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Postcards from Nowhere is a travel podcast that takes you on journeys exploring culture, history, food and people in the form of stories. With over a decade of travel stories in his kitty, Utsav Mamoria narrates the stories of the strange, obscure and fascinating things about the world, often interspersed with practical tips and deep realizations, which would shape the way you travel. Tune in to the new episode every Thursday.
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✈️ The Zero To Travel Podcast has been downloaded 12+ million times and named a "Best Travel Podcast" by The Washington Post, Travel + Leisure, The Telegraph, and Forbes. Subscribe now and get everything you need to travel the world on your terms, no matter what your situation or experience. Welcome to our amazing global listening community! ABOUT THE SHOW Do you want to fill your life with more travel than you ever thought possible? Whether you're a travel newbie dying to figure out how to ...
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Welcome to JUMP Podcast, your invitation to adventure. Through a mix of guest stories, solo episodes, and often raw and personal accounts, host Jackie Nourse (Traveling Jackie) explores travel, adventure, and lifestyle in ways meant to motivate YOU to move and get out and see the world. Let this show be a source of travel advice and inspiration, and remember that in the end, it’s YOU who takes the leap.
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Join TV hosts, authors and travel agents, Rob and Kerri Stuart as they take you to travel destinations around the globe. They will share what you need to know before you go, the must dos and some of the things that you may not know about. You'll enjoy the insider secrets they share with their clients. Travel Inspired will help you experience the world different and also be inspired. Subscribe and enjoy the show!
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Each episode, we’ll introduce you to people around the world living extraordinary travel lives. Discover their favorite travel haunts, funny travel fails, insider travel advice and learn what continues to inspire these travelers to explore the globe. My Travel Tales is a HITravelTales.com production, inspired by travel.
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This podcast series celebrates travel as a way of life with stories of cool people doing cool stuff in a cool industry; folks who’ve built lives in travel and those whose lives have been changed by travel.
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Travel in 10 is a 10 minute travel podcast visiting hip hotels, cool restaurants, festivals and events around the tour. It combines destination focused episodes with interviews with travellers, guidebook author and more. Started in 2014, Travel in 10 is one of the world's first travel podcasts and has consistently ranked in the top travel podcasts in Itunes. You can listed on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Alexa, Google Home or apple TV. You can also find us on: http://www.youtube.com/trave ...
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The Travel is Real is a podcast about hearing captivating stories from adventures abroad. Each guest on the episode reveals an experience which occurred while traveling, backpacking, or living abroad. These stories range from fun, comedic, risqué, to bizarre, gross, harrowing or horrific. As long as the if the narrative is intriguing, I want to hear it! Typically if an interview revolves around an arduous, dangerous, or harrowing narrative, the guest and I will give advice and tips, so liste ...
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We're pulling past episodes from the archives to highlight travel jobs this month! This episode was originally published in April 2017. If you work onboard a cruise ship, you’re guaranteed to get paid to travel the world - but is it all it's cracked up to be? How can you find the best cruise ship jobs without experience, and how can you stand out f…
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Unlock the surprising history behind your favorite brew in this episode! Delve into the captivating tale of how two pandemics and the guidance of priests paved the frothy path for beer to become the beloved beverage it is today. Step back in time and discover the fascinating origins of beer that transcend centuries and pandemics alike. Tune in now …
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Derek Loudermilk is a professional adventurer and quantum business coach who “helps people do things that have never been done before and makes their lives the most amazing adventure possible.” He recently completed an 8-year quest to learn 100+ metaphysical, spiritual, esoteric, and healing techniques while traveling all over the globe – from thin…
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What happens when you realize you don’t want your career anymore or don't want to use your degree? My guests may have the answer! Matt Moore and Kelcey Fowler are the owners of CoolWorks, a website to help you find seasonal jobs in great places - everything from national parks to ski resorts, retreat centers, and whatever else you can think of! Mat…
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Delve into Bangalore’s culinary obsession with Gobi Manchurian and explore how language influences our food experiences. Journey back to Calcutta's history of Chinese migration, uncovering the roots of Indian-Chinese cuisine. Discover the intriguing parallels between food and sex, as we uncover the hidden connections that tantalize our taste buds a…
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Planning a trip to Europe? Lucas Peters is the author of the new Moon guidebook, Grand European Journeys: 40 Unforgettable Trips by Road, Rail, Sea & More. As an award-winning writer and travel expert, Lucas shares his top seven routes (plus a few bonus destinations!) to help you plan your ultimate European journey. Whether you're exploring Europe …
