Welcome to the second half of my meetings with Tarek Kholoussy.
If you haven’t heard the first half yet you should definitely do that first and then come back here for the second part.
In the first one that was recorded back in December 2018 when we just arrived in Brazil on the Nomad Cruise from Spain, Tarek talked about him fulfilling three big life goals:
To run 25 marathons, to visit 100 countries and the third one – that we’...
This and the next episode are about a nomad called Tarek Kholoussy, recorded in two continents. In Brazil and Bali.
Tarek’s life had taken a huge turn a few years back, and today and tomorrow you will hear about that. This is the first half of Tarek’s story, and get ready to meet a super interesting guy. It’s a story about change, about goals being fulfilled, signs from the universe, and a bit of serendipity…
We start in Bali, whe...
Welcome to day 3 and 4 of my road trip from Cape Town.
In this episode, I visit Safari Ostrich Farm in Oudtshoorn here on the Garden Route in South Africa.
It’s the only Tractor Safari on an Ostrich Farm in South Africa, and it’s interesting to see and learn something new about this weird bird – a specie whose ancestors have been around since the age of dinosaurs.
Then I head to Knysna – a quaint town located in the heart of the w...
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This is an episode that was recorded pre-Corona and is the first leg of my road trip from Cape Town to Johannesburg. I start driving Garden Route to Cape Agulhas – the southernmost point of Africa where the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean meet.
Then I head north towards Oudtshoorn and on the way I visit Ronnies Shop that had its name changed to Ronnies Sex Shop as a prank from his friends. He w...
We’re in the Cape Flats – the township-areas around 25 km/15 miles south-east of what we know as the city of Cape Town.
Here we meet the CEO and founder of Vulamasango, Florian Kraemer.
This is a remarkable story that comes full circle, about a man that was saved by a young African boy when he was just a teenager himself. At that African boys ends up getting killed in an attack in the civil war in Congo the very next day.
In this episode, I speak with Jason Moore. He's an American living in Norway, who does a popular podcast called Zero to Travel.LINKS: Zero to Travel Zero to Travel on Facebook. Location Indie. Sponsor Hotels25.com The Radio Vagabond is produced by RadioGuru. See pictures on TheRadioVagabond.com You can follow The Radio Vagabond on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
It's Sunday, March 15th 2020.
This is a special episode where we dive into the situation of the world right now. Both my own and the effect it has on my travelling friends around the world.
How should I react to my government's recommendations?
Welcome back to The Radio Vagabond and Cape Town and in this episode, we’re going driving – chatting with Uber drivers. And then we’re visiting the District Six Museum.
THE UBER DRIVERS OF CAPE TOWN
I’ve learned that some of the best people to talk about what it’s like in a city are Uber drivers. So, in this episode, we will do just that.
A lot of the Uber drivers here in Cape Town are from other countries. Three of the four, I spe...
Episode #148 - Finding Sugarman in Cape Town Pt: II
Sawabona abangane! (Zulu for 'Hello friends!')
Welcome back to The Radio Vagabond for Part II of my interesting conversation with Cape Town local Stephen' Sugar' Segerman, amateur music detective and inspiration behind the Academy Award-winning feature documentary Searching for Sugarman.
If you haven't listened to or read Part I of this fa...
After coming down from my wine and gin-soaked euphoria after receiving the amazing news that I am officially cancer-free (yay!), I got the opportunity to chat with Stephen ‘Sugar’ Segerman, the inspiration behind the Academy Award-winning documentary Searching for Sugarman.
If you haven’t seen the documentary yet (where have you been hiding?) then take a quick look at the trailer so you can be up-to-date with what this episode is a...
I met Becky Gillespie on The Nomad Cruise, and we became good friends quickly.
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Becky Gillespie has been living abroad since the age of 22, when she moved to Tokyo. The plan was to spend one year working as a teacher, but one year turned into 12.
Becky is writing a book about the part of Tokyo she ended up staying in and loving so much. The title will be "Shimokitazawa: Your Guide to the Worl...
This is just a quick Sunday update, so you are ready for tomorrow when we’re back on track on my Africa trip.
I left you in Ethiopia, and just as I was about to fly to Cape Town, I got a disturbing message from my retired doctor back in Denmark.
Since you might have missed that episode, here it is again.
Tomorrow when I will take you with me to a visit to the hospital in Cape Town where I get the news about my health.
See you to...