Joan Miró, The Red Sun, 1950

Joan Miró, The Red Sun, 1950

About

Tangerine Journal is a wanderlust diary of sorts, in which a coterie of fellow travel addicts chronicle memorable travel experiences and tuck away notes for future adventures. It takes its name from the color of a small spiral-bound notebook that once accompanied our founder on her journeys, holding painstakingly outlined itineraries, packing lists, essential addresses and telephone numbers, roughly sketched maps, and fleeting impressions. These days, for better or for worse, we've come to rely on our smartphones when navigating parts unknown to us, and with endless sources of travel inspiration at our fingertips via the proliferation of travel-themed publications, blogs, Instagram, and the like, we find ourselves constantly absorbing, gathering and filing away ideas. Tangerine Journal is the modern day extension of the little orange diary, as well as a portal to connect with like-minded travelers seeking beauty in places both near and far flung. We hope you'll find some inspiration for your next getaway. 

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