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/
Phil Taffley is an experienced traveller who has ventured into 39 countries across 6 of the 7 continents. In this episode, me and Phil share experiences from our various adventures. Phil discuses his favourite place to visit, favourite place to live and the most beautiful sight he has ever seen. We talk Brazil, New Zaland, Cambodia and much, mcuh more. He can be contacted for any advice about travelling and backpacking through Twitter: @taffers Instagram: taffers18 and taffers21.tumblr.com
Short introduction to what the podcast is all about