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Mike and Justin cover coronavirus flying + self-quarantining, starting a relationship during quarantine, and settling from busy-ness and worry into stillness, reflection, and embracing the mystery.Recorded 26 May 2020 from Oakland, California and New York City, New YorkFor links, pics, and more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast…
 
Mike and Justin pick it back up after nearly 4 years to talk about surviving coronavirus, cross-country travel in time of covid, and how life has changed.Recorded 1 May 2020 from Baltimore, Maryland and New York City, New YorkFor links, pics, and more content related to this episode, check out: http://wtepodcast.com/2020/05/21/coronavirus-travel-su…
 
Introducing our first guest host Amy Hecht! We talk about systemic issues facing Baltimore communities and preview some chats she recorded on a recent trip to Germany.Recorded 18 June 2016 from Garrison, New York; Baltimore, Maryland; and New York City, New Yorkwtepodcast.com/2016/07/21/food-deserts-baltimore-squirrels-germany…
 
We're back from our hiatus and it feels like the first time! Mike and Justin share what they've been up to over the past few months, touching on psychedelic activism, career soulsearching, and embracing individuality in society.Recorded 15 May 2016 from Baltimore, Maryland and New York City, New Yorkwtepodcast.com/2016/05/18/psychedelics-add-societ…
 
Tom Allen is a traveler, filmmaker, and writer. His films document adventures including a 3.5 year bike trip and love story, a horseback trip along the Rio Santa Cruz in Patagonia, and a human-powered trip along Iran's longest river, the Karun.Recorded 20 May 2015 from London, England and Baltimore, MD, USAFor more content related to this episode, …
 
Jared Brock recently completed a 37,000 mile pilgrimage around the world, including a trip to North Korea and meeting the Pope. Jared shares stories from the journey as well as his moment of inspiration in the Red Light District of Amsterdam. His new book, A Year of Living Prayerfully, documents the trip.Recorded 18 May 2015 from Hamilton, Ontario,…
 
Kate Glantz is the founder of Heartful.ly, a wedding registry platform for couples that want to support specific infrastructure and development projects around the world. Kate shares about her project and her inspiration from years living in Africa, including volunteering for the Peace Corps in Tanzania.Recorded 26 April 2015 from Washington, DC, U…
 
Cindy Huang has lived in three different countries: China, the US, and South Africa. Cindy shares her experiences and perspectives, and we draw parallels between global social issues and the current Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore.Recorded 3 May 2015 from Baltimore, MD, USAwtepodcast.com/2015/05/04/southafrica-china-baltimore…
 
Lauren Miner is currently compiling Juniper Tree, an anthology of stories by women who have lived all over the world. We chat about the project, Lauren's adventures in South America, growth on the road, meeting people abroad, and the journey of returning home!Recorded 12 March 2015 from Baltimore, MD, USAwtepodcast.com/2015/04/01/junipertree…
 
Shanna Crumley is currently in her second year of Peace Corps in Colombia. Shanna shares her experience so far, and we delve into various cultural differences between Colombia and the US.Recorded 27 February 2015 from Barranquilla, Colombia and Baltimore, MD, USAwtepodcast.com/2015/03/25/colombiapeacecorps…
 
Supriya Williamson just returned to the US after serving 3 years in the Peace Corps in Botswana. Supriya's efforts focused HIV/AIDS prevention and teaching life skills. Supriya shares multiple facets of her service experience, as well as how it helped her in her own self-discovery journey!Recorded 19 February 2015 from Ewing, NJ, USA and Baltimore,…
 
Mariana Rego of The Living Experiment Blog returns to the show! Now that Mariana has been back in the US for several months, she shares her post-backpacking experience adjusting back to life in the States and pursuing various entrepreneurial and passion projects.Recorded 7 February 2015 from Miami, Florida, USAFor more content related to this episo…
 
Kevin Koskella is the host of Freedom Lovin' Podcast. In part 2 of our crossover episode, we chat about challenges on the road, dating, and debt slavery.Recorded 29 January 2015 from San Diego, California, USA; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2015/03/04/fr…
 
Kevin Koskella is the host of Freedom Lovin' Podcast. In this crossover episode, we chat about everything from having a home base to building a free life to relationships on the road.Recorded 29 January 2015 from San Diego, California, USA; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out…
 
Justin Cooke is the co-host of Empire Podcast and the co-founder of Empire Flippers, an online marketplace for buying and selling websites. In part 2, we chat about the process of starting a business and how to get free flights around the world.Recorded 20 January 2015 from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam; Owings Mills, Maryland, USA; and New Yo…
 
Justin Cooke is the co-host of Empire Podcast and the co-founder of Empire Flippers, an online marketplace for buying and selling websites. Justin shares his journey building a successful online business and a location-independent lifestyle!Recorded 20 January 2015 from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam; Owings Mills, Maryland, USA; and New York C…
 
Inspired by The Motorcycle Diaries, Leon Logothetis quit his job as a stockbroker and traveled around the entire world in a yellow motorbike, relying solely on the kindness of others. His new book, The Kindness Diaries, documents the journey.Recorded 28 December 2014 from New York City, New York, USA and Owings Mills, MD, USAFor more content relate…
 
