Wanderlust Journal: A Travel Show

Wanderlust Journal: A Travel Show

Listen in for international travel stories, book suggestions, gear and tech ideas, events and anecdotes, interviews and reviews. Each bi-weekly episode also gives tips on how to improve your travel writing with simple ways to really catch your readers’ attention. Explore, Publish, Inspire with your host, Sarah Leamy, a bit of a writer and wanderer with a background in publishing.


November 29, 2022 10 min

In today's episode, you'll hear passages on the topic of through-hiking, that is the day-to-day challenge of following your feet across mountains and deserts. We’ll read what motivates folks to do just that, the people met along the way, and some of the ups and downs that come with it. For one writer, it was her knickers…

Megan Okkerse: https://meganokkerse.substack.com/p/everyone-cries-on-the-camino

Rahawa Haile: https://w...

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S1E3: On Modes of Travel: You Can Go Far with Whatever You Have

In today's episode, we are focused on the various modes of travel. My advice, use what you have. Feet, bikes, motorcycles, 2WD, 4x4, cars, vans, and trucks of all sizes can take you where you want to go – for the most part. With that in mind, I’ll be reading from trip reports from each of those options, to inspire you to appreciate the vehicle you have and how far ...

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November 1, 2022 15 min

In today's episode, you'll hear an excerpt from ON MEXICAN TIME by Tony Cohan, written in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico 1985. That lead me to introduce another author, one I've met whilst in Baja California early in 2022, a funny fella and quite the slow and steady wanderer, Graham MackIntosh. I talk about the different types of travel writing, from trip reports, articles, blogs and long and far-reaching memoirs etc. Yo...

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October 18, 2022 35 sec

Wanderlust Journal is focused on great storytelling, a weave of traveling and writing, and the cultures and people met along the way. You'll hear from published authors, and incredible adventurers, as well as listen to shorter pieces from all over the world that have been published on www.wanderlust-journal.com. Listen in for weekly trip reports, excerpts of memoirs, vignettes, documentaries, gear, recommendations, events and e...

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