This podcast is about travel. I'll interview interesting characters to get their stories, learn how they travel, discover what motivates them. Hopefully in the process, I'll motivate you as well. You're going to learn that there's no right or wrong way to travel. You can do whatever you want on your trip, so what's stopping you?
#83: Sim and Nathan
Sim and Nathan are Couchsurfers who stayed with Katie and me in Hong Kong. This was their final stop on a journey of more than a year. We had an awesome discussion about a variety of topics, ranging from traveling for free to exploding Pinto gas tanks.
#82: Miljana Zutic
Miljana Zutic, AKA “Serbian Traveler”, has been traveling around the world for the last four years with no money. Seriously, she left her home with two euros and has kept the adventure going for all this time. How, you wonder? Listen to this podcast to find out.
Miljana’s social media can be found at the following links:
Serbian Traveler on Youtube (educational videos from her travels) Serbian Traveler on Facebook Serbian Traveler on Instagram If you enjoy this podcast and Miljana’s social media pages, she would really appreciate it if you would kick a few bucks her way on PayPal. Here’s her address:
#81: Alec Hill
Alec Hill is a world traveler who is just getting started on an open-ended trip. In fact, Hong Kong was his first international stop, and I was his second Couchsurfing host. We chatted about how he got here and what lies on the road ahead for him.
#80: Alison Price
Katie and I met Alison Price many years ago at the Twin Ports invasion, dubbed “The World's Coldest Couchsurfing Invasion”, a claim that I do no dispute. Alison is an amazing artist based in Minneapolis.
#79: Cycle Touring and Digital Nomadism with Ryan Sinn
My guest today is Ryan Sinn. He's a digital nomad who's into travel and cycle touring, and he has a unique and interesting worldview. I had a great time chatting with him, and I hope you'll enjoy our conversation.
#78: Kashmir On My Mind
A few months ago, Katie and I met Pradeepika Saraswat while traveling in Hampi, southern India. We hit it off and she later invited us to visit her in Delhi, where we recorded this podcast. Pradeepika is a journalist who has spent much time living in Kashmir, a region over which India and Pakistan have fought multiple wars. I also visited Kashmir a few years back and became very interested in the region, so naturally, this was the main focus of our discussion.
Dan always has interesting people from around the world talking about a variety of topics. I love learning something new about other places and cultures and this podcast always provides a cultural experience every time.