The World Wanderers Podcast

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This week on the podcast we are joined by Bruce Kirkby! Bruce is a wilderness writer and adventure photographer who has traveled to over 80 countries over the last 30 years. He has done some incredible adventure travel, including a recent trip to a Buddhist Monastery in the Himalayas with his family. In this episode, we talk about how Bruce got into travel, his travel adventures over the year, how his travel shifted when he started a family, what it was like taking his kids to a Monastery, and more. We also dive into his most recent book "Blue Sky Kingdom", which is about his latest travel adventure. Enjoy!
This week on the podcast we are diving into Querétaro, Mexico! At the end of 2020, we had the opportunity to spend some time exploring the city and state of Querétaro, while connecting with friends. Without knowing much beforehand we were blown away by our experience in the city! Tune in to this episode to find out why! We'll chat about the food, culture, and things to see while also hearing from two friends of the podcast about their experience living in the Querétaro, Mexico! ---- If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
This week on the podcast we are joined by Jessica and Will Sueiro from WorldTowning. Alongside their two teens, Avalon and Largo, they left the American rat race in 2014 on a mission to adopt a more authentic lifestyle by traveling fulltime. Since then they have been educating their children globally, bonding deeper as a family and making memories, all while focusing on the humanitarian side of travel and embracing the locals they meet along the way. Their latest adventure has been to purchase a sailboat that they are learning to sail in the Mediterranean with the hopes of one day circumnavigating the globe! In this episode, we talk about why they decide to travel as a family, their adventures over the last 6+ years, what it's been like for them over the last year, and what life has been like living on sailboat! Enjoy!
This week on The World Wanderers, we're flipping the script and sharing a really fun conversation we had with Bob & Elliot from The Travelers Blueprint and Christine and Jules from Not So Bonvoyage all about backpacking! We discuss how we got into backpacking, how to make sure your trip is meaningful, the planning side of backpacking, and how we have all shifted to the work and travel life since starting our travel journies as backpackers. Enjoy!
This time on The World Wanderers, Amanda leads a one-on-one discussion with Alice Nettleingham from Teacaketravels.com! When Alice was a psychologist in the UK she met a girl on the train. After 4 hours of non-stop talking, she got off the train, booked a Teaching English as a Foreign Language course, and quit her life in the UK. Within 3 months, she was in South Korea teaching English.Since then, Alice has had solo adventures all around the world. From driving solo on her bike across Vietnam, to driving from the UK to Mongolia on the Mongol Rally with an all female team, and learning martial arts in China with a shaved head!In this episode Alice and Amanda discuss tips for traveling the world as a solo female, how Alice became a full-time travel blogger, and Alice’s new venture using her experience as an expert solo female traveller to empower people around the world to face their fears.
Today on The World Wanderers, we are sharing a special Insider interview with Jason Robinson from Thenomadexperiment.com!Jason began his nomadic adventure at age 39 with 14 days worth of travel experience. Over the past few years, Jason has achieved complete location independence as a Full-time Nomad, Author, Videographer, and Travel Blogger documenting his experiments and experiences for beginner travelers.In this episode we discuss Jason’s story, the mindset of experimentation, and advice for anyone at the start of their traveler journey.
