The Ridiculous Race, Part II: Winning, Writing, and Whales
Now that they’ve scored the book deal they have to actually race each other around the world.
The first step?
Buying the most expensive bottle of scotch they could find.
And, boy, was it expensive!
Steve and Vali share their best, and worst, experiences during their travels along with their opinions on what makes travel so great. They speak about meeting up in Moscow, calling a truce to the race, and the hi-jinks that ensued before completing the race and sitting down to the monumental task of writing the book.
Steve and Vali continue the trend set in Part I of being hilarious. If you’re up for a good laugh, have a listen, you’ll be itching to find out who won!
This is part two of a two-part interview. To hear how Steve and Vali got their book deal, through a series of what you could predict at this point to be ridiculous events, make sure to check out part one of this interview!
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In This Episode:
- Some of the disappointments of the trip.
- The people that make travel so great.
- Calling a truce in Moscow.
- Scotch that cost the price of a crummy used car.
- An event that devastated a lot of people in LA, that actually helped Steve & Vali.
- How looking back on your writing should always make you cringe.
and much more!
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