Steve and Gilly Snaith took their two children, Alisha and Lucy, on an incredible 4-year journey through 58 countries, proving that kids are no excuse not to take an extended overland trip.
In this fascinating, inspirational episode I catch up with Benedikt and Magda from E-Explorer as we talk about their less than conventional adventure around the Caspian Sea.
Will Snyder and Amy Cannon join me at the Adventure Overland Show in Stratford Upon Avon to chat about their 8-month trip, with Caesar – an Ex MOD Landy, from the UK to South East Asia.
No guests on this weeks podcast. Instead Andy talks about the apps and maps they used on their Around the World in 800 Days adventure.
Motorcycle overlander and Adventure Travel Film Festival host, Lois Pryce, talks about her adventures in Iran.
Adventure biker Nevil Stow runs the website MotoExped and the 9 Minute Moto Film Festival. He’s travelled extensively through North America and Canada as well as riding around the world.
Jayne and David have been travelling the world for the last 8 years under the guise Lizzybus. Lizzy is a 110 Land Rover Defender and has carried Jayne and David through more than 80 countries.
Jed’s passion for Syncros has organically grown into the website Campervan Culture, and in the process he’s inadvertently created a little sub-culture within the overlanding community.
After spending 5 years living in Asia, Pip Stewart decided it was time to come home and so she cycled back to the UK. Late last year Pip cycled through Brazil and Peru to raise awareness of the plight of the Amazon forest.
In 2016 Laura Bingham set off on an extraordinary adventure to cross an entire continent by bicycle without any money. Little did she know before she set off into this moral minefield, how challenging it was just going to be?
In 2010, Doctor Stephen Fabes waved goodbye to his colleagues at the Hospital and set out on a six-year journey through 75 countries. His first stop was a pub down the road where he spent several hours pondering his decision.
I catch up with Graeme and Luisa Bell from A2A Expedition and we discuss travelling as a family, keeping it real and the trials and tribulations of writing, publishing and selling a book.
No guests on this week’s episode, instead Andy talks us through 10 things he’s learnt as an overlander on his ‘Around The World in 800 Days’ trip. This is the first of several ‘special’ episodes that will be scattered throughout the coming year.
In this episode I chat with Shara Dillon who drove solo from the UK to South Africa in her Toyota Landcruiser. Ed Gill sits in, as we discuss overcoming major obstacles before you’ve even left and many other subjects.