What’s better than getting locked into a cage with a bunch of crazy sports fans in Croatia? Or making giant signs saying “King Kong Stinks!” at a WWE match? Or perhaps finding ingenious ways to sneak alcohol into the Kentucky Derby?
Well, you’ll just have to listen to find out.
Today Jason joins me to discuss our top 12 sporting events, from Argentina to Philadelphia (sorry Boston fans) we chat about what makes sporting events so special, and so universal.
We know that you have some great memories around sporting events (who doesn’t?), and I’m looking for suggestions to fill out my list of 100 sporting events to attend, so please, leave a comment below with your top games/matches/duels, whatever!
Colorado. A state where the names of towns and mountains produce a sense of nostalgia for the past. A state of beautiful national parks, gorgeous mountains, and amazing scenery.
And what better way to learn about Colorado then speaking to a local? Today we bring Jason back to share his experiences living in Colorado and to hear what he would suggest for anyone looking to visit.
We cover the best cities, how to visit all the national parks for cheap, great ski spots, delicious food, and of course, great beer. Jason also shares his Rule of Three, a great way to tell the best restaurants in any area you visit!
Have you ever been to Colorado? Tell us about the things Jason’s been missing out on in the comments below!
Some of the best restaurants to eat at in Boulder, Denver, & Breckenridge
An Epic way to save money on skiing during the season. (If you like to ski, this is a MUST do!)
The top 3 ski locations if you’re on a time crunch
and much more!
Things we talked about in this episode:
Click on the map to see all the locations listed below on a Google Map! It’s a great tool for planning your own trip to Colorado!
A Great Roadtrip Path
Take the 285 starting in Denver and head towards Salida and Gunnison before turning south towards Telluride and the San Juan National Forest. Here you’ll find some of the youngest mountains in the state, which are craggier, and very different from mountains found elsewhere in Colorado. Turn west towards Mesa Verde National Park and then loop back up north towards Grand Junction or loop back to Salida before returning to Denver via Boulder.
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!
The world teaches you to build your lifestyle around your job.
But what if you chose to build your job around your lifestyle instead?
Since Jason Moore has graduated from college, he has found many different ways to build a lifestyle based on what he loved most:
And how to find work that allowed him to do it.
Today Jason joins us to talk about his early start traveling with the experiential marketing business and discusses how he was able to break into it and how you can too.
We then move on to stories from his journey hitchhiking around Scotland for charity and end with a story of travel mishap on his first backpacking trip to Europe.
We discuss how the love of travel is constant, why accountability is so important, what the #1 key is to finding budget alternatives for travel all while spending some time deciding who was the better business partner for The Paradise Pack. (it was Jason!)