A community of travellers with a thirst for adventure come together to trade tips and tales from around the world, aiming to make life easier for you as you prepare to hit the road or trigger some nostalgia from your own journey in the past
India (Tourist Triangle)
India could easily be referred to as a concoction of colour, cows, cricket, cars, horns, religion and controlled chaos. Coming from a tour guide background, Bec joins us to talk about the tourist triangle along with some common misconceptions and negative stereotypes. Part One dips a toe into the country that isn't just a location, but a state of mind.
Travel professional Laura joins us to talk about her homeland of Germany. A party expert and food expert she takes us on a tour of what to expect in the main cities along with her favourite little town. We also take a look at Oktoberfest from both backpackers and locals perspectives.
The origin of a plethora of religious stories from many cultures begins in Israel. A country with not just religious history, but medieval history too, having been sacked and rebuilt 22 times in the past. DJ IMZEKE takes us on his journey to Israel as a New York raised jewish boy and help us discover places with an abundance of spirituality and the modernisation of areas away from Jerusalem.
Vietnam (Central & North)
Phil returns for Part 2 of Vietnam as we visit the visual feast that is Central and Northern Vietnam. From famous hotspots such as Hoi An and Halong Bay to lesser known beauties like Sapa and the world's largest cave system, we've got the lot. We also discuss a few tourist traps made famous by instagram and whether or not they are worth the visit.
Vietnam (The South)
How to get around Vietnam is just as exciting as the places within the country. Teacher, author and motorbike enthusiast, Phil, takes us on a journey full of tips and advice for those looking to travel his former home in what is becoming the most famous way to see it, by motorbike. With points from our host on how best to travel by air, bus and train you'll get a comprehensive look at the country that Jeremy Clarkson once said was "considered a war, not a country" and prove to the world that it is so much more.
Joined by International Travel Blogger Dani from travellingjezebel.com we propel Albania to the top of your bucketlist. We cover all things from mountains, coastlines, dark history, gypsies and incredible strong local liquors. For all those aspiring travel bloggers listen in for a few tips from her experience and rise to success.
This podcast is my favorite! Really enjoying it so far helps me feel like I’m traveling without actually traveling. Would be perfect for any traveler or anyone wishing they could travel now. Loving the humor and tales of adventure. Keep it up!