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Guatemala: What Travelers Can Expect During COVID-19

The World Nomads Podcast

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Guatemala: What Travelers Can Expect During COVID-19

"In this episode, we revisit Guatemala, it's a country hit closed its borders when the pandemic was declared way back in March but now it's open and it's ready to embrace traveling's the war nomads broadcast. It's not your usual traveled podcast. It's everything for the royals independent governor. Hi It's Phil and came with you and came is still on the road where were you now Kim I'm still outback fill as you saw in recent zoom meeting when you come into my hand. I have quite wild curly hair and fill said oviously no hatred in. And then he's wearing ambig- book it's an Pay Town in New South Wales. Australia. It's on the dowling river, all the Baucau as it's known by first nations people and he's really reaching Aboriginal Culture, in fact twenty one recognized indigenous language groups he enberg that's incredible. Isn't it? Amazing, yeah Which says what an important place is to? You know because of the water because of the river us but is everybody. Making point for those groups APP -solutely history. Now, you can handle the world nomad's facebook groups who follow updates on my travels and my haste all. Vote. Lincolnshire nicely. But speaking about deitz Guatemala has reopened its international airport travelers and they really came to revive the tourism sector and what do we know about that? Okay. PCOT's required except for children undertain, the taste must be negative taken longer than seventy two hours your flight. Antigen. Tests are also visited Paciotti's not available. It's been reported. If you don't have a taste, you have to Adid to the fourteen day quarantine. Tissot. In a health center under the leadership of the Ministry of Public Health in Guatemala. Now you would think strap. They wouldn't be a lot of attention to. I'm just putting words into your mouth, but it coveted you know it's it's a small outback town comedies everywhere I went to the pharmacist yesterday and they stop at the door and ask you to pronounce going on. Wash your hands. Before walking. Had that experience as well just did a couple of weeks trip up and down the east coast of Australia within New South Wales and allowed across borders and the same thing in country towns. Everybody's got the hand sanitizer out and. Asking you. Actually one of the year might be experiencing this as well. older. You'll wild camping you. We tend to a couple of campgrounds you know ave and you have to sign the declaration that you haven't been in hot spot in what have you know getting that because you while camping. We when we would, we actually do have to chicken to a park. Because we need the four g coverage big wild camping no questions asked. But certainly with your ave parking yeah. You have to just to signing than. Social distancing look it happens naturally doesn't get used to them. Here we are getting used to it. Now for Guatemala, this does not apply for straight there is a health poss- form that arrivals must feeling and we will have a link to that in China, it's national curfews. In effect from nine PM to four. Am these kidnapping. And you'll be fine if he died at social distancing rules and the use of mosques in public. Fly and healthy. You are good to go and I can I'm flying over right now Kim. Wow. Let's get into it. Then we'll revisit some parts about previous episode featuring Guatemala. In twenty thirty and Shannon O'Donnell was named National Geographic's traveler of the year for her work in responsible tourism she started traveling in two thousand and nice and she's heated. Tell us about a little adrift which is how we came to find it. Started to eight, it's really hard to remember, but it was like to try to travel information on the Internet but there wasn't a lot about planning around the world trip and so when I was a solo female. Figuring out what it was going to be like to be on the road for an entire year at the time I thought it was going to be just to here but there were information. So a little direct started as this way to document what you needed to know to travel better to travel around the world all the information that not. Just, a solo person would need to know and I already had a service focus in my life, and so I had planned on volunteering and supporting community led projects and that led to a shift in the little drift over the years. Once there was a lot of information out there on my blog and others I started showing people how you could travel. With focus on helping helping travel as a force for good and that's what a little direct is today. Well, show the science obviously in China but it has a comprehensive list of resources day from responsible travel to planning travel digital ads and bloggers, but we specifically not only do we not WanNa spruch a little adrift wanted to Chechens Guatemala. My faith kept reason the road it's such a beautiful place. Why was I go to bed? You know it's very different than the culture that you find elsewhere. So I had traveled overland from Mexico in Belize and Guatemala felt like a warm hug. The mind culture is right there in Abbott and so for people who travel with. A want to understand the culture dander stand a different culture. It's right there in your face and it's very different than the main Hispanic culture that sort of across the region you really get to feel like they're opportunities to learn more and help support combined communities and hike through. It's just beautiful too. So you can hike through highlands and it's an absolutely stunning country we'll get to its beauty, but one of your blogs gets a lot of thank you Shannon's thank you for sharing this story. It was when you were out and one of the whitest came out and said if you have drugs flushing toilet now please do drug raid Knicks. Take. Oh. So that's really funny and there is a drug culture in around the lake Atlanta's specially, and so this is what a lot of people know Central America for. But some backpackers go for for you know some fun into the area and I they're sitting there was a movie nights. I was there sitting at eight English movie night at one of the coffee shops and? A couple of people stayed, but there was this massive sweep actually it was a drug sweep end although they find drugs because there was like this message that went through the backpacker area I they started taking anybody who didn't have their passport on them and taking into police custody until they can find their past for. The, moment I heard something was going around. I was like, yeah. Now why would I sit here? Really good now. But why haven't I sit here and so I was the movie i WanNa know what's the movie that you guys when you? Whereas enhanced by backpacker experience. I don't remember. Is a good thing. Senate when Nevis Would you Know No. She didn't. She had drugs on a had possible. Okay. On with. Because apparently you're supposed to carry your passport. This was the time that this was two, thousand ten. I had never heard before I'd already been on the two years. I never heard that you're supposed to have your passport on you in a lot foreign countries yep. Yep. Even Black Francois thing even places like that. So my travel insurance safety tip at the time. if you've got a copy of your possible, then if you get picked pocketed, you don't lose you possible. But if you've got the information page from inside the past as a fighter copy. Usually satisfies local place. Well, that's of Shannon's tapes just to show that you You know always carry at least a photocopy of of your passport. I'm a thinking that particular blog you wrote were around forty backpackers that will put into jail and one of them was my roommate. So I went home and I didn't really know what was happening right I. I'm not. I'm not gonNA take stay I don't know a foreign country I hear that substance going around. Out The back door and I walked home and everyone who didn't basically went to Guatemala Jail Groom was one of those. I didn't know her she I was at a hostile and which tended to better dorm, and so in the middle of the night, maybe three four am somebody came and knocked on my door and said like your roommate wants you to go through because I wouldn't let the dead up. And they said, your roommate wants you to go through her backpack and named they named the pocket where her passport was, which sort like gave me a hint that they were who they were. I went through and gave her passport and she got out. So is that because of corruption was it a shakedown was at you know and unofficial fine you had to pay to get away over I genuinely influencing the tow it I mean, it was boat genuinely backpacker or backpackers in this town do have drugs on then and so legitimately their enforcing a lot of. That was absolutely shakedown where you're you're you're taking backpackers who her watching movie because they don't have their passport, I, don't do like that she did have to pay on one side once that happened I left two days later I was like I. Think I'm done with. North Ns. In the Guatemalan highlands and Mrs Not as Thomas Antigua. So I'm not selling you at this point, right? It's like it's the beautiful islands, but it's a really sort of this would be terrible to say, but it is a little bit more grungy town. It's very grittier town, but it also has a lot of integration with the indigenous communities Schmitz from here that you can. Organize tracks into the highlands and did some service projects all in the language schools have a real focus on programs that support the indigenous communities that many all of the drug culture that we just talked about. All of that is gone at at that point and you're just in this city that's really welcoming tourists. So if we have scared anyone, you can actually avoid being part of that. Absolutely, and there are so many other areas I know about like I'm saying I'm Sandra Erling all over it. What does it look like? It's very, very greed and because what about has many volcanoes? The volcanoes are closer to like Outdo, fund that sort of thing. But there are some peaks that you can reach around. So you're just think really really green about ends not so cold that you bond to die inside. You can you can go camping you can be in these rural edition is still inches if you take a guide track out there, but it's I, find it more enjoyable. So I've done the depaul tracking you know sat in my tiny tiny house wishing. I had ten more blankets and it's not that thing you mentioned volcanoes is in a in June. We reported in the in the podcasting travel news that there was a a volcano eruption that killed a lot of the of the locals. But if you Google Guatemala and things to do one of the top things is to actually roast marshmallows over a volcano is this something? That you've done would you recommend have done it the White Central America. A lot of it. I was two years in hindsight I realize a lot of it is quite risky. So one of those being roasting a marshmallow on above. Keno there is an element of risk when we got down the side of the mountain, one of my friends who had had met track. On this track up the side of the mountain and she was in trainers just like regular sneakers and I was wearing hiking boots and. So, something. got. Noticed is just how hot the rocks were like. You could feel the heat we did see some lava. It was a little bit further than some people like we were not close enough to poke it with a stick, but we were able to grow some smells in the crevices. So you knew there was a lot of heat coming up. But when she got down the side of the mountain, she only narrowly missed like massive blisters on her feet because she had all the rubber was gone and I could see her socks she was walking down the benefit. Myself Fill. Club. Shoot I'll have very thick socks on as well, but there's a peak of the shoes lifted them. It's pretty amazing. That must've heard with pretty pink pink socks I. Reckon they would've beaten hot. Pink that he's in China. So when you planning in it. What you really want to be doing is chatting to somebody who knows what they're talking about. This is why we catching up with Sarah, from a tricks because I plan itineraries but they were all travellers am I right this errol Yeah, that's absolutely right. All of our travel plan our experts because they've actually done it. Well, what we do is we customize every trip based on what each particular person or family or couple wants to get out of their experience. So we listen we talk with people we meet with them they talk with one of our travel planners. They tell all about the their things that they wanna hit on their trip and you know kind of how? How they WANNA have their experience some people, WanNa do it really barebones they want to? Not stay they want to stay with the locals they want to travel for as long as possible. So they're really working on by jet, and then you have other people who maybe have less tarring maybe have some kind of a situation where they need to be in a place where comfortable to go traveling for work. So we customize every eighteen array based exactly on what you specifically what to do. One of the examples you gave to me was if you planning a trip from the US to Peru to walk think coup trial too much pitchy, which we've said in previous episodes is almost beloved. Why not plan to stop over in Guatemala and high? Pakeha yeah, that's exactly right. So I think a lot of people when they're thinking about traveling to South America. They think well, I, just want to get where I'm going and Dubai might track there a couple of popular ones much peaches popular also issued. In Columbia has really popular. In Colombia Sorry Guatemala as a great stopover on your way down to either one of those checks. Because Guatemala's a country that's really great to see by land. It's actually when we talk about people going to that region Central America alive the time we'll tell them don't fly into the one place. Steve. Fly into one city fly out of another because there's so many remote and beautiful places in Guatemala that you can't get you by air. So it's nice to say starting south southern Mexico trial around chop as goes by land through Guatemala to. El Salvador and then fly from there. So it's not only could you stop over in Guatemala City on your way down to Columbia but you can get three additional countries in there. You don't have to spend a lot of money to have a fantastic experience. Well, that's exactly right. I was looking at trips when we when Talking with you guys I was looking at some trips that included Guatemala and one of the sample trips we have on our site right now is seven cities in South America including demolished city. So Guatemala City, Columbus Bogota Colombia Santiago. Stealing IRA's and Lima. Starting any. In Miami And it's between sixteen and seventeen hundred dollars. So got seventeen. Seven cities for seventeen hundred dollars. It's pretty affordable. Tell us about Papa then say that. You compare you to Metro pitcher. You tell me about it. Well obviously, they're totally different but if you're if you have your hiking boots in your bag, right? Pakeha has a volcano I. Think it's actually one of several active volcanoes one an expert on Guatemalan volcanoes so. Narrow So. That's one way to dust Dr Heike boost hopefully a broken man before your trip down but it's actually quite close to the I think it's one of the most visited volcanoes and bottom because it is easy to get to. One of the things I love about your side it's very thorough fill this five right around the world itineraries is how much does traveling the world really cost per day but in the blog section, there's some really great stories like the single mother who took her family around the world and this one took my attention, the first AIRTREK overbooked with Bitcoin. CNET. While just like buying anything else with bitcoin it's it's really funny. I liked to put a PSA out if you would like to buy travel with Bitcoin, you can come and talk with us because it's actually hard. There's not a lot of companies out there that do accept bitcoin for travel purchases and US like being part of the blockchain movement is really important we. Like think about ourselves as a really modern travel agency, we like to be up on all of the different traveled technology and all of the best technology available to get you to build these complicated itineraries. So when we realize, oh, there's a way that people wanna pay for these trips that were not selling. We've changed that right away. So we've sold a few trips with bitcoin. I think the one that you're you're speaking of it's on our blog it can just look I think he'd had. Five or five to ten stops all around the world song. Great Way to spend that money will sir thank you so much pretending to us we'll have the tricks link nights, and as of Kipsang these trip planner, the special specials, this planning tips, and there is that blog with those interesting stories site for that and thanks for choosing William as to potter whether we appreciate it. Thank you. Fill out footprints network has just celebrated four million or over four million dollars will million dollars micro donation. Unbelievable. So do you want to explain the for Prince Network? Okay it actually started off to the two thousand four Asian tsunami. And the founders of will have well, what can we do and it's all very well and good. Donating money. But what comedian on ongoing? Why that's GONNA help community bites projects. So we'd started this way every time when you go to Mike Purchase of will travel insurance policy you can add two bucks or five or ten bucks to that, and it will go and you can go it goes to this community based project hit this one eight can see the picture of on the Page so you know where your money's going, we're actually funding tain projects will include linke. Now it's including Shock Reich conservation in believes which she's about seven hour drive from Guatemala okay. So we have talked to right through Graham who's going to take us through the background and provide us an overview of the project that's she pot of which is funded by micro donations, the footprints network. Hello. I first of all, congratulations on passing that four million goal. That's. Impressive. It just goes to show the power of a very, very large community globally to make things happen. So good it's brilliant. It is an amazing thing. Well, helping you you part of this shock and Rye Conservation in Belize? I wanted you choose believes for this project. So you know I've been living in beliefs for twenty one years now and I've done a lot of work with sharks and rays and even some other large mega-fauna titles and big fin fish. All of these share very similar life histories are very vulnerable to over-exploitation such as fishing targeted phishing of the also inspire a lot of people. That's what people really come to scuba and snorkel with and more and and y really wanted. This project to be focused on beliefs as we have the second largest barrier reef in the world as your own in Australia and aretha extends throughout the Mesoamerican region of Mexico believes Guatemala Honduras. Almost a thousand kilometers you mentioned on jurors any one of our Ilia. Poke we actually chatted to one of the scientists that had been part of capturing that photograph that went viral the huge. What do you call it? Take Nine karn-fm of massive. Toxics yes. I said yes. Along all that plastic. Yeah. So what's what's happening? Dad's really interesting because you have a large currencies coming through from the Atlantic into the Caribbean that's what's bringing. All kinds of assets aspects like sarcasm and more, and you seeing animals using that current as well in the migrations. But when it hits Northern Honduras and that also Honduras reach and between Belize Guatemala Honduras, it creates his geijer. It's like a counter and what that does is that just concentrates a lot of the debris that's coming out of a lot of rivers in this particular area from southern Belize Guatemala and. Western Honduras and so what that lady came across was just as confluence of both current Giro activity and a lot of debris in plastics coming out of many of those rivers and you know those plastics actually have an impact on the marine wildlife that we work with especially the sharks and raids we have found plastics in these animals and we're. We're concerned about that. But the biggest threats to sharks and rays in our region is actually fisheries and that's what we're really trying to work against and mitigate the threat from by encouraging people to take part in this incredible broad citizen science research explain the Citizen Science Project Yep. So, you know a lot of folks had these wonderful good counts. Everybody goes out for the Christmas Bird Count, or for example, Fiji as Kinda laid the past with their shark count in Fiji and everybody at a certain time of the year goes out and counts the shots, accounts surveys, and you know we thought here we still have considerable shark fisheries ongoing and now's including raise as well and yet at the same time. These animals are bringing absolutely millions in tourism. In fact, we did the survey and one of the things that we're trying to do is witness particular funding from world nomads. We're hoping that we'll. We'll be able to do this large scale deep analysis of this incredible survey that we've done with. So many visitors in believes about their perceptions on sharks and more. and. So what we're hoping to do is galvanized the tour operators guides all the tourists, many thousands of students that we have worked with and believes and get them out. They're counting the sharks in the race and feeding in the data and getting gaining a better understanding for hot spots for these animals and really showing their interest. Care and ultimately their support for their survival. So you'll the founder and executive director of the Mar. Lines. Can you tell us about that Marlins I created in two thousand and fourteen to be a nimble. And proactive international organization that would help to kind of defined opportunities to help conserve large marine wildlife. So sharks, rays, turtles, big CINTAS like group. Hamas. And other recreational important recreational. Many because they hold, they had the same life histories are very vulnerable to targeted phishing and and also important to the tourism industry. So now grown from some four people in two thousand fourteen when now eighteen, we are based in four countries. So belise Honduras Panama and West Africa Kate, Birdie and It's just been. It's been an incredible ride since two thousand fourteen we continue to grow and. You know were were logging quite a few successes in terms of our research in terms of our conservation work and more at one of our most recent successes actually as discovery of a brand new shark species. The Atlantic. Skill. Shark and. This is just Par for the course of the work that we do in. Mar. Lions. Okay. A big shocks Moshe. It's actually incredibly cute little big wide-eyed. We can send you the picture shock. and. I really to give a big shout out to our technical coordinator Ivy Barrymore. Deep Sea. Chart Project, because she's the one who hauled it up and tagged it and and really helped discover this animal. So is it fair to say that and I'll footprints network has been responsible for uncovering? A new species, of shock. I. Just wanted to. Be Able to give you that credit but not that The willamette shock. Yeah. The will. Go to nine. We could have nine to the exactly, but the footprints network has been, will you tell us how important to this particular project so it? So we're just starting out with this project with the foot pins. And world nomads and were absolutely excited. We have not reached our target funding yet, and because we don't like to raise expectations with the communities and the people we work with where waiting to reach our target funding and Ben, we can kick start this. This project and we're we're. Excited because as I said, we are finding new species we are discovering new behaviors and everything and. I, tell you. You never know what we're. GonNa find them what we might actually be able to describe credit to world. No Matt's if somebody's having three, the region they able to come in, give a hand or do you need people to come lot travels to come and help you out in any way? Absolutely. So basically anybody who comes to believes and is going to go and encountered to shots, they can go to the whole Chan Shark Way Ali the Lighthouse atoll off gladden spit any of the areas where diving snorkeling takes place. They can help in this large effort. I really am very proud of of being. A very proud of. Our country and I'm really really excited to get everybody else excited about sharks and rays here beautifully said on that night, we will share a link to Marlins and also this particular project with which has a bit of a Tico ever feel of how much the project is going to cost and how you can help him. Basically, how you can contribute is micro that donation off your mets insurance. It's been an absolute pleasure and I'm very grateful to everybody who goes and visits a world no matter site and chooses our contract to fund. So thank you. The world is starting to engage again feel. But before you buy insurance policy teenage check your government travel warnings in health advice, they might be no traveling prince for locations with the government travel ban or health advice against travel. Am I correct. You are indeed also don't forget to write share and subscribed the World Nymex travel podcast from wherever you get your favorite pods by the way weeping attitude eavesdrop it's free, I? IOS. APP that makes podcast searchable by uses will to the APP in and thanks for doing that strong. It's all there in China. It's next week. There has never been a better time to take advantage of working from high on the rides and we're mightly a chat with Linda. The CO founder of nomad stays say they invite Goes. Boundaries.

