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The School of Travels is a podcast that interviews people in many different stages of their travel experience from people taking their first trips outside of their hometowns to digital nomads who travel continuously. What inspires us to travel in the first place? What does travel have to teach us? How does travel change us? Join us as we dive into these questions and share travel stories from the road with host Becky Gillespie, who has been traveling and living as an expat for over 10 years. ...
 
Hostel People is a podcast for travelers at heart. For people who love traveling and enjoy talking to other travelers. Hosted by Sapphire who has been working in a hostel for 6 years, the podcast will be hosting different travelers from around the world as they tell their travel stories. New episode every 2 weeks.
 
From Death Threats in India, to walking across Frozen Lakes in Canada... Join me as I take your ears on a journey around the world. I don't always do things the best way... But I do things my way. The Worst Traveller is a weekly podcast of travel stories where, more often than not, there's trouble involved...
 
You're here because you love travel. You know what, man? I get it. Maybe you're mid-travel right now on a bus in Vietnam or maybe you've just come back from Argentina and you miss the freedom? Either way, seasons 1-5 will give you stories from world travelers, complete with musical scores and interview sections. Season 6 is where I took you guys with me around every country in mainland Europe on my motorcycle (Gloria) Now we're onto Season 7: Backpack Digital. All things travel, minimalism a ...
 
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Living Unconventionally

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Living Unconventionally

Chris Pyak with top travel bloggers, digital nomads, world travelers, expat

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Chris Pyak interviews courageous people that have been able to ditch their traditional lives and desk jobs to chase their passions all over the world. The topics covered include travel stories, the best ways to find travel deals, how living in an unconventional way has improved their lives, how they fund their travels, how to make money on the road, and advice for those wanting to ditch their desk as well. 956258
 
The Travel Horror Stories podcast is a humorous show that brings together travel bloggers, travel vloggers, travel writers and travel influencers as well as professionals in the travel and tourism space and everyday travellers. With vivid and gripping storytelling guests recount their, scary, tense, weird, silly sometimes funny and sometimes unsettling stories from their travels. Then we unpack the story to discover what they did right, what they did wrong and what they could have done diffe ...
 
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Y Travel Podcast

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Y Travel Podcast

Caroline and Craig Makepeace

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Y Travel Podcast, is hosted by Caz and Craig Makepeace from the award winning Y Travel Blog. We explore the why's of travel - why you should, how you can, and what to do. We never escaped the cubicle or the rat race because we never joined it in the FIRST PLACE. Travel has always been the priority of our lives and we'll share our tips, stories and advice from 22 years of travel, no matter how our lifestyle has evolved. Solo travel, couples travel, expat travel, family travel, RV travel and d ...
 
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Hello listeners and welcome back to the School of Travels podcast! Today, I am bringing you my 3rd interview related to cryptocurrency because I’ve got to be honest, I feel like it’s becoming more important than ever, despite the entire industry being in a huge downturn at the moment. Now, you may ask yourself, what does cryptocurrency have to do w…
 
Hello listeners! Welcome back for another edition of the School of Travel podcast! Back in Episode 62, I shared my story of getting residency in Portugal during the pandemic and, this week, I thought you would enjoy another story of how to get residency in Mexico - a place much more familiar to those of you listening from Latin America and the Unit…
 
Hello listeners – welcome back to The School of Travels podcast coming to you for the second and final episode from El Salvador! My guests this week took the Bitcoin experiment in El Salvador to the next level and decided to travel around the country for 45 days only using Bitcoin. This meant that they could only stay in hotels and eat in restauran…
 
What would you do if... While would you do if while helping out a "friend" that friend end up stealing your money and ID. Suddenly you find yourself rushing to replace a stolen passport days before a scheduled flight and house sitting job. About The Guest Nora has travelled full-time for 12 years and continues to travel half the year. She’s lived i…
 
For those of you who may not be aware, El Salvador became the first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender in September 2021 and I wanted to check out this first-of-its-kind financial experiment on a nationwide level with my own eyes. As part of my stay, I had the pleasure of meeting former CNBC reporter and current Youtuber Uptin Saiidi, who spe…
 