On this episode of The World Wanderers, we get the chance to sit down with Mike Corey from Fearlessandfar.com! Mike is an Adventure Travel YouTuber, BBC Television Host, Filmmaker, and Podcaster creating adventure travel content to inspire anyone to chase their fears.Over the past couple of years, Mike has lived through and documented some incredible adventures, many of which you’ve just got to see to believe. Throughout this conversation, we discuss the mindset that it takes to chase your fears around the world, what responsible travel looks like during a pandemic, and why anyone would climb Mt. Kilamunjaru carrying a watermelon.---------If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
In this episode of The World Wanderers we are excited to catch up with friends of the podcast, Annette and Daniel Fortner from Chaseforadventure.com!Annette and Daniel are full-time travelers and digital entrepreneurs teaching aspiring digital nomads how they can create a full-time traveling life! The Fortners have had some crazy experiences since our last chat in the fall of 2019. From dodging elephants in Sri Lanka, to riding out Covid 19 living with 10 dogs in the jungles of Ko Chang, 2020 was an eventful year to say the least. Annette and Daniel are fantastic storytellers, both through their blog and through their Youtube channel, and so this conversation was a fun ride full of action and insight. If you would like to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!Connect with Annette and Daniel at Chaseforadventure.com and on YouTube
This time on The World Wanderers we are joined by Mr. Nomad Numbers, one of the Nomad Numbers team. In 2018, Mr. and Mrs. Nomad Numbers quit their jobs, sold their stuff, and started traveling the world full time!From the start, they’ve documented their journey and kept detailed track of their budget, spending, and income. Their site is a truly great resource for any nomad, so we were excited to chat with Mr. Nomad Numbers about his journey, how he budgets and plans travel, why travel can be a lot more affordable than you think, life in Taiwan, and a lot more!Learn more and connect with Nomad Numbers at: - nomadnumbers.com- https://www.instagram.com/nomadnumbers/
This week on the show we are taking you back in time and on an adventure we took to Boquete, Panama at the very start of 2020!We'll talk about why Boquete is a great spot to visit (maybe even an underrated destination), take you on a tour of some of the best things to do, and share what made it stand out to us.This episode is brought to you in part by Casco Antiguo Language School. Casco Antiguo Language School offers Spanish language immersion programs in Latin America's coolest neighborhood, Panama City, Panama's Old Quarter, Casco Antiguo. Their 1 on 1 or Small Group classes allow you to get out of the classroom and learn Spanish in real-life settings. They also offer free social activities every such as sunset bike tour, salsa dancing, happy hour, and beach volleyball. The school is located in the heart of this incredible colonial neighborhood that's also an UNESCO world heritage site. The school has a great social atmosphere and the teachers are incredible. We have seen such an improvement in our Spanish since we started studying there, and the beauty is they also offer classes online via Skype / Zoom so we are actually back in Canada now but can continue classes online with the same teacher. During this crazy time, it has given our lives some sort of routine, which we are loving. If you are interested in learning Spanish, you can head on over to www.cascospanish.com to start your language learning journey.
On this episode of The World Wanderers, we are talking with Becky Gillespie from Tokyo Becky and The School of Travels podcast. If you've listened to the podcast for a while you've met Becky before! We're talking today about what life has been like living through the pandemic as a nomad and Becky's plans to become a resident of Portugal!If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
What a crazy year it has been! Like we do every year, we're looking back at the past 12 months. We started the year in Panama and will end it in Mexico, but a lot happened and changed in between. A pandemic definitely throws a wrench into life plans as a digital nomad, so we also talk about what our plans were that we changed throughout the year. One of the big changes from this year is that we launcher The World Wanderers Insider, our exclusive podcast on Patreon. To get access to TWW Insider you can go to patreon.com/theworldwanderers
At the end of October, we traveled from Canada to Mexico to base ourselves in Puerto Vallarta for the fall. We've been settling in for a month and this week on the podcast wanted to give an update about what life has been like here so far. We share our reasoning for starting here, what it's been like so far, and how it's felt to be here during the ongoing pandemic.This episode is brought to you by Away. Visit Awaytravel.com/wanderers to find the perfect gear for your next trip!