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GAA Postcast: Football and Hurling Tipping | Cork v Limerick | Waterford v Limerick

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GAA Postcast: Football and Hurling Tipping | Cork v Limerick | Waterford v Limerick

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Now, if you weren't listening last weekend, first of all shame on you and your punishment was missing out on a whole host of winners from patio. He tipped coma. Costlo anytime goes scorer. He tipped Michael Newman anytime goes gore. He tipped common score over thirteen plane five points. He tipped Mead minus seven and he tipped Craig anytime goes gore, and if that wasn't good enough. He also tipped Roscommon to reach the super eights, again, at a big price, which looks great value. So this is a man inform. It's worked while tuning in for the rest of the show to hear a potty or has to tip this week on as usual. We're going to kick off what our tree quickfire questions on the I treat are for you pod York, a number one as not, including Stephen Clugston, who is the best goalkeeper in. The business. It'd be a coin flip between Rory begging on our nine Morgan probably and to, to, to blaze are, are on Clarkson's heels. Tink overall all around goalkeepers probably nine Morgan. I'd say, okay, nine Morgan. I'm going to show Raymond Galligan in there. I think he's I think he's topped maybe not as good as them too. But he's almost there. I think he's accent. Okay. Number two. It's a draw match deep into injury time. Who do you pick the take a forty five meter free, Michael Murphy? Yes, I would agree. No. I think that's, that's a good choice. Number tree who is the most talented footballer. You have ever played with. So you played with some of the greats and meet football over the last decade or so. Who's the most talented footballer you've ever played Trevor Giles, I know. That's, that's very patriotic killed money ours. Yeah, it was very lucky. He was he was exception. It wasn't. He, he was he was just outrageously gifted like evidence latte for right force vision, brain you name it. He had all, yeah. Does a lot of does a lot of kids start playing football in screen because Trevor Joyce he was sterile. Okay. Patty heard, you're actually quickfire questions. How was last weekend from Patty para perspective on the football front? And what was your worst result yet, again, it was a really good reserves to tempt is just annoy everyone and say, Susan Susan, the gold would killed championship with with the same Lincoln speed and spitted. But it was actually Donegal. Johnny gone online sports in terms of, you know, in the grand scheme of things with small for you, because we were top rates may and getting them Beatles. Coin was pretty nice so user on a series on at the minute. Yeah. Going wehrley at stares at where normally we actually struggled in may just insane. We kind of with all these places, and close alone, plus handicaps get. Nope. It's, it's yeah, it's good for us. Okay. What was the biggest bet stroke Patty power last weekend. And who is it on? Yeah. It was well in four figures than somebody who's about five minutes into the mayo matching go you think it was. Yeah, it was a bit for grand on mail. One to seven. Unfortunately, four grand a male. AO at one to seven while I wonder what the tap fan. Did you see that the clip on Twitter with the fellow with the bag on his head to me? Oh, fun. Yeah. Different. No does a different breed of people MA. Oh, four foreground of one to seven or mayo. And it stayed and Patty parasol chose. Okay. Your final question potty Hearn was Addy interested in Dublin for deal airland after trashing of low did. They move in the market at all. And Saturday, even there was interest in one team. Give you guessed it was male, male. Yes. Again at sixteen couldn't get enough of them. It was Joe poli guard. Just do it just can't. They just can't be knocked and. Punters. Ic-. Put in perspective, here, you push to make sixteen to one off too much. Gimme the kind of the main Tibet the figures of the bats. What, what kind of Sophie you taken? Yes. So we'll go from the start of the year. So like Dublin who everyone is Tiffin to learn dR by far the most likely team now the shortest prices. No question about that. But we've taken a hundred and eighty six single Betson Doberman. We've taken one thousand six hundred forty eight bits and male stunt since we opened the mash to win the auburn's into the nineteen. So yet, that's it. That's been been insight into into punches Moines's. And that's why you still have a job. Okay. So there you go folks at moving onto this weekend's matches Saturday evening. It's all monster affair. We've got to Munster championship semifinals. I'm going to kick off our Porky ring. Seven o'clock on Saturday. Cork v Limerick, potty, her and can I get some prices on handicaps yet, one to twelve cards sixteen to win the draw Limacher fifteen to, to Kark money, seven, ten to eleven handicapped, proteins Limerick? Seven even morning, patio or walk. Can we expect from carcass summer? You never know what you're going to get from them is, they're going to be a more consistent car team to summer. I think there will be I am there's small rumblings that they've played a coupla challenge matches there in the last couple of weeks. And they've performed quite well. I think they played them back Galway, and I think they've played the jobs as well. And I'm expecting them. No to, to. Tro tro, the shackles off or maybe bounce back a little bit from their poor league form. And do you think you do you think car could beat the handicap? And I it's I think they will, I think they will think that the we weekend, it's going to be a chance for them to, to maybe, you know, as I said, the shackles off, maybe Etro caution to win the it'd be wetter dependence and this weekend. I think the weather is going to be pretty bad across the country. So it'll be tight, but I, I think they will be handicapped. Yeah. Are you agree patio her? And what are we going to expect uncork this year? Andy said, I mean, the device that are coming out a car ever since the end of league was that there will win, and they're gonna win and changes and on, that can still am in terms of longer term prospect. Like I just think they're going to need a bit of locating. They are going to get eaten by carry a duping third win this post. They get beaten by Kerry, and then they're looking for they're looking for helping that draw, you know, like there is a bit of danger in there. Now, obviously Monaghan Informatica drawn together, but mayo or still going to be there. There's going to be one of Donegal intro uncommon true is when so, like, I think the most likely they're like the biggest likelihood now is that they are going to be outsiders for asked preliminary quarter finals. So for them to get super I think they're aim would be super braids, and I think Rohan Cardi, B really happy. It would be a successful year for them considering the base. They're coming from when the last couple of years, but I'm a yeah, I wouldn't I wouldn't find him in that much. I think they're win on Saturday. Nice both the best bet that I saw was, I think like limited in translate, the gold trade against. Tapering taper open the book, new boss. I don't think Clark going to be odd much different really. Like I do think with Ian Corbett kind of bulletin and making these runs from Santa badly mcquaid create goal chances at the best bedtime the coupon ka-katrina both teams scored at MTA. So, yeah, I think I think carpet win and may not covered the seven hundred ninety. So cock to win. Both teams score a goal eleven days eleven to ten. Limited eleven tastes. Okay, patio rock. You are knocking the park last again with your best bets on the coupon. Kick us off with another winner here, and I think we'll stick with the goalscoring trash. I'm going to go with Brian. Hurley, anytime and core to win. I think that's roughly about five to two. I think you'd be the closest day Kark mounted two goals and is going to win. He might sneak goal nobody stuff. So Brian Hurley anytime goals on to win the match fights to petty power on. I'm going to keep it simple. And tip Kark minus seven at ten to eleven with Patty power. So the second Munster semi final is accused pack and NS at seven o'clock. It is clear, the Kerry, Ambati her, I presumed this all one way traffic in the market yet. Looks like it's an career sixteen to one Turtur trees, draw carry one to Asia touching pedantic and even money, Claire, ten to eleven carrying handicap chosen into one patio rock are carried the closest thing we have right now to know there. Their defense is too shaky to, to compulsively. And do you think that's something that's gonna even prevent a maybe from even get into an alarm final might they exists in the super aids. Perhaps. Yeah. I think so. And if you look at if you look at job lot, nor are you look at Tyrone, are you look at mayo, you could nearly pig four or five of the defense, we can we go to where they're gonna play with Kerry, like you're seeing tight Morley in fullback, Jack Sherwood's, Evan centreback? No Paul Murphy's, not start and he could be hurt. Don't know what the story is, you know, the, the carry defense seems to be Louis they're still trying to find out about led Senate. They're trying to try them in area around the championship, which isn't isn't ideal. So you're thinking the Kerry might not reach the island semi-finalists here. I don't think so. No. Oh, that's a big shout, putty, hearner you as pessimistic about Kerry's, two thousand nineteen campaign. I think it all depends on who they come down against in off their play real defensive-minded team. Like all the way I do think they are going to struggle booklet, like if they can kind of get a super it's group would have been for interest. I think the most interesting thing from last weekend. Is that it looks very, very likely. If mayo do go on a road, and if they get to the super aids on, if caller when legs refs in there, but it looks like the super group on that site is going to be Dublin Galway and mayo, which would kind of free off a couple of other teams to come into the Kerry site of even though they are going to have all strategic but it came into the waiter owner pain, eighteenth, echoed, actually end up being pretty decent matchup for Kerry, unless they going to go back to the old fence of ways that they have been employing in the last couple of years, I wouldn't be so pessimistic. I think they're all were score enough to really give teams a lot to think about I would imagine that they to the learn and semi final. It's again like the defense is a big worry, but I think they're get semifinal right? You. Okay. I'm opponents want to know is now it's all about here. No are carry going to cover the Turkey. Point handicap, there was a bit of a difference between this and the disc actually Damian wasn't wasn't last kind of more agent towards declare sites. I think it's going to be very hard for clearly the Berkeley, killing sexy on their main score is gonna key kind of wanted to go with American. He's tipped away from the pendant for the summer and you have to be scoring more than coins against Wofford to be anywhere competitive against the big teams. And you have to be scorn more like they didn't score for thirty one minutes in that game, which would be massive worry for me, so he would be on the Kerry site of. And just in the party's been doing really well anytime go score bets anything, Stephen O'Brien might be ninety two goals gore Beijing this as well. He's three to one and he's, he's a he's on the league, finding and believe in general the last couple of years three life football to. Okay. So Stephen O'Brien anytime goals gore, has potty, her and stolen your tone their hair patiarch. No, I'm going to play it safe on on gopher a goal score. But go for Paul Gainey anytime and Kerry to win. He be closest carry forward to the goals. And he's a he's a great way for goals for fifteen days. Okay. So fifteen tastes Paul Gainey to score a goal on for Kerry to win the match. So moving on swiftly to Sunday's action and probably the most exciting game, we're going to see this weekend in football terms is a clone. It's four o'clock on Sunday. It's Cavin v. Armagh Patty Hearn. This is a really interesting one. Let's hear some prices on handicaps yet for six Kevin fifteen to withdraw thirteen data even money Kevin minus one time to Cup journals. Eight A-plus won't even money on. Okay. Paddy O'Rourke ice strongly strongly, strongly fancy Armagh here on my wrong. Good of a show. Yeah. I won't be surprised now tall if armoured twin Cavaco coma Nina's favorites won't suit them on a tink, your mind and goals is costly. I think he'd he's, he's a Iraq and Mr. Gallaghen. Oh, wow. Okay. I think he's pretty solid. No, his kick, I say against his kids against Monaghan and Paul Cavanagh under pressure, especially just after half-time. And that's I think if Fairmont can push up and put them under pressure, he's, he's not able to, to find the sideline a few times. And I just just just something about my just warm to Matale. Okay. Okay. We'll have to beg to differ there at Patty heard with this. I'm out in the reason all you think they could cause an upset here is because they're still a play the kick the ball so much it's going to be completely different tests for Cavin here. Reno Neil I was exceptional, and in the win over down. And I just taught the fact that they've got all star win after backs. It's could gather huge. Momentum. I talk for my man on I just think right now at the prices, I think they're far better value than Kaverner. Funny thing. Did the weather's gonna have a huge impact on this gains? If you look at all over the weekend, like if you look at killing us on Sunday looks like it's going to be kind of raining, and showers all day long and there's gonna be a wind and I don't think that's going to suit tall like in general terms. I think if this was, you know, look. Complete somewhere kind of weather and if it were had the chance to kind of kick passed away throat the whole game. I think they would have trampled eighteen like, I think the draw is a runner, but I would actually the way it's kind of going in the way the Cavin play like where should have been studied against own a coupla paint. Even in extra time, again they just kind of went back. They just. Over the line to Samarra, once they actually dig it over lane. I think that's a big thing. Yeah, that's true. And I'd stay would be slow sort of worried though. Like a you kind of want to see a key team kicking on in that regard as well. If they're going to Kevin we're very, very good against at-at against one and oversee panel. That's very much together and they're going the right way. Bodus matchup is going to pay a huge thing as as park. Fox was very good dealer day. Like he might he'd probably stay in MAC, Jan Jamie Clark. But it wouldn't be sprayed to see him if we know kind of drifts off the field and cause trouble donate. So he could follow him over as well. The one thing I would say, as well if you look at the goals that are American seeded like they'd seem very susceptible to a high ball in there as well. If you wanted. Yeah. Like if you wanted a troll. Well, like ultra goes, even the donor O'Hare when was kind of a long enough ball in and he was he just wanted. It was just one and laid off. So if you want to trauma, Garrard's mckernan enduring Cosby academy Lynch, pagent, like our mayor going to have a beta trouble dairy, tink, which just just the way the story the Kevin players wells, Ataur cavern over one and a half goals was a betas as well. I think that's about two to one and just all three goals were just. It just looked like they'd never seen before. Our man fully buckling when it came in the first day, so it'd be slightly worried in that regard. Okay. Very interesting. So could be goals in the menu for Cavin Patty Aurore. What step best bent on the coupon here and caviar Ma I think, Cav of minus one, m that's even money. And don't tell me that. Yeah, yeah, I think the weather's going to play huge role in this and at the factors Cavin mastered, Monaghan in the same type conditions in, in breath ni that they'll be able to do it again on Sunday. Oh my God. Okay. Well, I think you're wrong. I think thirteen tastes is a crack and batch boss, as we've learned from the last few weeks, patio Roka's bean spot on with his tip. And so far from me to say that he is going to be wrong to the final clash on Sunday is the land star senior for Trump jump-jet quarterfinal replay between Longford ankle Lear tree o'clock O'Connor park after draw last weekend, putty, what we are the prices. It's wants to clear the drills fifteen too long for ninety four clear mines to ten to eleven hundred get your nines, and close to even patio Roque, surely be to God. They get the job done this time. We're let. Yeah. I think so. I think it was kind of what it was a wakeup call. They needed I think this this weekend you could see them win flavor six points. Okay. So you'd be pretty strong. You think the learn from the Nador pure against Wicklow too. Yeah. We started off the podcast air few weeks ago. And we talked about is care McGee last year would are my, I think it's definitely O'Neill's last year in there. I think he's kind of ran his cO Orson on whatever he can get them to achieve this year will be a bonus. And I think for for the play group on the population while he's on. Shrugged. Some clubs are I think he needs to begin a stronger on a barium on the pitch weekend. We go. Yeah. Certainly I'd agree with that. So your best bet on the coupon is. And it'll be clear minus two. That's that's date for me. Calera Moina's to ten to eleven I completely agree, and Patty Hearn. Are you going to make it a hat-trick twos? Head to eleven. Yeah. He think so generally the favorites. Learn more from these drawn games if you look back over the years, and, and I think I don't think career any great shakes. I don't think they're going to have a long similar rent, and like that, but I think they they brought Jimmy Highland off the bench last week to, to kick to from place. So he keeps going to start as when the most interesting thing about the thing about this game or just mentioned American. We have site like it can go to a penalty shootout. So that would make me the history. But I think you have to go through an extra time, then two more fight periods of extra time. So it's like it's two hundred and fifty to one the pair, if you went to one of them to qualify independent shudo's, but I think the best way, I think, again, what you find in these reprints high-scoring replaced, the score generally comes down both teams. Learn a lot from us. So we didn't go under thirty four and a half points could be the bashes down here, especially with the weather the way it's like to be that could be go. Bet as well. So we're thinking Calera gonna win. Kobe lower scoring then expected. So now it's time for our best pets of the weekend in the football championship will be to patiarch. Let's hear as everybody is waiting patiently. Your best bet of the weekend is hall Gainey anytime Kerry win fifteen as lovely. Really stuff. Patio heard, I'm going to go Clark to win. And both teams to score golden Karkin Limerick dilemma as excellent. And I would be going for our math to be Kevin at thirteen date with Patty power. I'm Patty her, and we have this special on the website, every week, the G pod podcast, not treble will be enhanced on the potty power site. Is that right? Absolutely efforts OPEL and Herlin area. We've been hence them accident accent stuff. So that's eight for this weekend's football chaff. Join us in park to where we'd be joined by Aidan Fogarty and Patty Hearn for all the hurling action, friends, or maybe more twenty create free bed for every friend who refer to Patty power. Thanks to our friends with benefits program. Log into your Patty, power account and share your referral link to get started terms and conditions apply. AJ plus began to dot org. Yes. Welcome back to this week's g post cast in association with Patty David Jennings from the race. And post that impair to we are joined by eight and Fogarty. I'm once again, by patio Heron from our sponsors, potty, power. And those of you who listen last week would have known that the lads predicted a real tight game in peer stadium between Wexford and Galway. And of course, it did end in a draw as potty, her on Aidan Fogarty kinda predicted. I think you're potty, our best bet of last weekend was a draw or either teams four points. So you got that, right. So stay tuned here with the loud. Fancy in this weekend's action in their pumper weekend of action in the Munster championship. But before then that's have a tree quickfire questions on the first year for you. Aidan Fogarty number one after seeing Galway last weekend. How far will they go in this year's learned race? Didn't