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Have you ever thought of being an au pair? Do you think you need the perfect travel job? Caroline Harkins has been living in Norway for nearly two years as an au pair (and is hoping to stay after her contract ends!). But what exactly does an au pair do, and how does it allow you to travel? Today, you'll learn why being an au pair is more than just …
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Ever wondered why do East Asian cuisine's lack of desserts. From the subtleties of taste to the deep-rooted philosophies, explore why sugar takes a backseat in Chinese culinary traditions. Discover how genetic predispositions, cultural norms, and historical contexts shape the palate of billions. Through insightful discussions and savory insights, w…
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Want to stay up to date on the latest in travel? Tune in for my top five trends, tools, and tips for February 2024. Plus, I’m sharing a recent epiphany that will exponentially improve my year - and it could help you, too! What did you think of this episode? What do you want to hear more about? I'd love to get your thoughts and hope you’ll share the…
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Would you want to spend a season on a fishing boat? Hold on and get your sea legs ready! Today, you're getting an inside look into the Alaskan fishing industry from longtime fisherman Patrick. You'll hear all about his beginnings on board a fishing boat at 13 and his life now as the captain of his own ship (plus his plans to bring his girlfriend on…
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Ever wondered about the culinary secrets hidden within the folds of nature's humble leaves? Join us on a tantalizing audio journey that delves deep into the heart of global cuisine, where the simple leaf becomes a vessel of culinary creativity and cultural heritage. From the bustling streets of Mumbai's Matunga to the serene temples of Tamil Nadu, …
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What is the Blaxit movement, and why are Black Americans deciding to move abroad? Chrishan Wright is a leader at the forefront of the Blaxit movement and the founder of Blaxit Global, a visionary platform dedicated to empowering the African diaspora to pursue a life abroad. She is also the host of the Blaxit Global Podcast, featuring inspiring conv…
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Want to build a life of travel but not sure where to begin? Tune in every Thursday this month as we reshare some epic past episodes on travel jobs! Today, I’m sharing a quick story about how I got started in travel and highlighting three myths about travel jobs that will help open your mind to what’s possible. What questions do you have about trave…
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Unveil the enigmatic ties between Rajasthan and distant lands in this trivia-packed Episode ! From the exploits of Paan Singh Tomar to the fascinating history of the Tomar clan, embark on a journey through time and lineage. Explore the tantalizing theories linking Rajasthan's Chauhan kings to the Huns of Hungary, weaving a tale of shared heritage a…
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From economic turbulence and overworked employees to the issues that affect everyday travelers, like delays, cancellations, lost luggage, and reduced routes – it's safe to say the airport experience has gotten pretty rough! Ganesh Sitaraman is on a mission to improve the airline industry for travelers, and his new book Why Flying Is Miserable: And …
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Looking for inspiration to make your travel dreams a reality in 2024? We're republishing some of our Transition to Travel episodes to kickstart the new year! Do you think you could sell your house, quit your job, and move to a new country? Tune in to learn how my new friend Jenita Lawal did just that, with her three kids too! You'll hear what it wa…
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Did you know that the famous 221B Baker Street, home to Sherlock Holmes, sparked a real-life address feud in London? Dive into the intriguing world of addresses with us this week as we uncover the unexpected drama behind this fictional location. From mysterious letters to a full-time job just to reply to them, the story gets crazier! Tune in for a …
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What does it take to plan a long distance walk such as Europe's GR5 and what are some things you might learn along the journey? Kathy Elkind shares her experience walking the Grande Randonnée Cinq (GR5) through the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France for over three months with her husband. She is also a teacher of mindful self-compassion a…
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Looking for inspiration to make your travel dreams a reality in 2024? To kickstart the new year, we're republishing some of our Transition to Travel episodes! What one thing can help you travel more and lead to a whole new travel adventure? Transitioning to a life of travel can be difficult, scary, and even intimidating. Making that leap is a HUGE …
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What if for a moment, I transported you into the heart of Tokyo, and you discover that the city has no street names? And not just Tokyo, all of Japan is like that. And what does that have to do with the 1987 U2 song 'Where Streets Have No Names', written in a completely different context in Ireland? This week, we travel to Japan and ask a simple qu…
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How often do you find yourself getting off the beaten path, and how have those experiences shaped you? In this episode, I have travel writing legend Joe Cummings as my guest, who wrote the very first Lonely Planet Guide book to Thailand back in the early '80s. We dive into what that was like, talk about what guidebooks have done to travel (the good…
