Postcard Academy: A travel podcast sharing insider food and culture tips
About This Show
Each week, this travel show features people who packed up everything to start a new adventure in another part of the world. You'll get their insider travel recommendations on the best food and cultural experiences in the most interesting places around the globe 🍴💃 You'll also discover travel hacks to find cheap flights and travel deals, and hear personal expat stories that offer guidance on how to live, work, volunteer, and travel abroad ✌️🌎 ✈️
Host Sarah Mikutel is an American who's spent the last 7 years traveling around Europe and living and working abroad in Italy and the U.K. 🇺🇸 🇬🇧 🇮🇹.
Most Recent Episode
#vanlife 🚌 Where to Go to the Bathroom and Other Van Life Tips and Essentials
6 days ago
Last year, The New Yorker ran an article titled #vanlife, the Bohemian Social-Media Movement: What began as an attempt at a simpler life quickly became a life-style brand. And it's true, if you look up #vanlife on Instagram, you’ll find nearly 3 million photos of perfect couples driving through the desert or drinking beer on top of their vehicle. But there are also tons of people choosing to live in vans or RVs or old bread trucks because they want a simpler life. Fewer things. More experiences. Jema Patterson talked about her van life experience with us on the house-sitting episode a few weeks back. Today, we are taking a deeper dive into van life. We’ll hear more from Jema, and also from new guest Casey Sheppard, from Case of the Nomads. Casey spent two years living in a van with her dog, India, before embarking on her latest adventure, biking all the way across New Zealand. She just finished her 30-day, 3,000 km bike ride. But she still made time to chat about travel and the ins and outs of van life. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe and forward this show to a friend. If you’re feeling especially kind, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. This helps people discover the show. 🤗 Instagram, Twitter, Facebook Visit postcardacademy.co for more travel guides and stories. Thank you to Six Miles High Design for creating the brilliant Postcard Academy logo.