look great at all the dismal really open that open solitaire. Golly were with off the air. Yeah. I can blame you a win. It's always been the insult hill, but tour missing freeze from Turkey the ads and just just pull away each injured as well. How many ways and even the even the, the game is sent it just never never took off on. I'm an advocate for next. You can't defend that talk very bad, Abbott back to a question. Why don't it going forward? I think there's an awful lot of improvements in the, the flat at the, they're a bit leaderless. Joe counting is the ease for public next game as well. But I think the picking of the team hall donating he's got away from what they were good at in all when we get to the and competing at the top level, the Dogo going direct, and we're playing to their strengths are kinda cool. These Jason's Flynn for far lane and Georgia juggling for the highest and they're just kind of over planned to sharp ball small biz and trying to find the fees, but it didn't seem to get answer on his team to make it to a semi finding, and I think there's an awful lot of. Improvement to get to get there to get their team proper the satchels of Kuni star, Johnny Glenn. I get the forward sticking over unfolding leaders as well. Jason fleeing a night work not taking over at the like they were before attending the same type of a harder. If you know what I mean, and, you know, it's very band, but not enough to work on nineteen deaths positive fire jolt, handing is a serious loss there, cintas, they'll make it to the semi final stage. Okay. So semi final exit potentially caller number two who is the best defender in the modern game. In the modern game. So hard defenders, it's the way the game is gonna softball in the past lamb look, it's very haircut past parked. Math Tipperary in always a household name. I think his aerial ability. He's leaderships for Tipperary is defending qualities as well. You know, he gets the hulk he gets the block in talking about defenders suppose I always look to maybe James Laney never stood out when y'all. Did actually stand up. He's defended. His flicks is hoax in order to spin the right position to right claim and always there for dealer defender runner pressures tickets, I'd take 'em passing on the Tipperary over the years weren't going where the park mayor all still and always lead from your phone channel and the super harder. But also just on that as when without saying own O'Donnell from Dublin four back, and he's probably, and the that wouldn't be associated into one of the best defenders, both leave watched him the last two years now on. He has been excellent. And a lot of good herders has got to influence followed got very, very little change. He saw is twenty three he's Atlantic. You know, he's out in front ease Brit. Busy and only forty publicly with Doberman he'd be on any other team. His name would be in the in the high. Nice a bit more Austin, but the fact is, is David out outdoors is still young boys. Definitely wanna talk to eighteen in ams, rather fallout, yet, going forward, he's named Daffy. Yeah. Wouldn't fancy spit on him. He's number three. I like this one. What was the worst telling of Brian, Cody ever gave you an what was a four? Bring twenty ten DJ. I was all comes Oakland last the first light. Yeah. Rain like never go through yet in phones, achiever like you never, never like in a team scenario you never call the I was reading obviously, during the maximum heat bath at half claim the often said, like, come on. Come on can get in the game. You know, open a walkway, her get out get out with a box law. It's kind of a more of a team equal tra- teams. Nario morsel a player saying that is not good enough at a team performance and changes will be made and he doesn't care about stars. Those cattle herders years. Was often left let off the teams players more so nizing on the only team I've ever seen. Brian, Cody poetry orders is actually at twenty to twenty five or plan. Limited in qualifying incentive stadium and winning what weren't playing win. And the humans investment half claim still dope. Their candidate says to get go on tour to sit down and eventual everyone of the team soaps in coups of more potential better performance needed not hurt into her ability, and I'm you sit in at the end of the on the bench and the navy's coming up lane. All my God. What's he going to say to me, all locally Euclidean off is actually fan when this day and you came into me kind of stopped and said you're doing okay? And then he went on again, backs off everyone ends. We'll take an absolute piss me because I was calling pension today. That was the only time. In front of people forget. Golden child. You must have been the golden child for that one day. DJ. Still ir nodoze, okay? Putting your, your three quickfire questions, number one last weekend from Patty payer's perspective on the hurling front. What was your worst result and feel free to close all you want? Oh, you haven't load away. There was only one game really that doesn't matter. You know what I was turned over anyone Utah? That was to expert game. And we the draw was very good results. I think if, if Wendy Guay of Colorado, when the handicapped we would've cost few creative Wexford win the match we last few quid, but the draw was kind of pleased, everyone at caller supporters. I think. Yeah. Absolutely. Number two, and of a feeling it was a few big big bet stroke last weekend. What was the biggest best stroke, Patty, Perrine, the hurling championship last weekend? And who is it on? I'd imagine you're inundated with support for all the where were you? There was a good bit. Right. It wasn't it wouldn't apology over those four favorites and pretty much forgotten the culprit of accuse in there is where the to fight, but there was one bet some fed ahead in play too. Stood twin five and a half grand on Wexford. He backgammon player. I think he was joined the first half and I would say that poor diverse very, very lucky because they really really show to win the match and leave you. So that was we were looking to go with that one. I think I would suggest that with somebody at the match realizing Joel stay strong. The wind was at imagine. Blown into the scene salty. Let's imagine who is it. Okay. And finding number try what team is the worst loser for putty? Parody otros market for DR an intern and championship. It was before the championship in its continued to be Limerick. So we still have people we stood of believers are gonna nibbling away. So in Waterford were the two biggest losers. We've seen a huge upsurge in Tipperary supporters after the last two games, but limb record stayed with the worst result by a bit of a distance at the minute. Okay. I think is the beekeeping this and thus brings us nicely into this, weekend's action and a couple of key games in the most are heard in championship. Two o'clock walls park on Sunday. It is Waterford v Limerick. Some prices on handicaps threes. Patty, yeah. One for two hundred three to ten the draws nine to number four to nine Waterford close. Tree is ten to eleven hundred eleven to one limit trees, even money. I'm potty her. And is this ridiculous to think that Limerick might not even get out a monster? It certainly not ridiculous. So it's, it's straighten limited pick him. Shatter, eighty like, we, we have to fight to six that they're not going to qualify from the group from one to and size and it's. It looks like this weekend is a massive massive game for them. They're going to have to win. So I think if they don't win they're really, really under pressure. They've cleared come into. Into the gate of crowns, and then they have to go to tip it looks it might be again the tip qualified, but the likelihood is probably won't. And even if they have does know, Drovers in the Munster championship, like if they have to go to Tipton for firms or tablist, you'll be going to knock the mode as well. So it's it's going to be tricky, but I think they're going to get back in the horse and win this weekend, and that, that Jeffy get them. But the whole, I think. Aidan Fogarty Waterford, have their backs to the wall at their two. Defeats it with two, and there was so much wolf pack talk going into the championship in the fact that they fought so hard to get home advantage. They look very good there in the league and have day kick in them. They must have some sort of kicked must be some sort of something in Waterford, that's going to make sure it or not walk over on Sunday. Yeah. I think I think it will be kicking them. I think to performances today has been poor and you know, I think they sit down Joan week and it's probably not even about harder. I don't think. The match up to Nimick but I think it'll come down to maybe just dementia stay on the hard work, and the grain and the absolute nasty to get out there, actually get results in your home patch so in terms of a cake, I team Debbie just settle properly, I think, to be really hard be giggling into act tacking laser be underlain in altered during the corner, and strike home and take Zimmer at the better player on the, the better plan. I think or wasp perspective, the change over from Graf the fanning, I think has happened in the fact they're not dictating their own game plan on teams and then fall in the way towards the end of the game. Lori leaders in the team in all Kevin Moore was all lead farm, and he's paying being back midfield. Now, the Latin leadership opened the FARs Austin, Greece is in no of the plan very individual. But it's sending does a kick in with not enough beat Limerick on, on Sunday. So I didn't think too, there's more than slimmer team. I think that one game that women, the Benneton navy got a bit of a shock. Kick up the stair against against Arkansas. This is not going to be easy. I think clearly Shuna Thursday. To bring him back down to earth and all that ready for this game because basically if give Limerick win this game on Sunday. I think they won't get almost. Donzel gone. Yeah. I think this is a massive massive game for Limerick, potty, her and how much we. When us a price note this game. How was a price before limits defeat Takhar and after? We've kind of taken on this year to praise up every game before the price all up to start the championship and then just kind of work away. True. So it actually I think there was a bigger move with this from flawed for its first day. Oh against Clare more. So, so, I think it would actually would have been priced equipment slightly bigger rating before to Walter clear game. And then they obviously came in when we weren't impressed with water for that. And it didn't move all that moisture has to save from the car game. We ever see just looked at it in terms of car came really good performance limit or a little bit. And they were definitely below form. But then at the same time in the same evening watt for did goal and they were don't fourteen men and all the rest, but they're gonna hammered by seventeen points is what so that was kind of two teams on both in a given day, the kind of kinds of each other out for by performances. So really after car came it didn't it didn't move on that more. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I suppose the fact the Caulker going to win the airland deposit too. Bad result for Limerick when when you look at it that way as oppose. And right now it's time to cut to the chase eight focus who's going to win employee. Yeah. I think Limerick because to be game on, I think maybe the big matches now with a yet Aaron series last year, Senate getting over to semi play and getting over to that they know how to win. I think you know that there are under serious pressure. And I think they didn't have the best panel in the country. And I think a few change I think he needs to the play. Shame Fleming on full forward in all he the detain Peter case you think just change up. Our same as good for me, not show. It was what was kind of a Fokker paint and the buddies or whether the playoff and these labs vocabulary plan often underpins strength, though, think just go back to basics for Limerick and come up with a re errors, and that's the way back in new. And I think on the handicap, minus three at evens is good. Okay. So it's Limerick Moina's tree for eight and four t for putty Hearn. Limerick as well. And the main reason they think what did you come down to two is at Wofford scores going record in the last couple of games have been very, very poor? They've only scored one goal in last five games that was them in that leaks may find against that was in that league semifinals against Galway. So I think they're really really struggling in front goals. They don't seem if any ball winners, eight or so. That's what you think break was kind of has to come back in winter. He's, you know free as facially Ussery or wetter, seventy minutes or not like he he needs to be there for good with through to win amenable. And so the bed, I think we're going to win one better. You'd see. It's really really going to be hired to, to get these tank is limited scored the first goal and wind match. We have it on site in lend ten and, yeah, I think I'd say, that's probably the best Bill that weekend to be. Okay. Okay. That's interesting at Limerick to get the first goal and to win the match. And I noticed that one of my tips last week in the race and post that I think Patty paranoid got wrong did just get stung a toll for me to get the first goal against Carollo is much bigger than everybody else. Unless, no, it was a few Quinton that Israel and oversee putty or activity mcnew. So that was a Wm meteor think, okay? So it's Limerick all the way for Aidan Fogarty an Patty her. And I think that could be kicked. Damore verd-. I taught twenty three to ten wasn't a bad value, given the record at watch park and given who poorly they played against Clermont said, only beaten by a point. So moving onto four o'clock accusing park in on Sunday. It is clear against a revitalize Tipperary site hotel uses this in the Benton putty. Yeah, it's very clear. Sixty five draws to tip our ten to eleven so it's clear, close one five to six hundred jobs tend to join us at eleven to ten. Aidan Fogarty has it happened again. Are we once again being fooled by this Tipperary side? Everybody is talking about them as Ireland. Contenders new favorites. We've been here before half-time, we willed, our bubble bursts when they face a real challenge. Yeah. Lauder definitely be bidding talked about even in rural county in here in it there, deplorable and that's only go into the bad news for Tipperary at our team themselves. That's what the dole won it in the media, and he talked. Well, I don't think I think during the different this year, and the reason is because of maybe she D anno shea Cheetos bring a Steelers to ground them. Does he can unintended look be realistic about the car on a day for the didn't perform on the author team was trying to find farm at pool at this stage? So realistically have been tested on dancer is probably not. And that's why this game on Sunday, eighteen is going to be for office and the shipping Tippin Claire, traditionally, don't get on off the field are on the cell is going to be skiing. Hair Flaine tink, the match ups. The mattress are vital. It will believe that Tipperary the fight a roving role. I kind of always moving into a tink, we'll became was. Get MetroPCS rice and confidence to just follow your man, all over the Verity goals, sixty five follow mental defenders ambassador will in Tacoma in past sixty five. You take a man, a new hit him hard on. I think that's what you have to do to Tipperary knocked her followers off. So he because if you're alone there back to give positive balls or ours, they will destroy you. But they haven't been his have yet, and that's what he's expecting clear to do on Sunday. And you did earlier on in their podcast series. Tip Claire as the best value as alarm winners. Are you still thinking that Claire could be kind of dark horses in the McCarthy race? I do. Absolutely. Wofford and looked let their lead slip and care has a tendency to do that when they're ahead. They take the full off the gas in the nineteen back into the fall today's. But if you look at their followers if you look at dog, and Kenny, Noah, Donner common Collins series series falling, if get it set off the probably the only backdrop to them is their backs back. I think the need of it more stealing them. Their smallish their nippy backs and that's the game. They're playing they're plan. Maybe a shower in, but they can mix the bolt way is eighteen eighteen they can go along with continent dog in their big men. They can win the ball on the likes of Donald in around, you know, scrape breaking ball. Get scores on very close to semi semifinal, next year to read extra time and just came up shar and you talked about Claire building and progress in all this, these guys incumbent to age now. It's this year or your after, you know, on the is Bill process is over farm. So I still think the good outside inspired dent. You don't have to be a big statement to take down tip on Sunday to do. It certainly would. I'm sure does people listen here potty Hearn on debut saves themselves tip popping up -solutely amazing in two games so far to be flawless. Kate mass of scores scores that couple of years ago, we never taught would exist with two teams of a similar ability on the people saying, hey, honored are Tipperary notched shorter in the market was there, much of a discussion after the huge wins in Patty empower tower say in, you know, Jesus, we have to be careful here, which hip Harari are kind of saying, right? We don't know for sure if the world beaters they looked in the first two games is that there's a Falah case to be made for temporary being shorter. Isn't there? A lot of our punters thinks, oh, and there's a lot of people out there that certainly tinkers, and they would have been as it was explained from the last time during the match than just straight after the other games, they would been clown into temporary for this and the Arab loser for us for it or for the game furrows. So what we would have done this kind of discourse in between games and discuss it after games and looked at it and just said, okay, when you know we're going there to innocent in the really hard place to go this week. I just tried to quantify what that actually meant in terms of numbers and stats and stuff. So you look at Tartu game since we'd say the start to two thousand seventeen with league and championship Clare in division, one, a deflate eleven games and in one ten of them they lost one game in the two thousand seventeen league to toward their average winning margin at home. In all those games in league and championship has been five points when they've gone on the road and played away from home, their average diff- their, their total. Average is losing figure, and it's nearly minus four. Points. So you're looking at the difference between home and away game for clear to be argued being one game could be up to eight points, just judging by the number is known you're looking at them scoring twenty five points in average at home when they go away, they're only scoring twenty points. Like when people talk about Anna's NS is a massive advantage in the numbers coming back that up. Now, if you look over at the tips, though, he does went temporary are masters at hammering teams they've played what in seventeen wins over in that same time period. Dipping eighteenth by Toby figures, and then the being two more teams by nine points. The haven't been a team by one or two points, inst- the alert and semi final when they beat Galway in two thousand sixteen. So this is really taper is absolutely acid test last riyal Arslan champions have proved that you're gonna have to win at least one game by one point there against wins. All are not the seventeen point hammers against Wofford if taping go out and prove it, then they're absolutely on. Does it real containers? And there is a bit of a difference in mindset, and there's a stronger mental. Kind of preparation, meant you wouldn't Indies in within these players. But that, like, they're, they're really coming up against massive numbers here, so taper ones to we're going to be trying to hold. We're going to try and get them the bag and it's going to be like it should be and punters head with ten or fifteen minutes left if this game has never Dan player just going to be getting shorter and shorter. Because with that in his crowd, it's going to be very, very difficult for tape, and it's going to be reassigned that they've matured ahead of a lot of data come true in a shot in a tight game like that patio Heron you would put the lads on the Sunday game to shame. That is watch it called proper heart and analysis. That's why people listened to the racing post GI podcast brilliant stuff, and Patty iron onto back it all Patty. No, I want the best bet on the coupon. So in that vein. I tink Claire, Claire by