Episode 17— I ask my friend, Ingo Antons, about the state of Germany in quarantine, conspiracy theories, getting married during a pandemic, and his and Janine’s pet-sitting and WOOFing trip around the world last year. Top photo by
Episode 13—Cori and Jennie traveled the U.S. in a van, which they modified themselves into a tiny traveling home, with a small dog and a bird. They lived to tell the tale of their adventures, from Maine to
Episode 10— In which I ask Jeremy Slough about running with the bulls in Pamplona, having malaria in an airport, and Pauly Shore, and in which he tells me about the California beach bum lifestyle, working with a non-profit in
Episode 05— 1—Nate and Wendy talk about what it means when other couples’ marriages fail. 2—Ryan and Stacey Ewasko talk about living their dream of an around-the-world trip, how they saved up and planned for it, and
The delusions and reality of a life abroad Hi, I’m Stacey, and I’m a single twenty-something who has been living abroad for the past six years. I can hear you now. Wow, you say, six years!
Three years ago I borrowed a book called The Art of Pilgrimage by Phil Cosineau from the library of a ship called the M/V Pacific Link, which at that time was floating around Fiji doing good deeds in some of the smaller islands.