blair Braverman on What it Took to Complete the Iditarod

How to Plan the Ultimate Road Trip

We are out traveling once again—but don’t worry we’ll be back with new episodes very, very soon. This week, in honor of the summer travel spirit, we’re throwing it back with one of our favorite episodes from last summer: our ultimate guide to road trips. Joined by Mara Balagtas and Traveler community editor Megan Spurrell, we talk about some of the best road trips we've ever taken, compare notes on some of the most memorable routes in the U.S., and dish plenty of advice on everything from car maintenance to playlist making.You can find the original show notes for this episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/women-who-travel-podcast-how-to-plan-the-ultimate-road-tripAnd read our complete guide to road trips here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/the-complete-guide-to-road-tripsThis episode originally aired in May 2018.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

43 MINJUL 9
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How to Plan the Ultimate Road Trip

Latest Episodes

How to Actually Enjoy Your Next Work Trip

There are plenty of perks that come with frequent business travel. For one, you can rack up a ton of points and mile just by doing your job. Plus, you get to check out new cities, get to know locals, and explore—even if it's simply during a morning run or coffee break—somewhere new. But traveling for work can also take its toll, squashing your attempts at a routine and leaving you stuck in hotel rooms when you'd rather be in your own bed. To find the ideal balance, we asked two road warriors—Instagram's Kristie Dash and Gimlet Media's Christine Amorose Merrill—to talk through their strategies for fitting in a solo meal and making the most of their limited free time.Find the full show notes and a transcription of the episode here:Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

41 MIN6 days ago
Comments
How to Actually Enjoy Your Next Work Trip

The Travels That Inspire Carla Lalli Music and Priya Krishna’s Cooking

This week's episode is a repeat from March 2019. Food has never been more tethered to travel. Instagram, Anthony Bourdain, and others have made the two things bound to each other. And so, we pulled in two of our favorite foodies—*Bon Appétit*'s food director Carla Music (of "Back to Back Chef" YouTube fame) and contributor Priya Krishna—to chat about why food always tastes better on vacation, what it takes to recreate our favorite dishes, and cover the trips that introduced us to new foods, from something as simple as fresh pita and hummus in Egypt to pillowy idlis in India. Find more information about Carla and Priya's new books in the episode's show notes, here:https://www.cntraveler.com/story/the-travels-that-inspire-our-cooking-women-who-travel-podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

45 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Travels That Inspire Carla Lalli Music and Priya Krishna’s Cooking

Maria Sharapova on Tennis, Travel, and Why She Likes to Get Lost on Vacation

Maria Sharapova loves Italy. She just got back from vacation in Italy. If you ask her where she wants to go on vacation next, it's Italy. (Ischia, Venice, Tuscany, and Sicily to be slightly more precise.) For the Olympic medalist and five time Grand Slam winner who travels more than 25 weeks out of the year, finding a place where you can just turn off is key—and quick three-day city breaks to Rome and Positano in between tournaments and training have done just that. This week, she's far from the Mediterranean, competing against Serena Williams in the first round of the U.S. Open in New York City—but before the Russian player hit the court, we sat down to chat about her love for the boot-shaped country, her favorite solo trips, and how she's made a home for herself in the U.S.Read the show notes and a full transcription of the episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/maria-sharapova-women-who-travel-podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

25 MIN3 weeks ago
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Maria Sharapova on Tennis, Travel, and Why She Likes to Get Lost on Vacation

What I Learned From Full-Time Travel—And Why I Stopped

For Jada Yuan, it was the job opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to visit 52 places in 52 weeks as The New York Times's 52 Places traveler. For Renee Hahnel, known on Instagram as Renee Roaming, full-time travel was a photography gig that meant piling into a tiny 15-by-six-foot van and photographing 59 national parks over nearly seven months. The two travelers did what we'd all love to do: pack up and just go, traveling without stopping for months on end. This week, the two—Renee just back from another photography trip to Kenya and Jada on vacation in the French Riviera—called in to share how they got started traveling full time, what it was really like, and how they're settling back into "normal" life. Read the show notes and a full transcription of the episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/what-i-learned-from-full-time-traveland-why-i-stopped-women-who-travel-podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 MIN3 weeks ago
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What I Learned From Full-Time Travel—And Why I Stopped

Author E. Jean Carroll on Her Feminist Road Trip Across America

When we heard that E. Jean Carroll—the same E. Jean behind *Elle*'s long-running advice column, Ask E. Jean—had recently embarked on a road trip through the midwest, only visiting towns named after women, we knew we had to give her a call. But when we heard it was all in search of an answer to the very specific question "what do we need men for?" we just couldn't wait. This episode, we talk through E. Jean's love of road trips (she once drove around the U.S. to stay at all of her exes homes for Esquire, how people responded to her question along the way, and the answers that she found. It's truly a ride.Find a full transcription of the episode, and a link to E. Jean's book, here:Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26 MINAUG 13
Comments
Author E. Jean Carroll on Her Feminist Road Trip Across America

