Podcasts To Listen to in 2019 For Travelers, Frequent Fliers Jet Setters and Wanderers

Sometimes you just need to tune out, relax and let someone else do the talking. Whether you’re on a long haul flight, a road trip, lounging by the beach or just need a digital friend while you hike the Camino de Santiago we have a podcast (or six) for that. Check out the video and list with links below!

  1. The Bittersweet Life: Hosted by expats Katy Sewall and Tiffany Parks, TBSL takes a look at what happens when you leave life behind to adventure somewhere new. Subscribe here.


  2. Reply All: Broadly, a podcast about the internet, but really, a podcast about modern life. Gimlet Media hosts PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman take a deep dive into all the topics you didn’t know that you needed to know about. Subscribe here.


  3. The Skinny Confidential Him & Her: A podcast extensions of the wildly popular blog, Lauryn Evarts and her husband Michael Bosstick. Together they interview celebrities, influencer, thought leaders and experts on business, health, fitness, lifestyle and relationships. No two episodes are the same and no topic is off limits. Subscribe here.

  4. RadioLab: Host by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich, RadioLab is an hour-ish long audio documentary on our every changing world. No topic is safe and every episode is thoroughly researched and expertly produced. Subscribe here.

  5. The Moth: On the Moth, storytellers retell true stories, as remembered, live. The podcast also includes additional stories from their archive recorded over the past 20 years. Subscribe here.

  6. Serial: On Serial, Sarah Koenig narrates an investigative journalism saga over multiple episodes. Each seasons covers a dedicated subject and about 10 episodes. Subscribe here.

If you’re looking for podcasts to listen to on business, technology and careers, check out these post.

Escape Vlog Series: Barbados

We packed our bags and jetted off the Barbados last month and documented our trip with a vlog series. There are beachfront villas, swimming with turtles, a proposal, drones, shipwrecks, and more clear blue water than one could ever need. Check it out below. 

Hotel: Fairmont Royal Pavillion

Dive Shop: High Tide Watersports

Travel Vlogs: Iceland's Blue Lagoon

We travelled to Iceland over winter break to exploring. On our first day, we stopped at the Blue Lagoon before heading into Reykjavik and trying some famous Icelandic hot dogs. We chose Iceland because of its otherworldly geography and natural beauty. We were pleasantly surprised to find the island nation is very innovative, using wind power and geothermal power almost everywhere (read: every shower we took was extremely hot). This is the first of five vlogs so hit subscribe if you want to be notified when another video goes up.