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A humourous and irreverant look at the world of travel, where travellers and experts share their stories on a relevant topic each episode. Presented by best-selling travel author, Peter Moore, with an expert guest each week, it really is the travel podcast for when you've really lost it.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

A humourous and irreverant look at the world of travel, where travellers and experts share their stories on a relevant topic each episode. Presented by best-selling travel author, Peter Moore, with an expert guest each week, it really is the travel podcast for when you've really lost it.

    Hostels

    Hostels

    This episode Peter explores the gateway drug of travel – hostels.

    Often funky, always raucous, hostels are  often our first taste of life on the road and the reason we can afford to travel in the first place.

    World renowned budget traveller, Kash Battacharya, reveals the luxury hostels you need to add to your post-Covid bucket list.

    Hostel manager, Linda Martinez, helps read out your hostel horror stories as well as offering her perspective from the other side of the check-in counter.

    And Peter explains the perils of sharing a dorm in a Japanese hostel with an American one man band.

    • 38 min
    Cuba

    Cuba

    Put on your dancing shoes, NSITT is going to Cuba!

    In the first of our destination-themed episodes, we visit the land of mojitos, cigars and Chevies, scratching below the surface in search a truly authentic experience.

    Author Anthony DePalma reveals how balancing a meringue cake on a crowded bus helped him understand the Cuban psyche.

    Listeners share their Cuban stories, from rain storms in Viñales to swapping shorts with tennis instructors.

    And Peter reveals his Top 5 Cuban experiences, including watching baseball with the big man himself, Comandante Fidel.

    • 42 min
    Border Crossings

    Border Crossings

    Join Peter as he celebrates border crossings – one of travel's most challenging and perverse experiences.

    Social Media travel guru, Drew Binsky, tells how secret footage of his border crossing in Sierra Leone got a border guard arrested.

    Intrepid traveller and comic book editor Marie Javins reads your stories and reveals the best way to smuggle Tintin statues across African borders.

    And Peter shares his Top 5 most memorable border crossings, including one on the Khyber Pass that he has been dining out on for decades. 

    • 38 min
    Music

    Music

    This week Peter hits all the right notes with an episode about the magic alchemy between music and travel.

    He talks to Mr World Music, Simon Broughton, about the best places to have an truly authentic music experience in your travels.

    A Scottish musician who followed his heart to Calabria helps him read out your musical tales from the road.

    And Peter tries to explain, with little success, why 'Kiss (When The Sun Son't Shine)' by the Vengaboys is one of his Top 5 music and travel experiences.

    Oh, and there's the podcast's very first live musical performance to look forward to as well.

    • 38 min
    Cycling

    Cycling

    Peter gets on his bike and takes a trundle through the world of travel cycling.

    He chats to author Helen Moat about her long distance ride from England to Istanbul on a sit-up-and-be bike.

    A Biking Viking helps him read out your tales involving two wheels on your travels.

    And he lists his Top 5 cycling experiences on the plains of Burma, an island littered with bombs near Tallinn and the back blocks of Tanzania.

    There's an update too, on the quest to find 'Tache.

    • 31 min
    Sleeping

    Sleeping

    In an episode dedicated to weird and wonderful sleeping experiences while travelling, Peter is joined by author and podcaster, Phoebe Smith, who extolls the joys of wild camping.

    A mysterious voice from the past helps him share your stories from the road.

    And a quest is born: “Where’s ‘Tache?”  the legendary proprietor of the Ilknur Pension in Istanbul in Turkey who seems to have fallen off the map.

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

thechasmanblue ,

Tells it as is is with a wry smile

Peter is a very genial host and his guests well selected to bring the topics to life. A great way to share a wealth of experiences, anecdotes and scrapes. Almost allows a tourist like me pass as a traveller.

t9mdl ,

Perfect timing!

I’ve got all Peter’s travel books and enjoyed them tremendously. (Always worth a re-read too.) A welcome, funny podcast in current times. Laughing out loud sitting listening in the garden!

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