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Best Gary Arndt podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Gary Arndt podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Well Traveled Life (formerly The Global Travel Conspiracy) is a weekly travel podcast hosted by Gary Arndt. Gary has been traveling the globe since 2007 and has visited over 130 countries and all 7 continents. Listen to Gary as he talks to the world's most inspiring travelers and learn how you can travel more to improve your life.
 
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 ...
 
Odyssey & Muse is a weekly podcast about creativity, adventure and living life without a map. Host John Jurko II (@johnjurko) dives into conversations with interesting and talented artists, travelers, innovators and adventure junkies to discuss how they brought their creations and journeys to life. John will dig into the big questions like how to overcome fears, how to plan and execute a large project, and how to discover the things that drive you. Finding your true North. Subscribe, share a ...
 
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I interviewed three men regarding South Africa's Greater Balepye Nature Reserve: Prince Dipati Benjamin Maenetja of the Greater Balepye Nature Reserve. Louis B. Ebersöhn, CEO of African Wildlife Services. Dr. T. Wayne Schwertner of Tarleton State University. Louis started guiding safaris in 1994. Freelancing at first but soon started his own Outfit…
 
Ladan Jiracek and I talk about: Our world's future. Will the USA be screwed or on top? What about the rest of the world? Our brain's future. Will we get neural implants? Ladan is getting his Ph.D. to help develop technology that augments our brains. He's also traveled to over 100 countries. He hosts the Travel Wisdom podcast and the Neuro Implant P…
 
This Week in Travel – Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Gary Arndt, Jen Leo, and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guest: SPECIAL GUEST BIO: Sherry Ott is a long term traveler, blogger, and photographer with one goal in mind - to make you wish you were somewhere else. She writes about her travel lifestyle and around the world adventures …
 
Do aliens exist? Have they visited (or are they visiting) our planet? Are all crop circles manmade? In this civil debate, Derek Loudermilk and I discuss these topics. Derek argues that these metaphysical things are real. I am extremely skeptical. Listen to both sides and comment on what you think. The one thing I forgot to mention was string theory…
 
Around 2010, Forrest Fenn hid a multimillion-dollar treasure in the Rocky Mountains. Gold, gems, and other precious items are packed in a portable 12th-century bronze chest. Nearly half a million people have searched for it in vain. A couple of weeks ago, I spoke two hours with one of the foremost experts on Forrest Fenn's treasure, Dal Nietzel. It…
 
On Facebook, I wrote regarding the George Floyd riots, "I understand why people are angry, but does anyone think that widespread destruction and theft is justified? To my surprise, most people answered "Yes." Perhaps I was unclear, so Rejoice and I made this video/podcast to clarify my question. It's best to see the video: https://www.youtube.com/w…
 
Gary Arndt, a famous world-traveler, has been to chaotic places, but this week, chaos came to his hometown, Minneapolis. We talked last night while we heard rioting outside his window. On this recording, you'll hear sirens, honking horns, and helicopters. George Floyd's death sparked riots throughout the USA, but the epicenter is in Gary's backyard…
 
Flying to the South Pole and then to the North Pole in a small plane is extremely dangerous. Robert DeLaurentis, who is known as the Zen Pilot, is on the brink of pulling this off. I caught up with him when he was grounded in Spain during the Coronapocolypse. By the time this airs, he should be in Sweden. He plans to fly over 3 key places around th…
 
Every four years, there's a US election, the World Cup, and the Olympics. They don't all happen in the same year, but they each have a 4-year cycle. In a few minutes, there's another event that happens once every for years that few talk about: the bitcoin halving. To celebrate, I'll give a simplified explanation of what the halving is and why it's …
 
As of today (May 11, 2020), 80,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. In 2018, 80,000 Americans died of the flu. It was a bad flu year. You can watch this on YouTube too. It's fascinating how we look at death. The Infection Fatality Rate of COVID-19 is about 10 times worse than influenza. Therefore, if we didn't shelter in place, perhaps we would h…
 
Read the article or watch the video about this podcast. It's helpful to see the graphs. I copied the article and graphs below, but use this link if the images don't pop up in your podcast player. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3k4CTL6fowA 8 Flaws in Bitcoin's Stock-to-Flow Model Will Doom It I love Bitcoin. Nothing would make me happier than to se…
 
When I travel, I love to observe common ground in a sea of diversity. The planet has over 100 currencies, but there's one thing that everyone agrees is money: gold. So far, COVID-19 has killed 200,000, which has added to the 5 million deaths that we suffer from communicable diseases every year. COVID-19 has also killed the global economy. The trave…
 
SPECIAL GUEST BIO: Anietra Hamper is an award-winning travel writer and photographer with a penchant for outdoor adventure and fishing for some of the largest fish in the world. Prior to writing for travel publications, Anietra spent 18 years as a top-rated, EMMY nominated television news Anchor and investigative reporter. Anietra takes a “boots-on…
 