wanted three points, four to one like it doesn't it'd be very, very surprised if Claire, kind of kicked on and did what they did to Limerick eleven points or the Nastya one three points clear for two thousand eighteen thirteen to the big game and shaneco done. That was so impressive him Waterford considering he'd missed out, and a lot of hurling and apart from a couple of challenges, he wouldn't have had a proper her name game and moans, and he's eight to, and I quote, he's fifteen hundred anytime nineteen Keith seats, twelve to one from end the matched does liberal bigger out there. But I think there's going to be a big kick out of ashamed done lovely so it's Shannon O'Donnell Lovin far patio. Hern Aidan Fogarty. Hey, do you see this well known? Yeah. I think they're going down to mentality versus, and I think what far see shipper area is in tansy. Sunday, going to maybe come up against a team that was really gonna hit him Howard. I think he's gonna be high school on game both the far off Tipperary have done already talked about the clarifiers van ads. Potential on both sides. So I'd say I will be over fifty five points at fight six. Nothing's. We'll be very high scoring game thought about this lovely over fifty point five points for Aidan Fogarty, think flare might just need this. When I think this could be this. Kobe assign of tanks Tecom potentially later in the year for Tipperary care at home, when Patty her and gives you that in-depth analysis it makes you wonder whether temporary value at all. Okay. To final match. This weekend is Carollo versus Doberman, SRI Kloten net net. Watch column park on Sunday and just how short are Dublin and some handicap prices, Patty. Yeah. Yeah. Carolina Raton, seven to one draw is fourteen to one hundred one to ten Carlos. As is ten to eleven hundred Castro's eleven to one and Dublin minus ace is even money. So all listeners would want to know Aidan Fogarty as will Dublin beat that a point handicap. And I don't think so. I just had a theme that may be capital or public even for this game all along to the year. Home game Cairo against the started off the championship plan Galway and the week after having the blanket candy, which I was going to take its toll on any team team is when he coming up from the mcdonagh Mogollon cop into into the series cited hangs on. I think maybe that leak from the gall began to head injuries and Bobby maybe didn't know how recovery mentally, like it's very drainage come up against the golden and play candy after. So. I think it'll be a better seed far Doberman. And if it look at home and don't really score goals and back backs. The dolphins back. So very good followers, let them down waiting Doberman. Doctor doom, really have the firepower to actually beat them by night, nine or ten pints, and I think catalog really going to stick to in. And, and try and believe them says that's actually gonna try take this open team now planned out when either and we'll be, again the carnival targeting selecting the handicap, I don't think going down the government and says, okay, so it's Carlo close eight for eight and Fogarty, which side are you on here potty agree? If you look at the league and the beat least by two points to be turned six day they did beat awfully by twelve foot. That's an awfully with you know, since God read their management and had a bad league. So I don't think that the jobs are an incredibly used to kind of Heimer teams Kylo. I was very impressed them against Kenny because they were absolutely hammered like they were they were gone after five ten minutes in that game. And they stated kind of battled and can plug in a way in that match? So I think didn't stay within the agent. Okay. So it's going to be a big day for Carlow Herlin potentially. It's going to be between Carlow and Dublin, according to our two experts. So now it's time for the best bits of the weekend in the hurling championship. This will be right. Patty her, and we have to come to you. I try to make the double after last weekend. What is your best bet at the weekend? Limited score. The first goal in the win eleven to ten I'd be very surprised if that Gotcha. Okay. So Limerick scored a first goal and win at eleven to ten eight and four t. Yeah. He's talking to declare game, personally, think share with are going to pay this or else. I think every tip at its wanna draw is a bit risky. But out, I think a draw will be down on this again. Oh and Fogarty lobster straws. And I'm going to go for Carlo plazas and don't forget the racing post g a podcast treble will be enhanced on the potty parasite for all our listeners, so have a look and I'm sure it would be a nice juicy. Got nearly be a tree figure price for listeners. So that's it for this weekend show, folks. Mike Tyson, Patty Arocca. Join us impact wound for football chest. Thanks to eight and four t I'm Patty her and from our sponsors, Patty power. IB David Jennings. Don't forget to join us next week checkout, Pat rewards club simply place, five bets have ten pounds or more across any sport in a week. And you'll get a free ten pound bet then next week teens. He's applying eighty plus begun to talk at farmers insurance, renew the sound of a perfect hot air, balloon landing and a less than perfect one. Click for more. Underwritten by farmer's truck. Fire insurance exchange center. Affiliates products not available in every state.

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#246 - Family RV Volunteer Travel

This Week in Travel

56:53 min | 1 year ago

#246 - Family RV Volunteer Travel

"This weekend travel this show the talks to some of the most interesting and notable travelers in the world is well as providing useful tips and actionable information. Now, your your hosts Uriarte Chris Christon in gen Leo. Remember? Every travel. Hello, everyone and welcome to another episode of this week in travel. My name is guaranteed. I'm coming to you from a freezing cold, Minneapolis, Minnesota where this morning, it was twenty five below Fahrenheit. And I think that it's thirty three below those of you in metric land so-called that you could throw boiling water up into the air. And it would freeze before it hit the ground and people have been doing that. And taking video of it. Because it's highly entertaining with me again as usual the man the myth and the legend the golden throat, Mr Chris christianson. I'm doing very well. But I can go out on the yard and pick fresh oranges. So it's a little warmer here. Yeah. Well, you know, someone once asked prince why he lived in Minneapolis. And he said the cold weather keeps the bed people away. And I have a feeling right now that the crime rate here is pretty much zero because nothing's happening. I went out last night, and it was like twenty something below. And there were no cars on the street. I I went to a drive through to get something to eat. And the woman at the drive thru is dressed in a parka and gloves on the hand the food to me. Oh my gosh. That's crazy. You're sighing in the background is of course, Geno. Leo who lives in the land of extreme weather, San Diego, California. For the San Diego temperature, sixty degrees Fahrenheit, write-down, Gary. We're the temperature where the weather goes from nice to really nice. Gary. Visit Gary what I wish I could make some hot chocolate right now. But other than that, what can you even fly out if you wanted to like are the airport shutdown what happened on that kind of coal annoying? It doesn't hurt. The I flew in yesterday. When you fly any flight the temperatures at like thirty thousand feet are cold anyhow, much, colder than this so planes can operate. No problem. You may have to take more time de icing, but the truth is when it gets this cold, it's always super clear skies, right because the cloud service insulation. So on the coldest days, the it's really clear, so you don't get any precipitation. It doesn't snow. The biggest problem is wind sometimes, but you know, there's been some win. But it hasn't been too bad. I guess although northern Minnesota two days ago. I think they had wind chills that got over seventy below. But what about the staff on the tarmacs? While then they just have to bundle up, I guess, but they closed the schools they closed. They did close a lot of. But not all businesses depending on what it is like all road construction. All that stuff has stopped. And believe it or not it's gonna go from. I think the low yesterday was minus twenty eight Fahrenheit and on Saturday. It's expected to be almost forty degrees. Fair night. So we're gonna have a temperature swing of almost seventy degrees in a matter of like four days. So how long would it take somebody to start their car? So normally what you'll see in this climate is people will have an engine block heater the plug there. Right. So they have a if you see someone that has a cord sticking out the front grille of their car. That's when it's four, and what that does is it just is a heating coil that goes around part of the engine block to keep warm, and I had a college roommate who came from Fairbanks Alaska, and he told me that in some winters. They would just never turn off the car. It would just let it run an idol overnight. Don't. I know our ways are very different to you. But yes, yes. Yeah. I just I have no experience in this at all. So it's fascinating to me. And it's a little scary. And a little exciting all at once. You should go up and experience it just to say that. I have a couch. You can sleep on. But do you have a five layer jacket or something that I could take on that walk outside? Gary just told us that he went outside and his face her. Wha what do you wear Gary? Oh, so I have a jacket that I one actually in a photo competition a few years ago, it's a polar jacket that's used like at the south pole. So it's a goose down, and it was made in Russia, custom. So it's like a thousand dollar jacket, and it's really expensive. It was actually a good price to get. And so I'll wear I can wear that. I have other like extreme cold weather gear that I've taken up to Manitoba when I was photographing polar bears and stuff like that. So yeah. In this case, I mean, it was only minus ten so I just sort of it was two blocks away. So I didn't put on boots or anything. I just put on the hat and stuff and sorta toughed it out. Mazing anyways. This is not this week in cold. It's this week in travel and our guests this week's warn and Karen Vinny Del that I get that. Right car in Benetton's. If you get it, right? They from our travelling family dot com in traveling is spelled wrong. They accidentally. L? But we'll forgive them. They've been living with their family out of a camper van for quite a while in the UK about to go on a big trip. Welcome to the show guys. Thank you so much guys. Thank you, and you guys. So we record this on Skype. We usually just do it on audio. But when you called up y'all had your video turn on. We kinda saw you guys are in your camper van right now. Right. Really? Really we are. And we went on putting the video on the dishes line, the background the wine bottle, it is evening here in in the UK just to let you know. Yeah. We on a caravan. We've been here for the lost seventeen months. A really really tiny space full five people two cats and a dog. But I think we've done a pretty good job. So far, we're working through his. Yeah. Over four. We're going to talk to you guys some more or let's do a few news stories this week when it's cold out. One of the things you can do to keep warm is to move, and there was a woman. Taiwan found a pretty clever way to move. She was going through a customs checkpoint at an airport in the island of Kinmen, and she had twenty four gerbils strapped to her legs skirt. I just I'm curious about the logistics of this. But ethics. How does one strap? So I assume it's twelve gerbils pert leg. Six on each side of your leg. However, were they scrapped where there's a little gerbil leash a gerbil harness where it is one little gerbil pocket. Did you see the picture what? Yeah. There's a pitcher. But there's a barrel full of gerbils. I'll on each other. And then I yeah, I didn't. I'm squirming at the thought I can't. I mean, are you a magic what that must feel like? I mean, they gotta be trying to right around in the bucket. They look all cozy, but they have to be moving to some extent. And the thought of that happening. On my legs on. Not couldn't. Someone asked Richard Gere at he said, he was impressed. Oh, I'm glad Jen. Got it. Yeah. I think I'm bad old. I think I'm that old. But oh, but they look like they're in these little breathable sacks. Yeah. So that is how that's how they weren't moving around so much one of the things we've always appreciated about this show is there's always weird stuff going on. This segment of the show is never that hard to find something in you, always think will never gonna top that one. Whenever gonna top this one. But maybe we will. Hold my beer. Our next story. So this is actually this. The story has been a on the news quite a bit in the last week or so of this British family, and my apologies to the British people on this show, not necessarily a reflection of all British travelers. Point out there where actually originally South African full of the story. Okay. So this family has been working their way across New Zealand just being a horrible along the entire way not paying bills leaving a mess. Just just everywhere they've been going, and it became like a big media hit where the media started following these people around and eventually they got deported. And it's amazing that somebody could be so horrible that one you become a media sensation in two. They then kick you out of the country. I can't I wanna have them on the show. Behavior. We support. We definitely don't support it. But Gary what's their social handle? Just in case. We wanna go have a heat. Is is this family the Honey boo boos travel? I think. Sounds like the honeybees. I'll like I was her net. You had the the guy's name was John Johnson. I don't know if there any sort of social media anything, but. Yeah. Mr John Johnson sisters, his family were good stock and cleaned. His grandfather was the ten richest man tenth richest man in England. And he was made to feel very unwelcome in New Zealand. Yeah. No kidding. I can't find them. Chris. Have you found them yet? No. I did look for them. John Johnson is not a name. You're going to have a whole lot of luck with searching for that. The most common name in the US. For instance, is Bob Johnson. So you're not that far away from that. So. So the picture, so we we have this article on Asia one dot com, and there's a picture of a trash strewn campsite and one of the guys in those white tank tops and red shorts and holding a beer beholding a beer bottle. He's leaning up against the front of what might be a minivan with his arm in the elbow, cocked, Instagram pose, and yeah. Say no more little disgusting. Yeah. They made it into the news on the side as well. I remember reading the few. Well, it was probably in the last week. And they arrive back at Heathrow. I think it was. And they were complaining about the fact that they would treat it. So put in New Zealand, really. Yeah. Okay. So we just have to check some British news outlets for for more info on. Yeah. It's definitely it's been it's made its way rom this side, and the group consisted of twelve people. So it was not like a family of four or something. There's an article in the New York Times about it. They dumped chips on someone's beach blanket, they stole a Christmas tree from a gas station they caused a disturbance at a Burger King. They left it as Astor on an airplane that they flew on. It was just like this marauding hord going through New Zealand leaving just pillaging everything in the wake like sherman's March to the sea. But a family of tourists when when a woman asks them to clean up their litter child in the group can be seen on video threatening. He would quote knock your brains out. Lovely. Well, the the two things that I was grateful. What one is that? Apparently Americans are not the earliest travelers anymore. So that that's always good to hear the the other thing it makes you wonder about is. I know that we've had problems recently with as Chinese tourists start to go abroad that they haven't got a handle on how things go in. There have been complaints and things like that. And China has this list where have you get on the list as these people would if they lived in China, you can no longer travel abroad and it just bake. You wonder whether that's something that would be useful for every country to have. I don't think Americans are the worst anymore and one of the things I've noticed it really depends on where you go. So there are certain hot spots. So if you go to Mexico then. Yeah, Americans are going to be the worst tourist if you go to Bali, it's going to be Australians sure because that's kind of their nearby place in south is going to be Brits, right? In. I think everywhere has that place. And if you get of beyond that, then you don't really see quite as much anymore. But the one group we can't leave off that list are the Canadians. Think they're better than everyone because they're Canadians. Well, not true this story on travel, Royal Caribbean. This considering legal action after a group of Canadians. One guy jumped off the eleventh floor of the symphony of the seas cruise line, why bunch of other people filmed it. So canadians. You're not out of this. It was also Canadian remember the story we had a while back. But there was so many think it was in Yellowstone National Park that was like walking all over like the prison, medic springs and stuff some YouTubers also Canadians. So, but this guy jumped like one hundred feet off of the ship, which of course, the ship then has to do a man overboard drill at it becomes a huge deal. And Royal Caribbean said this was stupid and reckless behavior. He and his companions have been banned from ever sailing with us again, we are exploring legal action with the legal action would be unless they were jumping over people's balconies and putting them at risk or something like that which is possible because it was a huge amount of distance spread even kill himself. But you may be surprised to learn that alcohol was involved. I just had a conversation recently since I got back from buffs. Wanna in one of the somebody who was on a tourist said that tour guide said the biggest problem they have are with Japanese tourists. And you know, there's a group that I don't hear much about anymore. Again, the they had their day when they were newly traveling. But the problem that they have with them is that you're, you know, you're in these open cars, you're there's nothing separating you from the lions that you're you're filming. And so you can begin to think these are tame animals, which of course, they are not so casually. What will happen is some tourist will get out, and we'll try and pose with the animal, you know, put their arm around a lion or something like that. Or a leopard? Strangely enough. When this happens they get killed or mauled badly. And when that happens, they have to put down the lion because this lion has just learned that, you know, these people might affect the on the food chain. And the only thing that protects all the rest of the tourists is the fact that the lions haven't figured that out yet. And so that's a which is something with your in camp in Lyons walk by you're not even inattentive or not even in a in a vehicle fifty seventy feet away. It's useful that they haven't figured that out. So I envision a far side cartoon where a line is doing a PowerPoint presentation telling lions humans, equal meet. The place where Japanese tourists tend to be the worst. I think is like Hawaii Guam because that's kind of their their place. That's their Cancun. Yeah. And you'll see a lot of like I remember being on the streets of Honolulu in. They were handing out these flyers Japanese to go to a gun range where you could shoot a gun and on the flyer was like this Merican soldier, you know, all the battlegear and everything and you get there, and you shoot like twenty two which is like a step up from BB gun. But. It was a big deal for them. Well, I think that's kinda does it. I mean, so we had the trifecta of bad travelers. So now, what about edgy ru what about Gigi? Woo saad. What the you talking about this ad became hiker? Oh, go for gin. Well, sadly, a kidney hiker freezes to death in Taiwan's you Sean national park. So apparently, she had a passion for climbing and had been dubbed the bikini hiker gaining notoriety for scaling mountains. Well, scantily clad, and as she was on her I guess most recent mountain climb. Yeah. Suffered a bad fall. During her latest challenge in was found frozen to death. We don't know for sure that if she hadn't been just wearing a bikini. She would have survived because we don't know how long she was there before she was found, but certainly just