Your hosts are reunited! Mike has returned to the US after 15 months of backpacking. In part 2, we cover more things that have changed, glimpse into the future, and talk about grabbing life by the balls.Recorded 30 November 2014 from Owings Mills, MD, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2015/01/13/reunion-2…
 
Your hosts are reunited! Mike has returned to the US after 15 months of backpacking. We talk about our weekend in New York, reverse culture shock, personal growth from the road, and strengthening relationships with the people at home.Recorded 30 November 2014 from Owings Mills, MD, USAwtepodcast.com/2015/01/06/reunion-1…
 
Arpit Bansal is an Indian backpacker who has just returned from Africa. In part 2 of our chat, Arpit shares some of the challenges he faced as an Indian backpacker vs. the typical experiences of Western backpackers.Recorded 9 November 2014 from Gwalior, India; Chiang Mai, Thailand; and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this ep…
 
Arpit Bansal is an Indian backpacker who has just returned from Africa. Arpit shares stories like experiencing a camel derby and hitchiking deep into the desert to the oasis of Turkana.Recorded 9 November 2014 from Gwalior, India; Chiang Mai, Thailand; and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.c…
 
Jessie Festa of http://epicureandculture.com and http://jessieonajourney.com shares her experiences setting up location-independent online income, renting on Airbnb, and surviving close encounters like death threats and getting hit by a car.Recorded 28 October 2014 from New York City, New York, USA and Chiang Mai, ThailandFor more content related t…
 
Dave Dean and Lauren Juliff are digital nomads and travel bloggers who have been traveling as a couple for 3 years. Our chat covers relationships, making money online, and travel without an itinerary.Recorded 24 October 2014 from Chiang Mai, ThailandFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/12/01/digitalnomadcouple…
 
Zachary Stockill is a self-published author and digital nomad who has been traveling since 2008. We chat about India, Zachary's study abroad there, and the spiritual path.Recorded 23 October 2014 from Chiang Mai, ThailandFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/11/24/india-and-spiritual-growth…
 
Pete Hillman is a web creative who has been on the road for 31 years! In part 2 of our chat, we discuss a range of topics including debt slavery, gross national happiness, and travel abroad as a journey inwards.Recorded 22 October 2014 from Chiang Mai, ThailandFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/11/17/hillman-2…
 
Damien Walter is a digital nomad who writes about digital nomads. We talk about this modern counter-culture, its mecca of Chiang Mai, and how the lifestyle relates to Buddhism.Recorded 14 October 2014 from Chiang Mai, ThailandFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/11/03/digitalnomads…
 
Alex Jimenez is the editor and founder of http://travelfashiongirl.com. We chat with Alex about packing smart, travel lifestyle, dating on the road, and music festivals like Coachella and Glastonbury.Recorded 12 October 2014 from Stamford, England; Chiang Mai, Thailand; and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check…
 
Diana Edelman is a freelance writer, travel blogger, and volunteer with the Save Elephant Foundation. Our chat covers the full range from animal rescues to prostitutes!Recorded 5 October 2014 from Chiang Mai, Thailand and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/10/13/sexpats-expats-and-el…
 
Valen Dawson and Amy Wood are the founders of Your Own Life, a company to help inspire people to find their life purpose and live a more authentic life.Recorded 29 September 2014 from Chiang Mai, Thailand; Portland, Oregon, USA; and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/10/05/yourownlif…
 
Chris Backe is the author of http://oneweirdglobe.com, a blog about offbeat destinations like the placenta and umbilical cord shrine in South Korea.Recorded 1 September 2014 from Khon Kaen, Thailand; Chiang Mai, Thailand; and Saratoga Springs, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/09/04/oneweirdglobe…
 
Talon Windwalker is a single father who has been traveling the world with his son for over 3 years. Find out more about Talon and his son at http://1Dad1Kid.comRecorded 17 August 2014 from Cozumel, Mexico; Sa Pa, Vietnam; and New York City, New York, USAFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/08/21/1dad1kid…
 
Nancy Sathre-Vogel is a motivational speaker, teacher, and author who cycled with her husband and two sons from Alaska to Argentina. Her latest book "Roadschooling" is about educating your children while traveling full time. Find out more about Nancy and her family at http://familyonbikes.orgRecorded 10 August 2014 from Boise, Idaho, USA; Cat Ba Is…
 
Fraser Baillie is one year into a cycling trip around the entire world. He is also the author of "Cyclehacking," a book about mastering the habits of your life, with the proceeds going toward building a school in an area of need. Find out more at Fraser's site, http://cyclehacker.comRecorded 27 July 2014 from Kathmandu, Nepal; Hoi An, Vietnam; and …
 
Tori Hamilton is an American who has spent the past 11 months backpacking in South America, Japan, and Southeast Asia. We discuss our current location of Vietnam and the emotions of long-term backpacking.Recorded 23 July 2014 from Da Lat, VietnamFor more content related to this episode, check out: wtepodcast.com/2014/07/24/hamilton…
 
Will Copestake is a Scottish adventurer who has kayaked and climbed around Scotland and hiked across Iceland. We also share stories about hitchhiking while backpacking. Find out more about Will's adventures at http://willcopestakemedia.comRecorded 7 July 2014 from Ullapool, Scotland; Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam; and New York City, New York, …
 
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