Inspired by the Inuits’ embrace of silence, extrovert Cassandra Brooklyn rethinks the way she communicates with the world.
World Nomad Joel heads to Colorado to meet like-minded travelers whose way of life is one of constant movement and freedom. He falls in love with the towns, landscapes and communities created on the road.
Join World Nomad Joel as he explores New Mexico, a state with striking landscapes that inspire creativity. He also discovers its unique blend of Spanish, Anglo and Native American cultures.
Join World Nomad Joel in Washington state, where he meets Native Americans who introduce him to their food, hospitality, music, dance, and most profoundly, a sweat lodge.
In Los Angeles, Joel prepares to meet his birth father, a man absent from his life since he was a young child in the Philippines. First, he investigates what it means to be Filipino in the US.
In this episode, we explore Greenland, discuss Inuit culture, find out about a travel blogger’s life-changing experience and hear what’s it like to kayak among giant sheets of ice.
Join Clay Abney on his journey to a primordial land where icebergs are born and Vikings once roamed.
Visiting her father’s homeland for the first time, Trene Todd finds herself exactly where she belongs.
Lyn Mawby celebrates a milestone birthday with 10 days of mushing in the frozen Yukon wilderness.
In this episode we meet hiker Tim Voors who spent six months walking America’s Pacific Crest Trail overcoming loneliness and fear while discovering the power of the wilderness to restore the human spirit.
In this episode, inspired by the documentary The Meaning of Vanlife, we explore why modern nomads have ditched traditional homes for a life on the road.