Zero To Travel Podcast : National Geographic Type

Zero To Travel Podcast : National Geographic Type


Do you want to learn how to travel the world for as long as you desire, on your terms while spending less money? Whether you're a travel newbie dying to figure out how to explore the world, an occasional traveler longing to make your holiday everyday, or an experienced globetrotter seeking unique ways to keep traveling full time, you're in the right place. Travel expert Jason Moore from chats with adventurous people living life on the road so you can discover new ways to travel endlessly. Jason and his guests share insanely actionable advice and key resources, getting down and dirty on topics like; starting and running an online business from anywhere, travel and work opportunities, gutsy budget travel strategies, surprising ways to earn free travel, the digital nomad life, unconventional travel based lifestyles, fun travel jobs, how to plan epic adventures, backpacking, 4 hour work week inspired topics, and everything in between. Jason has wandered the planet for 15+ years working as a tour manager in events/music, an adventure travel tour guide, a trash sweeper, and now as a location independent entrepreneur running businesses on the fly. He is obsessed with doing whatever he can to help you explore our crazy planet, no matter what your current situation or experience. Let's do this! Subscribe now and welcome.


How To Retire Early and Travel the World  

Can YOU retire early and travel the world?

What does it really take to retire early?

Today you’re going to hear a totally different approach that might forever change the way you think about your work, your finances, and how travel ties in with that....

And today's show is kind of a big deal- you'll hear from Anita Dhake who retired in her 30's (yes, her 30's!) and enjoys traveling the world! Anita is known online as ‘Thrifty Girl’ and she is here to share some advice on early retirement, the lifestyle around that, and how you can start taking steps today to make it happen.

Quick thank you to Tortuga backpacks for supporting today's show! Be sure to check out the Tortuga Outbreaker backpack for you or your travel friend.  Use the promo code TRAVEL at checkout for 10% off! 


Tune In To Learn: How to create motivation to retire early Ways to 'UP' your gratitude level How to overcome the biggest obstacle (that people don't realize) Why you need to "spend thoughtfully" to create happiness How much you really need to sacrifice (to retire early) Actionable steps towards early retirement How to get excited about tracking your expenses and budgeting Ways to put relationships first How to go out and do stuff in the world every day One essential item for your health (as a nomad) Travel recommendations (from someone who has been to 52 countries and counting!) And much more! Resources: The Power of Thrift Your Money or Your Life Vanguard Funds List The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing A Random Walk Down Wall Street Location Indie

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5 Ways To Spice Up Your Next Trip + An Authentic Food Quest  

How are you spicing up your next trip?

Are you ready for an authentic food quest?

Tune in today to hear 5 ways to add another exciting layer to your next travel experience....something a little extra.

Plus, you'll hear about one of my favorite parts of travel – Food! My guests today traded in their corporate jobs in 2015 to eat their way around the world. They recently published their first book, Authentic Food Quest Argentina: A Guide To Eat Your Way Authentically Through Argentina.

Rosemary and Claire are on a mission to transform traveler’s experiences through the discovery and knowledge of authentic food. They took a 6 month food journey starting in South America and then headed to Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Peru!

Get ready for a special treat and some mouth watering fun!

Special thanks to Tortuga backpacks for sponsoring today's show.  Looking for an awesome travel backpack or a great gift for your travel friend?  Listeners of this show will get 10% off the Tortuga Backpack using the promo code TRAVEL at checkout!

Listen To Learn: How to build your best trip How to live the life you truly want Why passion is key to starting a business Why being open to change (and evolving) can make all the difference The real process of transition to travel The best ways to create sustainable living How to make a business work for the long term (don't think about plan B) Daily life of the Authentic Food Quest The 4 steps to find “Authentic” food experiences How to unite around food The best way to shape your entire travel experience The "dream meals" of Rosemary and Claire And much more! Resources: Tortuga Outbreaker Backpack Wedding Proposal In Space - Out Of This World Travel Love Story Creating Adventures and Pushing Limits Riding 16,000 Miles Blind Walking Across America No Pants. No Money. No Bike. No Problem! Epic Bike Rides With George Mahood Free Country: A Penniless Adventure the Length of Britain You’re Coming Hitchhiking Around Scotland With Me Trekking Nepal Series Authentic Food Quest Argentina: A Guide to Eat Your Way Authentically Through Argentina Location Indie Authentic Food Quest International House Sitting : How To Travel The World and Stay Anywhere For FREE Airbnb TBEX – Travel Blog Exchange Women in Travel Summit The Happiness of Pursuit: Finding the Quest That Will Bring Purpose to Your Life

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20 Travel Gift Ideas: Part Two  

"Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift.  That is why it is called the present."  -Bil Keane 

Looking for great travel gift ideas?

