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See our adventures by subscribing to our YouTube channel. Join us through the ups and downs, meet the local people that we stay with through Couchsurfing and watch our thought provoking world documentaries.


 
 
 
 

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Travel Podcast

On our travel podcast we explore, challenge and learn about different destinations around the world to give you travellers some fun facts and travel hacks so you can travel around trouble free and full of knowledge! It’s a radio-style travel podcast with features such as Gameshow Facts, Language Lessons with Amy and Pho-bservations. We explore one country or culture every month plus a travel topic like how to not get scammed. All that, plus we tackle important world issues such as the conflict in Syria or the economic crisis in Venezuela by talking to local people to educate ourselves on travel topics with the help of experts.

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LISTEN to how to travel jordan

Join us this month as we take you into the Middle East to explore Jordan. This small country offers loads for travellers including the Dead Sea, Petra and the Wadi Rum desert. We explain all with the help of the friendly locals that we met along the way. Our game this month is "Amman, I feel like a woman"… Let's go girls! In case you're wondering we also discuss the capital Amman, Wadi Musa, Wasda, life for women and Mansaf.

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listen to what you can do in japan

JAPAN! A place most travellers dream of going to! You've got Tokyo, Osaka, Mount Fuji, Sushi, Sega, Super Mario and so much more! We discuss all of these in this episode featuring YouTuber Karl Watson. He recently visited Japan with his friend James where they travelled around by bullet trains, got up to no good in izakaya bars by talking to older men and visited the Hiroshima memorial site. In our game this month we try to actually turn Japanese! How do you do that I hear you ask? Well, you'll just have to listen won't you!

 

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listen to a documentary; cyprus a divided island

In this podcast documentary we spend time on both sides of Cyprus, that’s the Greek side and the Turkish side. We find out why the island is divided and what it means to be Cypriot. We speak to a visiting Professor involved in past United Nations peace talks. A photographer whose mother is a refugee from the ghost-town Famagusta, Republic of Cyprus Hockey team player, a Journalist & peace activist who crosses the green line every day for her children's education, the Deputy President of Cyprus Turkish Football Association & Executive Member of CONIFA and an International football player for the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.

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listen to how to travel chile

We had such an adventure in Chile! Join us as we explore the capital Santiago to learn about Chilean culture and history. Get arty with us in the creative city of Valparaiso before having stars in your eyes when we visit the VLTs (very large telescopes), the most productive telescopes in the world! Finally we visit the Atacama Desert, the driest place on Earth but it's way more than just that. It blew our minds! We meet the locals for BBQs and Pisco parties, we learn about the local food & language, plus our game this month is called Chilli Chile Chilli. How much do we know about all things chilli related.

 
 
 

LIVING LIKE LOCALS,

WITH LOCALS

 
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