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Welcome to JUMP Podcast, your invitation to adventure. Through a mix of guest stories, solo episodes, and often raw and personal accounts, host Jackie Nourse (Traveling Jackie) explores travel, adventure, and lifestyle in ways meant to motivate YOU to move and get out and see the world. Let this show be a source of travel advice and inspiration, and remember that in the end, it’s YOU who takes the leap.
 
Matt Bowles interviews today’s most interesting location-independent entrepreneurs and world travelers to pull out actionable tips and advice that you can apply in your own life each week. Hear personal stories about their most epic travel adventures as well as their most valuable tactics, strategies and lessons learned on their journey to financial success, location independence and lifestyle freedom. Meet long-term digital nomads who globe-trot on their own terms, and learn about the resou ...
 
The World Wide Honeymoon Travel Podcast is hosted by Kat and Chris Butler, two newlyweds navigating the world of couples travel. Join Kat and Chris as they take you on a journey across the globe and fill you with inspiration, wanderlust, and amazing practical tips for your next romantic getaway! World Wide Honeymoon is all about staying adventurous while traveling the world with your love. Kat and Chris chat all things regarding couples travel including destination guides, travel tips, trave ...
 
Are you Celiac? Are you new to gluten-free or have been gluten-free for years? Still not sure what to do or where to eat out when you are outside the comfort zone of your hometown? Then you are in the right place! Learn how to find safe, delicous food when you travel, how to pack your bags, where to find safe food for Celiacs, and the best gluten-free friendly foods and vacation spots in the world. Travel Gluten Free is the podcast you want on your podcast player if you love to travel and le ...
 
After being confronted with grim statistics and sad stories online when researching his pancreatic cancer diagnose, Martin, a 32 year old Swiss guy, decides to look for more relatable stories. So he travels once around the world together with his wife Katarina to interview cancer survivors to hear more about how cancer can be a catalyst. In this narrative 8 part series you'll join the couple on their journey and hear from the people they met.
 
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Living Unconventionally

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Living Unconventionally

Chris Pyak with top travel bloggers, digital nomads, world travelers, expat

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Chris Pyak interviews courageous people that have been able to ditch their traditional lives and desk jobs to chase their passions all over the world. The topics covered include travel stories, the best ways to find travel deals, how living in an unconventional way has improved their lives, how they fund their travels, how to make money on the road, and advice for those wanting to ditch their desk as well. 956258
 
Heath Armstrong makes podcasts to help inspire your best creativity, energy, and intergalactic orgasms so that you can never stop peaking. We will dance with the muses of optimal health, habitual patterns, psychedelics, sacred plant medicines, authentic relatability, flow consciousness, world travel, energetic synchronicities, and scandalous true stories! If you want to laugh loudly and think deeply at the same time, press play.
 
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Y Travel Podcast

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Y Travel Podcast

Caroline and Craig Makepeace

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Y Travel Podcast, is hosted by Caz and Craig Makepeace from the award winning Y Travel Blog. We explore the why's of travel - why you should, how you can, and what to do. We never escaped the cubicle or the rat race because we never joined it in the FIRST PLACE. Travel has always been the priority of our lives and we'll share our tips, stories and advice from 22 years of travel, no matter how our lifestyle has evolved. Solo travel, couples travel, expat travel, family travel, RV travel and d ...
 
Amazing tales from afar and the all-important life lessons that go along with them. Join Josh Guerrero; Archaeologist, Adventurer, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, and Former US Marine as he talks with travelers of all kinds. From warriors, entrepreneurs, digital nomads, best-selling authors, and much more. If they have an amazing travel story to tell and life lessons to share, we're bringing them on this podcast and having powerful conversations to help you level up in your life. Learn more ...
 
