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How Climbing Culture Helped Rebuild An Island

06/08/2020 Escape travel

How Climbing Culture Helped Rebuild An Island

With a history of mining, tiny Makatea in French Polynesia hopes to use climbing and other forms of ecotourism to grow and rebuild its community with a sustainable focus. Once a population on the brink of extinction, Julie Ellison explores how a tiny, former mining island in the South Pacific Ocean carved a new culture from its rocky forms.
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Under the Mayan Sun

05/08/2020 Escape travel

Under the Mayan Sun

Situated on a lagoon, overlooking Mayan ruins, the thatched-roof property is lush and jungle-like. There are only four rooms, adorned with agave-fiber linens, minimalist stone bathtubs, and breezy hammocks for swaying away the day. Kari Molvar on a hammock swinging retreat that overlooks an ancient Mayan ruin, as told in Be Well.
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24 Hours of Le Moon

03/08/2020 Escape visual culture

24 Hours of Le Moon

After 24 hours of driving 4,607.811 kilometers, 343 laps, and through the gears of emotion, a 580 hp 917 KH sports car raced past the finish line and into the history books. On 14 June 1970, Porsche entered the elite club of Le Mans winners. Inspired by the golden jubilee of Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood's Porsche victory at Le Mans, Automobilist created six posters with the theme “Past Meets Future.”
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The Long Road to The Porsche 911

23/07/2020 design & fashion Escape

The Long Road to The Porsche 911

When Ferdinand Alexander Porsche entered the family business in 1958, he filled an unknown vacuum. An experimental visionary who wanted to challenge tradition, he elevated the design legacy of this famous German brand. From working in the engineering office to craftily creating an icon amongst sportscars, writer Ulf Porschardt reveals how Ferdinand Alexander’s sketches evolved to become a cultural symbol.
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Ripe for Exploitation

14/07/2020 Escape travel visual culture

Ripe for Exploitation

The cornerstone of brunch and ubiquitous in trendy cafés, the avocado's climb to stardom this millennium has been of Biblical proportions. They evolved to become a mainstream staple on the kitchen tables, but a consumer hunger has shed light on an environmental emergency unfolding across some of the world's most biodiverse forests. We find out more about a developing crisis high in the mountains of the Dominican Republic.
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Ishita Malaviya Is India’s Rising Tide

07/07/2020 Escape travel

Ishita Malaviya Is India’s Rising Tide

One in a billion: sowing surf culture with India’s first recognized female surfer, Ishita Malaviya is creating waves on a global scale. One of the most exciting names in the sport with a unique personality to match, we delve into her story as told through She Surf.
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