233 episodes

Palle Bo is a long time radioproducer who has sold his house, car and all of his furniture so he could travel around the world. He has an ambition to visit every country in the world and you can join his trip in this podcast.

Come along as he meet the locals and experience Palle's excitements and concerns regarding the life as digital nomad.

The Radio Vagabond Palle Bo

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 5 Ratings

Palle Bo is a long time radioproducer who has sold his house, car and all of his furniture so he could travel around the world. He has an ambition to visit every country in the world and you can join his trip in this podcast.

Come along as he meet the locals and experience Palle's excitements and concerns regarding the life as digital nomad.

    Reprise: Quebec City is a Charming Laid Back City

    Reprise: Quebec City is a Charming Laid Back City

    While I'm working on an episode from my revisit to Canada, I'll give you an episode from the last time I was in this country in the north.

    • 17 min
    VERMONT: Ice Cream in Green Mountains

    VERMONT: Ice Cream in Green Mountains

    Ever been to Vermont? Me neither. Join me as I visit beautiful Vermont for another instalment of my New England road trip adventure. In this episode, I meet yet another guy named Ben, hike the gorgeous Mount Washington, and sink my teeth into all the ice cream at the Ben & Jerry’s factory. Lick your lips for what’s to come.

    • 24 min
    MAINE USA: Blueberries, Blues & Beers

    MAINE USA: Blueberries, Blues & Beers

    Join me for Part II of my homely visit to rustic Maine, USA. In this episode, I burn my eyes with chicken spice, put my foot in my mouth, and listen to a “hot chick” sing some blues-rock in a garage. Plus, I get a healthy dose of Ben’s blueberry philosophy before getting us lost on a dark forest road.

    • 24 min
    MAINE, USA: Blueberries and Pickled Sea Snails

    MAINE, USA: Blueberries and Pickled Sea Snails

    Join me in Maine, USA for a chilled-paced leg of my epic road trip across America. In this episode, I get a health scare in Portsmouth before meeting my Couchsurfing host, Ben, at his blueberry farm in Maine. Also, I eat pickled wrinkles (as gross as it sounds) and end up pondering on a rock at Arcadia National Park.

    • 24 min
    CAMBRIDGE, MA: Belinda Rathbone & The Boston Raphael

    CAMBRIDGE, MA: Belinda Rathbone & The Boston Raphael

    In this episode we’re going to Cambridge close to Boston with two of the best universities in the USA – maybe the world.
    You can also hear the story of how the discovery of a painting by the Italian Renaissance master, Raphael went from media sensation to a career-destroying scandal. Told by the daughter of the man in the centre.

    • 30 min
    CONNECTICUT, USA: Continuing the Couchsurfing CouchCrash

    CONNECTICUT, USA: Continuing the Couchsurfing CouchCrash

    Part II of my Couchsurfing adventures from Connecticut, USA. In this episode, I learn about the Yankees, Colt revolvers, and the magic of warm Connecticut hospitality.
    Before I leave, I head to the PEZ Candy visitor center to reward my inner child.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Clarase ,

Inspiring

An inspiring and amazing podcast. Palle Bo manages to not only document his journey but also make you feel as if you were a part of it. You laugh, you cry and you get emerged in this podcast! 5 stars!

Goworej ,

Funny, inspiring, interesting

I’m following Pelle’s travels with great pleasure from the first episode. Great to hear about his reviews of the new places and the crazy, funny ideas of what you can do while you visit and the interesting meetings with the locals. I’m always getting inspired to see that the world IS safe and friendly place really. Keeping my fingers crossed for your plans, Pelle!

Henriktravel ,

Experience matters

Palle is a man on a mission. He wants to visit every country in the world. Having followed him for more than half a year, I must say he is bringing something unique to the "travel podcast industry". His many years of radio makes a difference. The episodes follow his adventures and are well edited and produced. Bringing a microphone and recording what happens first-hand makes his podcast one of the best travel podcasts out there.

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