How to Plan a Trip Around Someone Else's Wedding

Here at the *Traveler* office, we love weddings. It's a time to see old friends, make a few new ones on the dance floor, and, if you're lucky, an excuse see a new city if only for a weekend. But with a finite number of vacation days to spend jetting to see "I dos" and do the Cha Cha Slide—and limited funds to dedicate to getting yourself there—you've got to maximize your time on the ground. So whether you can squeeze out a single dinner away from the wedding party, or extend your trip into a real vacation, we've got tips on making the most out of someone else's wedding, whether it's in Cape Town, Santa Fe, or your own backyard. Joined by Traveler's articles director Stephanie Wu and community editor Megan Spurrell, we break down the type of weddings we'd travel for, how to make the most of the few hours you have to spare, and what to give newlyweds that share your love of travel. Read a full transcription of the episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/how-to-plan-a-trip-aro...

32 MINAUG 6
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How to Plan a Trip Around Someone Else's Wedding

In Conversation With Ibeyi, Music's Coolest Sister Act

Music and travel are inextricable from each other. No matter where you go, and what you see while you're there, the sound of a place can forge an instant, lasting connection—fado in Portugal, reggaeton in Colombia, or jazz in New Orleans. So when the opportunity came along to team up with Pitchfork for a special live episode with Lisa-Kaindé Diaz and Naomi Diaz, the French-Cuban sister act behind Ibeyi, during Pitchfork Festival a few weeks ago, we couldn't have been more excited.Find a full transcription of the episode and show notes here:https://www.cntraveler.com/story/ibeyi-women-who-travel_____Earlier this year, Conde Nast Traveler launched Women Who Travel group trips to Colombia, and now we're heading Mexico on a nine-day trip that stops in Mexico City and Oaxaca. If you want to join, there are just 15 spots on our September 21-29 trip—and they’re filling up fast. For information on how to book, head to cntraveler.com/wwtmexico.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

37 MINJUL 30
Comments
In Conversation With Ibeyi, Music's Coolest Sister Act

We Answer Your Frequently Asked Travel Questions, Part 3

We're back again—we've pulled burning questions from our Women Who Travel Facebook group (plus one incredible photo of a gnawed-on passport) and asked our editors to share their expertise. With Traveler's articles director Stephanie Wu, travel news director Erin Florio, and community editor Megan Spurrell, we shared our tips for staying warm on planes and getting photos while on solo trips. But we also hit a serious note, covering how to tackle travel and flight anxiety and how to be more environmentally conscious while on the road. If you want to submit a question for a future FAQ episode, drop it into the Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/womenwhotraveltheworld. Not only could you hear from Traveler editors themselves, but you'll have more than 130,000 women come to your aid, too._____Earlier this year, Conde Nast Traveler launched Women Who Travel group trips to Colombia, and now we're heading Mexico on a nine-day trip that stops in Mexico City and Oaxaca. If you want to join, there are just 15 spots on our September 21-29 trip—and they’re filling up fast. For information on how to book, head to cntraveler.com/wwtmexico.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 MINJUL 23
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We Answer Your Frequently Asked Travel Questions, Part 3

Blair Braverman on What it Took to Complete the Iditarod

In this week's episode, we sit down with adventurer, dog sledder, and author Blair Braverman to learn about just what it took to complete the legendary Iditarod race—from the rigorous, year-long training program to the discipline required to cross Alaska with zero assistance. Plus, we chat about why she has chosen to be so open about her experiences as a musher through her writing and social media presence. As she tells us during the episode, she hopes her storytelling will empower more of us to find our own place within the outdoors. Find more information about the episode in the show notes here: Follow Lale at @lalehannahFollow Meredith at @ohheytheremereLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

40 MINJUL 16
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Blair Braverman on What it Took to Complete the Iditarod

How to Plan the Ultimate Road Trip

We are out traveling once again—but don’t worry we’ll be back with new episodes very, very soon. This week, in honor of the summer travel spirit, we’re throwing it back with one of our favorite episodes from last summer: our ultimate guide to road trips. Joined by Mara Balagtas and Traveler community editor Megan Spurrell, we talk about some of the best road trips we've ever taken, compare notes on some of the most memorable routes in the U.S., and dish plenty of advice on everything from car maintenance to playlist making.You can find the original show notes for this episode here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/women-who-travel-podcast-how-to-plan-the-ultimate-road-tripAnd read our complete guide to road trips here: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/the-complete-guide-to-road-tripsThis episode originally aired in May 2018.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

43 MINJUL 9
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How to Plan the Ultimate Road Trip

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