Listen to inspiring travelers talk about amazing destinations.
In this episode, how a rush on toilet paper has benefited charities around the world and the animals continuing to make the most of lockdown.
In this episode, the travel journalist stranded by border closures in a bungalow in rural Thailand, and the band of ex-pats rescuing hungry dogs affected by COVID-19.
In this episode, the travel company ballooning in 2020 until governments enforced border closures and countries were sent into lockdown.
In this episode, the women embracing opportunity as their businesses work to survive COVID -19 and the country wanting people to load up on fries.
In this episode, family, friends and partners separated by border closures, tips for keeping the spark alive, and the return of a relic from the 20th century.
In this episode, job losses at Airbnb, as the property network turns its attention to post coronavirus, and the sailing business stranded in St Vincent.
In this episode, Italy finally on the move, a New York-based travel writer battles coronavirus, and finally some good news from China.
In this episode, how South Korea is dealing with the coronavirus, an unusual place to self-isolate and the million-dollar question, when will we be able to travel again?
In this episode, the island spending millions to draw tourists back, the country Thailand is banking on to resurrect the travel industry, and what two US travel writers are creating to survive the pandemic.
In this episode, the nordic country where it's business as usual, managing a second month of lockdown in Italy, and the airlines where airfares cost less than vegetables.
In this episode, the Australian airline in administration, the New Yorker on lockdown in New Zealand and the items the French Government deem indispensable during lockdown.
In this episode, the company recycling hotel soap, the impact of COVID-19 on a business supporting sustainable philanthropic travel and the animals coming out to play in South Africa.