155 episodes

Become geographically and culturally literate in this globalized world with The Lost Geographer podcast. Learn facts and interesting information about different countries with the unfiltered truth, bypassing media bias and hearing it directly from the source, as well as how to travel smart from experts.

The Lost Geographer Podcast Rohith Amruthur

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 30 Ratings

Become geographically and culturally literate in this globalized world with The Lost Geographer podcast. Learn facts and interesting information about different countries with the unfiltered truth, bypassing media bias and hearing it directly from the source, as well as how to travel smart from experts.

    Episode 155 - City Beautiful

    Episode 155 - City Beautiful

    Dave Amos is a city planner and the host of the City Beautiful YouTube channel, a channel dedicated to urban planning and design, as well as all other topics around cities. As someone who is passionate about cities, he shares his love for them and his motivation for pursuing his career and creating his YouTube channel. In addition, we discuss why geography is important to city planning.

    • 28 min
    Episode 154 - Montenegro

    Episode 154 - Montenegro

    Ever watched the James Bond 007 movie Casino Royale? We're going to the main location of the movie in this episode, Montenegro! Tune in to learn about this Balkan country who gained independence just 14 years ago.

    • 35 min
    Episode 153 - Indonesia

    Episode 153 - Indonesia

    In this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast, we head to Indonesia. We dive deep into the rich and diverse history and culture of this archipelago of 17,000 islands.

    • 36 min
    Episode 152 - Travel Post-COVID-19 with Sarah Dandashy

    Episode 152 - Travel Post-COVID-19 with Sarah Dandashy

    We're excited to have Sarah Dandashy back on the podcast! Sarah is a concierge and travel expert who created the brand, Ask a Concierge.

    With the COVID-19 pandemic at different stages across the world, many people wonder when they can travel again. Many borders are still closed and the travel experience looks incredibly different right now. Our interview will cover the current state of affairs (as of the end of June 2020) and predictions for the future of travel.

    • 39 min
    Episode 151 - Lithuania (Pt. 2)

    Episode 151 - Lithuania (Pt. 2)

    We're back to the Baltics, and to Lithuania for a second time on this episode. We're joined by Aiste, who gives a comprehensive perspective on Lithuania, based on her experiences of having lived all across the world.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 150 - The Flight Attendant Chronicles (Pt. 4): The People Make the Job

    Episode 150 - The Flight Attendant Chronicles (Pt. 4): The People Make the Job

    This is the second of our two-part interview with Sayaka Kozawa, a Finnair flight attendant from Japan. Join us as we continue to chronicle the lives and jobs of flight attendants to understand how integral they are to making sure you have a pleasant flight.

    If you haven't listened to the first part of my interview with Sayaka about Japan, make sure you check that out as well here!

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Irishonfire31 ,

Check it out!

Engaging and entertaining.
Plus you learn a lot!

Thepangelinanpost ,

Will keep archived

Great on a first listen, and will definitely keep around for the next time I travel to one of these countries!

V_M_188 ,

Powerful idea with great delivery

I love the idea of gathering residents themselves from countries and having them explain their culture. This getting rid of the “middle men” removes inconsistences and provides the most unbiased perspective possible.

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