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A little different, this one - just like my guest (and friend) Carmel Ruggeri, an Australian-Sicilian and former restaurateur turned tour guide. If you listened to the previous ExtraVirgin Food and Travel episode with Rubia Daniels, who bought 3 houses in Mussomeli in Sicily, your interest in the region may well have been piqued. This episode will …
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 166 Top Ten Gluten Free Cities in America It’s so much easier to travel around when you know you can find great, gluten-free food that is safe to eat along your journey. Tune in to discover my favorite top ten gluten-free friendly cities to travel to in America. Isn’t it frustrating when you travel for vacation on…
 
We're wrapping up our 2021 travel year in review series on the podcast with the best food and drinks while traveling! From sipping wine in Burgundy to savoring the best beans and rice of our lives, here is what we loved to eat and drink in 2021! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/best-food-and-drinks-while-traveling/…
 
Kaela Atleework takes us on her journey growing up in California, becoming an international model for Chanel, and then leaving it all to pursue the nomad life. After 10 years of traveling, she shares her critical reflections on “voluntourism”. Kaela then takes us through some considerations for being more socially conscious travelers, including the…
 
In this episode of ExtraVirgin Postcards, we visit Nice, on France's beautiful Côte d'Azur. Our guest, Madelyne Prowse takes us on a colourful and delicious tour of her adopted home town; from the seaside promenade to hiking trails in the hills; secret beaches to the best beach bars. She shares with us her favourite places to eat, drink and how to …
 
Next up on our travel review series for 2021: top travel experiences and embarrassing moments. Yes, this is the time of year where we talk about our top travel memories for the year but also laugh at ourselves as we share our embarrassing moments too. From admiration of the rainforest to freakouts over bugs, shownotes can be found at: https://world…
 
Aline Sara takes us on her journey growing up in a Lebanese immigrant family in New York and reflects on how her family’s experience in Beirut during the civil war shaped her passion for international human rights and conflict resolution. She shares her extensive world travel experiences through Lebanon, Syria and Turkey, as well as Sub-Saharan Afr…
 
Join us for a round-table conversation about what it was like to say yes to a JUMP Adventure in Croatia with host Traveling Jackie. Hear it from the travelers themselves as we chat e-bikes, group dynamics, the structure of and fears around "group trips," favorite memories, best takeaways, and whether or not they would do it all again. Check out JUM…
 
It’s time for our annual travel review! Thankfully, as we’ve traveled a lot more in 2021 than last year, we have 3 episodes worth of things to talk about! To start out, we’re talking about our travel stats for the year plus shoutouts including best hotel and trip! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/2021-travel-year-in-review-travel-stats/…
 
Sergio Sala shares his journey growing up in Mexico, studying abroad in Italy, backpacking around Europe, and eventually becoming a full-time digital nomad and YouTube video creator. He shares the top digital nomad destinations for living and working in Mexico, including what he loves about Mexico City and how to get to the hidden beach near Sayuli…
 
You've probably seen something about it on the news - Italian towns offering 1 Euro houses for sale. If you were an Italophile, it may have given you pause - the optimist in you imaging a life of long lunches beneath a trellis of vines, before you dimissed the offer as too good to be true. In this episode of ExtraVirgin Food & Travel, we talk with …
 
Do you ever need a vacation from your vacation? Travel is absolutely eye-opening and awe-inspiring, but it can be exhausting and stressful at times too. So that’s why we’ve come up with 10 awesome tips to help make your life easier pre, post, and during your travels! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/top-10-tips-to-make-life-easier-before…
 
Juliana Rabbi takes us on her journey growing up in Brazil, moving to Spain as an ex-pat, transitioning to remote work, and then becoming a digital nomad who travels the world full time with no base. She reflects on her experiences living in Madrid, Barcelona and Kilkenny, Ireland, as well as the impact of joining theater and improv groups in Spain…
 
Our ExtraVirgin postcard this episode wings its way to you from beautiful Byron Bay on Australia's east coast - home to Hemsworths, hippies, and our guest, Georgia Bateman. A Londoner by birth, Georgia, who had been based in Sydney, came for a weekend, fell in love and never left. In this postcard, she explains the magnetic pull of Byron - from its…
 
