ALPACA MY BAGS
Now available on Spotify, Stitcher, Audioboom, Google Podcasts, Radio Public, and Apple Podcasts.
Featured on iTunes New and Noteworthy List, March 2019
Travel enthusiast Erin chats with guests about travel destinations, tourism controversies, and shares stories with no holds barred! Why are people obsessed with dark tourism? How can we travel ethically? Which destinations should we rethink? Plus we tackle travel mishaps, mainstream destinations, hidden gems, and more! Sometimes serious and often hilarious, this Canadian podcast (recorded and produced in Toronto) is released bi-weekly and features a different hot topic and guest in each episode.
Produced by Kattie Laur
A media industry professional, podcaster and self-appointed enthusiasm Ambassador, Kattie can usually be found daydreaming camping trips, podcasting and walking her dog. Kattie has had a long-standing admiration for public radio and podcasts, and believe that their unique ability to get deep, personable and creative is what brings raw stories to life. Her goal is to apply the same genuineness, creativity and developed, articulate research in her own projects. Kattie values acknowledging every-day voices and innovating the way we hear them.
Hosted by Erin Elizabeth Hynes
Erin, also known as Pina (this is her site!) is a writer, amateur photographer, and travel enthusiast. An avid listener of podcasts, Erin wanted to create a unique podcast that addressed tourism controversies and dark tourism. Just like her site and travel writing, Alpaca My Bags hopes to open up critical discussions around the ethics of travel and tourism.
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