Joining me today is someone who is known as “a nomad attorney”, who in the last two years has ventured through Pakistan and Iraq, driven from LA to Alaska, and maybe most impressively, took the Trans-Siberian railroad in winter, and who just published his third novel, He Who Fights with Monsters (wow, I’m tired just writing all of that out!), Marc Weitz.
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In This Episode
- 04:15 Being A Nomad Attorney & Getting Started
- 12:05 Biggest Roadblocks
- 17:10 Tips For Beginner Nomads (Especially If Your Job Is Not Normally Nomadic)
- 22:50 Making Travel A Lifestyle
- 29:15 Living in Paris
- 35:20 Volunteering During Your Trips
- 37:45 Pakistan & Iraq Safety & Surprises
- 44:00 Accommodations & Getting Around
- 48:15 Exploring Eastern Europe & Transnistria The Breakaway Republic
- 51:30 Amount Of Time Spent Away
- 52:30 Tales From The Trans-Siberian Railroad In The Winter
- 57:45 Top Of The List Places
- 01:02:10 Biggest Travel Mishaps
- 01:05:20 Writing Novels & The Love of Writing
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- Read Marc’s Books
- Location Indie
- Want to follow our adventures? Check out our Instagram’s at @ExtraPackOfPeanuts, @HeatherSherry, and @TravelingWhitMyles
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