Tune in today for Part Two of 20 Travel Gift Ideas!

In this episode, I sit down my wife Anne Dorthe to share 3 cost saving tips around actual travel experience gifts (hear the most valuable gift you can give someone).  

Plus, Fred from Tortuga Backpacks pays us another visit to share his top 5 travel gift ideas for long term travel.

Want to give a special shout out to Tortuga Backpacks for sponsoring today's show! Check out the new Outbreaker Backpack and get a special offer just for listening.

Travel Gift Ideas: Backpack - Tortuga OutBreaker Backpack($249)
Shorts - Kuhl Renegade Shorts ($70)

Pants - prAna Stretch Zion Pants ($85)

Book- Vagabonding by Rolf Potts ($11.60)   Accessories- Kindle Paperwhite ($119.99)

Book Recommendations:
I Am Pilgrim ($10.11)
Into Thin Air ($9.29)
The Sex Lives of Cannibals ($11.66)
River Town ($9.27)
TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking ($19.04)


Rock Star Status- How to Apply for Global Entry ($100)

Pants- Outlier Slim Dungarees ($198)

Gear- Parker Jotter Stainless Steel Ballpoint Pen ($8.49)

Gear- Moleskine Classic Notebook ($17.96)   Travel Towel - Pack Towel ($10-$40)

Leggings- Girlfriend Collective (First pair free)

Water Bottle  - Platypus SoftBottle Water Bottle ($8.95)

Resources: Tortuga Outbreaker Backpack The Suitcase Entrepreneur Extra Pack of Peanuts

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20 Travel Gift Ideas: Part One  

What was the best travel gift you have ever received?

How do you come up with travel gift ideas?

Well, be sure to tune into this two part series to get a list of 20 travel gift ideas!

Plus, you'll hear 3 travel gift tips around the spirit of travel and 3 more cost saving tips. This is gonna be fun and warm the hearts of all your travel friends.

Want to give a special shout out to Tortuga Backpacks for sponsoring today's show! Check out the new Outbreaker Backpack and get a special offer just for listening.

In Part One, my wife Anne Dorthe stops by to discuss actual travel experience gift ideas and 3 tips for knocking it out of the park if you want those gifts to mean something. Plus, Fred from Tortuga Backpacks returns to share his top 5 travel gift ideas for the digital nomad.

Travel Gift Ideas: Liner - Cocoon CoolMax Mummy ($45.95)

Socks - REI Lightweight Merino Wool Hiking Socks ($10.79)

Laptop - Apple MacBook Pro MF839LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB Hard Drive, OS X Yosemite) ($1,199.99)

Smartphone - iPhone 6se ($549.95)

Laptop Case - Thule Gauntlet 13 inch Macbook Sleeve ($49.95)

Case for Phone - OtterBox DEFENDER iPhone 6/6s Case ($25.37)

External Hard Drive - Seagate Expansion 1TB Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 ($54.99)

Laptop Stand - Roost Laptop Stand - Portable & Adjustable (For Apple MacBook and PC) ($74.95)

Adapter - Travel Smart by Conair All-In-One Adapter and Converter Combo ($21.80)

Travel App- TripIt Pro Travel App ($49/year)
  Music- Spotify Premium ($9.99/month)
  Headphones - Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones ($349)
Tripod - Gorilla Pod ($14.99)

Lightning Connector cable - Segawoot Apple MFi Certified Lightning Connector and Micro USB Nylon Braided Charging/SYNC Cable($13.99)

Backpack - Tortuga OutBreaker Backpack($249)
Resources: Tortuga Outbreaker Backpack Zero To Travel Podcast : Travel Tactics Part 1

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How To Get A Second Passport + Taxes and Banking For Nomads: An Interview With Andrew Henderson “The Nomad Capitalist”  

What is a Nomad Capitalist?

Well, who better to learn from than “The Nomad Capitalist” himself, Andrew Henderson.

Andrew has become an expert at operating businesses around the world, managing overseas bank accounts, real estate, and even securing 2nd passports and citizenship's for himself and his clients.

He helps you keep more of your money by finding the best countries in the world to LEGALLY move your businesses for tax reductions, immigration, and investments.

