The Travel Industry has been decimated by Covid 19 , and everyone of those who work in the industry has a story to share.
This is Aimee Samm's story, from her first days of being introduced to flying as a career to what is happening today, how its impacted her life, and what she thinks will happen.
Aimee shares inside knowledge on how air crew check out boarding passengers, as well as what makes the best passengers.
How to over...
In this episode Mark talks to Chris James.
Chris has recently emigrated from the UK, with his young family and is loving life in Melbourne, albeit getting used to a new reality!
Chris is a high-performance CEO & Co Founder with a deep experience in building companies, and driving growth.
Most recently, he founded & scaled a premium health & wellness brand from scratch, and sold a 3 year Business Licence Agreement (EU) a...
With COVID-19 looming and a large majority of the population still in confinement, many are left feeling afraid, isolated, and emotional. Instead of dealing with these feelings head-on, for some, it may seem easier to eat their feelings away and avoid tough situations.
During this episode, Nat & Jess will deep dive into how unhealthy emotions can hinder our health and create unhealthy habits. Tune in for tips and tricks on how...
Australian James McAlloon decided to do something epic during Covid 19, and selfishly hit the roads of Australia to walk the 4000 plus kilometers across the Great Southern Land from the Sunshine Coast in Queensland in the country's east, to the Indian Ocean on Australia's West Coast. With a focus of helping others James is raising awareness and funds through his walk for his work colleagues in South America who have been hi...
Andrew shares with us his journey as a young Australian who has a passion for travel. After saving enough money he bought a round the world ticket and then headed off on a couchsurfing trip of a lifetime.
We retrace Andrews adventure from Australia to the USA / Canada and then to Europe and we find out how this adventure not only changed his life, but how it changed his view on the world and humanity.
Barnaby Davies was born in the Shetland Islands, Scotland. He studied as a trombonist at the Royal College of Music in London before going on to work as a ‘roadie’ for the biggest bands and artists in the world. From Madonna in Moscow to AC/DC in Athens, there was always an adventure.
Episode Time Stamps
01.15 - A little about Hastings in the UK
03.00 - Pirates and World Mini Golf Championships
04.40 - Who does Barnaby dedicate hi...
In this episode Mark speaks to Atdhe Trepca who is a director working in Los Angeles and New York. His narrative and photography projects have been curated by popular publications and festivals across the country. Likewise, his commercial work has been serviced to major studios, television networks and popular brands. The common thread between these works is a dedication to human behavior, a design oriented vision with an affinity ...
This month Dion brings to life his own creation of Australian fusion cooking. The dish is Chilli Prawns with Lime and Quinoa.
Ingredients for today’s recipe:
Chilli Prawns with Lime & Quinoa
500g green prawns (peeled, tail on)
1 punnet cherry tomatoes
4 x baby capsicum
250g fresh butter beans
400g diced tomatoes
1 small bunch parsley
2 cloves garlic
2 birds eye chillies
Salt & pepper
2 x cups whit...
Wander Within in the Workplace.
With the massive changes in the workplace, it’s easy for employees to feel afraid and out of balance. Even with new “work from home” policies, many find themselves feeling always on, overworked, out of time, and stressed. During this episode, Nat & Jess will share tips and tricks for creating greater balance (and productivity) in the workplace.
Joshua travelled to Afghanistan to go to war, and after 10 years in the military he commenced a 30 month, 119 country, 6 continent travel crusade.
We have a great time talking about countries like Poland, Japan, Slovenia, Peru, Guatemala, South Africa, Dubai and others. Find out where his worst Uber experience was, where the most memorable sunrise was, what country emotionally challenged him the most, and what city he couldn't...
Kevin left the US to go and studied in Shanghai, China and that was his first awakening to global travel. Since then he has combined his passion for teaching and travel blogging into a synchronized platform that allows him to see the world over.
Located currently in Brazil, Kevin talks about his time in Vietnam, suggesting some great places to visit and how to get to them, then he shares journeys to Australia, Malaysia, and Singapo...
From humble beginnings in the Philippines we track Janes travel stories through life and find out this soulful human has much to care about on how she leaves every place she's visited.
Over 50 countries visited and counting, but her sharing about Bear spray, Rockie Mountain trips, and snowshoeing are classic reminders that while we are all impacted by the amount of travel we can do, there is perhaps no better place for us all t...
James has spent a lot of his young life living and travelling around the world, we find out where and for how long and then we focus on his upcoming journey of a lifetime.
James is about to commence walking across the entire continent of Australia from East to West, unsupported, pushing his own supplies the whole way.
This 4000km adventure will take James around 100 days to complete and he will have to deal with sleeping in the des...
Mel talks to us from a spectacular place in Australia that you need to know about and then we meander through her journey to becoming a International Travel Writer.
We find out in what country she was born, where her first trips were too, and then we explore the Maldives and Zanzibar in some details. If you have ever wanted to go to the Maldives or Zanzibar then this is an insightful honest account of what you can expect to find to...
Perhaps to a large extent South America is the forgotten continent. Chad talks to me about many of the wonderful places there are to go in South America.
When is the best time to visit?
Where should you start your South American exploration from?
Is it safe to travel there?
What kind of holiday can you expect to have?
Where is the best food?
What to pack when you go?
Where are the hidden gems of destinations?
All that and more in ...
Show listener Karin Van Den Eede from Belgium sent us the recipe for todays show. Dion gets to it in the kitchen and knocks out this wonderful dish. Listen to Dion as he explains what ingredients are required and a step by step guide to how it comes together.
Flemish White asparagus
Born in Haiti, he moved to New York City as a young teenager and then started seeing the world. In this episode Berny shares with us his early years of travel, where he went to party a lot, and then what place meant more to him as he got older.
Berny chooses two countries that stand out from his global travels to date, both are interesting choices.
I also chatted to Berny about the pressing topic of BLACK LIVES MATTERS and at the...
In this the second episode of the Global Travel Channel Wellness Series with Natalie and Jessica we talk about how important Self love is.
Nat and Jess share some tips and tricks on what you can do to take special care of yourself first and foremost, making sure that you are always taking some time in your day for you.
There are plenty of useful nuggets in this episode for you to start making every day count for you whether you are...