When it comes to buying real estate abroad, there are many things to consider – is it even legal for me, as a foreigner to buy property there, can I get a mortgage from a local bank, how safe is it really? Are there decent schools for my children? Etc. My guest today, Jon Sterling has leveraged his long career as a real estate agent and broker in t…
 
Hello listeners and welcome back to the School of Travels podcast. In my last episode interviewing a first time remote worker, Muj, I mentioned my friend Juliana Rabbi, a remote jobs coach who helps people find their first remote job in 90 days. As I’m sure you are all aware, the pandemic has created an unprecedented number of remote job positions …
 
Hello listeners – I’d first like to wish you all a very happy holidays wherever you are in the world! I hope you’ve been able to spend some time with friends and family and do something special. I am lucky to currently be in Buenos Aires, Argentina where the summer has just started and I have been enjoying all the outdoor dining options that we hav…
 
Today, I am super excited to finally bring you an interview with Peter Galante, my long-time friend and the founder of Innovative Language, a company that I’ve now had the pleasure of working with for over 5 years. Innovative Language produces online language learning content for 34 languages. If you’ve ever searched for how to learn a language on …
 
My guest today, Carlos Gonçalves, has been in the office business center and coworking industry in Lisbon, Portugal for 17 years and is the CEO and founder of Avila Spaces, the most award-winning business space in Portugal. Over these 17 years, more than 1000 companies have chosen to work from Avila and allow their employees to work in this shared …
 
What would you do if... After planning what will be the perfect winter weekend getaway in Jamaica, just before leaving, you realize that your passport has expired. About The Guest Katherine is a freelance writer covering travel, lifestyle, literature, & culture. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Departures, Forbes, The Week, Business I…
 
Hello listeners! Welcome back for another edition of the School of Travel podcast! This week on the podcast I'm joined by Lorenzo Primiterra. After growing up in a medium-sized Italian town and studying abroad during university, Lorenzo had his eyes opened to the possibilities of how travel could change his life and eventually made travel his prima…
 
What would you do if... While jumping onto a human water catapult you land in a way that breaks your back. About The Guest Lara, a mid-twenty, Dutch, glass is half air, half water type of girl. She is best described as clumsy, down-to-earth, and sarcastic. Just like any other girl next door, she loves travelling, food, learning new things, meeting …
 
This weekend I had such an incredible time at my first ever festival, where I was hosting and compering one the celebrity stages, where celebrities would interview celebrities about being celebrities! CarFest South 2021 was my first ever professional presenting gig, and it was an amazing experience, where I met some incredible people and saw some o…
 
In 2018, on one of my final solo trips before starting drama school, I visited Amsterdam and Paris and whilst in the French Capital I decided to pay a visit to one of the happiest places on Earth, and in true Worst Traveller style, things didn't necessarily go to plan!! Thank you so much to everyone listening to the podcast recently. Please do supp…
 
This is one of my favourite stories from my travels! In my final week of living in Sydney, Australia, I decided to take the opportunity to go a concert and watch the Sydney Symphony Orchestra play at Sydney Opera House. However things didn't quite go to plan and I stood out like a sore thumb!! Thank you so much to everyone listening to the podcast …
 
My time spent living in Sydney, Australia was nothing short of incredible, however there were some moments that weren't my proudest! In my final week after a continuous nights of partying, I was left with no choice but to sleep outdoors one night after getting locked out of the place I was staying! In this episode I talk all about that nights adven…
 
This week I chat all about an experience I had on a Mediterranean Island in 2009 that left me absolutely terrified of the ocean! I also reveal what my next international will hopefully be, so stay tuned! Thank you so much to everyone listening to the podcast recently. Please do support it by Subscribing on YouTube, Following on Instagram and sharin…
 
Hello listeners! Thanks for joining me for another episode of The School of Travels podcast. Today, I’m speaking with James Ellsmoor, serial entrepreneur, writer, and the founder of Island Innovation, an organization that helps island communities become more sustainable and resilient by providing virtual events, workshops, public speaking opportuni…
 
