The weekly podcast covering travel, the travel industry, and anything else that tickles our fancy
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am199705
Nov 13 '19
Rating:   4
Good content, bad editing

They bring on quality guests who have a lot to share, but there’s better travel podcasts with better content and editing. It drives me crazy how I can hear the hosts breathing into their microphones and it’s overall poorly edited with poor sound quality.

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Wardawg5
Oct 27 '19
Rating:   6
Staying near the topic would be helpful

Cut the random host who added absolutely nothing to the conversation and this would be worth subscribing to.. Newspaper advertising caused the Dot Com bubble to burst? Great insight 😂

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Pasha in Chicago
Aug 16 '19
Rating:   10
Best travel podcast

The hosts bring first hand knowledge about all things travel with enjoyable and lively panache. I’ve listened for years and hope to for many more. Hoping that Gary resumes his own podcast soon.

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ElenaRe
May 14 '19
Rating:   10
The Best podcast!

Love this podcast. Informative and personalities of the host are great listening!Please keep it up!!! Thank you.

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Hassettgirl
Feb 13 '19
Rating:   10
Short and Sweet

I stumbled upon this podcast recently and have enjoyed listening to the older podcasts. The three hosts mesh well and the conversation flows smoothly. I haven't listened to any of the newer podcasts but I can tell you from the old podcasts you get lots of great travel information.

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Jodyvca
Jun 21 '18
Rating:   10
Love you guys!

I’ve been listening to your podcast for a short period of time.....about 3 months....BUT one of the beauties of podcasts is that I can listen to your old shows! I love the banter and irreverence mixed in with tips and information I probably would not find anywhere else. Keep it up!

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Demagojo
May 19 '17
Rating:   10
Love this Travel Blog

I am new to the travel blog scene, but have thoroughly enjoyed this weekly show. The host are very informative and constantly travel to new destinations where they conduct interviews of other experienced travelers. I have been listening non-stop to this blog for weeks now and picked up some incredible tips for international travel as well as money saving tips for national travel. My family and I are novice explorers so we appreciate all of the new places highlighted in the weekly show. One of my favorite parts of the show is the section where the host or their guest share one of their newly found sources (websites, travel tips, freebies). I am not kidding when I say I cannot get enough of this format of a blog! Keep up the good work. -Gary

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cmt211
May 15 '17
Rating:   10
The best travel podcast ever

This is the best podcast ever. Only thing i wish they were on more often.

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Jonathan HobbyRX
May 11 '17
Rating:   10
Gary's one liners deserve applause

Very funy conversation and entertaining updates on the latest and greatest on travel. They helped me choose which cell phone to buy!

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Delawhere06
Sep 23 '15
Rating:   10
Travel Nerd Heaven

I am a travel nerd. Finding this show is like going to heaven. The hosts are so professional, have the most amazing experiences and have great chemistry. It is a joy to listen to.

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djamesnm
Jul 28 '15
Rating:   4
Less chat, more info

Between the pauses that stretch long enough to notice, there exists the conversation of people who seem to know each other and genuinely respect their co-hosts accomplishments. The real-time banter (and utter lack of editing) is perfect background chatter to allow the mind to drift through the concept of travel. That takes up 90-95% of the podcast, the remaining 5-10% has actual information. The hosts seem to be knowledgeable, perhaps a bit jaded and they all seem to be accomplished in travel, though what those accomplishments are beyond actually going places, are not mentioned. It can be annoyingly frustrating. A recent podcast was almost 2 hours long from a convention. The interviews were useful, if a bit lacking in depth, but interesting enough to encourage research. What would make this podcast better would beA-editing- splicing out the long pauses, the useless rambling B- sound quality typically is terrible, the audio comes across as if it is being recorded from secondary sources- holding a microphone to a speaker - C- an itinerary, ironic that a podcast about travel rambles around like a tourist with a map and a suitcase in a foreign city - the introduction could be streamlined, the content could be condensed, and the utility could be better managed. Again these are clearly knowledgeable professionals, I was hoping for more of that knowledge and less bon temps reminiscing. The 6-7 podcasts I've listened to have provided very little of that.

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IdahoSpud99
Oct 30 '14
Rating:   2
Good sometimes, awful at other times

Recently it seems all to often the podcast turns away from the stated purpose "This week in travel" to instead talk about "How to write a travel blog, make money from that blog, and get more attention". Sorry, but listening to a group of bloggers talk about how to blog has nothing to do about travel. The target audience for travel talk is much larger than the target audience for how to write a travel blog. Too bad the talk is often about the subject of blogging.

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GlobalVagabond
Apr 1 '14
Rating:   10
One of the BEST Travel Podcasts

Love Chris and Jen and Gary (when he's on) and the guests they bring in. Great banter, great travel tips. They started forgoing the news stories a while back, and I hope they'll return to doing those; I'd prefer to hear more of those and a little shorter interview with the guest; but with that said, it's an EXCELLENT podcast! Highly recommended.

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