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Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast

Many Roads Travelled

The travel podcast that takes you on epic adventures around the world!


My first series will take you with me on my 16 months, 30,000+ mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town & back to Nairobi!


I hope to entertain you with my crazy ass travel tales as well as offer you inspiration & travel advice (especially for solo female travellers) along the way!


After 30 years of solo female travel to 76 countries, I have a lot of them!


Think of my travel podcast as an audiobook, each episode will take you along with me on my travels day by day or week by week.


In each episode, I will be covering 1 destination and offering up to date travel tips for the area I cover in the episode. Including tips for solo female travel.


This will give you a feeling of what it is really like to travel especially as a solo female traveler.


As well as learn how sustainable travel is the best kind of travel!


I have done many long term budget overland/road trips, as well as shorter trips as a female solo traveler as well as with friends.


When I left for Africa in 1993, I thought I was going to be away for 6 months...it turned out to be 22 years!


The upcoming series will cover more overland trips such as:


Travels in Central America (my most recent in Feb 2020)


Travels in Europe


Travel in South East Asia


Travels in the Middle East


Travels in India


Travels in Canada


Travel in the USA


I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for listening! :)


So if you love solo female travel, adventure travel, or just travel in general then come along for the ride!


You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

LinkedIn

YouTube

Pinterest

New episode out every Thursday!


So make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a step along the way on these epic backpacking trips!

Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcastright here.

If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via mycontact page or Press Kit.

If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users or comment on my website or Youtube videos.

Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.

