Travel: It's become too easy these days. With the ease of online hotel bookings and travel review sites, your holiday is never more than a couple clicks away. But if you're looking for more than a "Yelp" experience, this is your show. Your host, Justin Jones, is a self-styled travel guru who likes his travel with more grit than glamour. He'll drag you off the beaten path to unlock the secrets of exotic locales while cutting to the core of local culture. Hear what the locals eat, where they hang out, and where to find the best deals and bargains. Discover what life is like on the other side of a one way ticket with Justin Jones!
Radical Travel – How Technology is Changing Travel
In this edition of Radical Travel, Justin Jones discusses how technology is changing the world of travel. From ubiquitous internet, even in developing nations, to backpackers with smartphones, packed with apps and information -- it's a much different world than it was just a few years ago. We chat with David Hoffman video travel blogger and author of a travel guide book series available at DavidsBeenHere.com - he shares his favorite apps and gadgets and talks about how his tech has changed travel. We also hear from tech guru Christopher Castro and touch base with Sachin Arora from G3 Wireless, a company that offers an interesting solution to help you avoid roaming charges cellphone. It's an info-packed show about tech and travel!
Radical Travel – Coming Home: Coping with Reverse Culture Shock and Travel Addiction.
In this edition of Radical Travel, Justin Jones shares his personal struggles with Travel Addiction and Reverse Culture Shock after recently returning home to California. We interview Rebecca Good our travel psychology and addiction specialist to learn a little more about the psychology of travel addiction and how to cope with reverse culture shock. We also hear from Twitter and Facebook followers about their own struggles and coping strategies for returning home after long term travels.
Radical Travel – Travel Smarter with these Tips, Tricks, and Travel Hacks!
In this edition of Radical Travel, Justin Jones shares some of his favorite tips for traveling smarter, better, and cheaper. This week's guest, Jonathan Roseland is a bio-hacking, life-hacking, and travel-hacking expert who runs the Limitless Mindset website and podcast, dedicated to teaching you how to live a better life. . He shares his tips for not losing things while traveling, not getting robbed, beating hangovers on the road, and getting free language lessons and dates from locals! This edition of Radical Travel is jam packed with awesome info, but if that's not enough for you, check out the article on World Travel Buzz with even more Tips Tricks and Travel Hacks!
Radical Travel – How to Travel Green
Being an eco-conscious traveler isn't always easy. In this edition of Radical Travel, Justin Jones shares what it's like to visit a Guatemalan garbage dump, and why you should always try to recycle, even when traveling abroad. Hear from Green Travel Expert, Richard Hammond of GreenTraveller.co.uk about how you can significantly lower your carbon footprint by just changing one thing about the way your travel. Also, Don Cayelli of Gomadic.com tells us about the Sun Volt Solar Charging System. Learn how to travel green, and what to look for when planning an eco-friendly holiday to a sustainable travel destination.
Radical Travel – How (and Why) to Volunteer Abroad
In this edition of Radical Travel, we discuss Volunteering Abroad, from what kinds of programs are available to where you can go. We chat with Katie Boyer, Volunteer Director at GoOverseas.com, and she shares some of her experiences volunteering overseas and gives insight into what kinds of volunteer programs are available overseas, and how to choose the right volunteer program for you. Justin Jones shares his story of helping to build a school house in a rural Guatemalan pueblo. We also hear from Todd Humphrey of Kobo, an eReader company that has millions of digital books and some awesome eReaders, perfect for travelers. All this and more on this edition of Radical Travel!
Radical Travel – Staying Healthy on the Road: A Guide to Travelers’ Diarrhea and Difficult Toilets.
From the world's worst toilets to the truth about traveler's diarrhea, this week on Radical Travel, we take an in-depth look at how to stay healthy while traveling in developing nations. Traveler's Diarrhea or Montezuma's Revenge or whatever you want to call it is a real health issue, but one that not many people don't like to talk about. We chat with Dr. Jane Wilson Howarth, author of the book, How to Shit Around the World and she shares the informative and entertaining truths of bacteria, water quality, food safety, and yes, diarrhea. We also talk about squat toilets, long drops, and how to clean your backside in a country that uses buckets of water instead of toilet paper. We're also joined by Robert Kao, president of Purificup, a portable water filtration unit that will help to keep you healthy when traveling. All this and much more on this edition of Radical Travel!
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One of my favorite travel podcasts. This show has made me a better traveler... Thanks Justin