This week I had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with James Michael Forrest, best known for hiking up all 1001 mountains in the UK and Ireland in the fastest known time, all about his misadventures along the way! Spending so much time in the outdoors, it's likely you'll run into some tricky situations at some point, and this is very true in Jam…
 
This week I had the pleasure of chatting to Claire Taylor from Road to Thriving all about her experiences with VanLife in her home Australia and what it is like living life on the road with your partner and dog! Claire shares her stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up a nomadic life honestly and openly, and she also has her own podcas…
 
Since the age of seven, Djuppe Debourse had dreamed of owning and living on his own sailboat. In 2020, right in the middle of the pandemic, the right opportunity presented itself, so he took action, bought a boat, and achieved his dream! Join me for this episode--recorded from Djuppe's boat in the Lisbon Marina--for the entertaining story of how Dj…
 
What would you do if... while four days in on tour deep within the Amazon, you slip on the stairs of a skiff boat and break your back? About The Guest(s) Their mantra is: “Adventure is for Everyone” Dave & Deb believe that you don’t have to be an uber-athlete, adrenaline junkie or a part of the ultra-rich to be an adventurer! All you need is the de…
 
Sport often transcends language, it brings people together for all backgrounds, and whilst I'm not the sportiest person around, I do love watching a match or going to a game of something whilst I'm travelling. Please SIGN this petition that I speak about in the episode, it only takes a minute: petition.parliament.uk/petitions/575833 In this short e…
 
This week I was absolutely honoured to have Major Chris Brannigan on the podcast talking about the time he walked 700 miles with no shoes or socks on from Lands End to Edinburgh for a better future for his daughter, Hasti, who has a rare genetic disease. Last year, Chris captured the hearts of the nation on the barefoot march that gained internatio…
 
Kelly Lewis is a women’s travel industry maven and leader in the area of women’s empowerment. She is most passionate about helping women to tap into their personal power through traveling the world. In this episode, we share about how she does this through her various women focused travel businesses, how her own travel story and life was a driving …
 
What would you do if while travelling you head out for the evening only to find upon returning to your Airbnb, you’ve been robbed? About The Guest Lora Pope Travelling the world has changed her life. Through solo adventure travel, She’s gained confidence, new perspectives, growth, freedom, and joy. She truly believes that adventure travel can chang…
 
In 2014, Eric Giuliani quit his corporate job to travel the world, visiting all 7 continents without ever using a plane! Eric's book of his adventures: Sky's the Limit, is available HERE Eric made his way around the world using tin can buses, dilapidated trains and cargo ships to cross the vast oceans - you don't want to miss this episode! Check ou…
 
Since we're still in the early days of summer, I thought it would be a perfect time to introduce you to Ashley Clawson, an American girl who quit her job, got rid of most of her possessions, and set off on a journey by herself to hike every one of the National Parks in the lower-48 United States. Ashley accomplished her goal in only 5 months in a w…
 
Are you nervous about taking a COVID vaccine? Dr. Nadeen White was one of the trusted experts I followed throughout the past year of the pandemic. She eased my nerves and uncertainty and gave me confidence to the vaccine. In this epsidoe, she's share some of her expertise on the vaccine, COVID studies and tips for pandemic travel. She'll also share…
 
In 2017, I wandered around India with no bags and wearing the same pair of clothes for 1 month... I chat a little bit about that in this episode and try and convince you that you don't always need to pack a load of stuff when on that trip abroad! Also thank you so much to everyone listening to the podcast recently. Please do support it by Subscribi…
 
In 2020, Sam and Ani realized their dream of opening their first environmentally regenerative coliving community in the Alentejo region of Portugal. They call it the Traditional Dream Factory, and they intend on building a new kind of co-living community here, where residents can realize their own dreams--whether it's growing vegetables, using the …
 
What Would You Do If.. while riding on the back of a scooter in Grenada? An SUV swerves into your lane and hits you head-on. About The Guest Nora has travelled full-time for 12 years and continues to travel half the year. She’s lived in and travelled through 60+ countries and counting. She is an expert on travel, personal finance (as a former CFP),…
 