Special thanks to Tortuga Backpacks for sponsoring today's show! Want the perfect travel backpack or looking for a great gift for your travel friend?  Listeners of this show will get a special offer on the Tortuga Backpack!

Listen Now To Learn: Why geography is no longer a limiting factor How you can exponentially improve your living situation Can you legally live, bank and work in countries around the world The best countries to go to if you’re considering escaping yours Ways to become a citizen of the world Four ways to get a passport How to avoid paying heavy taxes in a country you no longer live Is it possible to travel the world with bank accounts all in different countries (think Jason Bourne) The best advice for average digital nomad Legal ways to put money offshore and avoid taxes (in an ethical way) And much more! Resources: Trekking Nepal: Your Adventure Guide- A Zero To Travel Podcast Series Up and Coming Destinations: The Republic of Georgia Tortuga Outbreaker Backpack Nomadic Capitalist

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Trekking Nepal Series: Audio Guidary Sneak Peek  

Have you ever thought about Trekking Nepal?

Today you'll get a little something different with an audio adventure unlike anything you've ever heard! Tune in now to get a sneak peek of Episode 1.

My wife Anne Dorthe and I are taking you to the beautiful country of Nepal through a unique 16-part travel podcast series – the world’s first “audio guidary” (part audio guide and part diary): Trekking Nepal: Your Adventure Guide | A Zero To Travel Podcast Series

What you'll get: We’ll be your travel companions as you soak up the entire Himalayan mountain trekking experience, going from the bustling capital city of Kathmandu to remote Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and beyond. Along the way, you’ll discover Nepalese Culture, learn about her history, and meet her famous friendly people. Enjoy the sounds of the villages, the music, the spinning prayer wheels, and the gentle wisdom of our Nepalese guide, Samir, as he shares insightful and practical information for trekking in the Himalayan Mountains.

Listen now to experience this one-of-a-kind audio adventure, and learn how to plan your own trek in Nepal. Don’t wait! Subscribe now to get access to the entire series.


Transition To Travel: Paula and Perry's Story  

What is the most unusual place you’ve slept while traveling?

And what is one style of accommodations that you'll have to add to your bucket list?

Tune in now to find out!

Plus, you'll learn what it's like to transition to a life on the road. Zero To Travel community members Paula and Perry recently quit their successful corporate jobs for long term travel with a longer term goal of creating a new location independent lifestyle!

You'll hear their journey before the journey, get valuable tips and advice, and maybe some of their stories will inspire you to make it happen for yourself.

Many thanks to Fred at Tortuga Backpacks for supporting today's show. Need a great gift for yourself or another travel lover? Listeners of this show will get a special offer on the Tortuga Outbreaker backpack!

Listen Now To Learn: How to create a "lifestyle overhaul" How learning to live with less can transform your life Why transitioning to long term travel can be a challenge What you have to sacrifice for long term travel How long you many need to learn how to live life on the road How to plan for long term travel What things can set you up for success on the road Practical ways to downsize (detachment is key) Why you may need less money than you first thought How to build your relationship (while preparing and traveling) What to pack for a long term trip And much more! Resources: Tortuga Outbreaker backpack Fire Lookout Station Rentals Forest Fire Lookout Association Paula Labine Extra Pack of Peanuts How to Travel the World on $50 a Day International House Sitting: How To Travel the World and Stay Anywhere, For Free Perry J Argiropoulos

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How To Get The Lowest Airfare + The Definitive Guide To Airline Carry On Baggage Rules  

Do you get confused by the ever-shifting carry on baggage rules?

Do you love flying? Do you hate flying? You are going to have to do it when you travel, so it doesn’t really matter.....

Do you know how to get the lowest airfare for your next trip?

Tune in today to get the definitive guide to know exactly what you can carry on these days.  Plus, you'll get 5 tips to help you get the lowest airfare for your next trip.

Carry on baggage rules can be very specific, so who better to learn from than the co-founder of Tortuga Backpacks Fred Perrotta. Welcome back to the show Fred!

And as a special deal, Tortuga Backpacks is giving a 10% discount to all Zero To Travel listeners. Need an awesome new pack for your next trip, or thinking of a great gift for your travel friend?  Just enter the discount code 'travel' at check out.

