If there’s one thing about us you should know, it’s this:
When Heather and I travel (which is a lot) we tend to fall into a lot of the same habits and behaviors no matter where in the world we go.
To figure out which quirk belongs to each of us.
Some of them are super easy, some not so much. Some we just give away!
Let us know what some of your quirky travel behaviors are in the comments below!
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In This Episode:
- 02:21 3 speeding tickets in the span of 2 hours
- 05:30 The quirks begin
- 13:00 Getting good recommendations from waiters.
- 16:00 EPoP! & OTD!
- 18:10 Send us Photos!
- 21:30 All the shoes.
- 35:00 #NeighborhoodNerds
- 41:00 Seriously everything is Travis
- 45:00 #FashionNerd
- 53:41 That time that taking a taxi made Heather’s night
and much more!
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My husband and I were super poor when we traveled to London (spent everything on accommodations and airfare, before I knew about you) so every morning we walked to the local grocery store Sainsbury and got a 3 pound meal deal (pounds as in money). We could pick out a pasta or sandwich, a bag of chips (or crisps I should say) and a drink. I found the best chocolate milk of my whole life there so if you’re ever checking out UK grocery stores – get the Sainsbury brand Double Belgium Chocolate milk. Love grocery store finds!
Also, I thought you were allowed to take up to 3oz bottles of liquids, so if Heather’s was getting thrown out for less what is that rule?
Trav, my wife and I love the podcast. And you and I are equally quirky when it comes to reading labels in supermarkets.
I’m trying to locate the Japanese store you mentioned several times, the one with excellent eye masks and slippers. But blast it Google is not being cooperative. Any advice?
@Andrew- Ahhhh, supermarkets…gotta love ’em!
The Japanese store is Muji. Here’s the link to their US site, but you can navigate to their Japanese site as well. They are worldwide now (not sure how many countries) and have everything from furniture to the aforementioned eye masks…oh, and the ones in Japan also have flavored pretzel bites. Strange? Yes, but when you’re away from the States for a bit, they are like gold!
Neither of your guys’ quirks seem like quirks to my wife and I. Pretty much everything you guys talked about are the same things she and I do. I love to walk and bike, she always brings too much stuff and some of it inevitably ends up in my bag. Coffee, wine, beer, clothes…all normal. I think we could be friends. Cheers!
@Zach- Yeah, some things definitely fall in to the “typical male, typical female” slots, and you’re right, some aren’t that weird. But it’s funny that we find ourselves doing certain things each time. And we could definitely be friends…after 20 days with Heather and her sister (who I love), I need some male perspective!