4 episodes

Travel, productivity and general mucking about... the good life abroad... the tendency to add prefixing letters to the word 'office'...

All of these things shouldn't be discussed in any length, and will.

Join me as I prance around in foreign countries, interview interesting people and discuss notions related to living and working abroad. All whilst failing to do any justice at all to any of the subjects at hand.

Wandering Desk Neil Bennion

    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

Travel, productivity and general mucking about... the good life abroad... the tendency to add prefixing letters to the word 'office'...

All of these things shouldn't be discussed in any length, and will.

Join me as I prance around in foreign countries, interview interesting people and discuss notions related to living and working abroad. All whilst failing to do any justice at all to any of the subjects at hand.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Jamcalli ,

Relatable host and interesting, varied topics

Loving this podcast so far, the topics have been varied from the start, and the host is easy to relate to. Though I don't plan on traveling a huge amount, i really enjoy podcasts that have a mix of info and personal accounts/opinion so feel like you get to know the hosts. I really enjoyed the Bali episode (though I have never been there!) and am looking forward to listening to more on my way to work as it has been just about the perfect length so far.

AlexGFarns ,

Thought provoking!

Whilst it never materialised, I always wondered how I would find life on the road or even just a prolonged period of travelling.

Whilst listening to this, I found myself deep in thought, almost visualising in detail what it would be like to experience something similar, particularly all the new people that I would meet along the way and interesting places that I would visit. How do you move onto the next place though if you find yourself somewhere you really like, surrounded by new exciting friends? Would you even bother? Part of me would find it exciting, liberating and thoroughly enjoyable, amongst many other emotions, but then I’m quite sure that another part of me would feel unsure, perhaps a bit scared and pining for simple home comforts like going for a pint on a Sunday afternoon and watching the football.

I always find Neil’s work very thought-provoking. It sticks in the mind and I quite often find myself going back to it for further periods of reflection and this podcast is no exception. Perhaps one of these days, after listening to Neil’s fascinating accounts of his travels, I might actually find myself doing the same.