This week on the podcast we are chatting with Aubrey Carter from All Ears English. Aubrey is a certified IELTS instructor for All Ears English and is co-host of the IELTS Energy podcast. She received her master's degree in TESOL from the City College of New York and has been an ESL Instructor for 19 years.In High School and College Aubrey developed a passion for French and language learning. But when she went on an exchange to live in Belgium she realized the classroom French wasn't helping her with speaking and connecting with real people. She realized that the pathway to learning a language was through real life experience and building connections with people. That insight has driven her as she built a career in languages. In the episode we are talking about Aubrey's journey with travel and language learning, why learning a language adds so much to travel, and tips and recommendations for people just starting out with a new language. We were featured on All Ears English in October, check it out here: https://www.allearsenglish.com/aee-1452/Learn more about All Ears English at https://www.allearsenglish.com/
This week on The World Wanderers we’re excited to be talking to Liz Sharma from Talk The Streets! Liz is from the UK but since 2005 has been nursing a passion for all things Portuguese. Liz first visited Portugal on a college exchange and now calls Lisbon home. To help others connect with Portugal she started Talk the Streets, where she helps equip others to get out and about in the Portuguese community and explore all it has to offer. In the episode, we chat about Liz’s passion for Portuguese, why learning a language adds so much to travel, and what Liz’s tips are for anyone starting to learn Portuguese (or another language). To learn more about Liz’s Portuguese Pro course visit https://talkthestreets.com/pro/Connect with Liz: * Talkthestreets.com* https://www.instagram.com/talkthestreets/* YouTube.com/talkthestreetsIf you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
This week on the show we are excited to be talking with Nathan Pettijohn about his new book Travels with Hafa!Nathan is an author and entrepreneur who decided he needed a break in the last part of 2019. He rented an RV and along with his dog Hafa, travelled the western US. We talk about Nathan’s background with travel, how he designs his work to allow more flexibility with adventure, and what the process of capturing a trip in book form was like. If you’ve ever thought about writing a book about your travel experiences, you’ll love this episode!Nathan is a contributing writer for Forbes on topics relating to what business leaders need to know about innovations in media and technology. Nathan is also the coauthor of a short tactical guide Zen and the Art of Admin Tasks, about outsourcing administrative work. In 2011, Nathan founded Cordurouy, a digital strategy agency based in Los Angeles where he serves as CEO.----- If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
This week on the show we are diving into life and travel in Panama City, Panama. From November of the last year to this March we based ourselves in Panama City. During that time we had the chance to explore lots of different parts of the city and country! Our time in Panama was cut short, so while there is still a ton on our bucket list for Panama we wanted to sit down to share some of our experience and what makes Panama a great place to live and explore!This episode is brought to you by Casco Antiguo Spanish School. If you’re interested in learning Spanish, make sure to check out their online classes at Cascospanish.comIf you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
This week on the show we are joined by Cameron Seagle and Natasha Alden from The World Pursuit! After traveling full time for almost four years across six continents and 85 countries, Cam and Natasha decided to base themselves in the Canadian Rockies. Now they travel half the year and explore the mountains for the other half, documenting it all on social media and their site Theworldpursuit.com. In this episode, we explore their story from how they met and started traveling, how they built a career in travel, and why they decided to settle down a bit after living as nomads for 4 years. In this episode: * How Cameron and Natasha met and decided to go traveling together * Moving to NYC to work in the film industry and then deciding to find a way to travel full-time* Traveling on a budget in Europe* How they started travel blogging and the process from starting to covering expenses* Reality vs expectations when you’re working and traveling * Deciding to travel and road trip through Africa* What it is like trying to buy a car and cross borders when traveling in Africa* The challenges of blogging while road tripping in Africa* Deciding to find a home base after almost four years of permanent travel* Settling down in Canmore, Alberta* What are Cameron and Natasha’s future travel plans?* Connect on IG: https://www.instagram.com/theworldpursuit/Learn more about Cameron and Natasha at https://theworldpursuit.com/about-us/If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
This week on the podcast we are excited to be chatting with Stephanie and Gillian from Our Freedom Years!After working for 7 years in Singapore, Stephanie and Gillian realized a decade long dream of achieving financial independence in 2019 and had started a nomad journey in Europe when the global pandemic unexpectedly hit. They returned to Canada to wait it out and are now back in Europe, based in Greece. We chat about their journey to financial independence, their experience in Italy as the pandemic started, what it is like traveling with dogs, and finally what it's been like to be back in Europe.
