20 episodes

A Way to Go is the podcast from Fathom, the go-to platform for curious travelers. Fathom celebrates all places we travel, and A Way to Go explores why we travel. Hear revelatory interviews, insightful travel stories and glean practical information and insider tips to turn your inspiration into travel reality. Hosted by Fathom founders Pavia Rosati and Jeralyn Gerba.

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    • 4.0 • 59 Ratings

A Way to Go is the podcast from Fathom, the go-to platform for curious travelers. Fathom celebrates all places we travel, and A Way to Go explores why we travel. Hear revelatory interviews, insightful travel stories and glean practical information and insider tips to turn your inspiration into travel reality. Hosted by Fathom founders Pavia Rosati and Jeralyn Gerba.

    A Message to Our Listeners

    A Message to Our Listeners

    We said that these are really uncertain times for the travel industry as a whole, and we may not have realized how right we were. We've been impacted also.
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    • 4 min
    Debating What Travel Will Be After Coronavirus

    Debating What Travel Will Be After Coronavirus

    We’re a few weeks into the fast-moving coronavirus pandemic, and things that were looking rough a week ago seem dismal and dire today. As we’re all sheltering in place and struggling to find a new normal, we can’t help but wonder, are we ever going to travel again? We will, of course, but how? Just as 9/11 changed forever our experience at the airport, what impact with coronavirus have on the way we travel? In this episode, Fathom co-founders Pavia Rosati and Jeralyn Gerba look into their crystal ball to make predictions about what the future might hold.
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    • 37 min
    Embracing Freedom on a Wyoming Dude Ranch, with Glynnis MacNicol

    Embracing Freedom on a Wyoming Dude Ranch, with Glynnis MacNicol

    A few years ago, Brooklyn-based writer Glynnis MacNicol crossed the United States in a tiny yellow car with a very large dog. On a random pit stop at the oldest dude ranch in the United States, something unexpected happened: She fell in love with Wyoming — with its wide open spaces, with the horses trotting past her cabin at daybreak, with the intensity of being around so few people. In this episode, Glynnis explains to Jeralyn and Pavia how Wyoming gives her the freedom to live by her own rules — happily, and without children or a husband — as she defines the terms of her own odyssey. 
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    • 38 min
    Running from the Law, with Tyler Wetherall

    Running from the Law, with Tyler Wetherall

    When we hear about people being "bit by the travel bug," we think of them as having an appreciation of new places — not necessarily a compulsion to get up and go. The two go hand in hand for Tyler Wetherall, a travel writer who, as a child, moved 13 times across five countries and used a name that was different than the one on her passport. When she was nine years old, she learned why: Her father was a fugitive and the family was running from the FBI. Find out more about this episode at Fathomaway.com.
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    • 38 min
    Understanding How Coronavirus Travels, with Dr. Jenn Haythe

    Understanding How Coronavirus Travels, with Dr. Jenn Haythe

    How does the coronavirus affect travel? We're still in the early days of the COVID-19 epidemic, and many of us are asking ourselves the same questions: Is it safe to travel now? Will it be safe in the future? Am I staying home forever? These are issues best answered with rational thought and critical analysis, not fear and panic. So we turned to Dr. Jennifer Haythe of Columbia University Medical Center for expert advice. In this episode, she explains how viruses travel and offers tips for staying safe and healthy — right now and always — when traveling. Find links to the resources mentioned in this episode, along with Dr. Jenn’s go-to, must-have travel kit, in the show notes at Fathomaway.com. 
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    • 35 min
    Crushing a Globetrotting Goal to Take 12 Trips In 12 Months, with Marcy DePina

    Crushing a Globetrotting Goal to Take 12 Trips In 12 Months, with Marcy DePina

    At the end of 2018, Marcy DePina — an ethnomusicologist, DJ, podcast producer, and self-admitted workaholic — realized she had forgotten to take her vacation days, even though she loves to travel. So she set out to fix that situation by taking 12 trips in 12 months in 2019. And crush that travel goal she did, ranking up 17 trips for the year. As for 2020, she's setting her ambitions even higher and planning to discover more remote destinations. Here’s how she did it. Find more info about this episode at Fathomaway.com. 
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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

Glogmo ,

Love it!

This is a great travel podcast with a fresh take on the subject. Highly recommend the hilarious episode about a woman who was “dragged” on a luxury safari to Africa. She had every reason not to go but did it anyway. The episode made me laugh and cry, just like some of the best movies.

east.atlas ,

Big disappointment

I have a only listened to 2 episodes so far and my observations are that, I haven’t heard any thought provoking, intelligent or particularly interesting questions asked. They are poor listeners, often talking over each other and the guest. Lots of unintelligent comments made. Calling someone in Africa a Sherpa.... Sherpa is a ethnic group from the Himalayas. There are no sherpas on Kilimanjaro, someone who is hired to carry your bags is called a porter. Please inform yourself a bit about the topics you plan to talk about and learn better interview skills.

MaryannKong ,

like eavesdropping on the world's most fascinating travellers swapping notes

A delight for anyone who loves to travel, and wants to get inspiration for future adventures.

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