22 episodes

Welcome to Many Roads Travelled : Solo Female Travel Podcast



The travel podcast that takes you on epic adventures around the world!



Join me on my 16 month, 30,000+ mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!



So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!



I hope to entertain you with my crazy ass travel tales as well as offer you inspiration & travel advice (especially for solo female travellers) along the way!



After 30 years of solo female travel to 76 countries I have alot of them!



In each episode I will be covering 1 city/country/area and offering travel tips for female solo travel as well as up to date travel tips in general for the area I cover in the episode.



This will give you a feeling of what it is really like to travel especially as a solo female traveler.



As well as learn how sustainable travel is the best kind of travel!



I have done many long term budget road trips, as well as shorter trips as a female solo traveler as well as with friends.



When I left for Africa in 1993, I thought I was going to be away for 6 months at the time...it turned out to be 22 years!



Upcoming series will cover more road trip such as:



Solo female travel in Central America (my most recent in Feb 2020)



Solo female travel in Europe



Solo female travel in South East Asia



Solo female travel in the Middle East



Solo female travel in India



Solo female travel in Canada



Solo female travel in the USA



I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for listening! :)



So if you love female travel, adventure travel, solo travel or just travel in general then come along for the ride!


New episode out every Thursday!

Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on Itunes or Stitcher!

Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my website's podcast page ManyRoadsTravelled. com

or on social media:

Facebook page ManyRoadsTravelled
Instagram Manyroadstravelled
Twitter manyroad
Pinterest Many Roads Travelled
YouTube Channel Many Roads Travelled

You can contact me about being a guest on your podcast on my website.

Or if you would like to be a sponsor of the show.

Thanks for listening and until next time safe travels...one road at a time!

Tamara x



Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast Many Roads Travelled

    • Places & Travel
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

Welcome to Many Roads Travelled : Solo Female Travel Podcast



The travel podcast that takes you on epic adventures around the world!



Join me on my 16 month, 30,000+ mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!



So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!



I hope to entertain you with my crazy ass travel tales as well as offer you inspiration & travel advice (especially for solo female travellers) along the way!



After 30 years of solo female travel to 76 countries I have alot of them!



In each episode I will be covering 1 city/country/area and offering travel tips for female solo travel as well as up to date travel tips in general for the area I cover in the episode.



This will give you a feeling of what it is really like to travel especially as a solo female traveler.



As well as learn how sustainable travel is the best kind of travel!



I have done many long term budget road trips, as well as shorter trips as a female solo traveler as well as with friends.



When I left for Africa in 1993, I thought I was going to be away for 6 months at the time...it turned out to be 22 years!



Upcoming series will cover more road trip such as:



Solo female travel in Central America (my most recent in Feb 2020)



Solo female travel in Europe



Solo female travel in South East Asia



Solo female travel in the Middle East



Solo female travel in India



Solo female travel in Canada



Solo female travel in the USA



I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for listening! :)



So if you love female travel, adventure travel, solo travel or just travel in general then come along for the ride!


New episode out every Thursday!

Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on Itunes or Stitcher!

Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my website's podcast page ManyRoadsTravelled. com

or on social media:

Facebook page ManyRoadsTravelled
Instagram Manyroadstravelled
Twitter manyroad
Pinterest Many Roads Travelled
YouTube Channel Many Roads Travelled

You can contact me about being a guest on your podcast on my website.

Or if you would like to be a sponsor of the show.

Thanks for listening and until next time safe travels...one road at a time!

Tamara x



Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

    Near Death Experience! Fatal Truck Accident Simian Mountains, Ethiopia : 11300 Miles

    Near Death Experience! Fatal Truck Accident Simian Mountains, Ethiopia : 11300 Miles

    Welcome to episode 20 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast.

    The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!

    So if you love (solo female) travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride!

    This first series is about my 16 month, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!

    So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!

    But not to worry because I give you up to date info on each episode.

    First of all, thank you so much for listening.