Listen Now To Learn: How to save money by not checking a bag How to increase your chances of finding the lowest fare The best ways to travel carry on only How to maximize the carry on option What exactly is the mysterious personal item A good rule of thumb for carry on baggage rules Which airlines are more strict when it comes to carry on What type of carry on offers more flexibility (and less chance of checking it!) How to follow the 3-1-1 rule How to use teamwork to distribute weight And much more! Resources: Tortuga Backpacks BootsnAll Consumer Reports- How To Get The Lowest Airfares Ryanair IATA Packsmith- Packing Tips from Tortuga Backpacks- Blog

Don't forget to enter discount code 'travel' at Tortuga Backpacks for 10% off!

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Photo courtesy of Tortuga Backpacks

Up and Coming Destinations: Myanmar with Dustin Main  

Today you'll get a glimpse inside Myanmar with Dustin Main.

Dustin is a talented photographer, location independent entrepreneur, and helps travelers with technology through his website Too Many Adapters. Plus he has become a go to expert on travel in Myanmar and today he shares why Myanmar should be on your travel radar.

Dustin Main has traveled to Myanmar more than a dozen times, spending more than a year in the country and has documented the changing stories of the Myanmar people through This Myanmar Life.

Listen Now To Learn: What is the draw to Myanmar What creates a sense of urgency to visit Myanmar Ways to have beautiful experiences with locals A simple tip to be a rockstar in Myanmar Where the magic really happens in Myanmar (and how to let it come to you) How to use reverse engineering to travel hack Myanmar Why to follow the lunar calendar when traveling to Myanmar Where to find one of the most favorite places to photograph (in the world!) The best things and places to eat in Myanmar And Much more! Resources: Republic of Georgia Top 5 World’s Cheapest Destinations Travel in the Middle East The Ultimate Guide To Budget Travel In Japan Trekking in Patagonia The Skinny On Travel Tech Location Indie Too Many Adapters This Myanmar Life Dustin Main Un-Tours to Myanmar Yangon Mohinga Shwedagon Pagoda Inle Lake Mandalay U Bein Bridge Hpa-An Mawlamyine Sittwe Bagan Lahpet

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Photos courtesy of Dustin Main

Alternative Education and Travel With Blake Boles  

Why is it so important to consider alternatives in travel and life?

Today my friend Blake Boles stops by share his insights into alternative education and adventures. Blake has a mission to help people discover self-directed learning and helps them blaze their own trails through life, including the option to build a life around travel if you so desire.

One of the ways he accomplishes this is as the director of Unschool Adventures- Trips and Programs for Self-Directed Young Adults.

Listen today to gain a better understanding not only about organized self-directed learning, but also what approaches you can take in your travels so you can learn more than you ever thought was possible (about yourself and the world!).

You'll hear all about: Reshaping the world of education Alternative education Travel as a tool for self-growth The transient lifestyle (being nomadic) Using thought experiments to redesign your life around travel Taking the traditional path to get to the non-traditional path The argument around why not to go to college (and what you could do instead with that money) And so much more! Resources: The Art of Self-Directed Learning Better Than College College Without High School How to Live Nowhere Jonathan Haidt: The moral roots of liberals and conservatives Deer Crossing Summer Camp Jim Wiltens Not Back to School Camp Unschool Adventures Off Trail Learning Sudbury school 5 Ways Total Strangers Can Make Your Trip Better John Taylor Gatto Couchsurfing Blake Boles

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Up and Coming Destinations: The Republic of Georgia  

Why should you go to The Republic of Georgia?

What makes Georgia a worthwhile destination to consider?

Well you're in for a real treat today as my great friend and business partner, Travis Sherry (from Extra Pack of Peanuts) stops by to share his stories of a recent visit to The Republic of Georgia. Find out why it is a magical place!

Tune in Now To Learn: How to become a novelty when you travel How the Republic of Georgia lives up to tales of amazing hospitality One of the top reasons you should travel Why drinking homemade wine is awesome (and why it happens often in Georgia) The best thing to do in Georgia How to get around Georgia Where you can get the most fresh and amazing food in the world Why Georgia is one of the safest countries The best places to stay in the Republic of Georgia How to easily stay connected in Georgia (if you really need it) And much more! Resources: Location Indie Extra Pack of Peanuts Podcast Location Indie Podcast Tbilisi Kakheti Tusheti Kazbegi Gergeti Monastery Mount Kazbegi Svaneti Vardzia Rooms Kazbegi Khachipuri Khinkali Badridzhani Abajuri Sofia Melnikova’s Fantastiuri Durani Khareba John Kapanadze- Toba Travel Destination Diary- Georgia (The Country)- EPOP The Reason We Travel- EPOP

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A Solo Travel Lovefest  

What do you think about Solo Travel?
Why should you do it?
Why should you consider it?