Last week, I got this email from Robert Hahn, whom I interviewed a couple of months ago on this podcast. He wrote: Hey Francis! I listened to your most recent podcast with Rejoice. Afterwards I looked into investment in crypto a bit. I was wondering what your thoughts are on platforms for buying and storing the virtual currency. I was also interest…
 
How do you think we should solve the Coronapocolypse? Should we keep sheltering in place for another month or two? What metrics would you look at to decide when enough is enough? Rejoice and I debate my solution to the Corona crisis. Rejoice also shares a few stories from Africa during this bizarre time. Leave your comments and solutions at WanderL…
 
Is the Coronavirus is overly hyped? Rejoice and I discuss that. I explain why you shouldn't hike your own hike in 2020. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't hike in 2020. I explain how and where to go hiking in 2020. Rejoice shares how COVID-19 is impacting Africa. More info You can post comments, ask questions, and sign up for my newsletter at http…
 
Thru-hiking can take social distancing to an extreme. Unless you camp close to random people or you spend lots of time in town when you resupply, you will be safely away from any contagion. That's why 2020 is the best year ever to thru-hike, especially if you recently lost your job. Put your stuff in storage (or sell it all). Stop paying rent. And …
 
On March 20, 2020, Rejoice and I spontaneously went Live on Facebook to share our thoughts about the Coronavirus pandemic. (Don't worry. The photo of us hugging was taken months before the Coronapocolypse.) In 2014, when the Ebola contagion was raging across West Africa, I was traveling in West Africa. The world was panicking. Some worried that it …
 
Liz Warner is going to run 30 marathons before she turns 30 years old in June 2020. However, her real accomplishment is raising nearly $30,000 for 20 charities in the process! In this podcast, we discuss some of the highlights and lowlights of her first 27 marathons and her Run To Reach experience. She's going to finish on Mt. Everest in late May 2…
 
On March 14, 2020, Dan Grec's Kickstarter will end. If you're listening to this before that date, buy Dan's book on Kickstarter. His book (and website) are called The Road Chose Me. If you're listening to this after March 14th, buy Dan Grec's book on Amazon. Why buy his book? Because for 999 days Dan Grec drove through 35 of the 54 African countrie…
 
Part 5 of 5 of the "What Can Americans Teach Europeans" series Snobby Europeans love to say that Americans have “no cuisine, no culture, no history.” Let’s refute this belief. We’ll begin with food. First, Americans brought hamburgers and Coca-Cola to the world. The French (and many others) will immediately sniff and say, “That doesn’t count.” Real…
 
Part 4 of 5 of the "What Americans Can Teach Europeans" series Americans are criticized for being ignorant of geography, languages, and the world in general. Let’s examine geography first. For example, someone from Slovakia often feels smart because he can name at least ten countries near him and explain what’s basically going on there. He says Ame…
 
Smile for Valentine's Day! Part 3 of 5 of the "What Americans Can Teach Europeans" Series Europeans often criticize the “American smile.” They say that Americans are fake, because they often smile when they are not really happy. Americans pretend to be happy to see you, when they’re not. A customer service representative might greet you with a chee…
 
Part 2 of 5 of the "What Americans Can Teach Europeans" series Several Eastern Europeans thought I worked for the CIA. They asked, “Why else would you be in Albania?” It’s hilarious what Eastern Europeans seriously believe the CIA does: A Slovenian told me that the “weird” weather they were experiencing was due to the CIA testing wacky weather-cont…
 
Part 1 of 5 in the Defending America Series. Throughout Eastern Europe, I asked, “What can your country teach America?” I’ve documented their excellent suggestions in The Hidden Europe: What Eastern Europeans Can Teach Us. As part of this process, Europeans often told me, quite bluntly, what they think of Americans. The fact that I’m half-European …
 
In early 2020, Randy Williams has been to 142 countries. Although this is remarkable, it's especially impressive when you consider that he's been working full-time for most of his life. It's understandable how someone who has years to travel is able to visit 142 countries, but doing it when you have a real job in the workaholic USA is hard. Randy W…
 
The Pilgrim's perspective Many people ask me, “What are you thinking about when you walk from sunrise to sunset in remote wildernesses?”Sometimes I’m just thinking of the next step. Other times I’m thinking about Megan Fox.However, during my pilgrimage, I do go into deep-thoughts mode occasionally. That’s what this article is about. It will lead to…
 
Olaf Ofstad (pictured) was my guest on my 59th WanderLearn episode, which was about how to avoid and survive a kidnapping. If you haven't listened to it yet, you should listen to it before listening to this episode. One listener wrote me an email asking questions and criticizing some issues about the show. Therefore, in this episode, I air those cr…
 
Before you look at these predictions, you should see how accurate my 7 predictions for 2019 were. Also, if you want to watch me talk about this, see it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwI739M9vKU In 2020...1. Bitcoin will end 2020 above $10,000. Unlike my previous two bitcoin predictions which were perfect (the 80% decline followed by t…
 
