Welcome to the End of Tourism, a podcast about wanderlust, exile, and radical hospitality. For some, tourism can entail learning, freedom, and financial survival. For others, it means the loss of culture, land, and lineage. Our conversations explore the unauthorized histories and consequences of modern travel. They are dispatches from the resistance. Hosted by Chris Christou.
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I like many other cultural orphans have been drawn to travel- mostly within my own country. And have been providing radical hospitality for years too. So many of the ideas expressed by the host and speakers have come to me too- it’s so great to be able to chew down on them more. Hope to find time to join on the Patreon discussions soon. more
So glad to know that there’s a place being made for these conversations. So many great and important questions being asked here. Thank you!
This was an interesting interview Chris. Dr Ivan Murray Mas raises many good points. Time constraints of course limit a deeper dive. That said a good indication of a successful interview is that the listener is left with a good many questions! more
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