Jimmy Naraine shares his process for setting and achieving high level goals. He then talks about his day structure and productivity optimization techniques while traveling the world full time. Jimmy also reflects on his 8 Years as a digital nomad, his experience during the pandemic lockdown, and what travel means to him. He then talks about his dec…
 
From being a dishwasher to a two-time study abroad alumna to English professor and Master's student in Spain, long-time JUMP Podcast listener-turned traveler extraordinaire Dani Twichel shares her journey of (and best tips for) finding learning and teaching programs abroad and where it’s taking her. Sponsored by About the Journey Sponsored by Turtl…
 
Jimmy Naraine takes us on his journey growing up in Poland to mixed parents, getting into graffiti and skateboarding as a form of rebellion, and eventually embracing hip hop and beatboxing. Jimmy beatboxes live on The Maverick Show and then explains how he still uses it in his personal and professional life today, as well as in his travels—both to …
 
Y’all we LOVE the Christmas markets in Europe. We talk about them a lot on this podcast because nothing has ever compared to the magic you feel while wandering around the elaborately decorated stands with the scent of mulled wine in the air and twinkle lights overhead. In this podcast episode, we’re giving you all the details on our Christmas marke…
 
Imagine if the view from your workplace was of palm trees and the Coral Sea? That's the good fortune of Nick Holloway, chef-ower of Nu Nu Restaurant in tropical north Queensland. Nick left big-city Melbourne searching for authenticity and found it in spades in this lush, laidback village of Palm Cove, north of Cairns. In this episode of ExtraVirgin…
 
Let’s talk about travel New Year’s resolutions. We make New Year’s resolutions for things like finances, health, relationships, and work, but what about travel? In this podcast episode, we’re talking about our travel New Year’s resolutions and things we’re hoping to improve upon in the new year. Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/travel-ne…
 
Sally Elbassir takes us on her journey being born in Ireland to Egyptian and Sudanese parents, and growing up mostly in Los Angeles. She shares the experience of her Muslim immigrant family in the aftermath of the 9-11 attacks in the U.S., and reflects on her identity as a “third culture kid”. Sally shares her experiences going back to her homeland…
 
It's best known as the home of iconic wineries such as Penfolds and Seppelt, but there's so much more to South Australia's capital, Adelaide than its wineries (or its churches!) Our local, for this episode of ExtraVirgin Food & Travel's "Postcard" is food and travel writer Amanda McInerney, who shares with us her favourite festivals, walks, restaur…
 
Dr. Vincie Ho takes us on her journey growing up in Hong Kong, studying abroad in France, traveling through Europe, and having her social and political consciousness raised. She explains the dynamics of the uprising in Hong Kong and then talks about her experiences doing refugee advocacy work in Senegal and learning the importance of solidarity and…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 164 Backpacking Around the World with Katie Barbaro of Casual Ecstasy Podcast Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I have Katie Barbaro from the Casual Ecstacy Podcast. Katie is an occupational therapist, comedian, and up-and-coming author. She believes that life should be lived like an improv show, a…
 
Annecy is my favorite city in France. With charming flower-lined canals, a massive alpine lake with craggy mountains on the other side, and the most beautiful Medieval old city, a visit to Annecy will inspire and wow you. So in this podcast episode, we’re talking all about the top things to do in Annecy, where to stay, when to go, and more! Shownot…
 
Jackie is back from 6 weeks in Europe and shares today about her travel experiences, highlighting spending a week exploring and hiking on Italy's Amalfi Coast. Sponsored by Turtle Fur (listen to get our exclusive 20% discount!) Sponsored by About the Journey Check out the NEW TravelingJackie.com website and the blog post I mentioned Check out JUMPA…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 163 Portable Gluten-Free Food Ideas for the Gluten Free Traveler Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I’m sharing some easy, portable gluten-free food ideas to bring with you on your next adventure. By the time this airs, I will have just gotten back from a cruise, and I’m excited to share my experien…
 
We’re getting festive in this podcast episode as we talk all about the best Christmas markets in Europe, what to eat and drink, 2021 Christmas market dates, and more! Whether you want to explore the oldest markets in Europe or see a city full of markets in every square, fall in love with the best holiday markets in Europe! Shownotes at https://worl…
 
