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16 minutes | Apr 30, 2015
Episode 26: Sharing your Skills
There are many excuses for traveling the world. Some of the people we have interviewed had left behind boring jobs in search of enlightenment, some people where in search of changes of perspective and some are looking to share their skills to make the world better.This is exactly what Mark Horoszowski from Moving Worlds wanted as he volunteered around the globe. He liked it so much he started a service to help people connect to whoever needs their skills. Do you want to experience the world while working? Build some experience and experience some culture shock along the way?Join us as Mark tells us about his time volunteering, his motivation for starting his website and more!
25 minutes | Apr 14, 2015
Episode 25: Social Technology
Living in a city, with a computer on your desk and a smartphone on your pocket it is often assume that people around the world are using technology just the way you are.Turns out we are all probably wrong, as the approaches different cultures takes to things we take for granted may surprise you as Peter Dolanjski from Mozilla (the guys behind Firefox) discovered during a trip to India. Join us to discover a world where big phones are social icons and illiterate street vendors use the web.
28 minutes | Mar 17, 2015
Episode 24: How far can kidness take you?
A guy abandons his office job to travel the globe, but with a twist. He survives day by day by the kindness of people he meets. This man is Leon Logothetis, author of the Kindness Diaries and star of "The Amazing Adventures of a Nobody" tv show.Join us we chat with Leon about everything from advice on how to take the leap into adventure to the back story of his iconic yellow motorcycle and what it takes to create genuine human connection with a stranger.
27 minutes | Mar 6, 2015
Episode 23: New life, An endless year off
Living in New York City, working in a great firm with an important job: encouraging people to travel the globe. Sounds like a dream come true, doesn’t it? Not quite, because life is all about experiencing rather than describing things you’ve only seen in pictures.Join us as Angie Orth from angieaway.com shares the tale of she took a big step into the unknown and encourages us to travel and dream and, most importantly, remind us all that life is ours to experience.
17 minutes | Feb 24, 2015
Episode 22: The Nude Act
Have you ever found yourself with almost no cash? How did that make you feel? Probably scared right? Imagine that feeling while being in a foreign country, sounds tough right? In a situation like that, you would probably panic but, what if you have unfinished adventures to attend to? How far are you willing to you go, so money doesn't stop you from achieving your goals? Join us as world traveling Backpacker, Photographer and Surf instructor Chris Stevens from Backpackerbanter.com tell us how he managed to overcome that hurdle along the way.
25 minutes | Nov 21, 2014
Episode 21: Misunderstood Middle East
What comes to mind when you hear about the middle east? Culture and hope? Violence and Oppression?The middle east is vast region with a complex history that has influenced us all in one way or the other. It is also often misunderstood by those who have never visited it.Join us as the very eloquent Marysia from My Travel Affairs discusses her adventures on several countries of the middle east, the people she met and knowledge she has gained along the way. A kind reminder of how the world can be very different once you experience it first hand.
24 minutes | Nov 13, 2014
Episode 20: Freedom in Nothingness
Often, when confronted with the possibility of not living with our day to day commodities like electricity or water (or Internet) we picture a life of hardship and unhappiness. But maybe there is freedom in nothingness. Maybe a life without time is a life worth learning from.Join us Laura from Meridiano180 tell us of her time in Gambia and the lessons she learned there. From living on the instant to the hard to believe stuff some people do in search of a "better" life.
27 minutes | Sep 17, 2014
Episode 19: in the Back of a Russian Cop Car
You have just had a car accident, you are in Russia and have no insurance. Cops show up. What do you do? What happens next? This is what happened to Stephen Schreck from www.abackpackerstale.com. What ended up happening may be very different from what you expect.
20 minutes | Aug 30, 2014
Episode 18: Family Roots
Are you ever curious about where your family comes? Would you like to visit the land of your grandparents and rediscover your roots?Join us as Mariana from mytravelthirst.com tell us of how she decided to travel and move from Costa Rica to Barcelona, curious about her family origins.Also, this is the first episode recorded face to face in our city!
34 minutes | Aug 19, 2014
Episode 17: The art of Wine and Travel
Wine is in equal parts a science and an art. It is also en excellent opportunity to travel and experience.Join us as Alana Barton from alanasterling.com tell us how her work on the wine industry got her to travel in Mendoza, Argentina, and the adventures that followed.This episode is best enjoyed with a side of good wine.
28 minutes | Aug 9, 2014
Episode 16: the Night Walk
Traveling sometimes do not require going to exotic and unknown places in a search for something different, but rather looking at a well known place with a different perspective.Join us as Storytelling Consultant Mike Sowden from feveredmutterings.com tell us how an unexpected night walk can make a city very different.
21 minutes | Jul 26, 2014
Episode 15: The China Hitchhiker
Traveling sometimes does not require going to exotic and unknown places in a search for something different, but rather looking at a well known place with a different perspective. Join us as Storytelling Consultant Mike Sowden from feveredmutterings.com tell us how an unexpected night walk can make a city very different.
34 minutes | Jul 10, 2014
Episode 14: To travel is to Grow
What does truly make a person grow and learn? What is the best education?Follow us as Talon Windwalker tell us how he decided travel was the best school for his son, and the adventures they have lived together.
21 minutes | Jul 6, 2014
Episode 13: Monkey Business
Have anyone ever snatched your camera? How about a monkey?Join us as Chris Backe from http://www.oneweirdglobe.com/ tell us how a split second distraction is all it takes for a macaque to snatch your camera away from your grasp.
30 minutes | Jun 21, 2014
Episode 12: Adventure in Venezuela, Love in Colombia
How and why do you start a travel blog? If you have a carefully planned trip and an a better unplanned opportunity presents itself, do you dare throw the plan out the window and embrace adventure?Join us as Dani Blanchette from goingnomadic.com tells us about the adventure that started her as a travel blogger, trough dangers and wonders in a surprise mention of our home country to finding love and beyond!
24 minutes | Jun 17, 2014
Episode 11: Capturing Seasons in Lofoten
A true photographer has a vision that transcends time. He searches to capture the essence of a place through its stages and beyond.Joins us as we chat with professional photographer Cody Duncan about his work on the Lofoten Islands through the seasons, share photography tips and remember how bad is it to be stuck camera-less at a wonderful moment.
15 minutes | Jun 13, 2014
Episode 10: Lost in a Russian Forest
Being lost in a forest, away from all human contact and with no way of distinguishing day from night can be a terrifying and enlightening experience.Join us as Stela recalls the one time she was lost in Karelia and shares some of the tips of survival.
23 minutes | Jun 10, 2014
Episode 9: Iceland, an Odd place
When you travel you learn about your destinations. But sometimes what your learn is... odder than expected.Join us as we chat with Melissa Randall from driftyland.com tell us about her time on Iceland and shares some true (or not) facts about Strange Iceland.
33 minutes | Jun 5, 2014
Episode 8: Lost on the Wall
If you want to get to know and discover a place you need to walk and explore. But sometimes things do not go according to plan, and you might find yourselves with no idea where you are, where to go and what to do.Joins us as Madison Sites tells us how she got lost while exploring the Great Wall of China, and the odd events that followed as she tried to figure out what to do.
28 minutes | Jun 2, 2014
Episode 7: Zipline from Yosemite
If you really want to climb a mountain, you try until you achieve. But what if, after you have reached the very top, the opportunity arraises to do something even more extraordinary? Would you do it? Would you risk the chasm and take the leap?
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