Travel Freedom Podcast: Want a location independent lifestyle & income? Swap commuting for exploring and take 100% control of your work/life balance. With a dose of humour, your hosts Tommo & Megsy will set you on the path to travel freedom with weekly episodes. We interview online income experts & find the most affordable ways to live in and visit destinations around the world.
We interview digital nomads and online entrepreneurs on how they make money from anywhere. Guests include John Lee Dumas (Entrepreneur on Fire), Gary Arndt (Everything-Everywhere), Natalie Sisson (Suitcase Entrepreneur) and many more.
Travel Hacking Central. How we travel the world in style, for as little as $200 USD per person per month. Extend your runway to business success by massively reducing your outgoings while getting to travel the world too.
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NEW PODCAST "The Dish". Ep1: Tacos: Are they really an ancient dish? (Part 1) Pilot
"The Dish" is a new food/travel podcast from Tommo & Megsy. We explore the stories behind the world's best dishes. More info at: https://foodfuntravel.com/thedish/
In this episode:
How tacos became a dish - and when.
What was the first ever taco style? (We go eat it, live!)
A roundup of Mexico's tastiest taco styles
What was the largest & most expensive taco in the world?
Featuring Taco Pro & Food Historian, Jeffrey Pilcher (University of Toronto)
Show notes: https://foodfuntravel.com/001
069 Chiang Mai P1: Food & Fun in Northern Thailand
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From the insanely busy walking markets to the surprising abundance of Thai-Western fusion food, Chiang Mai has got a little bit of everything for the modern digital nomad. We find food, fun and even some classic Thai luxury, in part one of our two part Chiang Mai Podcast.
068 Blog Monetization 101: Core Strategies
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Are you are struggling to make a money from your blog? We discuss the core strategies that are working for bloggers right now and how to choose which are right for you.
067 Hong Kong Food Extravaganza
Full Show Notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/067
Hong Kong is one of the best foodie destinations in the world. We delight our tastebuds with everything from down and dirty local cantonese food, to up market French tapas. We wash it back with a healthy serving of wine at the international wine and spirits show.
Bowrington Food Market
BBQ Honey Pork & Goose!
Alchemy Dine in the dark
Aqua Luna Harbour Tours
Mr Wong's Unlimited Food & Wine Buffet
The International Wine & Spirits Fair
066 Essential Wordpress plugins for bloggers
Full Show Notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/066
Get your free Blog Setup Cheat Sheets by registering on the show notes for this episode.
Security, improved site speed, SEO, email list and social building, increase engagement, increase profit. There are a lot of plugins we use on all our Wordpress blogs. This is our list of essential ones that you shouldn't be without.
065 Essaouira, Morocco: Eating Fresh & The Massage of Death
Full Show notes: www.travelfreedompodcast.com/065
We spent one month in Essaouira, on Morocco's Atlantic west coast. We explore some of the most "freshest" local food markets in the world, discover the winding backstreets and history of the medina and find a local massage that was more than we bargained for...
Shopping for the freshest raw chicken - So fresh it's still warm!
The history behind The Essaouira Medina and fortress
The largest lounge we've had in an apartment - ever! Only $350 a month.
Kitesurfing on the atlantic coast
The massage of death!
Amazing fruit and veg markets and the secret to finding good tagine in Morocco
T-Dog and M-Cat have crazy chemistry
Why do I call them by these super cool names? 1. Super cool name creation is common trait of super cool people. There was study done in Austria in 1972. It was cool. 2. I wasn't sure how they spelled their names and I didn't want anyone to make fun of me.
The Podcast is super fast paced and changes quickly. They are on the road constantly so the audio quality is what you expect. But even when the audio quality is bad at times they make up for it with their off-the-wall-ness. These guys are hilarious. It's so impressive at times how they keep their energy so high.
I am on #23. I assume they are missing out on opportunities with some sponsors due to the infrequent profanity. When it is used it is delivered perfectly and totally adds color.
The fam and I are getting ready to ship out and travel for at least a couple years and said why the hell don't we document it and maybe create some money on the side. So in addition to the punch you in the face funniness there is a lot of good data on creating blog style travel business too.
I don't know if I am droning on and giving too long of a review but dammit I have listened to dozens of travel related podcasts over the last year and this is by far the most entertainingly informative. And for some reason it was never coming up in my search for the next travel podcast. iTunes...how dare you. Then I look and the only have 20 something reviews to that I declare: appalling.
I have added this last part as it highlights how important I am and I think that other reviewers should know that. No I am not overcompensating for anything.
I don't take the time to write reviews until I have listened to a dozen or two episodes as my review, written with such sincerity and beauty, will probably change the life of a child or that of a whole village - pretty certainly.
The interviews for this podcast are great! The rest is all over the place. Kind of annoying and trying too hard to be funny and dramatic. Toning it down a bit and giving us more content would make a this more enjoyable for me.
A bit annoying
The hosts are just trying to hard. They are “overacting” and are quite annoying with some of their rather obvious tips.