This week on the podcast we are chatting with Uwe Allgäuer about switching careers to become a nomad and his journey to Bulgaria.After falling in love with travel when he was young, Uwe found himself in a career as an electrical engineer. It was a fine way to make a living, but the adventurous part of his soul was never satisfied. So when Uwe learned about people working and traveling online, he knew it was something he had to try for himself.We chat with Uwe about his journey onto a more entrepreneurial path, the businesses he's created, and why he lives in Bulgaria now.Please note that this interview was recorded prior to the pandemic, so anything that sounds a bit out of place is due to the passing of time.
This week on the podcast we are joined by Benjamin Hagerty and Brianne Nemiroff from itsbreeandben.com Ben & Bree are a married couple from California, with a passion for travel. In 2017, they were inspired to take a long-term road trip around Canada and the U.S. and soon realized that they wanted to make travel a part of a permanent part of life. On this episode of the podcast, we discuss how Ben & Bree fell in love with travel, what it's like to travel with a vegan lifestyle, their top tips and favorite places for traveling as a vegan, how we can begin to travel more ethically and more. Enjoy!-------If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
This week we are sharing an episode that we originally released on the TWW Insider with Jon and Ashley from Travelling Graces. So often when we think about being able to travel more, we start with thinking about what we’ll need to earn to do it. Raising your income and finding new opportunities certainly can help you find more travel freedom, but a lot of the time the opportunities are right under our nose. In this conversation, we talk about saving and budgeting as a way to create more freedom for travel in your life and the practical ways to go about doing that. Visit travellinggraces.com to find out more about their story and amazing resources on saving and budgeting for travel. If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!
This week on the podcast we are chatting with Leo Godoy about road tripping in Australia!Road trips are classic trips and road-tripping in Australia can be the trip of a lifetime, but like all things, roading tripping in 2020 comes with unexpected bumps in the road. The Australian bush fires at the start of the year and the growing global pandemic in the spring made the trip anything but ordinary. Enjoy!This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. Receive 10% off online counseling with our code: www.betterhelp.com/worldwanderers
This week on the podcast we are chatting with Lianne and Corey from the Small Worlds Podcast and their new show Forever Break. We first talked with Lianne and Corey in the fall when we were on their show to talk about traveling and working from Mexico. In the 7 months between conversations a lot has changed! In this episode we catch up on Lianne and Corey’s adventures through India and Asia, what it was like traveling Asia at the start of the year as the pandemic was starting, and how they adjusted their plans. We also talk about their new show for Forever Break and how they are planning for the future in times of uncertainty. In this episode: * Check out our interview on Small Worlds:* How Leanne and Corey first started traveling * Working holiday visas* How Leanne and Corey first met in Canada* What it’s like to travel at when you’re in the first year of a relationship* What it was like traveling in Asia at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic * Traveling back to the US and Canada during the pandemic * Since Leanne and Corey are from different countries, how did they decide where to go since travel is so restricted * What inspired the start of the Small Worlds Podcast* What is the Forever Break podcast? * Check out the new show, Forever Break: Go to foreverbreak.com/podcast to learn more. To enter the Leanne and Corey’s promotion you can find it on https://foreverbreak.com/win/dji-mavic-air-2-drone/If you would to get access to the past and future episodes of our nomad series as a World Wanderers Insider, head on over to Patreon.com/theworldwanderers. Thank you so much for your continued support!This podcast is in partnership with BetterHelp. Receive 10% off online counseling with our code: www.betterhelp.com/worldwanderers
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Podcast Details

Created by
Amanda Kingsmith & Ryan Ferguson
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Aug 6th, 2014
Latest Episode
May 6th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
284
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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