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    Patricia Garcia-Gomez

    Patricia Garcia-Gomez
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    Patricia Garcia-Gomez is a writer and artist working with visual media and sound. She is the editor of Travel by Ageist and a contributor to the Discovery Channel, Travel Channel and The Private Journal (Europe). Her work is also part of the permanent archives of the Tate Modern, the Museum of Arts & Design in New York, the Buhl Collection, and The Harwood Museum in New Mexico.

    My Favorite, Almost Perfect, Swim Fins

    My mornings are where the magic happens. I live close to a long stretch of beach along the North Fork of Long Island, and I greet it each day with a long, luxuriously free swim. The ritual goes something like this:Up at 7amCoffee while suiting upGoggles, swim cap,...

    Yolanda Edwards, 51: Adventure-Seeking Beauty Hunter “The There Is Here”

    What do you do when life leads you to a dream job, which beautifully syncs with the values you hold dear? You've worked hard your whole life to get yourself to this position; working alongside people you admire, doing what you love. It's wonderful. Then boom, just before you...

    This Fall The Italian Job’s Self-Preservation Society Is on Its Way…To Yorkshire, to Be Precise

    Fans of the iconic film The Italian Job who drive a MINI car (or any vehicle featured in the film) and have always wanted to explore the picturesque Yorkshire countryside will simply love this autumn's staycation MINI break.Inspired by the 1969 Michael Caine film of the same name, the...

    The Menu: Fire-Roasted Eggplant. Simple, Delicious, Inspired by a Great Trip

    A delicious recipe for smoky eggplant discovered on a dream eating tour of Israel This simple recipe for fire-roasted eggplant comes from Ned Baldwin, NYC chef and author of How to Dress an Egg. He discovered its memorable goodness on a dream food adventure: eating his way through Israel on...

    Places We Dream of Being: Greece

    As I conjure up how I want to feel, I conjure Greece, the feeling of summer, and the sensations that linger. To travel, we need not go somewhere with our body. We can go there with our mind, with our senses, with words, a sound, a song, or a...

    Libby DeLana, 58: Walker, Fly Fisher, Flier, Traveler of Transportive Landscapes

    Walking is not just exercise, it is moving in space and time in a different way. It’s connection to nature and self — two huge, adventurous worlds that you could travel within endlessly, with no boundaries.If anyone knows this, it is Libby DeLana, master walker. I first found Libby...

    New on Our To-Experience List: Fly Fishing!

    Inspired by our cover story with Libby DeLana, we are putting rookie fly fishing on our to-experience list. We are called by the wide open waters, and the fact that fly fishing can be intensely solitary and wonderfully social at the same time. Plus, doesn't it look like she's...

    The Italian Grandmother Master Class in Pasta. Nonna Live with AGEIST, Virtual Cooking Experience

    We’re dreaming about fresh pasta, lavender fields, and copious amounts of red wine in the Italian countryside. Until we can get back to Italy, we are bringing Italy to you. We can fill our hearts and bellies with good old-fashioned love, Italian grandmother-style. Sì, per favore!Introducing Nonna Live with...

    The Menu: Kitchari. Simple, Immune-Boosting, Inspired by a Great Trip

    This recipe for Kitchari, a simple, immune-boosting, and beautiful dish, comes to us from Laura Chávez Silverman of The Outside Institute.Kitchari, a delicious mainstay of Indian cuisine known as “the mother of natural healing,” is a combination of split yellow mung beans and white basmati rice cooked with ghee...

    Home Your Home With Paz: Bring the Warmth of Oaxaca to You

    To travel, we need not go somewhere with our body. We can go there with our senses, with words, with a sound or song, and, of course, with an image. We can go there with a smell, a flavor, or a story recounted from a friend.We can also go...
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