Running from the law? Looking for a place to retire or simply want to know what it's like to live in another country? Expat Sandwich, hosted by Marty Walker, features an eclectic range of expats sharing the best, the weirdest and the worst of living abroad. Learn more at expatsandwich.com
Rome with The Bittersweet Life
We talk with veteran public radio producer Katy Sewell and writer Tiffany Parks, hosts of the podcast The Bittersweet Life. Laugh, cry, and learn about life and Rome in the process!
Culture Shock Flashback: Venezuela
There's so much going on in Venezuela these days, it's hard to keep up. Luckily we have Marian Lefeld, an artist from Caracas to help us understand and navigate the current political and economic volatility. Lefeld moved to the United States twenty-two years ago with her husband Max just after Chavez was elected President. She shares what it was like to move to the US and leave her family behind, as well as current struggles in both countries.
Barcelona with Charity Blansit
Charity Blansit moved to Barcelona 17 years ago for love--before the smartphone and crush of tourism. She helps us make much needed sense around Catalonia's ongoing fight for independence as well as offering some guidance around cultural customs and learning two languages at the same time.
Peru, Ayahuasca and the Daniel Cleland Experience
We discuss the resurgence and research benefits of plant medicines. Daniel Cleland takes you deep into the Amazon and shares what it's like to take ayahuasca, the role of the Shaman, and his life in Peru.
Culture Shock Flashback: French Edition
Culture Shock Flashback turns Expat Sandwich on its head. Instead of interviewing American expats, we invite foreign expats living in the United States to share their experience. In this episode we talk with French nationals Charlotte and Laurent about their thoughts on American culture.
Japan with Mike Martino
Mike Martino went from jazz musician to second degree black belt in karate to software development and then finally being a potter living in Japan for the last 21 years. Martino offers incredible insight into Japanese culture, hilarious language mishaps, and even a romp through the prison system--which turns out to be a little different from the way they do things in the US.
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This podcast is entertaining, interesting, beautifully produced and excellent all around. You’ll be so sad when you reach the end.
I have been searching for a good expat podcast as I consider the possibilities for myself. I tried International Living but found it incredibly flat and unrealistically upbeat. Expat Sandwich is an ecclectic mix of countries, people, history, tips and humor. I am really liking the non-question/answer format- I like the way the host sets up different points and then the guest meanders around it. The people selected as guests are bright and articulate which is an amazing plus. I'm pretty critical of podcasts so am exceedingly pleased to have found one that I look forward to listening to. Keep the episodes coming!! It would be nice if you found additional people who have make the expat jump solo - and maybe even old. I am almost retired and solo and am considering this for my next chapter. Thanks!
So good. Fascinating stories. Insightful commentary that would be nearly impossible to obtain by book. I'm glad I live here in America and have no plans on moving. Not that any Country would want my 50 year old self! I appreciate that no corny jokes are attempted. Just good insight and culture differences discussed. I hope the podcast hasn't come to an end. There are only 21 episodes!