It sounds crazy, but it’s been one year since we launched Beast Travel! My vision at the time was to stay true to The Daily Beast’s entertaining but smart ethos while expanding what could be seen as a mainstream travel story. We’ve exposed shady behavior by prominent museums, and explored mafia-run beach towns in Kenya. There have been deep dives into forgotten palaces once at the center of world history and a story about falling for a statue of Jesus at a theme park. I’m proud that we’ve given voice to personal stories that other mainstream outlets might not, whether they be about traveling after transitioning, while black and female, or at 64 and alone.
That’s why we’ve created a Travel newsletter—to make sure you don’t miss any of these.
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