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What's Your Story? The People #Influencing Travel

Updated: Nov 12, 2019



Curiosity Magazine founder Rebecca Holland breaks down the differences from a travel influencer and blogger to a journalist and what that means for objectivity in the travel media you consume. Then, we found out that #GatesOfHeaven is a picture of lies and we discuss the places that inspire fernweh.


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Want to learn more? Us too. So here are some show notes for all of our fellow research geeks out there.


Show Notes:

First Stop:

Here's the story about Gates of Heaven in Bali that first caught our eye.


Interview: Rebecca Holland

Rebecca's excellent article defining travel industry terminology convinced us that she would be the perfect person to discuss the topic on the show. Kevin Roose's article provides some insight into the rise of the influencer.


For context when you travel, the Guides For Curious Travelers that we discussed are a good place to start.


Language Love:

Fernweh (German) Far sickness

Well, it's a little more nuanced than that. You'll have to listen.


Which places inspire fernweh for you?

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