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Looking for inspiration to make your travel dreams a reality in 2024? To kickstart the new year, we're republishing some of our Transition to Travel episodes! What can you radically change in your life to help make travel happen for you? Tune in to get the scoop on Jordan and Tyler's "before and after" of their extended trip through South America. …
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Embark on a journey from Poland to China in this riveting episode as we explore why dictators are drawn to town squares and how these very squares become the stages of their demise. From Tiananmen Square in Beijing, witness the poignant events of 1989, to the Grand Market in Krakow, a symbol of resilience against Nazi and Communist regimes. Discove…
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Looking for some wild and wacky restaurants to visit on your travels? La Carmina has a passion for subcultures and “alternative beauty” around the world. She’s an award-winning travel and gothic fashion journalist, author, blogger, and TV host, appearing on Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and Travel Channel, among others. In addition to thi…
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Join Rob and Kerri on this episode of Travel Inspired as they share their enchanting journey aboard Silversea's Silver Shadow during a Thanksgiving cruise like no other. Setting sail from the picturesque port of Ft Lauderdale, this ultra-luxurious, all-inclusive cruise transported the duo to the hidden gems of the Caribbean's smaller islands. Tune …
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Are you considering making a pivot in life or business? Do you want to create more time freedom to travel and focus on the things you love? Jenny Blake is a podcaster and author of three award-winning books, including Pivot and Free Time, and the newsletters #PivotList and Time Well Spent. After working at Google for five years in coaching and care…
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We're pulling an episode from the archives this week! This episode was originally published in 2020. How important has "play" been in your daily life? Jeff Harry is the king of play (and shimmies). As a coach and international speaker, he travels the world talking to major companies like Google, Amazon, and Southwest Airlines about how to tap into …
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Do you really need medical insurance when traveling or working abroad? SafetyWing cofounder and CEO Sondre Rasch gives us the 411 on travel insurance and the unique offerings that SafetyWing provides for nomads and remote workers/teams. Sondre covers the essentials of travel insurance, and we talk about his approach to leadership as a CEO who is le…
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How can we look back in history to find inspiration and motivation for our next move forward? Today, Adrien Behn joins me to talk about the incredible journey of Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland, two female writers who raced each other around the world in 1889. Adrien Behn is the host of the Strangers Abroad podcast and the newly released non-ficti…
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It’s our 10th annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular! Get ready for some good humor, holiday cheer, and a funny surprise as Anne Dorthe and I take a look back on a decade of our favorite holiday moments and share our top 10 Norwegian Christmas traditions. What are some of your holiday traditions? I'd love to hear what they are and hope you’ll share…
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Encountering animals on our travels is one of the most life-changing experiences we can have, but how can we do it in a more ethical and responsible way? Kristen Diederich is with me today to talk about ethical wildlife tourism and how to be more informed when choosing our animal experiences. Kristen is the founder of Compassionate Travels, which f…
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How can you use travel as an intentional tool for growth? Today, I’m joined by Nina Butler to learn about retreat planning and how you can create transformational travel experiences for yourself as a solo traveler or as a facilitator for a group. Figuring out how to harness the power of travel to transform is what Nina Butler does best. She went fr…
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Do you aspire to be a digital nomad? Today, I’m talking with Steph and Dalt to hear about their journey to becoming digital nomads as a couple and the realities of living the lifestyle. Steph and Dalt share what led up to their decision to live in Chiang Mai, Thailand, the magical (and maddening) experiences they had in this digital nomad hotspot, …
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Today, I’m joined by Will Hatton to hear about his adventures traveling the world on $10 a day and how that led to the creation of one of the world’s largest travel blogs, The Broke Backpacker. Will has been traveling the world for 15 years, launching nine different businesses during that time. As a serial entrepreneur and founder of The Broke Back…
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From glamping to co-living to Airbnb and other short-term rentals – the list of unique places to stay during your travels is endless! Peter Fabor is with me today to discuss the alternative hospitality scene and its revolutionary impact on travelers, investors, and industry enthusiasts. Peter is a trailblazer in the modern age of hospitality and re…