    On today's episode "'Near Death Experience! Fatal Truck Accident Simian Mountains, Ethiopia : 11300 Miles”

    We have been on the road for over 4 months and have covered 11,3000 miles so far.

    On this episode we will cover:

    Travelling in Ethiopia

    How a last second jump saved my life in a fatal truck accident in Ethiopia

    How to travel in Ethiopia

    How to visit the Simian Mountains in Ethiopia

    Chewing chut in Ethiopia

    Drinking Tej in Ethiopia

    Daily backpacker budget for Ethiopia in 2020

    You can find more info and transcriptions on *Many Roads Travelled* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/ ) as well as on social media:

    *Facebook* ( https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Instagram* ( https://instagram.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Twitter* ( https://twitter.com/manyroad )

    *LinkedIn* ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/tambshaw )

    *YouTube* ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB466FnL8lNRGlzoB_gx-fA )

    *Pinterest* ( https://www.pinterest.com/manyroadstravelled )

    New episode out every Thursday!

    Next week’s episode I talk our continuing challenges in Ethiopia! So don’t miss it.

    Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

    Donations to help keep my podcast ad free will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast ** *right here.* ( https://ko-fi.com/manyroads )

    If you would like to contact me with any questions/feedback or about being a guest on your podcast you can get in touch via my ** *contact page* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/contact-me ) *or Press Kit.*

    If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review *on iTunes for Apple users* ( https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/id1523731835 ) and *Stitcher for android users* ( https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel ).

    Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my *website's podcast page.* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/solo-female-travel-podcast/ )

    Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.

    Tamara x

    Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

    • 26 min
    Ethiopia: Step 5 Complete! 11,150 Miles

    Ethiopia: Step 5 Complete! 11,150 Miles

    Welcome to episode 19 of Many Roads Travelled: Solo Female Travel Podcast.

    The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!

    So if you love (solo female) travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride!

    This first series is about my 16 month, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!

    So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!

    But not to worry because I give you up to date info on each episode.

    First of all, thank you so much for listening.

    On today's episode " Ethiopia: Step 5 Complete! 11,150 Miles”

    We have been on the road for over 4 months and have covered 11,150 miles so far.

    On this episode we will cover:

    Travelling in Ethiopia

    What to do in Axum, Ethiopia

    How to travel in Ethiopia

    How to visit Ethiopia in 2020

    How to travel in Ethiopia

    How to get a visa for Ethiopia

    Backpacking budget for Ethiopia in 2020

    You can find more info and transcriptions on *Many Roads Travelled* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/ ) as well as on social media:

    *Facebook* ( https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Instagram* ( https://instagram.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Twitter* ( https://twitter.com/manyroad )

    *LinkedIn* ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/tambshaw )

    *YouTube* ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB466FnL8lNRGlzoB_gx-fA )

    *Pinterest* ( https://www.pinterest.com/manyroadstravelled )

    New episode out every Thursday!

    Next week’s episode I talk about my near fatal truck accident in Ethiopia! So don’t miss it.

    Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

    Donations to help keep my podcast ad free will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast ** *right here.* ( https://ko-fi.com/manyroads )

    If you would like to contact me with any questions/feedback or about being a guest on your podcast you can get in touch via my ** *contact page* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/contact-me ) *or Press Kit.*

    If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review *on iTunes for Apple users* ( https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/id1523731835 ) and *Stitcher for android users* ( https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel ).

    Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my *website's podcast page.* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/solo-female-travel-podcast/ )

    Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.

    Tamara x

    Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

    • 35 min
    Newest Country in the World! Eritrea (Asmara & Masawa) : 10900 Miles

    Newest Country in the World! Eritrea (Asmara & Masawa) : 10900 Miles

    Welcome to episode 18 of Many Roads Travelled: Solo Female Travel Podcast.

    The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!

    So if you love female travel, adventure travel, solo travel or just travel in general then come along for the ride!