At aged just 17, George Kefford left his Australian home to walk The Holy Land, covering huge distances through Israel, Palestine and Jordan. This chat was so incredibly inspiring and George's passion for exploring and adventure is very contagious, it will certainly get you dreaming of a potential future expedition! Check out George on Instagram @g…
 
This week I had the privilege of chatting with Jackson Groves, one of the most popular travel bloggers in the game. It was an honour to talk travel with someone who was hugely influential in my own travel life, having taken tips from him on first solo trip many years ago. This episode is a great insight into the life of a travel blogger and what it…
 
WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF… If one week before your much anticipated & expensive trip to Antarctica, you get bitten by a stray dog in Argentina? ABOUT THE GUEST Marie enjoys soft adventures like hiking or snorkelling, art & culture, trying out different foods, winery hopping, and discovering off-the-beaten-path destinations. She writes for solo traveller…
 
This week I chat with Jo Bradshaw who, in 2016, achieved what very few people have had the opportunity of doing - scaling Mount Everest. The Largest Mountain in the World. Jo is now on course to complete the 7 Summits Challenge and naturally has some fascinating stories from all of her adventures so far. We chat all about those in this episode. Enj…
 
Gary Arndt from EverythingEverywhere.com shows how travel has evolved for him from daily travel to a daily podcast living a more settled life. We’re big proponents of allowing travel to evolve with your lifestyle. There is no set way to do it. You define the rules of how it best suits your values, your dreams, and your lifestyle choices. Gary Arndt…
 
My guest today is Norm Bour, writer and blogger at travelyounger.com! Norm left the U.S. permanently in February of 2019, at the age of 64, and started traveling to a different country every 6 weeks! As Norm will tell you, he started international travel late in life, but once he was bit by the travel bug, he never looked back. Norm was living his …
 
Have you ever thought about moving to another country? That is exactly what one of my closest friends, Roland Flynn, has done on numerous occasions... Originally from Australia, he has now lived in the UK, the USA, and currently Mexico where we chatted from in this episode. We also tell stories of when we first met in a bar 4 years ago, and one of …
 
I’m delighted to share the podcast mic with my savvy and vivacious nine year old daughter, Savannah. We chat about our recent road trip to Chattanooga, TN. It was the first time, Savannah and I have taken a trip with just the two of us. Savannah shares why it was important for her to spend time with just me. We also dive into the stories and highli…
 
What To Do If... While crossing the border from Jordan into Palestine the souvenir sword you purchased starts setting off every single security alarm and light? You are accused of carrying a weapon and brought into the office for further interrogation. About The Guest Katherine is a freelance writer covering travel, lifestyle, literature, & culture…
 
Travel is slowly beginning to be allowed from the UK as of this week, and so I thought I'd release this episode in which I chatted to Chelsea Dickenson, the Cheap Holiday Expert, all about her experiences with travelling on a budget and getting the trip you want for the best price possible! Chelsea has had some incredible travel experiences over th…
 
This podcast interview is with the inspiring Kay Akpan from the popular Instagram, YouTube, and blog, The Mom Trotter. She is also a writer, speaker and advocate for gentle parenting. Kay created The Mom Trotter to share her budget travel tips, homeschooling life, parenting as well as to connect with other families following the same path. Kay join…
 
Today I'm excited to bring you my interview with Sarah Mikutel! Sarah is not only a podcast host herself, but also a certified clarity coach, helping people find more peace, joy, and focus in their daily lives! Sarah and I discuss her early travel experiences including working in England as a chambermaid when she was only 18 years-old as well as wh…
 
This week I was lucky enough to chat with Russ Cook aka The Hardest Geezer. He has completed some incredible endurance challenges over the past few years and there's only more exciting things to come... He recently ran from Asia to London completing 71 marathons in 66 days, and has now set his sights on running across the centre of Australia West t…
 
Have you ever wondered or feared what it's like to travel with a teen? Tamara Gruber from We3Travel shares her tips on traveling with a teen and how it can evolve as your family life does. I've long admired how she has made family travel a focus of her life especially with her mother daughter trips with her teen daughter, Hannah. Tamara is a market…
 
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