Hobos From Hanoi & Bali Biking Boo Boos

Hobos From Hanoi & Bali Biking Boo Boos

Nothing says “romantic” like a train ride. Unless, of course, it’s a 33-hour train ride from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi. That’s just nuts. And nothing gets you closer to the locals than requiring immediate medical attention after plowing your motorcycle into a wall in Bali. No, really. World travel is awesome.

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Flying the Awesome Barrier Reef & Skype Through The Ages

Flying the Awesome Barrier Reef & Skype Through The Ages

If this show has a theme, it’s communication over vast distances. Like a failed attempt to broadcast live video due to communication blockage, and keeping expats firmly “patted” with the magic of Danish technology. No, not the pastry. It’s not your normal travel podcast, but is it ever?

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Aussie Animals That Haven’t Tried To Kill Us & Breaking Out Of A Finnish Prison

Aussie Animals That Haven’t Tried To Kill Us & Breaking Out Of A Finnish Prison

Ending up in a Finnish prison does not sound like the way we’d want to end our journeys. But that’s exactly what happened to our friend Skye. And oddly enough, Australia’s wildlife has failed to kill us. Yet. Hopefully we’ll have the audio recorders running when they make their next attempt.

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We Put The Beer In 4DX & Photographing Mrs. Not-Huh

We Put The Beer In 4DX & Photographing Mrs. Not-Huh

We debated not putting out a show this week, in light of the myriad attacks by Daesh. But we can’t stop bad things from happening, and figure you might welcome a light-hearted break from the bad news. This week, we tell a stories of sneaking beer into a Hong Kong movie theater, and our friends Amber & Eric from Husband In Tow relate the magic of one photo taken in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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Quarter Life Crisis & The BB Clee

Quarter Life Crisis & The BB Clee

You know what’s the best part of taking 12 weeks off from podcasting? Coming back. This is the first episode of Season Two of the Opportunistic Traveler’s Podcast! 

This episode mixes beer and finance in one unexpected little package, with stories told in Hue, Vietnam and in Hong Kong. It’s just over 14 minutes long, so listen and enjoy!

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