room bikini did not increase her chances of survival by any means, and it this. This is the one you love with the Instagram. Couple who walked backwards over the cliff trying to do an Instagram in Yosemite. It is increasingly the number of people who are killed trying to get hits on Instagram is. May need a special category in the Darwin awards. I'm afraid. Think we got a special episode for the end of this year? Yeah. Yes. Stories we could do it. And and just I mean, I know our guests aren't used to our show. But these are just some really really out there travel news headlines this week. I believe she was out for twenty eight hours. They said they said they struggled to get the hint cop to to because of adverse weather with and eventually the fire brigade was cold in they found twenty eight hours later, but but but that's nature was too late. And yeah, it's really really sad story. But yeah, like like, you say, you don't know if it was due to the fact that she was in the bikini oil injuries. Yeah. Well, my impression was she died of exposure. And I I don't know if I read that for sure so. And the reason why she did obviously with that because she was undertaken hike back down. But. You certainly decrease the amount of time. You know, as as Gary, we'll tell you, you know, it would you go outside and cold weather. You probably ought to dress warmly. Do you think she had clothes on? And then just took off the clothes for her bikini picture, apparently, she bikinis. What I was. That's what I'm thinking. Because it says she's a season K a conta- magin her going in the middle of winter and climbing hiking in who bikini I'm Agean she stripped down for the photon and then got dressed. I thought I read that she hiked in her bikini. But I I don't know for sure I don't have a million with her. Yeah. Yeah. Have you ever heard of a guy named Wim Hof? No. So. So if you're listening to this go into Google searches name is Wim Hof w I am H O F three letters each. And he's known as the Ice, Man. And he's developed a technique for dealing with cold weather, and he has all these records, swimming, ice water, swimming and frozen lakes in what he's been doing his teaching people. How does this and every year he's been leading a hike up Kilimanjaro wearing nothing but short sleeves and shorts firstly shirt and shorts. And they're able to go Kilimanjaro quite quickly because he has these breathing techniques that he uses to oxygenating your blood as opposed to just, you know, going up and doing it normally. But yeah, he's developed a a lot of techniques. I read a book on the guy, and it's a really fascinating study. And what he did is he basically kind of reverse engineered the techniques you would always hear about like Shaolin monks. You know being able to heat themselves and whatnot and how he's able to control the involuntary parts of body. Gary idea. I'd be this Gary I did hear about him as interviewed on some motivational video, and it was really inspiring. Some of the other things he's done is run a half marathon above the Arctic circle in bare feet and stood in a container while covered with ice cubes for more than one hundred twelve minutes while. Yeah. So he's he's just develop these techniques. How to basically kind of regulate your own body temperature? This one was one of the most impressive to me swimming underneath ice for sixty six meters. Yeah. I think there's some videos of him doing that where they were on a frozen lake and they cut a hole, and he had to swim to the other hole and tell he did it. Thirty ways as I said before this is not this week in cold. It is we. So I think we should now. Start talking to our guest so Warren, Karen, car Carin. Yes, everyone what your guys are doing in in. What you're kind of what your product is. How you got started? In started. Just give us the elevator pitch. Let me get started basically about urine Hof ago, we moved entire family into six caravan Tampa van as you call it and with with the idea that we would save of the next year and a half in order to fund volunteer for volunteer tour of Europe. So we're two months away from leaving now, and we're going to be volunteering in every town city and village that we visit. We're gonna leave on the sixteenth of April and travel from Putin to Stanton. And then from Sunday we make a way to Portugal, which is way we'll start and through spring and summer we'll travel through Portugal, Spain, France, it's Li Slovenia and then towards the end of the do Croatia Austria, Hungary, Germany. And yeah, we taking out three teenage kids along for the journey as well as two cats and dog, and yet we like I said with two months away from it and was super excited a little bit nervous as well. But we can't wait to get going this this just sounds amazing to me what did you have to do to prepare for this? If you're going to be volunteering in all those different destinations. Have you already set up your activities, and who you will be volunteering for. For the for the first. Three to four months. Yes. But we it's going to be an ongoing process as as we guy we've we've kind of organized Portugal Spain and France Sipho, which which takes us to the end of July, August out so with that far, and as as we we'll we'll have pretty meet people and hopefully get invites along the way as well. As we share the story, we putting it out. They we let people know what we're doing. And we saying doesn't matter what the job figures small whether it's a community punched whether it's people have fallen, and they just need extra health where around, and we we'd left to come in help give us some examples of what you already have lined up case slow in Portugal. Where actually we starting off in a in a little village where we lived for. Two years. And I think it was in twenty seventeen a week after we left the whole area was destroyed belie by wildfires. So where actually starting there, and we're going to people who lust just about everything in the FIS. They still in the process of rebuilding. We obviously weren't there when it happened. So it's a chance to actually go back to that area. Give back and try and help these people get back on the feats again. And then off that we move down towards the I'll go off we will be will be volunteering at a surf school. And they teach the kids to serve and we'll be doing stand up paddle board. And we'll be building escaped round for them. Wow. Yeah. We're gonna be volunteering on farms. We're going to be harvesting. Olives and grapes and learning how they turned into olive oil and wine their number of projects we have lined up. And like I said, we'll we'll we happy to take on anything. And it's also really important for us to get involved in community projects in every area that we're in in in terms of skill set the tra- bringing I think that if somebody wanted me to help them with their website. That's fine. If they have me helping them with the skeet ramp, I suspect there would be lawsuits involved. So are there specific skill sets that you're you're bringing that you're telling people, hey, we were good with a hammer and nail or between the five of us to think we cover everything. We we we've got the academics. And not so academe IX Warren is fantastic with DIY. He can he can fix and Bill just about anything. I I like to chat quite a lot. I'm good with people the kids are we've got Sebastian over here. Sebastian's fifteen years old you and say, hi. Jay sebastian. And it didn't come up here. This is APN and he's he's gonna be fourteen in about two weeks time. I then a man we also have Emma Ella, you still. How old are you? Twelve days. Did you get that? Yes. She's each love and just a few days. Happy birthday. So did you use a special program for volunteering abroad? Or how did how did you find the things that you volunteered for did? You find a company to help you set that up we joined we joined a website cooled work away. And we we signed up there we basically input which country visiting and it brings up a long list of opportunities. A lot of them all people with massive properties forms where they just they need extra manual labor, which is fantastic for us because it means is the space to park the caravan. So so we pitch up there. We have an accommodation. We share meals with them which helps us to manage costs as well because we're not paying full accommodation food and at the same time, we help them with whatever they need doing in terms of firming. Are you doing any wolfing? No, well, we we going to be involved in projects at the moment where we're going to be learning about McCall pie, McCall chat and sustainability. But we haven't we haven't actually signed up for that at the moment in just in case anybody knew what I'm talking about thinks. It's my cold talking about worldwide opportunities on organic forms, and you can go to W W F dot net to find more information about that, for instance, or their other organ other websites as well. I'm might ask you might actually take a look at that much. Come in handy. Let me ask you the questions. I'm sure a lot of people are thinking right now, volunteering great travel. Great. How do you pay for everything? Well, that's amazing caravan. A year and a half. We've we've basically expenses. I couldn't even pretty much by Hoff and no more than more than half. So where? Yeah. Where in a position where we can save and we've been able to put money away. We. If I tell you how small the space that we living in is. We've sorry fear. So she needs really neat needs at a minimum. So so we've been able to save a fair bit of. Among the income, but the project is self funded. So it's. It is it isn't limitless. Unfortunately, so we we've we've for the moment we've saved enough to get us through essentially the first year of travel. We're going to have to take it from there. Once once we get the one thing that I don't think that a lot of people know is that volunteer travel sounds lick. It ought to be always free travel. But that isn't always the case quite often. You're paying some feet of all in tears. So are you looking specifically for ones that are that don't have that or? All the projects we've signed up the isn't a fee involved. But my say in looking for projects, I have found ones would you actually have to pay. Actually, I think it was a wolf sanctuary that I found what you thought. Oh, fantastic. This would be a wonderful opportunity for the kids all of us to go and help out. But there was quite a substantial cost involved in that is not super. Well, it should be surprising. But it might be surprised to people who haven't looked into that yet. What about the kids? How much are they involved in the planning in the trip planning? To be honest. They haven't weaned clued them in everything. But when it comes down to the planning suppose, it's been it's been the to pretty much car on myself and trying to fit in the volunteer pundits that a happy to take on a whole family because a lot of them. They all he'll be happy for one or two people. But when you say, it's a family of five who rocking with a caravan and all the pets. It's a lot to take on. So a lot of our trip has revolved around way. We we've been offered the volunteer projects and where you can stay right where where do you park where do you park, your RV, a most most of the people they have properties that can accommodate it. Yeah. That foams. Yeah. Peak properties that will will be. Yeah. Nothing. We we've also. We'll also down size a little just before we leave. Whereas at the moment. Although we do move around we round with quite a big owning. Which attach is to to the caravan it self once we once we leave that gets. Made effeminate smaller by well by two-thirds, actually, say the one we'll be using. Is inflatable. So it's quick breakdown. Quick sets up we're going to be moving around. I think it's every two weeks will will be moving from. So tell us tell us a little bit about what you've learned in the past year of traveling. Like is it worth it to take the pets? Hard work, but the potted the family. So that's yeah. That's the thing. I mean to be fair a lot of people say, oh, how can you you move the cats around? They're gonna go missing the cats have been fantastic, they suppose, they know the caravans home in wherever we go to the smells there. They go out. They they come back in. We haven't had an issue yet. We do have the issue of wrecks on the side in the UK. I don't know if you've heard about it on that side. It's he'll be mentioned in the news once or twice. Today. How does it affect your travel? This. This is the thing shouldn't affect travel worst-case scenario. I believe we'll need these which cost around seven pounds. But when it comes to the animals, if we have a no deal. Brexit win not going to be able to take them when we leave. And and that's something which is. Yeah. Something that's playing on my with monuments. And it's what's making the whole brick Brexit situation. Very real for us. I mean, before Brexit, you're basically taking your animals to a different part of the same country issue. To Europe is is one country in after Brexit. You're moving them to a different country, which does get much more complicated. Whether or not there's a no deal Brexit. I suspect that's going to be more complicated. I mean, we've traveled within we traveled from Portugal to the UK. And actually we took the cats from the UK to Portugal as well. They've got the possible. It's that had their shots. But everything changes if there's no deal, and it will it'll be like taking taking your animals to stray Leah, and they'd probably have to be foreign tnd. We re that's that's the one one of the things that's still playing on minds at the moment with two months to go. Are you you're living in the RV? Now, are you living in the RV? Family friends house or you traveling around the UK right now we pretty much have to buy by camping and caravan. Rules right locations move every twenty eight days. So so we're we're on we're on a temps. I it's it does it does disrupt a little, but we've we've gotten quite used to its and. Also got to see a bitch as well. So it's lively I mean, especially winter time very few people actually campaign so lost winter we had we had loads of snow, and we had this winter wonderland. And there was no one else though, the kids are making snow angels. We had tons of snow on top of the caravan owning. Our water pipes froze, his you gotta remember we have to fo Tana's to have shower and to to to wash dishes, and when the water when the main water, freezes you can't fool the what canisters and yet is there's a lot of work that's gone gone into the lost year and a half. And I think it's a good thing that we did prior to leaving because we're all we're custom to the to the small living conditions. Everyone has a job Musk's. Yeah. We all have chose whether it's emptying the Lou filling the water helping off the animals everyone plays a pot. And I think that's what's brought us closer together as a family as well. Oh, how's about let let the kids? Tell us about their chores. If they're still around the here you wanna start. I've got to the wool chemists every time. The empty mostly when everyone shattering what happens if runs out what happens if it runs on the show. Shops. How how do you feel you don't just hook up a whole? I have to won't the quarrel down to a tap and fill up out. But it's it's a down down the way on the cancer. There are a number of water points that you to govern it up. Okay. But now you have a pretty new pretty nice caravan. Right. Tell us a little bit about the name of it. Tria yet at the moment, we're still in our old one. It's a two thousand full model bed on the eighth of March accompany cooled Adria UK actually, letting us loan one of the brand new Adria Adria Altay Ma caravan and it will be brand spanking new because the day Cohen. I'll one is a little date. The cabinets in the use of space. It's it's it's not that great. Whereas the new ones are absolutely fantastic. Everything works. What are you guys? Looking forward to the new one. Space but area the beds of big enough to knock into the owning by window at the moment. Ellas view is about owning. But in the mute caravan, she'll actually have view of outside. Which will be great. How troubling does everybody? Get the better or do you have to double up? Luxury every tar. We have to share. So there's there's four beds in your new camper. No, there's actually six six, but we only gonna be using. It's it's a six sleeper. I five bits guest room in the agendas invited. Is that what I'm hearing? I love it. You didn't even finish off senior about the tools Aden's get his chores. All I have the best show of all what she stamping the toilets. Again, those are not hooked up by a pipe. You have to. Is it a compost? It's a. It's a set. So every time it's full after take it out and go empty to the toll Aiden. Do you know what it's not as bad as it sounds when when we initially moved in. We had absolutely no experience of caravanning. We'd never done this before. And it was one of the things we will all dreading. But to be honest, and isn't I mean, no one likes it as a tool? Okay. Even shaking his head is probably because I. Yeah. It's one of the, and that's why the kids the kids have been fantastic now looking at motorhomes. Quite a bit lately. And it seems like the European caravans are always much nicer or packing in more than what the latest US models are bringing. How is it that they don't have like RV sewer flushing through the pipes? How is it that it's that portable? I have no idea. Absolutely. How how old is your caravan? I want the two thousand food with the brand new ones exactly the same. So it's like, how would you describe it to the cassette Lou? And it's just like a little in pretty much in Europe. But they have the have points where you can dispose of you, you waste the gray waste chemical waste. Chemical. It's it's more of a chemical decomposition. And then you it's better eight, and where do you have to dump it off to do you would've been local bathroom toilet or a whole Brown? Pretty much his whole ground is just just to chew going down to the ground stuff to poured into. It's basically septic tank that they get emptied into the cassette has got a hot explain. But it has a and and so the two fits into the pie. So you his contact with within? Can we will just because I'm fascinated? Doesn't mean our listeners are. We'll move. We'll move on L O. What are what's your chore? I just have to pack way, the cat to do. Well, that's quite lucky. But she is the go. I do the laundry today's too, so that's my chore today. But. Yeah. Because we don't have a washing machine. Which means we down at the Mon dramatic few times of week. Yeah. That's that's something. You also have to remember this the kids are going to school. So we're we're living like everyone else does. But so what are you? What what have you given up to take on this big trek and all the year long savings in preparation for? Did you have a house that you sold or were you renting or what happened with the kids as friends and maybe sports teams? What what did you have to give up? We we started off by by pretty much doing that. When we left England we left to go to Portugal. For two years we opened up at blues jazz vine in in central Portugal, and in in during that we we shipped everyone off. Away from schools away from their friends, which was quite quite intense. I think for everyone. Amend things not working out that side because the way we were not very financially. We will areas we win central Portugal. Had it was a farming community. It had everything we wanted. It had a slow pace of life, the kindest loveliest people you could ever meet sunshine. I think eighty five percent of the year. But they wasn't the money to run the ball that we were running overheads, which is too high. So we did that initial move. And then the the bar the ball didn't work out. And we got to point where we had to make a decision about whether we were saying they will coming back, and it was at that point that we decided on doing this Ned enduring that we sold absolutely everything we had accumulated in I think fifteen years of marriage. So basically, everything you have to shine a full working fifteen years, which was really really hard at the starts. I think a crime is out. We had people. Coming in looking at all just personal possessions. And offering you bog and prices foreign and kids books. Yeah. Yeah. So we gave up that we the kids have moved away from the friends that were there were a lot of things gave I think all we actually have lift is we have four small boxes, which have kids to tickets in medals. I think my wedding dress far toes. A couple of photo albums twenty think I think that's about. It was a full boxes started a friend's house. And aside from that, we have what we have in caravan clothing, all of us all of us to be on this. It's quite liberating that it's. I wouldn't say it's for everyone. I have to say in the