We’ve made a lot of friends doing this podcast, but it’s not often we get a chance to talk to personal friends from before the podcast! Joe talks to Jen Che from Tiny Urban Kitchen, a food blog, and her husband Bryan who have been living in Hong Kong for the last few years.
Spencer Howard from Straight to the Points and 10xTravel is back to discuss airline cancellation policies, award trends, becoming a famous Instagram personality, and a whole lot more!
We talk Vegas re-opening and the future with Michael Trager of TravelZork and the ZorkCast. We discuss his miles and points origin story, what Vegas looks like and what it maybe should look like, and more!
We talk to Dia Adams of Forbes and the internet at large about renting a beach condo in May (!) in North Myrtle Beach, SC. We discuss what summer travel might look like for folks, the appeal of vacation rentals, whether we’d consider visiting Disney World, life, and a whole lot more.
Dustin from Waller’s Wallet returns to discuss which banks are doing best by their customers during the covid-19 pandemic and chat about local places to visit if you’re thinking about taking a road trip this summer.
Bethany Walsh of Bougie Miles joins the podcast to discuss Vegas, gambling, double dip opportunities including casino status, gambling, Canadian music artists, gambling, and much more!
Amol of Travel Codex (and a pretty good Twitter follow) joins the podcast to discuss how things are going in Atlanta from the perspective a doctor working in hospitals there. We also discuss Bali and why breakfast in Asia hotels is so great.
Episode Description Stefan from Rapid Travel Chai and Every Passport Stamp joins Trevor (in person!) to discuss some travel over drinks. They discuss Stefan’s travel around the US, their love of history and presidential libraries, and debrief FTU from March. Note: this episode was recorded about a month ago, aka before things really popped off in […]
Steve Kriese of the DCL Podcast swings by to share some of his thoughts as a pilot with Alaska Airlines regarding COVID-19 related effects on the airline industry, how it affects pilot working hours and conditions, and how the current crisis compares to what happened to air travel after 9/11.
Episode Description Han from Chicago returned from a vacation to Asia about a week before the NBA cancelled its season and COVID-19 finally became a reality to those of us who live in the States. We discuss why he regrets his trip, his experiences in Asia during the outbreak, and what it’s like starting quarantine […]