Last year, my podcast with Sym Blanchard became the 2nd most downloaded WanderLearn episode. It was super popular because he really was a fun guest. You must listen to it before listening to this podcast. Because he attracted so many listeners, I invited him back to the show! I begin the podcast asking Sym the most profound question I've always wan…
 
For the 2019 holidays, we're taking a flashback to over a decade ago. I started the WanderLearn podcast in 2008. I'm pulling this episode from the archives because it's one of my favorite episodes of that era. It was the first time that I met Julia Trutko, a Russophone Estonian. She had just moved to San Francisco from Florida. Although she was bor…
 
Brittnay and Jayden are The Travelling Housesitters. In the WanderLearn podcast, I ask them: How did Jay get to look after a cat on a catamaran? What websites do they recommend to use to find housesits? Why don't they charge to housesit? Did they have a housesit horror story? What housesits do they avoid? What is their long-range plan? Do they have…
 
Matt Favero is the Director of Marketing at Zpacks, one of my top two favorite backpacking gear companies (Gossamer Gear is the other). I ask him: How did he get involved in Zpacks? What backpacking opportunities exist in Florida? What’s the dumbest backpacking mistake he ever made? What Zpack product is he most proud of? What is his funkiest item?…
 
After graduating from Harvard Business School and working a bit, DJ Didonna embarked on an improbable quest: helping people take months or even years off work. There's nothing wrong with working nonstop for 40 years. However, paradoxically, taking a sabbatical may be the best thing for your career. DJ wants to help you do what most Harvard Business…
 
This is one of my favorite podcasts this year. I admire Mike Spencer Bown. He's been traveling for the last 25 years. He's been to every country. He's the author of The World's Most Travelled Man. Does he deserve that title? He didn't even pick that title. His publisher did. We discuss whether that topic as well as these topics: How many Canadian p…
 
Lauren Kahn has done 72 home exchanges! One way to immerse yourself in a foreign environment is to do a home exchange. Lauren's blog offers plenty of advice on how to do a home exchange. This podcast comes in two parts. Due to a technical snafu, Lauren thought she lost our first interview. So I interviewed her twice, thinking that we lost the origi…
 
Over 2.5 million people have read my article, "10 Reasons Why El Camino de Santiago Sucks." One of those people is Susan Alcorn, who has hiked to Santiago, Spain 16 different times over 9 different routes. Instead of taking offense to the article, she took it as constructive criticism of the article. We've had a civil discussion about El Camino eve…
 
Boyd Varty's TED talk about "What I Learned From Nelson Mandela" made Varty famous. His talk has nearly two million views. His newest book came out this week. It's called The Lion Tracker's Guide to Life. Varty is a fourth-generation custodian of the Londolozi Game Reserve. Unlike his ancestors, he's never hunted a lion. Now he just tracks them for…
 
Few people expect to get kidnapped, but it's good to have some education on how to avoid kidnapping and what to do if you are kidnapped. In this episode 59 of the WanderLearn podcast, I interview Olav Ostad, who wrote Surviving Kidnappers: Precautions, Influence, Strategic Tools, which I reviewed on my website. You can buy it on Amazon. I ask Olav …
 
Donna Colson is one of the five City Council members in Burlingame, California. Currently, she's serving as Burlingame's Mayor. Burlingame is an affluent city with 30,000 residents near the San Francisco Airport. I grew up next to Burlingame. Mayor Colson is running for re-election to the City Council on November 5, 2019. We chatted for 30 minutes …
 
Jack Kennedy got malaria in Sumbawa, Indonesia. After that tough experience, a lightbulb went off in his head. He wondered if, at the cost of a few thousand dollars, he could eliminate malaria in Sumbawa. He founded Health Access Sumbawa to eradicate malaria in Sumbawa and far beyond. Can we eliminate malaria plasmodium? What's the best bang for th…
 
This Week in Travel. Regular hosts Gary Arndt, Jen Leo, Spud Hilton, and Chris Christensen This special episode was recorded live at the TBEX travel blogging conference in Billings Montana and marks the 10th anniversary since the show started. We are joined by this week's guests: Palle Bo from The Radio Vagabond Rick Calvert from TBEX Jesse Guidry …
 
What would you do if you were caught in an avalanche? How do you minimize your risk when you're traveling in the snowy mountains? Robert Hahn has studied avalanches and still managed to get caught in one. He works for the Northwest Avalanche Center. He shares his personal avalanche survival story. He also shares tips on how you can avoid repeating …
 
WanderLearn fans get a special chance to win $1000 in travel credits on TourRadar by going here: https://www.tourradar.com/wanderlearn About this episode: Jessica Husson was one of two people (out of thousands who applied) who won a round-the-world trip sponsored by TourRadar and Intrepid travel. Jessica and Joan (a Spaniard) starred in some superb…
 
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