lost year in the Hof guys contel you Haas stress-free. We all if I mean, if we think back to when we were living in the UK before where you were killing us elves working Larn was working six days a week. I was working five days a week as a family. We saw each other on a Sunday and the boys played rugby, and that was it. And then it was the week started to gain money goes in the end of the month that goes out on the first of the next month. And it was we will always playing catch up. And there was never any time for us. And now, not we which held we're relaxed. We we don't have too much to think about what to worry about. And we've got this amazing adventure ahead of us. Definitely isn't for everybody. But I think for us. It's made made a huge difference in alive. It seems like the timing of it all you know, between the selloff and living in the caravan at I it's all been sort of preparing you for this next big journey. That's exactly it. We actually before we left Portugal. We we it was. A conscious decision to. To kind of prep everyone fool for what we will hoping to do. And it's it's worked. It's it's gotten everyone ready. I'm sure not ready for everything that we're gonna face, but we'll take it enough stride. And like like every I was actually speaking to my mother last night. And she was asking what times on we we we pretty much live day by day, which is. It takes the long and short of it is. A lot of planning goes into what we're doing. But die today. Living is day today. Living for us. Wow. Well, I hope that we can talk to you again later on in the trip or after is there an end date to the trip or is there a halfway point anything like that? Well, we've we've said that we budgeted one years travel, and we hoping that a savings. We'll get us that far we've been we've been very fortunate in the last year in the half to receive a lot of supports along the way. And we hoping that if we can earn small income along along the road, we can make it lost Longa. But for now we saying a year. Yeah. Yeah. With a vision for more. Yeah. So what's the state? As somebody who set out to travel around the world one here just be careful because it can wind up being nine. That's fine. Fine by us. You know, I did the exact same thing. I finished high school. And I said I'm going to take a gap year. I'm gonna go work at a summit count in the states. I did that for four years and haven't we haven't stopped traveling. Excellent. Yeah. Art, then I think we're ready to move onto our picks of the week. Jen, you got anything for us nights. Do I have been interested in learning more about volunteering, and especially really wanting to take Cora on some kind of trip like this. I know Chris big expert Nisa, maybe we can talk about it later on. But I found volunteer h q dot org has anybody heard of that. It looked really it looked really interesting to me. Volunteer h q dot org, international volunteer headquarters, and they break it down by destinations types of projects. What you want to actually volunteer with? So I might be more interested in the childcare in the teaching side of things or the wildlife and animal care, but there's also stuff involved with construction arts and music sports. Refugee support women's. Paramount tons of different opportunities to help in places all around the world. So I just thought it might be a good place to sort of start looking and the prices seem to be fairly reasonable compared to other trips you might take. So I'm going to start looking here. Excellent. Fantastic. Well, I think the other resource that I would recommend is Shannon O'Donnell book, the volunteer traveler's. Handbook a link to that in the show notes. Oh, good. Christie got some for us. I wanna recommend the book by shit. Were you paying attention at all? I thought it was it was a side. It's just because I did it so smoothly that okay? You are smooth. The voice is different direction. So Chris, and I were both recently in New York City. We were there for the New York Times travel show in international media marketplace, and my pick is going to be city pass. Oh trust that you go to city pass dot com. And what they do is. They sell kind of a booklet of tickets for various attractions in various cities. So their city passes for New York San Francisco. Philadelphia Denver, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, southern California a bunch of other places. And basically, if you're planning a trip to one of these cities, you can get substantial discounts on most of the tourist type things that you would normally do in that city. So you're going to New York and you want to go to the Empire State building. You wanna go to the statue of liberty? You know, bunch of these things you can save, you know, I think like forty fifty percent on what you would otherwise pay by getting a city passbook. Doc pictures, you have to be doing more than one usually to make it pay. But yeah, right. I mean, if you're you know, if it's your first time to New York and you want to do all the tourist stuff. Exact you're probably going to be doing a lot of that anyhow. So definitely check out city pass dot com. Hey, Gary, I heard that they had a pretty decent affiliate program partnership. Are you signed up for that? Should we direct our listeners to your site for using any city pass tickets everquest definitely signed up? You you better believe the late in the show notes is going to be an affiliate link. Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. Good. Well, please use Chris's link. If you are going to be getting one of these one of these could just go to amateur traveler dot com slash city pass perfect. And. Guys in the camper. Warning, Karen, you have a hick forest. I think I'm going to say again along the Ballantyne take a look at work away wake away all not one hundred percents. Sure, let me just take a look quickly way. It's work away, dose info. And that's the site where using to find volunteer projects. I think you do have to pay a membership fee, but it's definitely worthwhile. Okay. All right. Then let us start to wrap things up. Chris. What is new on the amateur traveler this week? I have absolutely no idea. I think we just fail it odd casting. Yeah. I think we just came out with the show about New Zealand if I remember correctly. What did you do to China Cointreau China came up? Most recently it came while it was in New York. So it came out outta medically surfer about them. Excellent Jen where can people find you online? Couldn't find me on Twitter at gen Leo. And on also at bit curious mom on Twitter in how is bitcoin doing Jenn? It's been going down. Gary it's had its head a long downturn. And it might go down a little bit more before the next bull run. But they are expanding. I'm starting to see more and more ATM's and coin star that little machine in your grocery store where you can turn in your change. They have just added a way for you to buy bitcoin at those one of the things I heard just yesterday on one of the tech podcast. The daily news show that I listen to is that one of the makers of video cards, and these video cards have been used for bitcoin mining reported a downturn in their profits in Q four because of the I think the terminology. They used was the end of the bitcoin mining boom. Yes. That would probably I've heard some I've read some news stories like that as well. It's it's been a tough week. There's also been a couple of exchanges that they either got hacked or took some people's monies one of the one of the cautions that people give but anyways, this is a travel show. So yeah, lovely to have are travelling family on. Mainly where can people find you online? You can find us on our website. I'll traveling family dot com, and we're on Instagram and Twitter as well. And of the same name with the devil ELS. Excellent. 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#260 - The Good Road TV Show on PBS

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#260 - The Good Road TV Show on PBS

"Welcome to this week and travel show the talks to some of the most interesting and notable travelers in the world as well as providing useful tips and actionable information. Now your host Uriarte Chris Christianson gently out remember. Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of this week and travel. My name is Gary Aren't and I'm coming to you from a chilly in Minneapolis. Minnesota with me again as usual is the always sunny and warm Mr Chris Christianson. How're you doing sir? I'm doing well. Thank you you better than yesterday when I had to blow up our recording time because my day went sideways so well I hope it's a very Vertical Day today yes also with us as usual genteel coming from Sunny Carlsbad California afforded. How're you doing Joe? Life is good doing great. We have any secrets to keep away from your daughter today now. She is out of the House today but now she's clear no whispering today. Yeah it's weird because I still have this mental image of Cora being like a a tiny little kid was when we started the show. I mean she was like really like I don't know Abo born before we started. I think she's fusilier I think she was like what four or five months when we started but last week she let me know that she was going to be twelve this year and I fell out of my chair here I was like twelve. What are you talking about twelve? And she goes mom. Twelve comes after eleven but somehow twelve seems so much older. You're almost a teenager and then the trouble start. Thanks Gary Moving. uh-huh always glad to help. Well we got two guests this week. These are two fellas. I met at the New York Times. Travel show this weekend and they answer the question. What do you get when you cross the southern accent with the ability to speak? Fluent Thai is the answering by excellent. You get When I was in Thailand I was saying it all wrong because I wasn't aware that You said things differently Depending on if you are a man or woman as if I was a woman and nobody was correcting me anyways. Waste they're the host of the now. PBS show the good road. Please welcome earl bridges and Craig. Martin how are you guys doing it raise even that warm welcome yeah and light and by the way just so you know the most egregious pronunciation of Thai word. That's common in travel is key H. U. K. E. T. is actually oh cat so just make sure you set right i. I am aware of that. That was actually the first Place I visited in Thailand. They had a very interesting like the free. First Day I was there. You know like the the touristy part of it started to rain and house was wandering around so I ducked into a bar to wait out the rain. I ordered a beard. I was just kind of sitting there by myself and I and as I'm sitting there. There's no one else in this bar because it's the middle of the day right This woman comes up to me and starts talking to me and I thought doc something's wrong then it realized I'm in a bar. Woman came up to start talking to me and that does is not ever happened in bars. I knew Thailand was different. Store your honor a the Why don't we talk about the the actual travel story of this week? which is kind of the big one? And that's the corona virus It's kind of Spreading in in China still amazed. I suppose it's pretty bad There are now one hundred deaths which are attributed to it and there's lots of stuff shutting down Is this something that worries any of you but we I saw this sir. I actually saw a pitch on instagram from Thai friend of mine in the in the Dong airport in Bangkok where they were bringing the individual late lane down in a completely Lee. Enclosed capsule like airtight. Seal thing rolling them through the airport and so that's a bit disconcerting especially with even today with the I think I don't know it's eight ish reports here in the US. I was in China Win Source hit and they were doing some of the same things. They are now where you couldn't leave the country if you had a fever Yet they basically were stopping everybody and taking taking their temperature at the airport and seeing if you were if you had something that might be SARS and therefore they weren't letting you on a plane remember that it takes it takes a while for that. I guess the Fever to show up anyway so I mean if feels a little bit Problematic when they're taking researcher. But you may not. You may have no symptoms for a couple of days though. We actually had a funny example when we had our director who knocked traveled outside the US very much we were headed a to Myanmar and we had to make him go get Yellow fever vaccination and so we thought we gave them enough time. But it was maybe two and a half weeks out the vaccine when you have to as you guys know you have to have your yellow pamphlet a pamphlet to get in but it takes about a month for the vaccine to actually take you no control so you could die but you still get to get into the country so we haven't heard the end of that story yet. I was GonNa say I was just in Thailand with my family about three weeks ago and we walked through. You know one of these markets in Thailand island where there's a lot of the animals that stop and I couldn't help but think When the started kind of breaking in the news? I'm like okay now now earl has comforted by saying that it it takes a while before you even get the Lavar interests. Do any of you have traveled planned for Asia. Coming within the next couple of months Yes but the way the other side of Asia to Turkey Now we don't S- Not For our show but you know yeah I mean. Everyone wears masks in Asia so it's always a little disconcerting and then on the other hand it feels kind of normal to see people walking around so I think the heightened awareness now busily see people with the masks on and all the Asian cities they've announced closures of Hong Kong Disneyland. Shanghai Disneyland and a number of the cruise lines have cancelled all cruises in and out of China China for the foreseeable future. So they're treating seriously and of course the government is getting some flack for they. They may not have been entirely forthcoming with some of the numbers which they have had some trouble with in the past. Let's just say you even some of the early numbers. The people who they had predicted that you know they were contracting it from people who had been in these markets but then they found a number that went back to somebody who had actually contracted it and not been in the market awhile back so yet. It's a mess. Travel level. State DOT GOV has a level three reconsider travel label on all of China travel to obey. Yeah and I ahead seen today on the news that United Airlines was starting to cancel flights to Asia because the lack of the passengers because of this the most of this is in one province of China right. Most people. Don't go right and I'm I'm looking at CNN right now. They have like a daily update of the number of people infected China's had forty five hundred cases. The only other country with me in double digits like ten or more is Thailand with fourteen so in the only country with any deaths is China so this forty five hundred people that have been affected one hundred six deaths at this point so not. This isn't Ebola. I mean it's not super fatal. Let's it's also put this into context if you had to guess how many people this year have died from flu said August August from nineteen thousand twenty flu system according to the. CDC what number. Would you guess I would say in the thousands easily Yeah the reported that Forty eight hundred. People have died of flu so far in this flu. Lucys so that's just plain old good old American flu that we get all the time right right well. And its various straights. You know. That's that's one of the things that happens with. Flu is flu is so different from every year to year because it does mutate very rapidly. You uh-huh that's the thing really used to bother me a grownup and tyler is the fact that people in the news in would would hear all these things about things that are crazy but then put in to context. It's not as dramatic as it sounds. I think Regular travelers who are not intrepid travellers might have some concern like so a friend of mine's been planning his honeymoon for May and he was planning on going to Thailand and I think Vietnam and possibly even Japan and now his parents are asking him to change. Change the trip in the difference. I think between this and the flu you know just is to be to argue the other side of this. That makes it a little more like the you know not as bad as the flu season you know two thousand nine hundred seventeen for instance but the fact that it seems to be not just at risk population like old people and children who are going to be. The bulk of those flu casualties not this year. But it seems to be that it's normally healthy people and that's when it starts to be more news worthy. Well I mean I would honestly was cracked but I I would. I would easily get back on a plane to Bangkok because because you know I mean. It's that those numbers are still pretty low considering all the other possible Thank you know you're still still more at risk of traffic accidents in Bangkok. I suspect or bad curry curry. I've never wanting wanting to put it in perspective with all this. You know the the influenza outbreak after World War One which is about one hundred years ago was estimated to have killed somewhere between twenty fifty million people worldwide bread So when you see these you know there have been some major movies about you. Know a pandemic endemic killing everyone on earth and stuff like that Our ability you know people people can travel faster but information travels even faster than that that so their ability to take action and shut things down and track people that were on. A plane is pretty good and you know every so often. You know whether it's a full outbreak which I don't know if we've mentioned it on the show but they actually now a vaccine for Ebola Which is good because you bowl is bad? That's the official position of the show. Don't get enough but yeah they're I mean they're they're vigilant about this and that's a very good thing but but so far you know you got to remember when they were really. When this was in the news there had been fifty deaths which is so? It's one one millionth. You know the impact act of of something just one hundred years ago And even I don't even know how many when SARS and and other things that were in the news even those didn't become Real widespread pandemics so although the difference there between those seems to be the strain of flu you you know it seems to be not necessarily because we have better control but just that. I don't know that we have faced something as bad as the Spanish flu which which was pretty horrendous? Actually a lot of ever not that dissimilar we just have better ways of treating it now. MHM than than what we did back then and we. We just know more about it. We do that. One was pretty bad. You could get sick in the morning and die in the afternoon. That seems bed. Yeah and it's not just I think the Asian thing I think we relieve the New York Times travel show Craig and I were passing through the. Tsa let's say someone's sneezed and remember the TSA agent yelling now. Cover your mouth cross hall so I think I think it's people are on edge and for those of you who don't prefer the corona virus You also can get the Dusky virus take care for the crow. Virus is just a wedge of lime suit towards allegheny white virus. As if I can if I can do of those nother story so so. This story is not in the news. This just happened to me in New York this weekend. So I was there for international media. Marketplace spoke at the New York Times travel show. And when I'm in Manhattan. I don't like going to in New York because New York is ridiculously expensive. It's reasonable in January. But I like to stay places that are cheap and one of the places and I think I mentioned it on this show in the past. Is the pod hotel and I think there are three of them now. New York. The pod are very small rooms usually but not always plays with a shared bathroom. So it's kind of like a hostile but it's just not a dorm right. Oh I see that had private bathrooms. I didn't really. They can have private bathrooms. Also I think most of them are shared bathrooms. I did not know that. But it's a small room in very affordable so I'm looking up the pod hotel to stay stay in New York and it says fifty two dollars a night not bad reasonable and then I look a little closer and there's a twenty two dollar in ninety five cent resort fee charged per night for a place that you'd have to share a bathroom. What the Hell is the resort fee going to Wi fi dollars for wi fi? How how much money have what was the cost? Four dollars ninety five cents a night turning it to seventy five dollars Gary cheap compared the Vegas Point the point is if it's going to be seventy five dollars seventy five dollars but this notion of a resort fee in a place that is the furthest thing from a resort is