The World Wanderers Podcast

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This week on the podcast we are joined by Sarah Mikutel. Sarah is the host of the Postcard Academy Podcast and an American living abroad in the U.K.    Sarah shares her background in finding out that she was eligible to get dual citizenship from It…
This week on the podcast we are joined by Gaurav Chandrashekar. We met Gaurav while we lived in Mexico City and he was in the middle of two years of digital nomad life. We learn more about Gaurav's background from growing up in India, to moving to …
Do all nomads eventually settle down?  Can you really be happy if you always move around?  Is there something about having a permanent home that you can never recreate as a nomad?  These are the questions we're mulling over on this weeks episode of…
This week on the podcast we are sharing part two of our adventures in Guatemala! After working from a co-working space in Antigua for three weeks, we finished up our time there by going on an avocado farm tour, and moved out of our Airbnb and trav…
This week on the podcast we are excited to have Sasha and Rachel from Grateful Gypsies back!   We first interviewed them in the summer of 2017 to talk about teaching English abroad and online and have since kept in touch and even met up in person l…
This week on the podcast we are sharing part 1 of our adventures in Guatemala! We join you from Antigua, Guatemala which is a small, colonial town about an hour outside of Guatemala City. We've been in Antigua working, eating and exploring for the …
This week on the podcast we are off to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Florida and we're taking you with us!  On this episode, we take you on our weekend adventure to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We visited Diagon Alley, dra…
Since this will be the last podcast episode of 2018, we are continuing our tradition of looking back on the past year and reflecting on our travels, our highs and lows, and everything in between. We start this episode with a brief overview of where…
This week on the podcast we are joined by Anna Mazurek. Anna is a freelance travel photographer, a digital nomad, an author, and an expert on travel hacks and budgeting.  Anna joined us all the way from Chiang Mai, Thailand to share her travel stor…
This week on the podcast we are joined by Heath Armstrong! Heath is an Amazon FBA expert, the brains behind the motivational products such as the Sweet Ass Domination Deck, and the founder of Rage Create. Heath has a really inspirational story - he…
This week on the podcast we are talking about traveling as a couple! We've been traveling together since 2011, and have spent the last 7 years backpacking around the world, working and traveling, moving to different cities, and taking vacations. We…
This week on the podcast we are joining you from our mobile studio (ie. Amanda's car!). We recap our 5 months in Canada over the summer, including what we've done, where we've been, and some of our top highlights. We share our adventures in Canmore…
Ricky Shetty is the founder of Daddy Blogger and Digital Nomad Mastery. He has been traveling since he was in his 20's and traveling with his wife and 3 young children for over 2 years now. He joined us all the way from the Philippines, where he is…
This week on the podcast we are answering YOUR questions! We asked our private Facebook community what travel questions they had for us and answered a number of them on this episode. We talk about how we plan trips and why we choose to go places, h…
This week on the podcast we are off to Oaxaca, Mexico! Oaxaca is located in southern Mexico and was our last stop on our Mexican adventure. After we moved out of our apartment in Mexico City we made our way down to Oaxaca where we spent 10 days eat…
This week on the podcast we are joined by CEO and founder of Live Lingua, Ray Blakney. Ray joined us all the way from Queretaro, Mexico to share his story of growing up living around the world, traveling to Mexico in the Peace Corps, and starting 3…
This week on the podcast we are off to Acapulco, Puebla & Tulum, Mexico. First up, Acapulco! We went to Acapulco for a conference and to celebrate Amanda's 29th birthday. We did something a little bit different for this trip and stayed at a resort.…
On August 6, 2014 we released the very first episode of The World Wanderers podcast, and this past Monday marked our 4th anniversary... or as Amanda more affectionately likes to say, The World Wanderers 4th birthday!  So, we decided to do a special…
This week on the podcast we are continuing to share about our winter in Mexico! After visiting Merida, we took a trip to San Miguel de Allende for Christmas. Soon after that, we went to Guadalajara and Ajijic to visit Jake and Michelle from Retired…
Chantal Patton, her husband, and their 3 girls set out on a 5 week trip to Europe that has lasted 5 years! Since leaving their home in Canada, they have based themselves in Switzerland and traveled to over 90 countries around the world while workin…
This week on the podcast we are talking about Mexico City! We spent the last 7.5 months living in Mexico City and loved it. When people have been to Mexico City, they get it, but for others, they seem confused why we would choose to live there. Mex…
This week on the podcast we are joined by Tessa Pinner from Broaden Goods. Tessa has been traveling since she was young, and although she’s always loved to travel, she never expected to start a travel-inspired business. On a trip to Morocco 3 years…
Andy Steves grew up following his dad Rick Steves on his travel related work trips, spending two to four weeks a year in Europe while his dad updated guidebooks, created TV shows, and led tours. Initially pursuing a college degree in Industrial Des…
Meg and Tom of Food, Fun, Travel met while working on a cruise ship after graduating from university. After Tom moved to Australia to be with Meg and the two tried the traditional 9 to 5 career path, they both decided it wasn't for them and that th…
We decided to take advantage of the recent need to do a visa run and visit Central America, a part of the world that had always caught our attention but we hadn't yet made it to. Within Central America, we were drawn to Panama as we had heard great…
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Podcast Details
Started
Aug 6th, 2014
Latest Episode
Apr 11th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
216
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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