Top 10 Travel Dreams

Posted By Trav


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This week we’re co-hosting an awesome episode from our other podcast, Location Indie!

Jason and I decided to record a whole podcast about travel and we thought, well, why not post this to our travel sites too?

So today we chat about our top 5 travel dreams each, with of course, a million honorable mentions. Because when you start talking about travel the list only ever gets bigger!

What’s your travel dream? Let me know @PackofPeanuts!!

Today’s episode has been sponsored by our friends at Tortuga Backpacks!

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In This Episode


  • 06:30 Trav starts off breaking the rule
  • 10:00 The last state
  • 13:00 Can you help us do these?
  • 16:00 Africa
  • 19:00 Ghost cities
  • 22:27 Getting outside & doing awesome things
  • 32:00 The campervan lifestyle

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  1. Steven Appleton says:

    I liked the episode, but there are a few minor points of clarification. First, while I haven’t been on a cargo ship cruise myself, and it is certainly nichy thing to do, it’s not exactly like you would be a stowaway – it’s actually already a thing (http://bit.ly/2nIPqS9). Also, piracy is real and a very scary thing (http://bit.ly/2ncAbOy). However, I’m all in when it comes to a few months or more of tropical beach life.

    1. Trav says:

      @Steven Appleton – Thanks for the info and the link to the ship info – I’ll take a look for sure. And I’m with you – the more beach time, the better!

  2. Earl B. says:

    Hey Travis! Loved this episode of the podcast. You absolutely have to do the cargo ship cruise, and then podcast all about it. I have been very curious about it myself. Unfortunately, my wife does not share my enthusiasm for this particular adventure, and upon doing a little research it’s more expensive than you’d think. Can cost over $100 per night, and these tend to be long voyages. Seems to be the law of supply and demand. The idea garners a lot of interest, and spots on the ships are limited. Plenty of info online:





    1. Trav says:

      @Earl B- Wow, that is pretty pricey. Hmmm…thanks for the links, I’ll definitely look in to it though. Thanks for all the info.

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