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This is a show about travel. Guests from all walks of life will tell you what travel means to them. You'll hear great stories and get tips on traveling to your next destination.

This is a show about travel. Guests from all walks of life will tell you what travel means to them. You'll hear great stories and get tips on traveling to your next destination.
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This is a show about travel. Guests from all walks of life will tell you what travel means to them. You'll hear great stories and get tips on traveling to your next destination.

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English


Episodes

#72: Chris Hunter

2/21/2018
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I met Chris Hunter in a hostel dorm room in Kandy, Sri Lanka. Chris has lived in Berlin for most of his life, though he also spent five years in India and several years in San Francisco during his youth. Needless to say, he's an experienced traveler, full of knowledge. We discussed some of the places he knows well, and some of the ways in which travel has changed during his life.

Duration:01:20:50

#71: Philippines in Review

2/11/2018
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In this episode, Katie and I talk about our six weeks (or so) in the Philippines, with a bonus of traveling to Bangkok for a job fair.

Duration:01:49:37

#70: Patrick Robert Scott

1/13/2018
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Last week at a job fair in Bangkok, Thailand, I met a number of interesting characters. Among them was Patrick Robert Scott, a travel writer who is journeying across southeast Asia for the first time. We talked about his recent adventures, as well as some interesting experiences in other parts of the world.

Duration:01:09:25

#69: Jerome Hulin

1/6/2018
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I met Jerome Hulin in the small town of Jagna, on Bohol Island in the Philippines. He's a freediving instructor, and he was gracious enough to sit down with me and talk about his passion in great detail. Whether you're an avid freediver or simply interested in learning more, this will be a really interesting podcast.

Duration:01:04:32

#68: Biking in Taiwan

12/24/2017
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On this episode, my wife Katie and I talk about our time bicycling in Taiwan. We go over all of the highs and lows of our trip, as well as the unique cultural aspects we discovered on this small island.

Duration:02:07:44

#64: David Shand

12/13/2017
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My guest for today is David Shand, from South Africa. We met in his adopted home of Chishang, Taiwan and chatted ceaselessly for two days. This podcast contains a bit of our conversation.

Duration:01:44:31

#66: Cycling in Japan, Part 2

12/7/2017
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On this episode, my wife Katie and I continue our talk about bicycling in Japan. We give you all of the ups and downs of our trip.

Duration:00:58:09

#65: Philippe Hanin

11/28/2017
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I met Philippe Hanin on a ferry from Osaka, Japan to Shanghai, China. He recently finished a nearly two-month pilgrimage, during which he walked to all 88 of Shikoku's temples that are associated with the Buddhist monk Kobo Daishi.

Duration:01:19:55

#64: Cycling in Japan

11/22/2017
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On this episode, my wife Katie and I talk about our journey thus far bicycling around Japan. We give you all of the highs and lows of our trips.

Duration:01:55:34

#63: Ross and Theresa

11/13/2017
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My guests today are Ross and Theresa. They met several years ago in Beijing, China. They fell in love, traveled the world for two and a half years, got married, and had two kids. Pretty much in that order. During the show we discussed all of this, as well as their love of yoga, and the "Yoganda" project, which teaches widowed women in Uganda to make yoga mat bags. Theresa is the founder of Taozi Tree Yoga. If you are interested in attending one of her yoga classes in Beijing, there is a...

Duration:01:18:18

#62: Brittany Dunn

10/29/2017
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My guest today is Brittany Dunn. She's a great storyteller, and on this episode she did not disappoint. She told me the craziest "welcome to China" story I've ever heard.

Duration:02:13:43

#61: Alice Chen (陈希)

10/22/2017
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In this episode I sat on the roof of a Beijing bookstore to talk with Alice Chen. She's from Weifang, in Shandong province, China. Right now she's specializing in cross-cultural communication; she gave me many great tips to improve my skills.

Duration:00:57:36

#60: Ruby Tsai

10/11/2017
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My guest today is Ruby Tsai from Taiwan. We recorded our conversation from the top of a sand dune in the Gobi desert in Mongolia.

Duration:01:12:25

#59: Mongolian Nomadic Life

10/2/2017
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My guest this week is Tsenddavaa Nasanjargal, AKA Davaa. She and her husband own an amazing guesthouse called the Mongol Ujin Tourist Camp in the village of Khatgal, Mongolia. Davaa is passionate about the nomadic lifestyle that is still so prevalent in Mongolia, and she was generous enough to talk about it with me on the show.

Duration:01:44:49

#58: Russia in Review

9/28/2017
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Duration:01:39:39

#57: Maria Khankhunova

9/19/2017
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I met Maria on the train to Ulan-Ude, Russia. She is an amazing leader in the Buryat community. She talked about her culture during the show.

Duration:01:03:43

#56: Lake Baikal Dreams

9/11/2017
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Katie and I (especially Katie) have been dreaming of coming to Lake Baikal for quite some time. Now we are here! How did we arrive? Listen to this week's episode to find out.

Duration:00:37:49

#55: Trans-Siberian Travels

9/5/2017
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Here is an update on our last week. Katie and I have been traveling across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Train. We started the last week in Suzdal, a little village near Moscow. We ended it in Krasnoyarsk, around 4000 KM to the east.

Duration:00:54:52

#54: Natalya Klimova

8/29/2017
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Natalya works for a company called United Tours, giving free walking tours of St. Petersburg. We talked about life in Russia, her time living in Egypt, and travel in Cuba. Bonus: I discussed my attempt to visit Vladimir Lenin's mausoleum in Moscow.

Duration:01:27:52

#53: Trans-Siberian Tips

8/22/2017
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While staying in Helsinki, Finland, Katie and I met Jari and Nadezhda. They used to live in Beijing, so we had a lot in common. We swapped many China stories, and I found out that they had taken the Trans-Siberian train from Vladivostok to Helsinki. Katie and I are at the beginning of our own Trans-Siberian experience. Currently we are in St. Petersburg and plan to head east to Lake Baikal, then south to Mongolia. On this podcast, Jari and Nadezhda gave me some great tips on riding this...

Duration:01:12:07

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