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Conde Nast Traveller UK September 2019

The essential guide to inspirational travel. Breathtaking locations, stunning photography and independent travel advice make Condé Nast Traveller the authority in its field and the premier lifestyle magazine for people with a passion for travel, adventure, culture and new ideas.

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editor’s letter

AS A TRAVEL MAGAZINE, we have a tendency to go apoplectic over summer, to pretend it is our holy land, our Valhalla, our grail of Nimrod. I loved the season so much for a while when I was pregnant with my youngest daughter, I even considered calling her Summer. And yet something has gone so wrong with it recently. Now, you won’t find me aghast at the pleasure of finding a wild strawberry tucked between cracked paving stones, or cup-full-of-glee at that hot melted plastic scent inside a car that’s been parked in the sun. Now, you’ll find me in the corner of my garden, the dark bit that smells of lichen, and old man ghosts, drinking and smoking (sorry, and sorry again) and wondering what the hell is happening…

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contributors

ANA ROS Moveable Feast (p134) ‘I loved Madagascar. The people live so close to nature, which as a chef is inspiring to see. They would slow-cook dishes such as zebu beef, using cassava leaves and vanilla. I remember eating amazing stews on the train from Fianarantsoa to Manakara.’ Ana’s restaurant Hiša Franko is among the World’s 50 Best MAGGIE SIFF The Globetrotter (p122) ‘I few years ago, I took a 10-day hike through the Sierra Nevada mountains in California with friends, climbing Mount Whitney. It filled me with awe, from the lush lowlands, with glacial pools inhabited only by dragonflies and fish, to the craggy beauty above the tree line.’ Maggie stars in the TV hit ‘Billions’ ANTHONY SATTIN Writer, America by Train (p104) ‘On the north-west coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, before the 2004…

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condé nast traveller

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MELINDA STEVENS PA TO THE EDITOR Katharine Sohn DEPUTY EDITOR Issy von Simson ACTING DEPUTY EDITOR Stephanie Rafanelli FEATURES DIRECTOR Fiona Kerr TRAVEL NEWS DIRECTOR Erin Florio ASSOCIATE EDITOR Rick Jordan ACTING FEATURES DIRECTOR Toby Skinner MANAGING EDITOR Paula Maynard DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Paulie Dibner CREATIVE DIRECTOR Pete Winterbottom ART DIRECTOR Paula Ellis ART EDITOR Nitish Mandalia PHOTOGRAPHIC DIRECTOR Matthew Buck SENIOR PICTURE EDITOR Karin Mueller PICTURE EDITOR Anna Morassutti Vitale VIDEO PRODUCER Corinne Brooking CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Gráinne McBride DEPUTY CHIEF SUB-EDITOR Katharina Hahn SENIOR SUB-EDITOR Leah Craig DIGITAL EDITOR Becky Lucas ACTING DIGITAL EDITOR Sonya Barber DEPUTY DIGITAL EDITOR Tabitha Joyce ENGAGEMENT MANAGER Olivia Holborow ONLINE ASSOCIATE Sarah James DIGITAL PICTURE EDITOR Sophie Knight DIGITAL EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Emma Russell FASHION DIRECTOR Martha Ward FASHION FEATURES EDITOR Charlotte Davey WATCH & JEWELLERY DIRECTOR Jessica Diamond SPECIAL PROJECTS EDITOR Teddy Wolstenholme BEAUTY DIRECTOR Catherine Robinson SENIOR EDITOR-AT-LARGE Peter Browne EDITORS-AT-LARGE Steve King, Alex Postman WEST COAST USA EDITOR Rebecca Misner RETAIL EDITOR/EVENTS DIRECTOR Kendra Leaver-Rylah EVENTS COORDINATOR…

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village people

THIS MONTH’S MOST CURIOUS DESTINATIONS. Close to the cacophony of Chowpatty beach, and surrounded by the drab high-rises of southern Mumbai, the tiny ward of Khotachiwadi is a pastel-coloured portal to another era: specifically, the 18th century, when 65 brightly painted wooden homes were built here in Portuguese-colonial style, with ornate verandahs and wooden shutters. That 28 have survived Mumbai’s rapid development is in large part down to the man at number 47G, the elegantly frayed, biscuit-coloured building at the heart of the village. James Ferreira is one of India’s foremost fashion designers, known for his flowing fabrics and for styling Bollywood’s biggest stars since the 1970s. His part-Portuguese family has lived in the area for generations, and when we meet at two-storey 47G, he points out his aunt and grandmothers’…

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strike a balance

Most visitors to Tokyo haven’t heard of Kagurazaka. Nicknamed Little Kyoto, it’s one of the city’s last-remaining geisha neighbourhoods, sitting on the fringes of what was once the Edo Castle grounds. Just a 30-minute metro ride from Otemachi’s skyscrapers and Harajuku’s kawaii hordes, it’s a peaceful enclave of tangled power lines, Edo-era buildings, vinyl stores and blink-and-miss-them sake bars. There’s a gentle local scene. By day, the area’s creative types can be found at Kamome Books, a shop that shares a calming space with Weekenders Coffee, Kyoto’s original artisan bean brand, or at Akomeya Tokyo in La Kagu, a 1960s-built storage facility that was minimally repurposed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, and now sells tableware and clothing. Big-ticket openings nearby have shone a fresh light on the area in recent…

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state of flex

New York City has always prided itself on doing things bigger than anywhere else in the world – and now it’s getting its schvitz on for pioneering wellness concepts. Designer-gym giant Equinox recently opened its first hotel in the billion-pound Hudson Yards development near Chelsea, with more locations to follow, promising guests the chance to ‘stay where high performance lives’. That means low-lit, beat-thumping SoulCycle classes as well as cryotherapy and face sculpting in the futuristic 27,000-square-foot spa. The hotel’s soundproofed rooms are billed as ‘ultimate sleep chambers’, with coaches on hand to help guests drift off when they aren’t using the in-room foam rollers and exercise straps. Meanwhile, The Well in Union Square is leading the trend for health-focused members’ clubs. The white-walled, minimalist space offers nutrition coaches and…

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