For today’s post, we’re featuring a light reading list for you to enjoy over the holiday. There’s nothing like catching a quiet moment after all the hubbub from Thanksgiving has died down. So kick back, with your newfound turkey belly and read some of our favorite handpicked travel and place stories from around the web:
Pakistan’s Martha Stewart. In this crossover feature from Roads & Kingdoms and Slate, find out why Zubaida Tariq is Pakistan’s most famous homemaker / TV star. http://roadsandkingdoms.com/2017/pakistans-martha-stewart/
Surrealist Refugees in the Tropics. Jacqueline Lamba, the scandalously beautiful artist and aquatic burlesque performer who enchanted Frida Kahlo, meets Suzanne Cesaire, known as the Black Panther of Négritude. https://www.guernicamag.com/surrealist-refugees-tropics/
Home is a Cup of Tea. Sketch artist and writer Candace Rose Rardon tells the story of her search for home through the different teas she has discovered while traveling. https://longreads.com/2017/07/03/home-is-a-cup-of-tea/
Life in the Ger. An Inner Adventure in Mongolia. http://www.sidetracked.com/life-in-the-ger/
Willamette Intl Travel agency will be closed Thursday and Friday this week for the holidays.