Kareemah Ashiru talks about growing up in Lagos, Nigeria, and then moving to the U.S. and attending high school in Toledo, Ohio as one of the only Muslims in her school. She explains how her love of travel developed growing up, and how she navigated her strict parents who had traditional cultural expectations in order to pursue her dreams of living…
 
If you listened to episode 64 of ExtraVirgin Food & Travel Podcast, "Love in the Time of Covid," you'll be familiar with Monique Ceccato's story. Not long after that episode went live, Monique and her love, Espen were parted again, separated by the Covid regulations of their respective countries. She, on a plane back to Australia, while he remained…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 162 Even More Amazing Gluten-Free Holiday Recipes Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. I’m excited to bring another holiday recipe episode to you today. I’ve always loved baking, and after going gluten-free, I had to learn not only how to bake gluten-free, but how to bake gluten-free at a high altitude. Cook…
 
With over 700 miles of hiking trails in Glacier National Park, there are plenty of opportunities for a day hike. But what about the non-hikers? Whether you want to take a break from hiking or the idea of a 12+ mile day hike isn’t appealing to you, this is the ultimate non-hikers guide to Glacier National Park! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoo…
 
Joshua Stephens discusses his writing techniques and shares his rationale for interweaving politics into longform prose pieces that he publishes in some of the world’s top journals on seemingly apolitical topics, like coffee or football. He reflects on his life as a nomadic writer, and discusses how the theme of “dislocation” has shaped his perspec…
 
On this episode of ExtraVirgin Food and Travel, our postcard comes from sunny Brisbane. Australia's third largest city has been the home of freelance writer Jennifer Johnston for most of her life. Jen shares with us her favourite walks and cycling routes, its galleries, book stores, the best places to enjoy a cocktail or beer with city views and mu…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 161 Living Gluten Free in Toronto with Ashley from Celiac and the Six Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I have Ashley from ‘Celiac and the Six.' Ashley loves to bake, travel, and explore a gluten-free world for her and her daughter. She also hosts a Facebook group for young moms also living gluten-…
 
November is the best travel month! Don’t believe us? Well, we’ve made a whole podcast episode to convince you why you should travel during November. We have gone on so many trips in November around the world, and it’s honestly the best month! Find out 7 reasons why you need to book your trip in November in this episode. Shownotes at https://worldwi…
 
Joshua Stephens shares his experience in the “Occupy Wall Street” movement in New York City, and explains how he then transitioned into the nomad lifestyle which he has maintained for nearly a decade. He shares his experience traveling to Egypt during the Arab Spring to interview local activists, and also reflects on his experiences with Israeli “P…
 
Have you every dreamed about owning a gorgeous country cottage, historic chateau or sophisticated city pad in France? Suzanna Clarke, a New Zealander formerly based in Australia, has made her home in Fez in Morocco, splitting her time between there and France since 2007 when she bought her first apartment in Bordeaux. Having just added to her prope…
 
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Episode 160 How to Find Safe, Gluten-Free Restaurants for Your Kids with Jenn Bigler Welcome to the Travel Gluten Free Podcast. Today, I’m with Jenn Bigler from Living Freely Gluten Free. She has a platform dedicated to gluten-free and dairy-free life, and is the author of two GF cookbooks. With multiple food allergies in…
 
Today Sherry Ott is JUMP's first ever guest host! We talk to Vicki Hill, a seasoned car camper, for ideas on how to get started with this popular new way to travel as well as how to do it solo and get past your fears of camping alone. Sponsored by About the Journey Sponsored by Turtle Fur (listen to get our exclusive 20% discount! Check out JUMPAdv…
 
Planning to do some hiking in Glacier National Park? With 700+ miles of trails, it can be intimidating to figure out which hikes to choose for your trip. After spending a week hiking around Glacier, we have the best hiking trails to go on, our personal favorite, and which one you could skip depending on time. From incredible wildlife to crazy mount…
 
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