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Y Travel Podcast, is hosted by Caz and Craig Makepeace from the award winning Y Travel Blog. We explore the why's of travel - why you should, how you can, and what to do. We never escaped the cubicle or the rat race because we never joined it in the FIRST PLACE. Travel has always been the priority of our lives and we'll share our tips, stories and advice from 22 years of travel, no matter how our lifestyle has evolved. Solo travel, couples travel, expat travel, family travel, RV travel and d ...
 
Travel in Ten hosted by David Brodie is a ten minute window on some of the coolest places to visit around the world. From Hip Hotels to great restaurants, concerts, festivals and events we will be presenting audio tours, videocasts and soundscapes of interesting places around the globe. We hope you enjoy the podcast, please send any questions, comments or suggestions to travelin10@gmail.com - 890072 Our first series of podcasts focus on Tokyo, Japan but look for upcoming shows on many destin ...
 
Chris Pyak interviews courageous people that have been able to ditch their traditional lives and desk jobs to chase their passions all over the world. The topics covered include travel stories, the best ways to find travel deals, how living in an unconventional way has improved their lives, how they fund their travels, how to make money on the road, and advice for those wanting to ditch their desk as well. 956258
 
I didn’t set out to become a paid speaker or a professional podcaster. But those things happened. And it all began the day I started telling one simple personal story. You have a story like that. On The Aaron Schlein Story, I share everything I learn about building your personal network, expanding your influence, and monetizing your expertise. It all starts with that ONE damn story.
 
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We're happy to bring back Kerwin McKenzie to the podcast, our friend and fellow travel lover, travel blogger, ex-airline worker, and plane enthusiast who has traveled to 125 countries and flown on 180 airlines!! In this podcast, Kerwin shares with us the mission and purpose behind the Black Travel Alliance which was founded by a group of Black cont…
 
Ever wondered how you can make travel a reality, while managing a full-time job, paying off student loans, saving for a house, and investing in your future? We're excited to share with you many nuggets on how to make this work from someone who has done all the above and continues to do so. Danielle Desir from the Thought Card, an Award winning affo…
 
In this episode we wrap up our week long family road trip through Natural North Florida, a region between Tallahassee and Jacksonville down to the Gulf Coast at Cedar Key. We had a fantastic week diving for sea scallops, swimming in natural springs, kayaking down stunning rivers and across to nearby islands. Plus, loads of delicious seafood and fri…
 
Leaving home always feels good, when you know you’re going to return. But what about those of us, who don’t? In this episode, I chat with three Zimbabweans who’ve left home, returning with ancestral lineage gifts of cradle to gravel worldwide favourites; Ice Cream, Wine, good Health and Wellness. Come. Catch a buzz with me chatting with @TapiTapi G…
 
If there is one thing 2020 has shown you is the possibility of an alternative lifestyle. You mean I can work from wherever I am AND my kids can approach learning in the same way? Yes. In this podcast episode we share our ultimate tips for making this work. Why am I qualified to give you this advice? 15 years teaching in 5 different countries 22 yea…
 
Christina McEvoy and family are full-time travelers, outdoor adventure travel experts, content creators and bloggers. They have been slow traveling through Central and South America since Jan 2019 and are currently in Chile, where they got "stuck" during the pandemic. They have two boys and love to seek physical challenges and off-the-beaten-path p…
 
Kerwin McKenzie is the expert you want for finding information on flights and global travel! He is an ex-airline employee who has been passionate about aviation since his first flight at 9. He's visited 125 countries, flown on 180 airlines, has written two books for airline employees, created several travel and flight websites and is a regular conf…
 
From virtual hikes on the Great Wall of China, to a Private Online Tango Concert with a Latin Grammy Nominee, to a Guided Meditation with Sheep, we'll be looking at some of the best online travel experiences you can take this summer! Some of the other experiences we feature on this week's episode include: Sangria Making Classes with Drag Queens in …
 
Like you, I’ve grown tired and out of patience while waiting for this Covid 19 drama to die down. And yet here on the Continent, we’re told, most countries haven’t even yet seen the peak rise in cases. Well I don’t know about you, but I’m tired! In need of coffee to make the most basic of decisions on a daily basis. Yeah, usually only one.Continent…
 
We had a lot of fun recording this podcast episode and sharing why we resonate so strongly with the beach community vibe of Wrightsville Beach in North Carolina. Thankfully, it's less than two hours from Raleigh so we can visit often. This recording put us into Aussie mode - the connection between those two places is so great. We slip into some fun…
 
Welcome to the 11th season of the Travel in 10 Podcast! For this season we're joined by co-host Tim Johnson. Tim is a full-time travel writer who regularly writes for places such as CNN, The Globe and Mail, Afar and more and has traveled to over 145 countries around the world. This has become one of the strangest years ever for travel, so as we kic…
 
In this episode, we share our quick family getaway to Beaufort, a charming historical town in South Carolina. We're back traveling - mostly exploring the East Coast - and visiting those lessor known destinations. We want you to still have those travel experiences you are thirsting for - especially during these challenging times when you need a brea…
 
In this special episode, we answer your questions about RV travel, or caravan camper travel if you are in Australia. Thank you to all those who sent in their questions. Topics covered include * The best approach for a six month trip of the US in a 4x4 camper * Handy tips for managing wanting to see it all! * We may whine about the weather again - b…
 
Expats: How do to become a precious asset to any employer. Especially when you move to a foreign country. Ana struggles to find a job in Germany, despite a PhD and an EU passport. Together we figure out how she discovers employers pain points and use them to her advantage. More: immigrantspirit.comBy Chris Pyak
 
