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La Carmina's passion is to shine a positive spotlight on misunderstood and marginalized subcultures worldwide -- such as Myanmar's punks, Japan's "body modification" artists, and India's "third gender." She started her award-winning underground / Goth / subcultures travel blog - www.lacarmina.com/blog - in 2007; now, she is journalist honored by the Society of American Travel writers, and the author of 3 books. Carmina also works as a TV host and local producer on major shows ("Bizarre Foods" on Travel Channel, "World's Weirdest Restaurants" on Food Network, "Better Late Than Never" NBC with William Shatner and Henry Winkler, Discovery TV "Oddities," National Geographic "Taboo," and many more).
Award-winning author and journalist La Carmina runs the leading alternative travel and culture blog (www.lacarmina.com/blog), which won "Best Blog of the Year" from Auxiliary Magazine. Her travel journalism was awarded Bronze by the SATW (Society of American Travel Writers) in 2020. Carmina is the author of three books (published with Random House and Penguin), is a TEDx speaker, and appears on travel TV shows worldwide (Bizarre Foods, No Reservations, Taboo, Oddities, Better Late than Never). She has visited over 70 countries, and contributes to CNN, The Daily Beast, Architectural Digest, Fodor's, Business Insider, Yahoo, Sunday Times, Airbnb, Huffington Post, Tripsavvy, Buzzfeed, BBC, Roadtrippers, Home in Canada, Brides, and various inflight magazines (Hong Kong Airlines, Aeromexico). She is @lacarmina on all social media (blue check verified). Her popular alt travel blog: http://www.lacarmina.com/blog - includes Gothic modeling photos and Tokyo Goth travel guides #lacarmina @lacarmina
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