Audrey Carpio

Writer

Audrey Carpio is a writer from Manila. She was an editor at Esquire Philippines and a graduate of Columbia University’s journalism school. Most recently, she swam with humpback whales in Tonga, a feat considering she used to have a phobia of the water. Her four kids are named after a continent, a fish, a body of water, and an island.

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After setting foot at the highest peaks of the world—from the summit of Kilimanjaro to the pinnacle of Everest—there are no greater heights for mountaineer Carina Dayondon to conquer.
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The First Filipina to Conquer the World's Seven Summits

After setting foot at the highest peaks of the world—from the summit of Kilimanjaro to the pinnacle of Everest—there are no greater heights for mountaineer Carina Dayondon to conquer.

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The First Filipina to Conquer the World's Seven Summits

After setting foot at the highest peaks of the world—from the summit of Kilimanjaro to the pinnacle of Everest—there are no greater heights for mountaineer Carina Dayondon to conquer.

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