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Two Drinks and Travel
55 minutes | Sep 30, 2019
010. Remote Year
Corey talks with Steven Kearney about his experiences with the Remote Year program. Find out all the details about this unique opportunity which provides you the chance to travel the world without quitting your job.
53 minutes | Jul 24, 2019
009. Chimpanzees In Uganda (Part 2)
In part two of his conversation with primatologist Nicole Simmons, Corey covers what day to day life is like in Uganda, and the conservation efforts that are underway to not only help chimpanzees, but help the neighboring communities as well. These chimpanzees need our help! If you’d like to make a monetary donation, please check out this Go Fund Me page for the Kyambura Chimpanzee Conservation. Chimpanzees all over Africa are in danger due to loss of habitat, and this project is aimed at replanting forests in order to keep these animals thriving for future generations. If you’d like to make a donation of coffee brewing equipment to support the coffee project discussed in this episode, please contact the show’s email address, email@example.com for more details.
56 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
008. Chimpanzees in Uganda (Part 1)
In a two part podcast, Corey talks with primatologist Nicole Simmons about her journey to becoming a field researcher in Uganda and studying our closest living relatives, chimpanzees. Nicole shares her stories and experiences studying and interacting with a chimpanzee family in Kyambura Gorge, as well as her encounters with less friendly African animals. If you want to learn more about this amazing group, please be sure to visit the Facebook page dedicated to the Kyambura Gorge Chimpanzee Community, and watch “Chimps of the Lost Gorge“, a BBC Natural World special which follows the family as they try to survive in their unique environment.
48 minutes | May 27, 2019
In this week’s show, Corey talks with Brett Bellon about Israel. Hear about some of the highlights that travelers need to see when visiting, get some insights into Jewish religion and culture, and even learn a little about the ongoing land disputes and political tensions within Israel. Plus, find out what happens when you don’t research your tour group before booking.
69 minutes | May 20, 2019
Corey talks with Dr. Shanda Angioli about Cuba, getting off the grid (for better or worse), propaganda, government spying, and most importantly, getting rum back across the border.
47 minutes | May 12, 2019
005. Mother’s Day Travel Special
Corey talks with Misti Powell about the fun of traveling with her daughter, experiencing other cultures together, visiting and understanding foreign schools and education systems, and the rewards and lasting memories of getting your kids traveling early.
58 minutes | May 6, 2019
004. Patagonia and Antarctica
Corey talks with Ian Starnes about visiting Argentina’s Tierra Del Fuego, crossing off a bucket list destination, and visiting one of the worlds last untouched wildernesses, Antarctica.
58 minutes | Apr 21, 2019
003. South Korea
Corey talks with Lauren Hong about living for 3 years in South Korea. Hear about the cultural barriers she encountered while living with a host family, what life is like near the DMZ, and of course, karaoke and K-pop.
82 minutes | Apr 21, 2019
Corey talks with Adam Kuert about growing up as a child of missionaries in Kenya. Hear about his time spent in Maasai villages, and the difficulties of re-adjusting to life back in the United States.
46 minutes | Apr 21, 2019
Corey talks with Rachael Schwab about living for a year in Malaysia. Hear an incredible story about nearly getting abducted in a taxi cab, and the experiences of a traveler living in a rural village.
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