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Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in 1993! …Amaze Balls!

Latest Episode #67: Good Times in Granada Nicaragua

What Is Your Travel Podcast All About?

Well considering most of us have been housebound in 2020 due to COVID 19,

I thought why not bring you along on my travel adventures to fill your travel bug needs.

I have taken many epic road trips over the last 30 years (to 76 countries).

These all have been via public transport (and some hitchhiking).

I believe in sustainable travel and think we all need to embrace it to keep our beautiful planet and animals safe!

The only big overland road trip that I have (partially) done with somebody was my first trip (which is what my first series is about).

So I thought it would only make sense to make it a solo female travel podcast.

But I think it will appeal to most people who like to travel…or that is my hope! 😉

I have done shorter trips like long weekends or week-long trips (often with friends or partners)

so I will cover those as well, since I know not everybody can take off 6 months or a year to travel.

How Is Your Travel Podcast Different From Others?

As I wanted to do my travel podcast differently than the many (great) travel podcasts out there.

Instead of doing interviews or one random destination at a time,

I thought why not do it chronologically from start to finish.

So each episode is about a different destination on my trip.

Therefore, I would recommend starting with the 1st episode so you can get a real sense of what life is like on the road,

especially as a solo woman! As well as join me on the whole adventure!

You will also get a chance to travel back in time to see/hear what travelling was like before the internet, mobile phones,

Trip Advisor and Google maps existed!

However, I give you up to date info in each episode and you can compare the different pricing and

how different travel was back in the 1990s to the present day.

I also include at least one tip specifically for solo female travellers.

My most recent road trip was in February 2020 – I got home just before COVID lockdown!

It was a month-long trip to 6 countries in Central America and will be my next series on my solo female travel podcast.

I think doing my 1st and last, trips back to back will also be a

good contrast to how travel has changed over the last 3 decades and will no doubt change again once COVID 19 is under control.

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Feeding turtles and deer with Indian baba in India

Who Is Your Travel Podcast For?

It’s really for anyone who :

  • Loves to travel
  • Loves exploring off the beaten places
  • Loves adventures
  • Loves road tripping (even though I travel by public transport you can do it in your own vehicle)
  • Solo (female travel)
  • Is looking for travel itineraries

Series 1 Trailer For My Solo Travel Podcast (Trip To Africa)

The Lowdown On The First Series Of My Travel Podcast

My first series is about my first backpacking trip in 1993 when I was 23.

It was also my longest and hardest!

This road trip was from Paris to Cape Town, then I hitched back up to Nairobi.

It lasted 16 months and covered over 30,000 miles through 25 countries!

My goal was to do the whole trip overland which I succeeded & lived to tell the tale! Woohoo!

I didn’t actually leave on this trip on my own, actually, I hadn’t planned to do this trip at all!

However, I ended up travelling on my own after a few months..

To get the full lowdown listen to my first episode

Now without further ado let’s hit the road!

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Episode 1 & 2 Of My Travel Podcast