I'll give you 3 reasons why I absolutely adore it!

Today you'll hear all about solo travel from my friend Henry. We met at a hostel in Istanbul, Turkey and decided to share our solo travel stories with you!

Plus, when arriving in a country for the first time, how do you get from the airport to your accommodations? Tune in to hear how to do it affordably, without hassle, and without a smart phone!

Hanging with local Kurds with the best damn mustaches I've ever seen Listen Now to Learn: One thing that can make you fall in love with travel How to feed your travel soul Why you are never alone when you solo travel One of the best ways to travel How to realize that something is actually possible How to gain confidence and trust in yourself One of the best parts of traveling Ways to save the most money while solo traveling The magic of solo travel And much more! Mural of Turkey

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"In solitude the mind gains strength and learns to lean upon itself."
-Laurence Sterne

The Magic Of Relocating With Matt Giovanisci  

What is something you can do to open up more travel and more adventure in your life?

You'll hear all about this today as well as the 3 biggest tips to succeed at creating a location independent business.

And who better to learn from than my friend Matt Giovanisci! He is a relentlessly creative Location Independent Entrepreneur, runs many online businesses, and he'll show you real-time experiments in making money online. Head over to Money Lab to check out his experiments and learn how you can start or grow your own LI business. It's a no hype, totally transparent, one of a kind experience that you are going to love!

Tune in to Learn: The definition of a true friend How to go after your Vision Quest How to take your first step to relocate A great way to learn about a new place The difference between livers (not your organ) and growers One way to help you change as a person Why listening to Gloria Estefan will help you How many years it will take for your online business to be successful The reason most businesses fail Why getting too much education can hurt you How to create a new source of energy to keep your business going And much more! Resources: Location Indie Money Lab Location Indie Podcast Airbnb Swim University Lynda How to Start a Travel Blog: An Honest Guide

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Photo courtesy of @MattGiovanisci

Extending Your Travels + The Location Indie Scene  

"Resourcefulness is the ultimate resource"
-Tony Robbins

What is the ultimate resource for extending your travels?

Today you'll hear all about about: Utilizing your resources Long term travel The Best places in the World to work The Location Independence scene And much more!

And you get the privilege to learn from Stu Jones- a bloke from down under who has been traveling and living the location independent lifestyle for the last 18 years! He is the founder of Coworkation- running co-working trips to inspiring places around the world for current and budding location independent entrepreneurs.

Listen Now to Learn: One of the most beautiful things about travel How to make Location Independence sustainable How to set up your Location Independent Lifestyle What gives you an excuse to travel to a place you love Why it's way less risky to bet on yourself How to supercharge your business and work to the next level The main benefits of the Location Independent Lifestyle How to find out if the digital nomad lifestyle is for you Resources: Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Coworkation HUBUD KOHUB

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Transition To Travel: Melinda's Story  

What is the hardest part of long term travel?

You'll hear my thoughts on this and you'll hear what it's like to transition from a steady job to a life of travel.

Melinda DiOrio stops by to give us her insights on how she left her Corporate job to travel, learn yoga, and see the world. She is a travel photographer and certified yoga teacher committed to a life of exploration!

Check out her travel photography and yoga journey at Melinda DiOrio.

Listen Now To Learn: How to go on a liberating journey Ways to re-frame your lifestyle How long it can really take to make the leap to travel One thing that can help force change Tips to get comfortable on facing the unknown A strategy to overcome your fears How to take advantage of abundance How to design your own situation (your life!) What truly makes you better at any craft How to overcome challenges of a new phase of life And much more! Resources: Melinda DiOrio The Biology of Belief Location Indie Location Indie Podcast

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Photos courtesy of Melinda DiOrio

The Best Job on The Planet With The Beaver  

How do you fulfill your personal legend (your dreams) doing the things you were meant to do?

What do you do if you don’t know what you’re meant to do?

Tune in today to hear insights on these questions plus you'll hear from a man who seems to be living his own legend to the fullest- Stephen "Beaver" Harris. The Beaver has traveled to 90 countries over the last 10+ years! And last year he had the Best Job on The Planet- being sent to 51 European cities to stay in hostels, party, and write about it.

Plus, the Beaver will give you a feel for what it is like to travel solo through the heart of Africa for 6 months!

Check out his stories of adventure and misadventure over at Big Beaver Diaries!

