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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.

Would You Like to Travel With Us? You’ve Asked, and We’re Seriously Curious

We’ve heard from so many of you that you love to travel, and that traveling in good company (e.g. with people like you) is part of what makes a trip wonderful and fun. Many of you have even said that you would love to travel with us. So we...

Grow a New Body: The Ultimate Wellness Experience With Six Senses

On my wish list, Grow a New Body, a groundbreaking program from Six Senses. We first heard about it from wellness pioneer and Global Wellness ambassador Anna Bjurstam. What got our attention? Grow a New Body combines the latest in neuroscience with the ancient wisdom of shamans who see...

Recipes Inspired by a Great Trip: Shakshouka Mornings in Morocco

Part of my quarantine survival plan has been turning Sunday breakfasts into "hotel breakfasts." We conjure up our favorite breakfasts from travels around the world, and make a spread that helps transport us there.This weekend's hotel breakfast: Shakshouka (aka Shakshuka), a hearty and satisfying spicy egg dish. The last...

5 Winter Gear Essentials From World-Walker Libby DeLana: No Such Thing as Bad Weather

There's a Norwegian saying, “Det finnes ikke dårlig vær, bare dårlig klær!” which translates to “There is no bad weather, only bad clothes!” In other words, no excuses!To help us all get outside, we asked our favorite world-circumference-walking expert Libby DeLana to share her favorite high-performing winter gear picks.  Libby’s Top...

Pilar Guzmán, 50: Beautiful Urgency, Rewilding, Short Transforming Trips, and the Longest Journey Yet

Pilar Guzmán has lived. As the editor-in-chief of Condé Nast Traveler, she rose to the top of her field, worked with an A-list of creative soulmates, and stepped foot in more far away places than many people ever could, even with multiple lifetimes. We talk to her about her...

Books We Love: Autumn Light by Pico Iyer

Winter is a time of going in, turning down the heat of summer. Autumn Light, by favorite travel writer Pico Iyer, is a book we love, bring us memories of what travel can be. Iyer writes with a rare sensitivity and poise, and in this book he embraces the...

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...

Anna Beuselinck, 54: Mother Nature as Her Boss, Raising Some Good Trouble in Hopland, USA

For Anna Beuselinck, fierce independence has long been central to her professional life, from taking a post in Moscow in her early 20s, to moving to China for Nike, to starting her own business. Her latest adventure, Visionary/Life Gardener at Campovida, explodes her out of a comfy life into...

Strolling Through Florence: The Zero-Carbon Un-Travel Family Reunion on Discover Live

Last night I virtually strolled through the streets of Florence with my family. Could our virtual family reunion be part of the future of travel? We think with Discover Live it could be. Last night my mom, sis, and I walked around Florence together. We people-watched along the Ponte Vecchio,...

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, fins, and...
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