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Today, I’m joined by Nikki Vargas to explore how her relationship with travel has developed and changed over the years and the impact it’s made on the trajectory of her life. Nikki is the senior editor at Fodor's Travel, a bestselling author, and a public speaker. Her recent book, Call You When I Land, whisks readers away through the countries that…
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Is a trip to Africa on your list? Today, I’m joined by Sasha and Megnote Lezhnev to get their list of the top 10 hidden gems in East Africa. In this episode, Sasha and Megnote talk about what it took for them to take a career break to travel full-time as a family and share practical advice for anyone wanting to do the same. You’ll learn about their…
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Are you considering becoming a digital nomad or curious about the lifestyle? Kayla Ihrig is with me today to talk about the digital nomad lifestyle and the realities of working and living on the road. Kayla's a remote worker and business owner who's been living and traveling abroad since 2017, when she bought a one-way ticket out of the US. She's s…
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Alastair Humphreys is a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year who decided to trade in his grand adventures for spending an entire year roaming the local map he lived on, measuring just 20km. He’s cycled around the world for four years, raced a yacht across the Atlantic, canoed 500 miles down the Yukon River, and walked the length of the Holy K…
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In this week's episode, join us on a journey to Krakow, Poland, where a statue of Soviet hero Vladimir Lenin undergoes a bizarre journey from a symbol of communism to a casualty of local disdain. Uncover the surprising twists that lead this statue to an unexpected home in a Wild West-themed park in Sweden. From failed bombings to aphrodisiac-laden …
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Today, I’m joined by Too Fly Foundation Co-Founder and Director of Brand Strategy Brandon Miller to learn how his transformative travel experiences led to his work in travel inclusion and creating a world where every student has the opportunity to travel. The Too Fly Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide passports, trav…
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Mi’jan Celie Tho-Biaz is with me today to share how she’s traveled the world for the last 15 years by utilizing artist residencies. You may be surprised to discover that these opportunities aren’t just for artists in the usual sense but creatives like writers, scientists, and even psychoanalysts! Mi’Jan is a Kennedy Center Citizen Artist, an expert…
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Today, I’m joined by Neal Moore to hear about his epic 7,500-mile canoeing adventure across America, spanning 22 months, 22 states, and 22 rivers. Neal has been dubbed the “modern-day Huckleberry Finn,” and it’s no surprise why! In this episode, you’ll discover how a family tragedy turned his world upside down and eventually led him to a life of tr…
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Today, I’m joined by Bernie Harberts to learn how spilling a cup of coffee led him to a life of simplicity, slow travel, and being one of the only people in America to spend over 1,000 days and nights traveling by horse and mule. Bernie is an author, filmmaker, adventurer, and speaker. He prides himself on tackling big trips in small bites, which m…
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142 - Join Rob and Kerri into the fascinating cruise world of Luxpedition Cruising as we break down why this isn't your typical cruise experience. From waking up to remote landscapes to exploring untamed corners without sacrificing comfort, Luxepedition is a game-changer. Picture smaller ships, expert guides, and a personalized experience that's as…
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When is the best time to book a flight? It’s the million-dollar question, and Christie Hudson from Expedia is with us today to answer just that! In this episode, Christie shares the secrets to getting the best flight deals based on the 2024 Air Hacks Report. You’ll learn what day of the week you should purchase your tickets, how far in advance to b…
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Megan Routbort is one half of a French-American duo on a mission to tell stories of optimism about the people working to find solutions against climate change. At the time of this recording, they’re six months into their three-year voyage, visiting "climate hotspots" and exploring the world through low-carbon travel. In this episode, Megan shares w…
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Embark on a riveting journey with this week's episode as we trace the tumultuous odyssey of a priceless painting worth two billion Euros. From Hotel Lambert in 1830s Paris to the clandestine moves during World Wars, this painting, Leonardo Da Vinci's 'Lady with an Ermine,' becomes a symbol of Poland's resilience and identity. Through six generation…
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Today, I’m joined by my friend Travis Sherry to learn how to use real estate and short-term rentals to support your travel lifestyle. Whether you’re new to the game or a real estate pro, this episode has value for everyone! Travis and his wife Heather combined their love for travel and real estate to build a thriving short-term rental business. One…
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Today, I'm joined by author Tom Cotter to learn about his experience taking the most epic American road trip from Key West, Florida, to Deadhorse, Alaska! Tom is no stranger to road trips, having traced Route 66 in a 1939 Ford Woody wagon and following the Lincoln Highway coast to coast behind the wheel of a 1926 Model T. Popularly known as "The Ba…
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