insane. There's no pool. There's no SPA. There's no concierge. There's there's no gym or workout facilities. There's no breakfast there's nothing there's absolutely nothing. There that could justify a resort fee. I I mean it's crazy. The room is so small that they have bunk beds. The one I had. Yeah it was nice I would stay there again but but we didn't have resort for you when I was there. Oh Yeah I have no problem with the facility itself. That's fine it just seems really disingenuous. ingenuous I mean for any but I mean there's there's nothing resort fee about this. There's absolutely nothing. Think I mean maybe the Wi fi but the truth of the matter is pretty much. Everyone has a phone nowadays. And you can tell her your phone if you want and you probably don't even need Wi fi as much as you did five like ten years ago. The problem is some of those booking sites as you go to like look like fees pretty doggone than you are not paying attention that the big they add in a resort fee. Just ridiculous what especially bothers me that the bookie inch so I checked on hotels DOT COM and it lists said that there's a resort fee. You know what I don't get is I know for other things like when you search for flights it will add in the axes for a final cost of the flight will have no idea why they can't do that for a room if they know with with the resort fee is remembered that with flights that is now legally mandated by the Federal Trade Commission. So I don't and so so. Far as I know that has not yet mandated for hotels though that there is legislation and the US Congress to mandate that in a similar way to give you a fully loaded number. So that's the reason why they do is they are required to do it. Which is why we need the new law so anyways? That's my new story. It's really just me ranting. But if it was a resort I could Kinda to sort of see it not arisen. It's like motel six charging you for a resort fee with the exception is I've been to motel six. Is that actually had swimming pools. Well you heard my rant from last year where I was invited to a press trip in Vegas and they comped the hotel but they did concept. Channel News needed that for for Wifi. That's you know. That's that's one of those things. That always is Gotcha for me if I've traveling up to wherever it is New York or DC. I go up to see from time to time. Stay at Intel. And I'm not paying attention to the park and I've just I've ends the next thing you know like and then what are you gonNa do. It's it's a really good price for the room but then the parking fees fifty bucks. What San Francisco's forty dollars? Parking fee pretty typically so. Yeah yeah a lot of cities that gets expensive really quick Is this bill over yet. So next one this story A seventy nine year old delta flight attendant has been fired and there's a whole lot about this story that's kind of interesting The first which is she started working as a flight attendant in a company that was bought by Delta nineteen sixty two. which is? That's a long time to be a flight attendant Second supposedly. She was making two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year. Which is I J- it's? She's got a lot of seniority. I probably know what has more And I'm also ought to be honest. I'm surprised that they don't have like a mandatory retirement or or something Simply because you know an octogenarian flight attendant Flight attendants are one of the professions that have the highest rates of injury of any profession. Because they you know they tossed around during turbulence. And you know you got stuff going in the aisles. You know getting fingers pinched and stuff like that but evidently she filed a wrongful termination lawsuit that Delta has been trying to fire her doc for several years For a whole host of reasons She evidently paid a flight attendant. One hundred dollars to switch positions on flight with her because she's four foot eleven. She can reach the overhead bins and supposedly that's against the rules And a whole bunch of other things so it's really an interesting case when she she allegedly stole a carton of milk. I guess which is I. I don't know the last time I've had milk but it's probably seventy nine years ago. I don't think it's a surprise though. I mean they should have seen it coming right. Seven Ninety should've known for years that she was getting close but if she was charming and they loved her wouldn't they like move her to marketing or anything and just kind of be proud of her and be make it more of a business. Something Fun out is not always the way people in business think. Uh Let's let's let's just without a doubt it could have been great. Yeah maybe maybe she had funny safety briefing or something that she could deliver but yeah Schieber. She bought a carton of milk into the US from Australian forgot to mark. Yes on the customs form Enough said Yeah I. That's a long flight and I don't know how well milk is is gonNA keep Out of flight that long to have enough to bring back from the US it's It's weird all around but I just. I'm amazed that you know she's a flight attendant and doing a route from like the US to Australia which is a really long route at that age Considering that the in it they tell you and I believe that you know a lot of why they're there is for safety for you've got to be able to a healthy off a plane or drag somebody down the aisle and whatever IT IS A. It's a pretty old age well and I guess my question is isn't it true that flying makes you younger. Isn't there some kind of time space thing. Maybe that's what she was going has long. I think it is not true. How so no I mean? I assume she was fulltime. If she's making two hundred fifty thousand dollars I don't see that as a part time wage I know I've talked to some flight attendants on on some really long flights and I know some of them when they do those really long haul ones John's like to to Asia or Australia They basically only work a couple times a month They'll do the flight there. They'll do the flight back and they may be do that two or three times teams and that's kind of everything for the month for them Because if you factor in the amount of time actually spent in the plane divide that by eight hour days It becomes. He comes pretty close to that. So and all the health considerations for flying the long haul flights there's all kinds of stuff. I can't imagine doing that just about five or six times a month. Next News Story and This one's a great one to this comes from. Chris Elliott formerly Back from he was on episode number one of this week in travel back in two thousand nine that always bring that up from his website It may have found the worst travel agent ever. So this is someone who had booked cooked a trip to Kabo San Lucas. The travel agent look them to Cancun and then wanted the client to pay for the mistake. Because you didn't work. How Lucas was all by gas? I feel like on the show before because I feel like I brought up the Hudson lander routine Old Comics from before my day. Even who you know started a routine with the you know I'd like to go to the West indies. Yes just booked young couple off to bogut. Aw but Bogota's Columbia. You should be hearing from them and then I think we got one more final story for we move on Travel weekly had a list of some of the most outrageous and bizarre travel insurance claims of two thousand nineteen and the top seven included Surfers who had their hotel rooms trashed by monkeys bird watcher. uh-huh camera knocked into the bird woman who was hospitalized for eating a poisonous Berry Someone who had packed twenty-five different pairs of underwear And I guess she was already home when she made the claim a storm chaser. WHO claimed a storm chasing tour? That was altered by a storm and a pastor who claimed a stolen watch that wasn't stolen because he was posting social media photos of himself. Alf Worrying said watch. I've always wondered how much happens in the way of Fraud with travel travel insurance. Because it's not like you know if your house burns down or something like that you know an insurance adjuster can come out and look at it whereas with travel. Oh insurance is well. It's missing or stolen and there's just no evidence of anything I've never had to file a claim but I I really don't even know how that would work. Apparently they look at your social media account for one thing. Well let's move onto our guest right now Irwin Craig you guys have a television show called the good road. And why don't you tell everyone what it's about because you'll certainly a much better job of it than I'm going to well. We started down this road and we thought we would try to tell stories about people doing good but this makes people board. You know mindless as soon as you start talking about that so we decided we were GonNa do a travel show and have some Drinkin- which we do very well In fact you talked about duck into a bar in pook because it was raining and I was like it doesn't matter if it's raining there's always a good opportunity to go into a bar anywhere and it's a bit of food porn but what we try to. We try to take people to very far off locations and introduce them to some of the people that are involved in you know. Crisis Racist Management Disaster Relief Maternal health clinics all. It's almost I think Rita which is our PBS station which presents US nationally. They told us it was kind of the opposite of a bucket list. Were taken people. But I think that's where you get a better chance than a sense of where the place to go. We're all the fun on part. Is We focus on characters. Who are you just I mean? Interesting is health so they one guy you know one kid in Myanmar. This is one of the most you know oppressive military governments and he's a punk rocker but he also works with an organization called Food Not Bombs uh-huh and helps three kids so it's just really really interesting. People kind of unexpected people from the world of philanthropy a non. We like to say that this show is Batman. Not Superman the ideas that you know. Basically people who could do good in the world aren't in just this. Very stereotypical hero at character often conflicted with all kinds of things going on that are interesting thing in compelling especially for television and I think you know I mean you guys have done you penalties really far off places all of us have we were in Gerke Nepal. That's a long way away from Katmandu and We're we're just a few kilometers away from the epicenter of the earthquake was scorgeous Himalayas. And you're in it's gorgeous people people and great food but they started telling stories about what was going on during the earthquake. And you're like holy crap. Why is it that no one? We know more about cooks that. Make Great Right Bacon cheeseburgers on some dive bar somewhere then people like that that have really good stories and so we just decided that we would start. You know Hitting up up a lot of the people that we grew up with. We both grew up in Bangkok Thailand. That are now in Brooklyn for humanitarian organizations or NGOs or bouncing around the world doing crazy stuff and and leverage those relationships to try to tell some stories about some really interesting people in a way that was different. Can we pause right there To to be totally candid. How did two white guys ended up growing up in Thailand? Where where does this first of all we may or may not be white this is radio right Wad? What's up Jen? You're very discerning In My case my dad was a military pilot in the Air Force of this was Vietnam era he did. It is twenty years so I started in Philippines Thailand when I was nine years old and then finished my high school years in Bangkok in Gerrad Craig's got his own story my My parents were actually southern Baptist missionaries and they went and this is not a joke But I'm old enough that they. They went to Thailand on a boat in nineteen sixty five and and I was born in Bangkok in nineteen sixty six and left. They're graduating being from a high school compared to the states For for college so in fact in Thailand. They don't call us. Craig neural because they can't pronounce their name. They call Craig cake because it's It's the way to pronounce it. So calm cake means Cape. It's actually the word cake in my name. earls difficult in every country country ever been in so they call me earns which means kind of serendipity or like surprised like if you say I was called that it's like your parents called you because you were surprised baby so ties. I just think that's funny. Cover their mouths laugh. Really hard fantastic. Both those names are excellent. Have you guys been visiting Thailand Land. I mean ever since of going back frequently all your life Yup I I used to work for a big non run profit which which took me back there from time to time and then with the show you know we'd then back several times So yeah we I you know since so I graduated high school. I've been back Gosh probably thirty times my My wife has been with me. A bunch in You know my my my kids have done a couple times. So and the connections always there. I mean my parents stayed. I think another fifteen years or so. After I graduated from Bangkok so going home is always you where you think about. What are you going back to back to back to Thailand? So it's There's been a there's been a universe there's GONNA a consistent connection back to Thailand and it's formative years. I mean your your high school boy growing up graduating from high school in Bangkok Thailand. It's a transformative. What are the big changes? Because you know Bangkok today is like the most visited city in the world right. It's it gets tons of tourists. It's you know it's a developed city One of my favorite places to go see a movie is to do it in Thailand because of the state's got to stand up and do that. But what sticks out for you guys as the biggest change. Since it's you know you were growing up so I think one of the things we joked about on the show at the very the very first episode. We talked about the fact that the tallest building when I was a kid in Bangkok was fourteen stories. It was the Chokchai steakhouse and I mean anybody who's been to Bangkok talking. You know the past twenty thirty years those sky train. You have all these massive shopping centers when I was growing up. We didn't have any of that honestly. And like you say. There's one hundred buildings with one hundred floors mooring Bangkok. The skyline has changed completely and that's disorienting and that's a joke who for disorienting as oriental the But the M but there's so much that hasn't changed too. I mean I think. That's the vigor thing I mean the streets are still there the canals are still there. I mean the ties are very much ties dislike. You expect it before but but just like when we graduated high school in the you know mid eighties and you come back to the states and very few people ever had Thai food well heck. I don't know anyone that doesn't have some kind of preference on Thai food here in the US so so that's really been different. It's hard to sound like you're really interesting when everyone's been there now and everyone's at least exposed to the culture well so so in about out the feared it's kind of funny because when you know when I was a kid we would come back every so often to visit family in the in the states and you really couldn't get in the in the places we lived. You have to want my family's from Louisiana. You couldn't get Thai food. You could maybe get some sort of weird Chinese food. That wasn't Chinese food. But in contrast harassed I live in Richmond neighborhood gawky down and we have three Thai restaurants within like blocks of my house. So that's a huge change engine. Some of that's just you know. Thailand became a thing and started exporting Ton of product and I I used go back and forth When I first moved back to the states in Thailand I would buy a much type products and then you take him back in my suitcase? I would be silly silly to do that now. Because they have great tight grocery stores here. You know so when you do that if you wanna see what. Thailand looked like we graduated in the mid eighty. Go Up to Chiang Mai Hi. It's further north to Ching Ri- and that does feel like you know Bangkok twenty years ago or thirty years ago and both of those kind of burgeoning areas in the north of Thailand as well but addicts still very much smacks of what we grew up with in that environment. One of the interesting things. I just add quickly as that somebody just just so. We went to the International School Bangkok which at the time was really one of only two international schools. So if you were a foreigner you want there So there's this whole network of students. That were still friends with and stuff but they were talking about patio. which is now you know this massive resort town down about two hours outside of Bank When when I was a kid like when I was probably first graders? Something good is a fishing village and and most of the areas that are now there with a ton of tall buildings resorts was feel. I mean it was this long field along the beach. H Yes James yet if it would take an actually back then in the day you know again the military was still heavily at that time we graduate at the. US Embassy was solarge in the world. It's no longer the case. But when a fleet of aircraft carrier with support fleet would come into Pazienza it completely transformed a city that was probably three or five. Five thousand. Make it boom to thirty thousand and You know so it's all of that kind of changed I feel like it's gotten more established And but for us it still feels like home going back. It still sounds like calm and the people that we still connect with a high school kids at one funny note about not an issue note about the network growing up as a as is a third culture kid or overseas in the International School of Bangkok. We had all of the ambassadors kids so we had kids like that are pretty well famous Timothy Geithner the treasury the Secretary to pull out a twenty policy signature on it. He was high school a few years older than us. Senator Tammy Duckworth out of Chicago was two years was a year younger than Craig Craig. And and I are one year apart on that So he's had all the crazy you know connections that we've maintained through that And I don't think that's the you know I don't think it's a That's similar anymore. Now there's a million international schools One what other funny thing was back in the day as missionary kids so my Dad Grudge When he got out of the Air Force after Twenty Years I in my dad went back as a missionary and so he stayed on as well but because we couldn't get work visas and we weren't embassy personnel so embassy kids could work on the base around the embassy in and make a little money? We couldn't the only thing that we could really do was. We could be accurate in extras in the all the Vietnam movies that were filmed there here at that time. So killing fields killing fields us. They're good morning Vietnam. So there's a part where Robin Williams's interview and some guy and he's stuttering Robin Williams rips stop. That makes fun of it so that was my my sister's boyfriend so it's these crazy. All these things deer hunter all of these films were done right around that time we would. When school got out at the end of the year we would all go get her head shapes and put on these military outfits and they put us up helicopter with no safety at all tribe out so believe believe it or not my older brother who's four years older than me didn't this was back in the seventies or whatever he didn't want to be in the deer hunter because it would Require him to cut his hair. Oh my gosh so you guys have been globetrotters forever. You've been best friends forever. How did you find your journey to this? TV show and PBS. Yeah so well Craig's always been in the filmmaking so craig it has some really cool feature stuff you can see on his IMDB so he had always been that and like you said. He's been filming for a nonprofit for in eighty countries. Or something like that. I I had come from the business side of it so I was working with really large corporations on their corporate social responsibility. And we're trying to figure out. How do you get people? In large employee. Base is really interested in these causes ause and so we started looking at digital storytelling. So so at one point Craig became available and We headed out into Nepal and Vietnam and Myanmar and took a sizzle fizzle real and started shopping. We got a lot of interest very quickly. You can see our trailer on the website but But that one thing people said well heck you know this looks like Wjr. This looks like a show. I mean this looks like it's a boarding meets vice with a heart kind of thing you know it's It's a ride. You kind of show does a good job you you know not boring people to death and And so we went through the whole Cable News Network channels and things like that and pbs was offered us within opportunity