About the Show
Creating Insatiable Wanderlust Since 2013
Every Tuesday Trav and Heather fill your heart with wanderlust and your head with knowledge.
Sometimes we’ll interview amazing travelers, like the guy who went around France on a little red scooter or the guy who spent 5 years going to every country in Africa (and climbing the tallest peak in each). Sometimes we’ll give you practical advice, like our 47 best gifts for travelers or 21 ways to survive a long haul flight. Sometimes we’ll drop some lists on ya (we love lists!) like our top 10 ice cream in the world or our top 25 breweries. And sometimes we’ll tell you all the best things to do at a specific destination, like the best seafood in Croatia or where to eat pizza in Rome.
But we’ll always have fun, always get (probably too) excited, and always say the word boutique wrong.
Danny Flood is back to discuss some of the main ideas of his newest novel, Hack Sleep. Along with balancing work & travel, the Open World Magazine, and a new IndieGoGo project!
Author Danny Flood joins me to talk about starting your own business, his #1 secret for launching a hit book on Amazon, and the importance of 1,000 true fans.
Travel meltdowns happen. Even to the best of us. Today Jason from Zero to Travel and Napkins (fan favorite!) share a couple of the meltdowns that happened on the road. Check out the Zero to Travel podcast to hear mine and Heather’s!
Have a traveler in your life? Want to know what to spend some of your holiday money on? Here are a ton of awesome gifts for those travelers in your life (or for yourself!)
Heather and I chat about the 14 things that we are amazingly thankful for this year. Including you! Thanks for listening!
Leon joins to talk more in depth about his experiences filming Karun: Misadventures on Iran’s Longest River. Today we talk about cost, preparation, and how filming can change the trip.
Leon McCarron, one of the adventurers of this journey (and previous podcast guest!) joins us today to chat about what he’s been up to in the last 150 episodes, how he has managed to make “adventurer” his job title, and his journey through Iran that led to the creation of Karun!
Today we look at some broad strokes of visiting Japan. We share some the etiquette we learned during our time there, as well as our favorite tips for cheap transportation, accommodation options, and, of course, food!
It’s been a while, but we finally recorded an episode about teaching English in Japan, or anywhere else for that matter!
The Grand Canyon is an amazing site, and today’s podcast is recorded from it’s very edge. Heather and I are incredibly thankful for the decisions that landed us here and to all of you for making it possible!