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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.

    Mind. Body. Tummy.

    Travel-Tummy Savior There are those whose tummy travels well, and those whose doesn't. Mine is in the category of doesn’t. Especially after an overnight flight. There are many schools of thought on how best to avoid stomach distress while traveling, from not eating anything on the plane (your system can't...

    Verdi’s Home: Build a Holiday Around It

    AGEIST Hotels You Can Build a Holiday Around: Antica Corte Pallavicina This is our second entry in our series of “hotels you can build a holiday around.” See our first post here. Our current enchantment: Antica Corte Pallavicina, located in the Italian countryside not so far from Parma. This hotel falls in the...

    What to Do in Jeju

    What to Do in JejuWhere is Jeju? South Korea. The island lies in the Korea Strait, below the Korean Peninsula, south of the South Jeolla Province.  Why go: Jeju Island is one of the world's New 7 Wonders of Nature, including waterfalls, white sand beaches and a dormant volcano —...

    Heroic Divers of Jeju 

    Our Travel Editor Talks to Fellow Adventurist Alain Schroeder  We don’t know about you, but our grandmothers don’t spend their days in a wetsuit. Nor can they hold their breath underwater for two minutes. We are so inspired by this exquisite body of work by photojournalist Alain Schroeder that we...

    The Future of Wellness 2020: What Has Gotten Our Attention

    Our team attended the Global Wellness Summit’s “The Future of Wellness 2020” in New York this week. And while we are still taking in the immense amount of knowledge shared, we wanted to share a few things that stood out for us. Rebranded Aging is Catching On First, we can’t help...

    The Positivity of Salt: A Visit to a Modern Salt Cave

    When choosing how to spend one hour in wellness, how do we spend it? We can sweat it out, run it off, ride it through, lift, stretch, swim, be facialed or massaged, sit in ceremony, etc. There are seemingly endless choices. This week we tried something new: salt therapy.Salt...

    India: Accidental Trip Leads to Side Hustle

    We all have our travel heroes — the people who seem to be able to navigate the world with ease, thrive in any culture they visit, and find the most beautiful, interesting, and special things/experiences along the way. Heidi Kelso is this for us: an intrepid traveler, top-of-her-game entertainment...

    My 5 Dream Destinations for 2019

    Dreaming up your next trip is almost as fun as traveling itself.It is where you cast your desires forward, follow a thread of curiosity, and sometimes project outwardly an inward version of yourself that may otherwise go ignored — how you want to feel, whose footsteps you want to...

    3 Favorite Things: Travel Books

    Conservationist's Dream Begins in Africa I Dreamed of Africa.There are many great Africa books, but our favorite is by Kuki Gallmann. The book deals with her introduction to Kenya in the '60s — the death of her husband, her snake-obsessed son, and the establishment of her gigantic farm in Kenya's Great Rift Valley which...

    Escape into Christmas (or Any Day) in Michoacán, Mexico

    I remember the feeling coming up to the holidays. We wanted to go somewhere where we could really feel Christmas. Not the shopping and decorations, but the warmth. We were craving a heart-felt counterpoint to nearly everything in the media, a softness in people’s eyes, and a gentleness of...
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