of a demographic that is more interested internationally. has you know a really good viewership. And they had a travel show called globe trekker that was coming off at globe slope trucker had been on for. I think seventeen years now. We'd we'd have this donut hole that they're trying to fill with another travel show so they were like travel plus philanthropy. That's perfect the cool part to its full circle for me. Is that My first job out of Grad school was working for a public. Ah Television No longer exists in Waco Texas and one of the early jobs that I had was going to do a live shot For the then macneil lehrer news hour and so you know. I'm on camera in my early twenties. And they're You know on Eh on the headset. I hear a New York state. This is this is during the branch Davidians. Oh yes this is an important part of the whole thing so in the You know the branch Davidian thing happens. I'm like one of the first people really. It wasn't the first David I was the first person for public television. And so they're doing all this. You Know New York and La then. Waco and I'm like that's me. Oh my God so so so I worked for public television for about four years and so of course the You know the iteration of macneil macneil lehrer news hour are targeted to so many different things but being back connected to Rita or me personally is just kind of a really cool if settled listens to your show. Is there a call to action in terms of that. They wanted to connect up with someone that you're talking about either to support them or I think even I take listeners of by a podcast not this one but the other one to someplace in the world once the year and when we were in Cambodia France I know that some of the people on the trip said their most memorable experience was when we got out into a village where arcade was helping support that village and I think they were doing some well digging projects and things like that so is that. Can this turn into someone else's travel. Well actually well. Yes doesn't allow you onscreen to a direct called action but we have them on the second screen events and if you watch one of rents are Kenya the episode where you're We were in the embassy near the Tanzanian border and we with an organization called the Big Life Foundation. They flew us out. We actually were. I don't ten meters away from the world's largest elephant. Whose name is Tim? That should be a trivial thing. But Tim elephants were protein. Tim and he starts to charges charges a false charge and scares crap out of us at the end of that show. Everyone wonders what's going on with Tim. Now you know so. That's the opportunity to drive people to okay. What's going on with that? How do we get involved with the big life? Foundation or maternal health clinic swore you know this punk rock band the EN Marche so we do all of that second screen green stuff on her social media and digital marketing. We don't really do it. Overtly on the show and let me just add that you know are kind of one of our goals is to highlight Highlight people and then make it possible for them to actually benefit from the show as what because that you know I mean why. Why do this if you can't actually make a difference in in the the whole 'cause that you're focused on so for us and we would love to get to a point where we're traveling leveling with Some of our viewers go to places people. Tell us all the time. I'll tell friends I'll say you know what we're gonNA take a trip to Bangkok. You guys should come sometime. They're like well. I only want to go if I can go with you. Because they know we speak the language. No all the places to go so. That's our checklist list. I saw a quick clip of the Kenya trip. Now you guys were bringing technology outright some remote area. Tell tell us a little bit more that real quick on that note we get way too much credit for the people that we hang out with. So we're we knew nothing we we don't do anything good. We highlight people stores that do but in that case that's a non. That's sorry that's a for profit. Company out of Nairobi called brick and they are in. They're trying to provide the Internet net across the global south through the continent of Africa. And they're doing some projects in South America and Mexico and some other places they're amazing but In that case ace and they're funded by people like Bano's ELEVATE Fund and Steve Case and some other guys. But they are just they're just crazy crazy tech people so we don't necessarily need someone to be a charity or an NGO. If you're doing anything good and I want to delve into music and art like the Punk Rock guys music music are all the things that make this world a great place we just WanNa highlight those people that are doing those types of things. Okay but I loved that the brick technolog- college I think it's the brick technology credits. BRIC brick technology was helping them find poachers yes so so so basically what brick it has kind of as their mission is to bring Internet access across the continent of Africa for largely for free and in the case of that story. They were using that specific technology to do things like make these camera traps Connected connected on the Internet so that they wouldn't have to drive out for two hours and then hike in for another hour to get to a camera trap just to find doubt that this camera. That's been taking images you know didn't have any images of the Black Rhino so timesaver. It's a you know it's GonNa it's really really is gonNA technology will help to Curb the the whole issue of poaching. Because it's going to be harder for Boettcher's once you know. Things are wired up the flip side of that with technology has been instagram has been killing. Rhino's you know because people we'll see one of these endangered animals and they'll basically without thinking about it published a Geo located picture and they'll do it in real time and they realized after a while that the poachers were taking advantage of that so it can you know it's a tool right. It can be used for good or for for bad. I actually Eric Sorry Craig Miller. WHO's the head of security for the big glide foundation was saying hey I've got technology and I can actually track Tim- on my phone and I was like that's awesome? We should put it up on our website like no. We don't want to do that and I was like. I realized how a bad idea that was as soon as I said. It's but you're absolutely right. It's it cuts both ways the on the other side. It's a lot you know. We use entertainment. You know for entertainment things like that but they they're providing this free Wifi indies metastasis. Vans all through Nairobi. But what it does. The democratize access to education right Martinsville's access the commercialization. So they say they'll tell you that it it again it's it's disconcerting to see a Masai Warrior with his cell phone owned with Internet connectivity. Because expect them to be in some iconic. You Know Cheryl back of the right things but but like you say we understand that we. We don't don't tread lightly in the world as we hope and that there's unintended consequence almost anything and so that's a little bit of what we do in the messy business this Charity is that that sometimes your best efforts really ruined everything you guess obscene it with travel you go to Dubrovnik you put it out there. Nikki knows the worst place to go. Because it's so crowded you know. Oh goodness and it's got as bad but earl at the end of the episode. 'cause I just saw the clip version at the end of the episode is. Is there going to be contact information if the audience wanted to donate to the big life. Absolutely they'll be able to go to our website. We actually on the website highlight. The organizations stations provide an opportunity for people to engage with it. They can make contributions they can follow it. They can do Savak. AC- you know they'll be able to connect with those organizations and that's interesting. That's yeah that's that is you guys know PBS and saying that we'll have ten million fewer season one so you're casting a really big bright lights on a organization that oftentimes it never had this kind of media coverage and again I can see the risks of that. You know importance. The fact is when I worked for the nonprofit I worked for the anytime you highlighted a specific work or something something It it just you know. You almost couldn't take all a charitable giving all that people wanted to participate Because it does want to highlight a story on it gains a lot of traction and So you know there are downsides to that of some smaller organizations. Are they going to be able to handle that kind of exposure. But you know we're we're hoping for the for positive outcomes on it Yeah so why. Don't we get to the big question. How can people watch the show will? It'll it'll be available starting April six nationally and PBS. So you'll be able to go. It's a it is a subscription are sorry syndication on also through trip check your local holdings sorry. I was just saying that it's going to be available. Nationwide on PBS. You'll be able to check your local listings The the PBS stations. All three hundred and fifty cover like ninety seven percent of the US or something like that. So April sixth again actually beginning about two weeks from now. The programmers grammars will start programming that you'll be able to start seeing that we'll start pushing a lot of it. You could also get our website at the Good Road Dot TV. And we'll start we'll have a little locator you put in your city and you'll be able to see you know whether or not that show is showing In your local station and how many shows are in your first season. We we have eight eight so we had eight. So first season is Thailand Myanmar Kenya Tanzania Uganda Alabama a stay stay. We traveled all over the world and parts of Alabama and And we've already started shooting for season two as well. So we've been to India and except Puerto Rico and tweets at legacy stuff in Nepal and some of the places Vietnam on that list. I'm reminded of the Sesame Street Song. One of these things doesn't belong to one of these things is not like the or maybe it is part of that group. I don't know Alabama you go to well. This is the part of Alabama that feels like Mogadishu at times it's the most violent census track in all of Alabama and most impoverished but But again the story is you go to any of these places and if you really get into it you start. You know all of the things that you're afraid of in the beginning start realizing you know there's good all over you look in the darkest places and you find the brightest lights say about the mobiles Alabama College Story. That you know earl and I've been down there. Gosh probably four or five times Andrew about to go again. WE'VE GOTTA get a couple of drone shots that we that we were not able to capture For that episode and I Kinda Love Mobile Now You know the we go when we do this work at a very very violent neighborhood with some people who are actually just wonderful to us and amazing thing but then you can just go to the city of mobile and you know the food's good I think right now Carl flying so it's just so much see I do and you don't but you know again our story. It's just outside of mobile in a in a suburbs but mobiles mobiles mobiles the Carnival I mean that's where it started pirates New Orleans. There's a we find out a ton of stuff like you guys do by really involving ourselves with the The people in the community thirty and you grow up you grow love it. I love it. Love going down there. All right In what's the format of the show. Is that a thirty or sixty minute show. Oh thirty minutes thirty minutes already then. you guys ready to move on to our picks of the week always so jen. How would you like to start us out because I know you always got something good? Do you want the short version or the long version. We're we're going to get the long one either way so you might as well go with that. I just went to Disneyland. Cal Disneyland in California last week and I was was able to get onto the rise Star Wars ride. So it's brand new this month and there's been all sorts of issues with getting on so I have the perfect foolproof method for you. Show up an hour before open. You have the Disneyland APP. Already preloaded on your phone. Have your party's tickets already. preloaded on your phone on the APP get into the park. We got into the park and we were sort of in a holding bay on Main Street. Get as far in as you can. And then when they lift the gates before four eight o'clock before they let you reserve for the group boarding for the rise you go into the area. We went to adventure Lan Dan. While all the crowds went frontier land which was closer to Star Wars. We went to adventure land. When is far into get full strength Wi fi and phone coverage and we were on the main page of the APP? As soon as eight o'clock hit we had a timer going as soon as eight o'clock I I clicked that page for rise and we got group boarding number twenty three within seconds so people that came mm-hmm later. I think our friends were half an hour later or maybe an hour later. They got a group boarding. That was one hundred fifty or something and they maxed astounded one. Oh six that day so there you go all the skeptics. You tell you online. Here's your way to get the ride rise tickets and it was canonical. You are a Disneyland Power Tourist on Friday I was and the short version the short tip I was GONNA be the mobile food ordering in. The Disneyland APP is a Game Changer. No more waiting in line for food. You Punch it into your APP you show up up they give it to you just a few minutes later. It was really really a game changer. If they're not with a lot of little kids that you have to take by the hand also look at your her solo writer lines because they can be really short even when the other lines are like an hour long yes and that was how my husband it's been got into the Cantina because the star Wars Cantina we were not able to get a group reservation for that but he went in as a solo and was able to get that reservation. Excellent Chris you got anything for us. Yeah while I was looking at Volunteer travel books. If you want to read more about it now Shannon O'Donnell our friend has written one but it looks like that his hasn't been updated in a few years. There's only six copies left on Amazon volunteer. Traveler's handbook so. I'm going to recommend one instead from lonely. Planet has one that came out a couple of years ago. And so if you're interested in doing a a trip that involves volunteer travel that might be a good resource resource. I've done I think Fifteen or sixteen. You know weekend trips down to Mexico and one trip to to Africa. That was just volunteer. Travel and then Had volunteer aspects for almost all the different amateur traveler trips that we have done in it. It can add a mhm a meaningful experience to your travel excellent. So when I got this week I was doing doing an audit this week on a lot of my loyalty programs and things like that and I came across a bunch of things that I was not aware of The I which is if you are in the budget car rental loyalty program which is called their fast-break program. You can tie your Amazon account to the program and get discounts on your car rentals. You don't have to have Amazon prime as far as I know You just hit a button. Walking Amazon's boom done. What Amazon gets out of this? I don't know probably data But you can be getting things like you know. Ten twenty percent off a car rental rental on budget which is already pretty cheap to begin with The other thing is if you have the Chase Sapphire Reserve credit cards and and if you're listening to this podcast you probably traveled quite a bit so you should have it There's a couple really good things that they have the first of. which is you you can subscribe to door dash which is a meal delivery service and You can basically join their program for free free. It's called Dash Pass and get all of the delivery charges for food orders taken care of by the credit card. Good through twenty twenty one. So so that's free and this also that was just launched. You can get a free subscription to lift pink which is like their deluxe loyalty program. Am for lift the Uber Competitor. And you get ten times the points for anything you spend on lift so spend a dollar you get ten points which is a whole lot because normally it's like three times the points for travel purchase plus a top so that you can get discounts. I think it's like ten again. Ten twenty percent on your lift Rides so it's it's super easy to do To connect the two things together I made sure to do this. And I'm going to check it out the next time a half to To call a car go to the airport or something because lift. It is normally on a par with Uber. Depends on the time of day and whatever may be a little bit cheaper pharmacy if this is actually significantly next time I do it so Definitely really check those two things out if you have any of the travel cards especially they all have websites or apps associated with them and they're usually deals like this. There are different depending on which cards. So even if you don't have the that particular card which is great card that I think that'd be the first one I would recommend you get but whatever card you have. You ought to at least check out the website because sometimes it's like here are the restaurants that are associated with our card. And if you click here it's usually as simple as that. Then if you eat there you'll get you know points in a different fashion or whatever so it's always worth checking out no matter what Cardi af can I get one sure will on the way to the airport from the New York Times show. I hadn't seen this before but we were driving lift and it suggests that that you connect your Delta Sky Miles to lift. They've already seen this. But you get a dollar you get a mile for every dollar and they're doing onto X.. Miles to airport rights for limited time. I thought it was amazing. We we do both Delta lift There's a lot of Tian's like that with like hotel loyalty programs and Car Rental programs where you can tie it to frequent flyer program for an airline or hotel or something like that and get extra miles out of it. A lot of people don't necessarily do it all right what. What about Fred Cranky Gallon for us so so I just you know this is kind of skews outside of the domestic but I just got back from Thailand? The one thing that You know we talked a little bit about Two cats and we went this time. You know if you go to the beaches in southern Thailand. There's all kinds of options but we went to took place called copy and Previous trip to cat. We did the tour where you get on a post. It was obnoxious. And there's like a billion people and you're supposed to be able to go out to some of these islands and snorkel but you got like five minutes because they're like corralling everybody on and off the boat An earlier told me on a previous trip about taking the long tail boats. You can actually hire for a lot less money like a a local basically long tail boat driver you have the boat to yourself Me and my two kids wife and we just kind of plot out what we wanted to do and it was not that expensive. So if you're going to the south Check out the long tail. BOOT options for touring. Thailand sounds excellent. All right then let us wrap things up Chris. What is doing the traveler? This week. the ooh I have no idea at the last show asked I do I do and I give. I give spun such a hard time about out Promoting his show. You'd think it would be better at it by now. The problem is I'm usually thinking one week ahead so I wanted to talk about the show. We just talked about Namibia. We just did did episode on souffle and the NAB desert portion of Namibia. Excellent Jen where can people find you online. Well you can find me online. Let's see where I've started. Bitcoin is ramping up against Dan. So I'm starting to do more over there so you can find me on twitter at it curious. I'm or at Gen Leah. Excellent Earl and Craig. Where can people find you online? Look for us on almost any of the social media things under the good road and on our website at the good road dot TV excellent and as usual. You can find me at everything. Dad had everywhere. Our podcast will know. Excuse me go ahead. Just going to say This week we have a podcast Next episode of Our podcast dropped on philanthropy DOT TV And this episode is about the White Savior Complex. That would be something I'd be interested in listening to and as usual you can find me. Everything Dash everywhere dot com or over on Instagram at everything everywhere where you can follow my quest visit. All Sixty. Two National Parks works in the United States. I'm down to just five more to go three in California one in Texas Virgin Islands and until next time. Make sure to get outside and watch the first season of the good road on P._B._S..

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