Maybe it’s just been a weekend, or a week, months, or even a year.
But now your home and everything just seems a bit…bland.
Coming home from a trip can be a happy time, but sometimes mixed in with that happiness is a little (or a lot) of sadness. Whether it’s “reverse” culture shock, or just being bummed that you’re not on the beach anymore, being home can cause some mixed feelings.
We’ve felt it, more than once, and here are 14 ways that we try to deal with the post-travel blues.
We’re halfway through Podcast Gluttony, so what better way to celebrate than to record an episode about food?
Today Jason joins me as we discuss the 10 weirdest foods that we’ve eaten, both in our travels and strangely enough, in our own homes!
We start off right with some hilarious honorable mentions before jumping into the foods from Cambodia, Norway, Oklahoma, Montenegro, Japan, and more that amount to some of the weirdest (and the most stomach-turning) experiences we’ve had so far.
No matter where you are, we urge you to go out this week and try something new and weird! Let us know what you find in the comments below, and of course, let us know what the weirdest foods you’ve ever eaten are.
If I am ever in the place that you mention (and it won’t make me deathly ill) then I promise to try whatever you mention in the comments and record my reaction!