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We’re Amanda & Ryan and we’re the hosts of The World Wanderers podcast. We’re a traveling couple originally from Alberta, Canada with a love of exploring the world, eating great food (mostly Mexican food, if we’re being honest), learning new languages, and meeting new people. The World Wanderers podcast is a travel diary of our adventures since we started traveling together in 2011.

We take you with us as we travel through Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand as 22-year old budget backpackers looking for the best party hostel. We take you with us to South America where we go through some our deepest personal transformations. We take you with us as we move to a small town in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and take a massive career pivot. We take you with us to the southern US where we lived for a year. We take you through Asia as we navigate the world of “digital nomad life”. We take you on all our adventures in Mexico, which is the country we both feel most at home in the world.

And the adventures don’t stop there. With each new place we visit, food we try, and culture that we fall in love with (or maybe don’t fall in love with), we share that with you. The evolution of how we travel has changed dramatically since the beginning, but what hasn’t changed is our love for exploring the world.

Join us every other Thursday for new episodes of The World Wanderers!

The World Wanderers Podcast Amanda Kingsmith and Ryan Ferguson

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We’re Amanda & Ryan and we’re the hosts of The World Wanderers podcast. We’re a traveling couple originally from Alberta, Canada with a love of exploring the world, eating great food (mostly Mexican food, if we’re being honest), learning new languages, and meeting new people. The World Wanderers podcast is a travel diary of our adventures since we started traveling together in 2011.

We take you with us as we travel through Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand as 22-year old budget backpackers looking for the best party hostel. We take you with us to South America where we go through some our deepest personal transformations. We take you with us as we move to a small town in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and take a massive career pivot. We take you with us to the southern US where we lived for a year. We take you through Asia as we navigate the world of “digital nomad life”. We take you on all our adventures in Mexico, which is the country we both feel most at home in the world.

And the adventures don’t stop there. With each new place we visit, food we try, and culture that we fall in love with (or maybe don’t fall in love with), we share that with you. The evolution of how we travel has changed dramatically since the beginning, but what hasn’t changed is our love for exploring the world.

Join us every other Thursday for new episodes of The World Wanderers!

    Our Nomad Story and Launching World Wanderers Insiders

    Our Nomad Story and Launching World Wanderers Insiders

    This week on the podcast we are excited to share a new project with you! We are launching a new series of podcast episodes for supporters of the podcast on Patreon! It's called World Wanderers Insiders and you can find out more about it at patreon.com/theworldwanderers. 

    Something that we get asked a lot about is finding ways to travel and work at the same time. If you've been on the internet, you've seen ads about how to make money on the internet that are probably off-putting. But behind the sales tactics, there is a world of real people out there building great careers while traveling and we want to bring you their stories! 

    In this series of episodes, you'll hear those real stories from digital nomads about how they make their work and travel, work. 

    To kickstart the series we are sharing our stories! So welcome and enjoy the first episode feature us!

    If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon. Thank you so much for your continued support!

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    Our Favorite Cities: Tokyo! With Becky Gillespie

    Our Favorite Cities: Tokyo! With Becky Gillespie

    This week on the podcast we are jumping back into our series of episodes on our favorite cities around the world, and as you can see from the title, it is Tokyo!!

    We first visited Tokyo in 2017 and visited twice during our time in Japan. Since then, it has stayed right at the top of cities we want to go back to, and right near the top of the list for our favorite cities.

    We have spent about 2 weeks in Tokyo all together, so we wanted to bring on someone who truly knows the in's and out's of the city. Luckily we have a good friend (and previous guest) that lived there for 10 years, Becky Gillespie!

    Music Credit: Bensound.com

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    Internationalizing Yourself with Simon from Freedom Surfer

    Internationalizing Yourself with Simon from Freedom Surfer

    This week on the podcast we are excited to be talking with Simon from Freedomsurfer.com!

    Simon is a location independent entrepreneur who has been traveling the world non-stop since 2012, running his businesses remotely. For Simon, traveling full-time was never a goal and he was living a stable life in Canada, working in finance, until he found a radio show about how living as a nomad can your taxes. He fell down the wormhole and has been traveling 12 months a year since then!

    On the show, we find out more about Simon's travel journey and learn more about some of the options digital nomads have to secure more of their income.

    We also get into detail talking about residency and taxes and banking, so if that is not your area of interest, this may not be the episode for you.

    In this episode:
    * The round-about journey that led Simon to buy a one-way ticket to Singapore and traveling full-time
    * What the process of changing your residency is like
    * What does "planting flags" mean when you're talking about residency and tax optimization
    * Having a different country where a business is based, where your banking is based, where your personal residency is, where you spend your time, and where your a citizen of
    * Why Simon felt motivated to collect all the residency, visa, bank, business, and tax information from so many countries to create freedomsurfer.com
    * Where Simon bases himself, his businesses, and banking
    * How Simon decides where he wants to go and how much time he wants to spend in each place
    * How traveling helps you discover more and more places you want to travel
    * Since he has spent so long traveling, does he ever crave moving back home and going back to a stable, more normal life?
    * Simon had also recently been spending time in Hong Kong through the fall, so we checked in with him about what it has been like during the period of protests
    * Is traveling and going nomadic for tax benefits something that makes sense for freelancers? Or is it only advantageous for traders and finance professionals
    * For people interested in changing their residency, what are some of the best countries to explore?
    * How people that aren't from the US can take advantage of US Credit Cards that give a lot of travel benefits
    * What Simon's upcoming travel goals are
    * Follow Simon and IG at simon.around.the.world

    Music Credit: Bensound.com

    • 57 Min.
    Catching up with Jake & Michelle from Retired Toddlers

    Catching up with Jake & Michelle from Retired Toddlers

    This week on the podcast we are excited to be catching up with our good friends Jake and Michelle (and Henley and Jagger) from Retired Toddlers.

    We first interviewed Jake and Michelle on the podcast in the spring of 2017 while we were in Bali and they were in Cambodia. Since then we've kept in touch and so we were excited to get to spend some time in person together and record a new conversation!

    We catch up with Jake and Michelle on their travels over the past two years, learn more about their decision-making process around parenting and traveling, and much more!

    Then at the end we are joined by two extra special guests for a small bonus interview!

    Enjoy the episode!

    This episode is brought to you by SkillShare! Visit skillshare.com/wanderers to get two months free!

    • 59 Min.
    2019 Year in Review!

    2019 Year in Review!

    This week on the podcast we are looking back at 2019 and doing our annual year in review episode!

    This is the fifth year we've done a YiR episode and it is a ritual that we love to pause, look back, and appreciate the past twelve months.

    A big part of that appreciation is for you the reader and listener! We know you've got a million ways to spend your time and we are so grateful that you all take time each week to listen to our adventures and interviews! Thank you and enjoy the episode!

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    Catching Up with Jake Desyllas from The Voluntary Life

    Catching Up with Jake Desyllas from The Voluntary Life

    This week on the podcast we are excited to be catching up with Jake Desyllas from The Voluntary Life podcast!

    We first interview Jake way back in 2016, when he was making the move from life in the U.K. to one of permanent travel. We talked about the ways that people can live a 'job free' life and travel more.

    Since 2016 a lot has happened! Jake has started a family and is based back in the U.K. We catch up on the past couple of years, what the transition to family travel has been like, and lessons learned!

    This episode is brought to you by Away. Visit Awaytravel.com/wanderers to find the perfect gear for your next trip!

    This episode is also brought to you by Skillshare! Visit Skillshare.com/wanderers to get two months free!

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