For our 300th episode of Indie Travel Podcast, we revisit our roots and discuss what indie travel means to us.
In this Estonia Podcast, we explore Tallinn, the national parks, and Parnu. From the capital to the beach resorts, we loved it!
Ready to hear a couple of Tallinn, Estonia’s ghost stories? There’s more than these two, but listen to a taste of the medieval stories that make Tallinn fun.
We talk with Nora Dunn, author of Working on the Road, about life, travel, and her new book. Discover how you can work and travel.
What must you pack on a round-the-world trip? Opinions change, and we’re revisiting our “essential items” four and a half years after posting a podcast on this same topic.
Croatia is a fascinating country that has now been well and truly incorporated into the backpackers’ trail, so infrastructure is good while prices are still pretty cheap.
Jamie Isaac tells how his surfing holiday turned into a sustainable business that’s changing people’s lives in Fuerteventura, while we’re in Ireland and Croatia. Features Irish music from the streets of Dublin.
We’re really excited to start rolling out a new audio format for Indie Travel Podcast. We wanted to tighten up our travel podcast, and we’ve found a way that we can do this, improve our story-telling, and make the world a better place.
This week we take a look at the months ahead (since we haven’t really yet!) and also reminisce and grieve over the end of our time in Berlin.
It can be hard to learn a language, especially after you’ve picked up the basics and you’re ready to take it to the next level. Learn how (with our mistakes).