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Podcast Episode 9 with Cory Lee

Jeff speaks with Cory Lee, an internationally known advocate for disabled travelers. Natalie and Jeff discuss disaster tourism, we listen to wonderful fusion jazz by Yazz Ahmed, and quiz you about a Oaxacan snack.

Have a listen!


Resources for the books, organizations & music in Episode 9:

Opening story by Jeff Greenwald, excepted from Scratching the Surface:
tinyurl.com/y7qtbs5d

Himalayan Writers Workshop, Feb-March 2018 – it’s not too late!
himalayanwritersworkshop.com/turning-the- wheel

Interview: Wheelchair travel adventurer Cory Lee:
curbfreewithcorylee.com/
facebook.com/groups/AccessibleTravelClub/
* Note – An audio glitch cuts off the last name of author Sir Richard Francis Burton

Check out The Ten Best Ethical destinations for 2018:
ethicaltraveler.org/reports/destinations/the-worlds- ten-best- ethical-destinations- 2018/

Disaster Tourism on Ethical Traveler News:
ethicaltraveler.org/2018/01/is-post- natural-disaster- tourism-ethical/
charitynavigator.org

For more ET News with Natalie Lefevre, visit
ethicaltraveler.org/posts/

Music:

Opening story (Buzz Aldrin): Stars, from Apollo Atmospheres and Soundtracks, by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois
tinyurl.com/y8snfswh

Podcast Theme Music: Energizer, by Stephen Kent, from the album Family Tree
stephenkent.net/#about

Closing track: Bloom by Bahrain-born, London-based artist Yazz Ahmed, from her 2017 album La Saboteuse
yazzahmed.com/
yazzahmed.bandcamp.com/album/la-saboteuse-2

Additional music by Jef Stott
jefstott.com/

Geo Quiz-zine #9:

Q – What beloved Mexican snack was also a big success at Seattle Mariners home games last year?
A – Email your answers to podcast@ethicaltraveler.org

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