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Hi! We are Edo and Anna and this is Go Far, an adventure podcast. Join us as we recount the tales of all of our cycling or hiking trips, while diving deep into the world of human powered travel. 🚲🥾 Together, we bring our passion for human-powered travel to the airwaves, sharing stories, insights, and tips on how to explore the world in a way that is sustainable, adventurous, and rewarding. From bike touring to backpacking, we try cover a wide range of topics and destinations, always with an ...
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Ever dreamt of embarking on an adventure, stepping off the beaten path, and exploring trails that lead you through history, culture, and unspoiled nature- all in the span of a few hours? Well, we, your hosts Anna and Edo, did just that. We took on Il Cammino dei Tre Villaggi - the Smallest Camino in Italy, a well-organized 20km loop brimming with b…
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We embarked on an incredible adventure as we set off to hike the Cammino dei Tre Villaggi, also known as the shortest Camino in Italy. This 20-kilometer journey took us through untouched forests, over small rivers, and past ancient ruins dating back over 2500 years. Follow along as we share our experiences navigating this well-organized trail, expl…
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Ever wondered how you can embark on an unforgettable adventure without draining your wallet? We're Anna and Edo, and today we're sharing our expert tips on how to make that dream a reality! We'll guide you through the essentials you need, the gear you can repurpose, and our own experiences from our bicycle adventures on the Via Francigena. Join us …
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Welcome to our first mini-episode! A shorter format in which we talk about a specific aspect of human-powered travel and what makes it so special. One of the main reasons why we really enjoy traveling by foot or by bike is the profound experience that you live when you travel more slowly, simplify your daily activities and really notice the specifi…
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The Via degli Dei, or "Way of the Gods," is a 130-kilometer hiking trail that spans from Bologna to Florence in Italy. This ancient route takes hikers through the stunning landscapes of the Apennine Mountains, passing through quaint villages and historic sites along the way. The trail starts in Bologna and winds through the hills of the Tuscan-Emil…
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In this special, companion episode, we'll take you on an immersive journey along the Way of the Gods, or Via degli Dei, in Italy. But rather than editing our audio to perfection, we're giving you a raw and unfiltered experience. We want you to feel as if you're right there with us, hearing every step we take, every breath we draw, and every sound w…
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This is our first ever field recorded episode! Join us as we walk along the Lake Como Greenway, a 12km (or 7.5 mi) long trail that borders the shores of the fabled northern Italian lake. This episode will be slightly different from the ones you've heard so far: we brought our trusty field recorder with us, and we recorded our thoughts and the sound…
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In this first episode of our new season, we're joined by Jan Claus di Blasio: Jan is a fellow adventurer who loves to visit every nook and cranny of the world, while also paying special attention to the lands he calls home. We'll be having a long chat on what it means to go adventuring and how we can often travel far by staying close to home. Follo…
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Back in 2018, before travel restrictions were a thing, we decided to take full advantage of living in the EU by traveling from one country to another on what turned out to be our very first international bike tour. To be fair we didn't really know what we were getting into, but that's part of of the charm, isn't it? Follow along with us as we make …
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The Cammino di Oropa is a 65km long trail in Piemonte, a region in the northeast of Italy. Shrouded in mysticism and spirituality, this trail brought us through woods and up mountains, making us visit secluded monasteries and sleeping in cells in hilltop sanctuaries, and ultimately led us to the marvelous Basilica of Oropa where a unique religious …
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Hear about our very first cycling trip along the Via Francigena, which is actually a very ancient pilgrimage route that goes through one of the most beautiful parts of Italy, 300 km from Siena, Tuscany to Rome, complete with lots of adventures and misadventures along the way. Music used in intro: Adventure Beyond by Alexander Nakarada Link: https:/…
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Welcome to Go Far! In this episode, we (Edo&Anna) will tell you a little bit about ourselves, how are shared love for different kinds of adventures brought us together and what our plans for this podcast are. The following music was used for this media project: Music: Adventure Beyond by Alexander Nakarada Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/8…
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