Go the Podcast is about telling stories and taking you on adventures. Host, Alex Cwalinski, is a travel writer, podcaster, and aspiring dog whisperer. He was once a Force Reconnaissance Marine, once paid to be a Ninja Turtle at Comic Con San Diego, a commercial fisherman in Alaska, and a Gaucho in Argentina. He likes short walks on the beach, chocolate, and lengthy naps. Having lived in Europe, South America, both Coasts of the US, Alaska, Norway, and the Middle East, Alex captures his many adventures, plates it, and serves it in small portions to share with your ears. He hopes to inspire the travel bug in you, and to document some of the planets most amazing places.
EP 40: World’s Most Forbidden Places Part 2
In Part 2 of our Forbidden Places Series, we’re going to explore locations around the world that few people have ever gone.
In this episode, we explore some of Earth’s most mysterious and restricted places like North Korea’s Room 39, the Vatican Secret Archives, Gangkhar Puensum, the Doomsday Vault (Svalbard Seed Vault), and Pripyat’s Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
EP 39: World’s Most Forbidden Places Part 1
In Part 1 of our Forbidden Places Series, we’re going to explore locations around the world that few people have ever gone.
From famous strange place like Area 51, the Royal Living Quarters at Buckingham Palace, and the Bullion Depository at Fort Knox, to the lesser known weird locations like North Sentinel Island and Brazil’s Snake Island (Ilha da Queimada Grande), these are some of Earth’s most mysterious and restricted places.
EP 38: The 1 Dollar NYC Pizza Challenge with Jon Barr and Other Cheap New York City Foods.
Pizza, it’s the go-to party food. The Ninja Turtles love it, Pizza rat loves it, and humans love it too.
We’re heading to the Big Apple and joining us is Youtuber Jon Barr, to talk with us about his one-dollar pizza challenge, dumpling, and other affordable foods.
EP 37: Author Mark Tungate, the Orient Express, and his New Book: The Escape Industry.
Travel used to be an activity that only the rich could afford. But around the 1800s, advances in technology changed that industry. In this episode, I chat with author Mark Tungate, about his new book, The Escape Industry, where he writes about the evolution of travel.
EP 36: Star Wars, The Last Jedi Film Locations and more
To keep fans and paparazzi off their trail, crew members of the new Star Wars film, The Last Jedi, referred to the movie as Space Bear.
But now that filming is done and the trailers have been released, producers are starting to confirm the real-life locations where the movie was filmed.
I don’t know if you’re as excited about The Last Jedi, as I am, but I hope you are. Because in this episode we’re going to explore some of the latest Star Wars movie filming locations, and how you can visit them for yourself.
EP 35: Top Secret Closed Cities You’re Not Supposed to Know About
Most of our episodes deal with places that you can travel to, like Iceland or Cuba.
But what about the places you’re never allowed to explore? The places that are closed off the public, off-limits and top-secret?
In this episode, we’re going to explore Closed Cities. Also known as secret cities or forbidden cities, these are places on the planet where thousands of people can live but no one’s allowed in and no one’s allowed out.
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Great podcast for enhancing my travel knowledge!
I have been listening to this podcast while on-the-go and traveling myself, and it is very informative about new locales to check out, as well as fun facts. It inspires me to add more locations to my bucket list!
Interesting but short
I think this podcast has potential to be my favorite but it’s just too short. It’s strengths are Interesting topics and good narration. But it burns through their topics and dips its toe into the subject rather than really exploring them. One episode a month with robust info would make this a stellar podcast. Amazing production value though. Touches on some great subjects but not much travel info
More thoughtful than most travel podcasts
Great show that connects travel with culture and larger political events. Many shows like these are the subjective musings of the host; this one is much more broad minded.