Why not record a podcast offering camping tips while you're camping on the edge of the lake? We spent a few days camping at Kerr Lake. Tent camping is one of our favorite things to do and we have LOADS of experience camping in Australia, Africa and the US. We share all our tips, plus a few insider stories and funnies. Don't forget to subscribe and …
 
Are you worried about taking a road trip with kids and having a good time? I know being trapped in a car with kids for hours on end sounds terrifying. It can be and sometimes will be, but we're here to help you make the journey just as awesome as the destination. That's the benefit of road tripping. It's been our preferred way to travel with kids f…
 
From spooky slot canyon hikes to ATV adventures over the sand dunes of one of the most colorful and spectacular state parks we've visited, we're sharing those hidden secrets of Southern Utah. After 6 weeks of exploring this desert state, we are sharing our favorite lessor known adventures and places to see. We'd love to hear your favorites in the c…
 
How do you get a job if you cannot leave the house? Shannon Digby had bad luck. She moved from New Zealand to Germany - just to be stuck in her flat, days after her arrival. I let you eavedrop while I coach Shannon. Together we figure out how you reach the decision makers behind a job ad - when you cannot leave the house. This method is respectful.…
 
Lesli and Dan Peterson are two personal friends of ours and the dynamic duo behind 365 Atlanta Traveler, a site dedicated to travel in the Southeast USA. Their new venture, Sunstone Digital Marketing, helps destinations and tour companies create effective email marketing campaigns. We’re excited to have them on the show, to learn more about their b…
 
Still locked-down here on the Continent (and recording from my home office, not usual recording studio), due to Covid-19; Banana bread baking has truly gone viral!!! From Tiktok challenges, thanks to original sound from @Makayladid, to gymnast-nurses strutting and kicking and getting our "attention", everybody needs a sweet snack! Banana bread! But…
 
We loved kicking off our guest interviews with Cory Lee from Curb Free with Cory Lee. Cory was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at aged three and has used a powered wheelchair since he turned four. He started Curb Free with Cory Lee in 2013 and since then has traveled to all 7 continents and 37 countries and inspiring many other travelers, especia…
 
In this episode, we share our favorite area in Australia: Broome & The Kimberley region in Western Australia. It's unspoiled wilderness in an area that is three times the size of the UK. That means endless gorges, waterfalls, and off the beaten path adventures await with little people to crowd your space. And let us tell you about those beaches, co…
 
In this episode, we share our updates during the Rona virus: How we're coping, what we're doing to stay sane, what we're focusing on in our business, and what we think will happen in travel. We discuss: Why NC becomes our perfect place to live yet again! Why we're fed up, cranky, and heartbroken On the flip side why we're grateful for it How we're …
 
Continuing our tips on the RV lifestyle, the girls share what their opinions of it was.We took an extended 12 month RV road trip across America. Kalyra and Savannah had very different perspectives. We discuss: Their favorite aspect of the RV lifestyle What did they think of living in an RV The hardest aspect of the RV lifestyle The highlights of th…
 
No matter what the pros and cons are of anything you do, or take a risk on, the defining question at the end is was it worth it? Despite all the setbacks and challenges (which is normal and to be expected) did you benefit, grow or gain enough to make it worthwhile? In this episode we share: Why our decision was a little crazy from the beginning. Th…
 
**First Things First ** - This Quarantine life, is a bugger to Audio Recording. This episode sounds just like it really happened; Outside of the comfort of my normal recording studio; Origin Audio. You'll surely hear the difference, but will love the outcome nonetheless. Thanks for listening. - Yolanda. ****** Some folks would have us believe coope…
 
Have you ever wondered whether the RV lifestyle is for you? Less responsibilities, minimal living, cheaper lifestyle and spectacular views from your bedroom window that change every day…sounds like the dream, right? We agree, there is the allure of RV travel, and why you want to sell everything and buy a house on wheels right now. But, it’s not the…
 
This is the episode where we discover how we can finally return to the US. The 14 year dream realized in the most unexpected way. We truly came full circle. We share our travel experiences for the past few years as we continue to travel as a family taking shorter road trips and vacations and our extended 12 month RV road trip across America. How we…
 
Welcome to the family travel stage of our lives. In this episode, we'll share how we incorporated international travel very early in our children's lives and then made domestic travel a focus. We'll discuss Kalyra and Savannah's first overseas trips ( 6 months; 8 weeks) How a trip to Thailand changed our family travel focus Why we decided to travel…
 
What about when things go terribly wrong and you can't travel? What do you do when you make decisions that negatively impact your life? How do you recover and give birth to something better? These are the ideas we share in this podcast when we share the period in our life when we lost everything. Through the dark times, the girls were born, and, fr…
 
In this episode, we share how we met and what inspired us to travel the world together three days after we married. Our honeymoon lasted for five years and we lived and worked in Bangkok, Dublin, Broome and Raleigh, NC. We also share our stories of travel through Southeast Asia, the UK, Africa, and the USA. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel!…
 
In this episode we share our travel story from before we met and how we made travel a priority living our individual lives. We discuss the following: Craig's career as a professional rugby league player How Craig's football helped him travel to different countries What inspired Caz to travel overseas full time (forever) An unorthodox way Caz got th…
 
Imagine this: You are a successful lawyer in New York. You graduated from a famous University. You worked in France and Japan and you even had a stint at the European Court of Justice. Then you fall in love and move across the big pond to Germany. And suddenly none of your life achievements are worth anything. Join me in a short coaching session wi…
 
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