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EP 33: Exploring Māori culture, Afghan Girl’s photographer & bumpiest airports

How do you experience Māori culture? Andrew Waddel from Tourism New Zealand talks about Indigenous tourism, the balance of getting it right for both the tourist and the local tangata whenua and why it’s so important to help ensure New Zealand attracts the travellers it so badly needs to boost the economy.  

Also, iconic travel photographer Steve McCurry is best known for his portrait of Sharbat Gula (the Afghan Girl), which went global as the cover shot for National Geographic in 1985 and is currently on exhibition in Melbourne. Steve shares some tips for getting that travel shot. And finally, from Turbli, a turbulence forecast tool, the world’s bumpiest airport is… can you guess?

newzealand.com
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turbli.com/historical-data/most-turbulent-airports-of-2023/

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