    This first series is about my 16 month, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!

    So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!

    First of all, thank you so much for listening.

    On today's episode " The Newest Country in The World! Asmara & Masawa Eritrea: 10,900 Miles”

    We have been on the road for 4 months and have covered 10,775 miles so far.

    On this episode we will cover:

    Travelling in Eritrea

    What to do in Asmara, Eritrea

    How to travel in Eritrea

    What to do in Masawa, Eritrea

    How to visit Eritrea in 2020

    How to travel in Eritrea

    How to get an Eritrean visa and travelling permits

    You can find more info and transcriptions on *Many Roads Travelled* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/ ) as well as on social media:

    *Facebook* ( https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Instagram* ( https://instagram.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Twitter* ( https://twitter.com/manyroad )

    *LinkedIn* ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/tambshaw )

    *YouTube* ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB466FnL8lNRGlzoB_gx-fA )

    *Pinterest* ( https://www.pinterest.com/manyroadstravelled )

    New episode out every Thursday!

    Next week’s episode we go to Ethiopia! So don’t miss it.

    Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

    Donations to help keep my podcast ad free will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast ** *right here.* ( https://ko-fi.com/manyroads )

    If you would like to contact me with any questions/feedback or about being a guest on your podcast you can get in touch via my ** *contact page* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/contact-me ) *or Press Kit.*

    If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review *on iTunes for Apple users* ( https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/id1523731835 ) and *Stitcher for android users* ( https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel ).

    Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my *website's podcast page.* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/podcast )

    Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.

    Tamara x

    Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

    • 29 min
    My Favourite Day In Sudan & Getting to Eritrea : 10,775 Miles

    My Favourite Day In Sudan & Getting to Eritrea : 10,775 Miles

    Welcome to episode 17 of Many Roads Travelled: Solo Female Travel Podcast.

    The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!

    So if you love female travel, adventure travel, solo travel or just travel in general then come along for the ride!

    This first series is about my 16 month, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!

    So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!

    First of all, thank you so much for listening.

    On today's episode " My Favourite Day In (Kasala) Sudan & Getting to Eritrea: 10,775 Miles”

    We have been on the road for almost 4 months and have covered 10,775 miles so far.

    On this episode we will cover:

    Travelling in Sudan

    What to do in Kasala, Sudan

    How to travel in Sudan

    Crossing the border into Eritrea from Sudan

    Tessenay, Eritrea

    How to travel in Eritrea

    Travelling from the Sudan border to Asmara, Eritrea

    You can find more info and transcriptions on *Many Roads Travelled* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/ ) as well as on social media:

    *Facebook* ( https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Instagram* ( https://instagram.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Twitter* ( https://twitter.com/manyroad )

    *LinkedIn* ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/tambshaw )

    *YouTube* ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB466FnL8lNRGlzoB_gx-fA )

    *Pinterest* ( https://www.pinterest.com/manyroadstravelled )

    New episode out every Thursday!

    Next week’s episode we go to Kasala, Sudan! So don’t miss it.

    Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

    Donations to help keep my podcast ad free will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast ** *right here.* ( https://ko-fi.com/manyroads )

    If you would like to contact me with any questions/feedback or about being a guest on your podcast you can get in touch via my ** *contact page* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/contact-me ) *or Press Kit.*

    If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review *on iTunes for Apple users* ( https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/id1523731835 ) and *Stitcher for android users* ( https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel ).

    Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my *website's podcast page.* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/podcast )

    Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.

    Tamara x

    Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

    • 26 min
    Hot & Bothered In Khartoum, Sudan : 10075 Miles

    Hot & Bothered In Khartoum, Sudan : 10075 Miles

    Welcome to episode 16 of Many Roads Travelled: Solo Female Travel Podcast.

    The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!

    So if you love female travel, adventure travel, solo travel or just travel in general then come along for the ride!

    This first series is about my 16 month, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!

    So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!

    First of all, thank you so much for listening.

