Joining me today is someone who has driven solo across Vietnam on a bike, was a burlesque dancer in Shanghai, and has gotten stranded in Taiwan, Alice Teacake from TeacakeTravels.com and cohost of the Girls Talk Travel podcast.
What has been your challenging travel education? Let us know by tagging us in a post on Instagram at @ExtraPackofPeanuts.
Joining me today is someone who after spending 8 years playing at the highest level in the NFL retired and gave all his possessions to charity, and whose name of his blog and social media handles says it all, Joe Hawley from ManVanDogBlog.com.
Would you consider yourself to be anxious? How has your anxiety impacted your travel?
Joining me today is someone who, despite being a “neurotic Jew from New York who is quite possibly the most risk-averse person you know” (his words, not mine) has traveled to over 20 countries – all while clutching his wallet too tight and packing every medication under the sun just in case he’s 3 hours from a hospital, Gilad Gamliel from The Overthinker’s Passport.
How has anxiety played a role in your travels? Let us know by tagging us in a post on Instagram at @ExtraPackofPeanuts.
How do travel & booze mix? Does a specific cocktail or drink immediately remind you of a specific place?
Today we are talking with Natalie Migliarini from BeautifulBooze.com and we are discussing the epic relationship between cocktails and travel, how she got her business started, and why it’s okay to blend your business with your travels. We also dive into the best countries for cocktails, the strangest cocktails, the best drinking experiences, and where you should scrimp & splurge for your home bar (especially during COVID-19).
Joining me today is someone who I had the great honor to have on 3.5 years ago (way back in episode 272), and who since then has continued his immersive exploration, which includes working the hardest job on Earth, Nate Menninger from his new project, ThePorterFilm.com.
What has been your biggest challenge in life? What is the difference you are going to make in this world through that challenge? Let us know by tagging us in a post on Instagram at @ExtraPackofPeanuts.
Joining me today is someone who used to sing 60’s covers in a psychedelic rock bar in Costa Rica, whose hometown is roughly 8,000 miles from where she now lives, and who is the only Uruguay guidebook author who actually lives there, Karen Higgs from guruguay.com.
Is Uruguay now on your travel bucket list? Let us know by tagging us in a post on Instagram at @ExtraPackofPeanuts.