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Episode Info: Aaaaand we're back!You may have seen Graham Hughes's face pop up on your Facebook feed as of late--he's the guy who traveled to every country in the world without using any air travel.We have an amusing chat with Graham summarizing his travels over the past few years, the motivation to shoot for a Guinness World Record, and why he is now officially known as "The Jackal of People Smuggling" in the African island nation of Cape Verde (more show notes after the fold).As usual, feedback, questions and comments are welcome, so feel free to post your thoughts down below in the comments section. (Apologies the video freezing near the end...that's Skype for you!)Listen to us on iTunes here.This particular episode covers:Graham's travel philosophy and his outlook on humanity How he went about planning his trip, including dealing with Guinness Book pre-trip and the "rules" of his journey The route and timing of his trip, including the most difficult to get to areas of the world and the modes of transportation employed How to book a ride on a commercial cargo ship and the potential issues involved How much it all cost and how he financed the trip over the course of four years Graham's three superpowers, and his incredible regenerating hat Scaling the pyramids of Giza under cover of night His experience on Samsung's online reality show, SOS IslandLinks:The Odyssey Expedition, Graham's blog detailing his travels The 4-Day Boat Ride (from hell) to Cape Verde, and his subsequent arrest, which we chat about around 26:30 Graham's World, a show featuring Graham that was produced by Lonely Planet Television, commissioned by National Geographic Adventure, and distributed by BBC Worldwide. One Second in Every Country, Graham's viral video Samsung's SOS Island, an online reality TV show that Graham competed on WaterAid, the water and sanitation charity that Graham raises funds forQuote of the Episode: "...if there's one thing I've learned, it's this: nobody knows what's gonna happen at the end of the line, so you might as well enjoy the trip." - Manuel Calavera, Grim Fandango
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