S4E1 – Tristan da Cunha

Cover photo for Omitted History Podcast episode on the island of Tristan da Cunha

It’s vacation time! For the first leg of our journey, we’re heading south of the equator to the remotest inhabited island on the planet. Settled by Americans and Britons, Tristan da Cunha lies 1200 miles from its nearest neighbors, smack dab in the middle of nowhere. They’re a hardy bunch of folks, who can’t be driven away by any monarch or natural disaster. They’ve built their community voluntarily, and you’d have a hard time prying them away.


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    […] Omitted, S4E1: Tristan da Cunha (8/14/17): What it’s about: “It’s vacation time! For the first leg of our journey, we’re heading south of the equator to the remotest inhabited island on the planet. Settled by Americans and Britons, Tristan da Cunha lies 1200 miles from its nearest neighbors, smack dab in the middle of nowhere. They’re a hardy bunch of folks, who can’t be driven away by any monarch or natural disaster. They’ve built their community voluntarily, and you’d have a hard time prying them away.” Why it’s great: Each of Omitted’s seasons has been wildly different, and I’m looking forward to visiting islands around the world with Corey. (36 minutes) Twitter: @omittedpodcast […]

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