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AirBnb Magazine Dec/Jan 2020

Airbnbmag is a travel lifestyle magazine featuring authentic experiences through the eyes of those who know best, the locals. Whether you’re planning or daydreaming your next journey, Airbnbmag offers both the familiar and the unexpected through a local lens and captured by top travel writers & photographers of the world. Airbnbmag is your passport to feeling at home anywhere! Your next adventure starts here.

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2 min.
the joy of holiday cooking

WHEN I THINK OF FOOD, I think of family. When I was growing up, cooking was mostly a means to get us fed and out the door. But during the holidays, it turned into a group activity. My extended family would arrive with potluck dishes in their arms; my aunts cooked in the kitchen with my mom, while the rest of us pitched in by setting the table and doing the dishes. Those unrushed evenings when we joined together as one family around the dinner table are among my happiest memories. Cooking together is one of our oldest human traditions, dating to the advent of fire. My parents grew up eating home-cooked meals, because in the 1950s there weren’t many alternatives. Now many of us depend on takeout or delivery and…

1 min.
airbnb magazine

CHIEF HOST Airbnb Co-Founder, CEO, and Head of Community Brian Chesky Editor In Chief Michael Steele Creative Director Mallory Roynon Executive Editor Sophie Brickman Visuals Director Natasha Lunn Managing Editor Abigail Greene EDITORIAL Deputy Editor Betsy Goldberg Senior Editors Rachel Mosely, Yolanda Wikiel Assistant Managing Editor Annette Farrell Business Director Juli Chin Assistant Editor Grant Rindner ART Art Directors Grace Martinez, Nick Mrozowski Associate Art Director Lisa Lok Digital Imaging Specialist Andrea Desiderio PHOTO Deputy Photo Directors Katie Dunn, Dangi McCoy RESEARCH & COPY Research Director Naomi Barr Copy Chief Adrienne Girard Research Editors Jake Bittle, John Kearney, Jy Murphy, Madeline Scheier, Jensen Wheeler Wolfe Copy Editors Allison L. Goldstein, Amy Schuler, Tracy Guth Spangler ADVERTISING EVP, Hearst Media Solutions Jeffrey Hamill Group Advertising Director Susan Sussman Marketing Director Mary Kim Advertising Sales Manager Jodisue Rosen, Mary McCarty Advertising Services Director Don Gordon AIRBNB Chief Design Officer Alex Schleifer Magazine Head Ben Kasman Editorial Manager Janine Kahn Design Lead Sally Carmichael Editorial Lead Andrea Minarcek Program…

2 min.

STEPHEN TAYO is a Lagos-based photographer who captures intimate portraits revealing the sartorial flair and quiet dignity of his subjects. He is interested in urban style and youth culture and also works in rural areas of Nigeria, capturing traditional wear. His work has been featured in Vogue, the New York Times, and Dazed. JOHN LEE is a Pixar Animation Studios art director and an illustrator. He has designed for Hanna-Barbera and Walt Disney Feature Animation. He had a hand in the creation of Mulan, Cars, The Incredibles, and Wall-E, and he illustrated the children’s book Cara’s Kindness, by Kristi Yamaguchi. His latest film is Toy Story 4. PEDEN+MUNK is Taylor Peden and Jen Munkvold, a photo duo based in NYC. They find good food to be the secret to a good life…

1 min.
life-changing lofoten

Becoming a surf photographer and working on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world would be a dream job for most people, but Chris Burkard yearned for more. More challenge. More thrill. More connection. His thirst for adventure led him across the turbulent waters of the Norwegian Sea, far above the Arctic Circle, to Norway’s Lofoten Islands. This rare wilderness outpost brims with majestic mountains, deep fjords, otherworldly beauty—and the power to change your life. Getting There: Visitors arrive in Lofoten by plane, ferry or car to explore picturesque fishing villages and remote bays. If you’re looking for an authentic experience, stay in a rorbu, a traditional fisherman’s cabin updated with modern conveniences. Many can be found on Airbnb. Call of the Wild: Located off the northwest coast of Norway,…

3 min.
dressed to express

Find yourself in Brazzaville, the laid-back capital of the Republic of the Congo, on a typically balmy day, and you might browse the marketplace in Poto Poto, lunch on pondu at a malewa stall—or get swept up in a distinctively Congolese street-set fashion show known as a sapeur procession. Sapeurs embody a lifestyle called la sape (La Société des Ambianceurs et des Personnes Élégantes), with roots in early-20th-century colonial Congo. At that time in the French-occupied country, many Congolese workers were paid in fabric and used clothes, and they’d transform those “wages” into bespoke ensembles. During World War II, Congolese men were recruited in large numbers by the French military. Soldiers were heavily influenced by French fashion; when they brought those influences back to Brazzaville, la sape crystallized into a regional…

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holiday locations with a uniquely california vibe

JOSHUA TREE: DESERT GETAWAY A three-hour drive from Los Angeles and just an hour from Palm Springs, Joshua Tree looks and feels like another planet. Explore the rugged rock formations and stark landscapes by day, marvel at the incredible stars at night. SANTA CRUZ: FOREST & BEACH Just south of Silicon Valley, Santa Cruz is famous for its beach boardwalk but is surrounded by mountainous terrain less than 30 minutes away. Visit a Christmas tree farm in the morning and ride the waves all afternoon. Then toast your perfect day with a glass of Locations Wine California Red Blend. POINT REYES: FOODIE PARADISE An hour north of San Francisco, Point Reyes is known for breathtaking seaside scenery, blustery weather and incredible food. Enjoy a coastal hike—and a possible encounter with tule elk and elephant seals—before…