    On today's episode " (Hot as Hell) Khartoum Sudan: 10,075 Miles

    We have been on the road for over 3 months and have covered 10,075 miles so far.

    On this episode we will cover:

    Travelling in Sudan

    What to do in Khartoum Sudan

    How to get a Sudan visa

    How to get an Eritrean visa.

    How to get an Ethiopian visa.

    You can find more info and transcriptions on *Many Roads Travelled* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/ ) as well as on social media:

    *Facebook* ( https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Instagram* ( https://instagram.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Twitter* ( https://twitter.com/manyroad )

    *LinkedIn* ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/tambshaw )

    *YouTube* ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB466FnL8lNRGlzoB_gx-fA )

    *Pinterest* ( https://www.pinterest.com/manyroadstravelled )

    New episode out every Thursday!

    Next week’s episode we go to Kasala, Sudan! So don’t miss it.

    Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

    Donations to help keep my podcast ad free will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast ** *right here.* ( https://ko-fi.com/manyroads )

    If you would like to contact me with any questions/feedback or about being a guest on your podcast you can get in touch via my ** *contact page* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/contact-me ) *or Press Kit.*

    If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review *on iTunes for Apple users* ( https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/id1523731835 ) and *Stitcher for android users* ( https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel ).

    Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my *website's podcast page.* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/podcast )

    Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.

    Tamara x

    Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

    • 28 min
    The Train Ride From Hell! Wadi Halfa Sudan : 10 075 Miles

    The Train Ride From Hell! Wadi Halfa Sudan : 10 075 Miles

    Welcome to episode 15 of Many Roads Travelled: Travel Podcast.

    The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!

    So if you love female travel, adventure travel, solo travel or just travel in general then come along for the ride!

    This first series is about my 16 month, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!

    So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!

    First of all, thank you so much for listening.

    On today's episode " Wadi Halfa (Half way to hell) Sudan: 10,075 Miles

    We have been on the road for 3 months and have covered 8000 miles so far. This episode we cover another 1200 miles, taking us to 10,075 miles!

    On this episode we will cover:

    Travelling in Sudan

    How to get the ferry from Aswan, Egypt to Wadi Halfa, Sudan?

    How to get the train from Wadi Halfa to Khartoum Sudan?

    How to get from Egypt to Sudan overland.

    How to get from Sudan to Egypt overland.

    What to do in Wadi Halfa, Sudan.

    You can find more info and transcriptions on *Many Roads Travelled* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/ ) as well as on social media:

    *Facebook* ( https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Instagram* ( https://instagram.com/manyroadstravelled )

    *Twitter* ( https://twitter.com/manyroad )

    *LinkedIn* ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/tambshaw )

    *YouTube* ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB466FnL8lNRGlzoB_gx-fA )

    *Pinterest* ( https://www.pinterest.com/manyroadstravelled )

    New episode out every Thursday!

    Next week’s episode we go to the capitol of Sudan, Khartoum! So don’t miss it.

    Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!

    Donations to help keep my podcast ad free will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast ** *right here.* ( https://ko-fi.com/manyroads )

    If you would like to contact me with any questions/feedback or about being a guest on your podcast you can get in touch via my ** *contact page* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/contact-me ) *or Press Kit.*

    If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review *on iTunes for Apple users* ( https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/id1523731835 ) and *Stitcher for android users* ( https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel ).

    Advice on how to leave a review can be found on my *website's podcast page.* ( https://manyroadstravelled.com/podcast )

    Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.

    Tamara x

    Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations

    • 28 min

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11 Ratings

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Love it!!

Super amazing podcast with the best host!! Highly highly recommended!!

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Awesome travel stories!

I'm loving this podcast. I don't really have the travel bug, but I love hearing stories from people who do. Very entertaining and informative!

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ROAD TRIP!!!

As somebody that hasn’t traveled outside of the US, I love hearing your adventures and stories and look forward to Covid being over so I can have similar adventures!!

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