Listen Now to Learn: What can be the hardest choice you have in life How to get exposed to things you've never imagined How to live through 'groundhog' day partying at hostels How to make the best of the worst possible situation Ways to have a truly authentic experience in Europe (or wherever you travel) How to get a true cultural exchange in Africa What hospitality is really like in Africa How much money you need for 6 months in Africa The craziest and strangest thing you can do in Columbia And Much more! Resources: Operation Moto Dog- Mallory Paige Solo Road Tripping On Being with Krista Tippett The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Mongol Rally- The Adventurists Europe Famous Hostels: Best hostels in Europe Wawel Dragon Tinku Fighting Festival in Macha

Don't forget to head over to the archives for all past Zero to Travel episodes!

Photo courtesy of @BigBeaverDiaries



Solo Road Tripping  

What do you think about solo road tripping?

Yes, you'll hear about road trippin' again, but it's that time of year! So get ready and strap in....

My guest today is going to give you the goods on solo road tripping. She just finished a 2+ month long solo road trip across the USA and back to California! Congratulations Katie Doherty.

Today you'll hear all about: Road tripping by yourself How to use new media and dating apps to help fund your travels Photography Unexpectedly great things to see in the USA How to earn money while traveling And just a hodgepodge of various topics around road trips

Find out about Katie's work and check out her photography at LA ROUSSE PHOTO.

Listen Now To Learn: How to make a solo road trip happen Ways to live on your own schedule and your own terms A great way to connect with locals How to easily record money spent on gas, hours driven, and miles driven How to make money while you sleep Tools used to run a successful eCommerce business Why solo road tripping is safe And tons more! Resources: How To Become A Car Camping Superstar 32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part One 32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part Two Top 32 USA Cities For Travelers Location Indie Podcast Location Indie LA ROUSSE PHOTO What's Your Secret? Conversations with Real Photographers, Designers, & Entrepreneurs Tinder Spotify Vagabonding Road Trippers The Money Pillow Podcast LA ROUSSE SHOPPE Ali Baba Shopify @laroussephoto

Be sure to head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

Photos courtesy of LA ROUSSE PHOTO

The World Walk with Tom Turcich  

Is travel something worth fighting for?

Maybe you should ask Tom Turcich! He spent many years saving, planning, and preparing; always keeping his
dream alive.

Tom Turcich has been walking from NJ to Ecuador the past 15 months and over the next 4 years plans on walking on every continent. You can follow his adventure at The World Walk.

Tune in today to hear his story and learn why he’s doing it, how he affords it, and what it’s like to slow travel by foot, plus so much more!

And You'll Learn: Why travel is truly important Why you need to seize the day How to forget the rules How to simplify long term travel How to deal with gradual shifts of climate and culture Ways to deal with strangers and strange encounters How much it costs to per day to walk around the world The best source of motivation Resources: The World Walk Karl Bushby L&M Bakery The Factory- Tom Marchetty Philadelphia Sign Company The Only Woman To Walk Around The World: Inspiring Female Adventurers Series with Polly Letofsky Walking Across America with Nate Damm

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Photo's courtesy of Tom Turcich:
World Walk Photos

32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part Two  

Ready for some more road trippin'?

Buckle up for Part Two of 32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule!

What are your reasons why road trips rule?

Let's hit the open road and have some fun!

My biz partner, good buddy, and host of Extra Pack of Peanuts, Travis Sherry stops by again to discuss our top 8 reasons why road trips rule.

Can you guess the number one reason?

Tune in now to learn the reasons road trips rule: Where you get to sleep Getting happy Goofiness with other road trippers New potentials Connecting with others What sparks imagination and wanderlust Getting into a Zen-like state How to feel alive Fun and games Flexibility for authenticity And many more reasons! Resources: 32 Reasons Road Trips Rule- Part One Extra Pack of Peanuts Location Indie

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32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part One  

Is there anything better than a good old fashioned road trip?

We don't think so.

Hitting the open road with nowhere to go, nowhere to be, totally free.

Maybe you have some reasons why road trips rule!

In this episode my biz partner, good buddy, and host of Extra Pack of Peanuts, Travis Sherry stops by to riff on the 32 reasons why road trips rule! Today we break down each of our rankings 16 to 9. Be sure to tune in next week as we break down our rankings 8 to 1!

What you'll learn about why road trips rule: The build up before a road trip happens The road side accommodations Having no real agenda Continuing family traditions Pulling out the cooler at a random picnic table Finding your own bathroom wherever you are Trivia! Breweries Blaring music with the windows down And many more reasons! Resources: Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Extra Pack of Peanuts

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