Want to know what happens when you take a city guy and put him in the countryside? ‘Florida Boy’ Rich needed to do his 3 months ‘regional work’ in order to extend his Australian Visa and had to leave the comfort of the city to work in an extremely remote part of Australia. Find out what happened as Mr 239 talks about dealing with broken hands, dead cows, blistering heat and an unorthodox style of management. Also, with over 15 experience, Rich drops some serious knowledge of scuba diving.
Me and Hayley took a small trip to Tasmania that we loved but that didn’t exactly go to plan. Learn from our triumphs and calamities as we discuss life in a camper van, taking impossible wrong turns, breaking down, and towns with minimal facilities as we evaluate our trip from start to finish.
Sam Williams talks about his trip to Thailand, Laos, Singapore and then Australia. Sam and I discus topics such as travelling in a pair, overstaying your visa, holding in a poo for 3 days and of course the ‘Goon challenge’ gets airtime.
Jack Fidler joins me to discuss his time teaching English in Bangkok. As well as TEFL, Jack talks about the Thai lifestyle, spending Christmas away from home and his travels after teaching. Other vital topics discussed are the myth of ‘Chang roulette’, Lady-boys and the time that I met darts legend Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor. Any questions you have about teaching English as foreign language, hit Jack up on Twitter: @jfid_ or Instagram: jfid_
The first episode ever recorded. My friend Matt Brown and I discuss some of the highs and lows of travelling in Australia. Topics include, regional work, getting through the difficult times, Uluru and the myth of being paid $30 an hour to scratch your arse.
After receiving feedback about Dan being difficult to hear in episode 2, the episode as been digitally remastered in order to make Dan more audible.
Daniel Shipley joins me to discuss all things travel. Dan is a singer/songwriter who’s latest album ‘Climb The Wall’ is available on tunes, soundcloud and YouTube. Check out danielshipley.co.uk
Paul Moran joins me to discuss his year in Australia. We cover important topics such as getting employment, completing your 88 days of regional work required for a 2nd year visa, learning to scuba dive and how long it would take to drink a 4 Litre box of goon to yourself. Paul is doing Tough Mudder in September and is raising money for MNDA (Motor Neurone Disease Association) . If you would like to donate, you can do so by going to https://www.justgiving.com/Paul-Moran2015/