Conde Nast Traveler Interviews a minor diversion

The Web Editor of Conde Nast Traveler, Billie Cohen, emailed me from New York asking if I would be willing to do an interview about a minor diversion. Was she kidding? I was honored. Prior to our journey, I had spent years hidden in the pages of Conde Nast Traveler, their pictures and articles taunted me to embark on trips that I could never take.

Now we are finally living out our travel dreams. However, we are so wrapped up in the experience that we rarely stop to reflect on what we have seen and done. Billie’s questions were a great opportunity to look back on lessons learnt and offer some travel advice. Click here or on the picture below to read the interview and learn more about us and our journey so far.

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10 Responses to Conde Nast Traveler Interviews a minor diversion

  1. Congratulations! You must be so thrilled!! great interview too. *honoured to ‘know’ you* (bows)

  2. Larry

    Loved the interview!!

  3. Keri

    such a great interview! I’m so proud of my amazing cousin! You looked so calm when we all brought you to JFK-you didn’t show any nerves at all 🙂

  4. Shellie in istanbul

    Hey Guys!!!
    What a great article. I was so happy to know you and I am still amazed at your amazing adventurous spirit. Come back soon to Turkey..

    Kiss the kids,

    • Diya

      We miss Istanbul so much, we’re already trying to figure out how to come back soon. Hope you are doing well and enjoying Turkey for us.

  5. Appappa

    Loved the article (and the accompanying photo from my old flat)

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