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Shirari’s Peace and Love Podcast #3: Travel

Posted on June 30, 2008 by shirari


Get ready for an hour and twelve minutes of non-stop queer vegan rambling! Wait, that didn’t sound particularly attractive. Rest assured it’ll be worth a listen – in this third installment of Shirari’s Peace and Love Podcast we talk about our recent trip to Israel, Amsterdam, and Iceland, and how we attempted to take best advantage of the fuel used to have a experience that was as low-impact and culture-rich as possible. You’ll hear about a kibbutz that turns soda cans and other trash into eco-friendly buildings, bikes by the boatload, naked showers with Europeans, friendly ducks interrupting breakfast in a tent, a town where street art is loved and not hated, and delicious, delicious falafel.

Shira’s voice is kinda quiet in this one, sorry about that! We’re still working out the technical kinks here. If you’re actually downloading and listening to these, please comment and tell us what you think! Thanks to those of you who’ve written to us or commented already, we’re so happy folks are giving these a listen.

Shirari’s Peace and Love Podcast #3: Travel
June 30, 2008 – 72 minutes – 32.9MB

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One Response to “Shirari’s Peace and Love Podcast #3: Travel”

  1. mapusannaTeart
    August 2nd, 2008 @ 7:27 pm

    I agreed with you

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