Tamara x


Lovely Flores and Getting Lost In Tikal Guatemala!
Welcome to Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series was about my 16 months, 31,000-mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! The 2nd series is about my solo month-long overland trip around Central America in February 2020. I travelled to 6 countries including Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. First of all, thank you so much for listening.Don't leave home without travel insurance! This is the company that I use and they cover over 130 countries! https://manyroadstravelled.com/insurance In today's episode #63 (S2E3) Lovely Flores and Getting Lost In Tikal GuatemalaI will be talking about:How to get to Flores Guatemala from San Ignacio BelizeWhat to do in FloresBooking your Tikal tourCost of Tikal tourTips for visiting Tikal in Guatemala You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://instagram.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://manyroadstravelled.com/youtubehttps://twitter.com/manyroadhttps://linkedin.com/tamarabeehttps://pinterest.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://tiktok.com/manyroadstravelled A new episode is out every other Thursday! The next episode will be my 4th episode in series 2 – Central America- We will be travelling from Flores Guatemala overland to Lanquin Guatemala and then going to the beautiful national park Semuc Champey. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on iTunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel. Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
5d ago
26 mins
Visiting the Amazing ATM Cave in Belize
Welcome to Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series was about my 16 months, a 31,000-mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! The 2nd series is about my solo month-long overland trip around Central America in February 2020. I travelled to 6 countries including Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out this awesome done for you money-making machine! You can earn from multiple different income streams and the best thing it is FREE to start! https://manyroadstravelled.com/rapid In today's episode #62 (S2E2) Visiting the Amazing ATM Cave in BelizeI will be talking about:How to get to San Ignacio from Belize CityWhat to do in San IgnacioBooking your ATM cave tourCost of ATM cave tourTips for visiting the ATM cave in Belize You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://instagram.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://manyroadstravelled.com/youtubehttps://twitter.com/manyroadhttps://linkedin.com/tamarabeehttps://pinterest.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://tiktok.com/manyroadstravelled A new episode is out every other Thursday! The next episode will be my 3rd episode in series 2 – Central America- We will be travelling from San Ignacio Belize to Flores Guatemala via local transport and then going to the awesome ancient city of Tikal! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on iTunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel. Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Jan 6 2022
31 mins
Swimming with Sharks in Caye Caulker Belize
Welcome to episode 1 of series 2 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series was about my 16 months, 31k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! The 2nd series I about my solo month-long overland trip around Central America in February 2020. I travelled to 6 countries including Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. First of all, thank you so much for listening. I recommend using this website to book your accommodation as they often have 48-24 free cancellation fees (it's the one I always use) https://manyroadstravelled.com/booking In today's episode Swimming with Sharks In Caye Caulker BelizeI will be talking about: How to get to Caye Caulker from Belize CityWhat to do in Caye CaulkerBudget tips for BelizeBest places to go Snorkeling in Caye Caulker You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://instagram.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://manyroadstravelled.com/youtubehttps://twitter.com/manyroadhttps://linkedin.com/tamarabeehttps://pinterest.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://tiktok.com/manyroadstravelledNew episode is out every other Thursday! The next episode will be my 2nd episode in series 2 – Central America- We will be travelling from Belize City to San Ignacio Belize via local transport to visit the ancient Mayan cave- the ATM cave and see a 1000-year-old crystallized human sacrificed mummy! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on iTunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel. Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Dec 10 2021
28 mins
Many Roads Travelled Series 2 Trailer -Central America
Welcome to series 2 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series was about my 16 months, 31k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!  The 2nd series I about my solo month long overland trip around Central America in February 2020.  I travelled to 6 countries including Belize, Guatamala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Don't leave home without travel insurance! This is the company that I use and they cover over 130 countries! https://manyroadstravelled.com/insurance In today's episode is just a brief trailer of what to come in series 2- Central America,  You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  https://facebook.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://instagram.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://manyroadstravelled.com/youtubehttps://twitter.com/manyroadhttps://linkedin.com/tamarabeehttps://pinterest.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://tiktok.com/manyroadstravelledhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB466FnL8lNRGlzoB_gx-fA New episode out every other Thursday!  Next episode will be my first episode in series 2 – Central America- We will be starting off in Belize on Caye Caulker where I went swimming with sharks, manta rays, turtles and more in the 2nd biggest reef in the world! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!    Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x  Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Nov 27 2021
1 min
LAST STOP! Lamu And Nairobi, Kenya: 31 000 Miles Overland
Welcome to episode 59 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps! But not to worry because I give you up to date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Don't leave home without travel insurance! This is the company that I use and they cover over 130 countries! https://manyroadstravelled.com/insurance In today's episode “LAST STOP! Lamu & Nairobi, Kenya: 31 000 Miles Overland” I have been on the road for 16 months and have covered 31, 000 miles overland. I then moved from Nairobi to the UK where I ended up living for over 20 years! So my 6-month African trip (or how long I thought it was going to be when I left home) turned into 21.5 years! In this last episode of the series I will cover: How to get to Lamu island from NairobiBest things to do in NairobiBest things to do in LamuHow to travel overland in Kenya  You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode is out every other Thursday! The next episode will be my first episode in series 2 – Central America- where I spent a month travelling to 6 countries overland just before Covid 19 lockdown in February 2020. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!   Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit.Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Nov 12 2021
40 mins
Malawi to Nairobi in 4 Days! 30,000 Miles
Welcome to episode 58 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!  So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up to date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Don't leave home without travel insurance! This is the company that I use and they cover over 130 countries! https://manyroadstravelled.com/insurance On today's episode “Malawi to Nairobi in 4 Days! 30,000 Miles” I have been on the road for 15 months and have covered 30, 000 miles overland so far.  In this episode I will cover: Tips for hitchhiking solo in AfricaBest things to do in NairobiBest things to do in Livingstonia MalawiTips for travelling in TanzaniaHow to travel overland in Africa  You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every other Thursday!  Next episode is my last episode in my African trip series and we will be going to visit the lovely island of Lamu (again). Then back to Nairobi before I fly to London UK after 16 months and 30,000 + miles of overland travel! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!    Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x  Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Oct 29 2021
26 mins
Good Times in Lovely Malawi...Again! 28,750 Miles
Welcome to episode 57 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!  So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up to date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out this awesome done for you money-making machine! You can earn from multiple different income streams and the best thing it is FREE to join! https://manyroadstravelled.com/rapid In today's episode “Good Times in Lovely Malawi…Again!: 28,750 Miles” I have been on the road for 15 months and have covered 28,750 miles overland so far.  In this episode I will cover: Tips for hitchhiking solo in MalawiBest things to do in MalawiBest things to do in Blantyre MalawiTips for travelling in MalawiBest beaches in MalawiHow to travel in MalawiNkhata Bay & Cape McClear MalawiHow to prevent getting malaria in Africa You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode is out every other Thursday!  Next episode I continue hitchhiking solo from Malawi to Nairobi and one last visit to one of my fave places in Africa- Lamu before I move to England. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x  Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Oct 15 2021
30 mins
Free Ride in Mozambique: 27,850 Miles
Welcome to episode 56 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!  So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up to date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out this awesome done for you money-making machine! You can earn from multiple different income streams and the best thing it is FREE to join! https://manyroadstravelled.com/rapid On today's episode “Free Ride in Mozambique: 27,850 Miles” I have been on the road for 14 months and have covered 27,850 miles overland so far.  In this episode I will cover: Tips for hitchhiking solo in MozambiqueBest things to do in MozambiqueBest things to do in Maputo, MozambiqueTips for travelling in MozambiqueBest beaches in MozambiqueHow to treat malaria in Africa You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest New episode out every other Thursday!  Next episode I continue hitchhiking solo from Mozambique and go back to Malawi. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!  Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Sep 30 2021
29 mins
Hitchhiking Solo in South Africa & Swaziland (Eswatini): 26,650 Miles
Welcome to episode 55 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!  So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out these awesome hotel deals! The best thing is there are no cancellation fees, no Covid rebooking fees, and no single supplement fees! https://manyroadstravelled.com/deals  On today's episode “Hitchhiking Solo in South Africa & Swaziland (Eswatini): 26,650 Miles” I have been on the road for 14 months and have covered 26,650 miles overland so far.  In this episode I will cover: Safety tips for hitchhiking solo in AfricaWhat to do in Nelspruit, South AfricaKruger National ParkHow to get a visa for Estwanini (Swaziland)What to do in Eswatini (Swaziland)How to get to the Mozambique border You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  A new episode is out every other Thursday!  Next episode I continue hitchhiking solo from Swaziland through Mozambique. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips!  Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Sep 17 2021
28 mins
Lesotho 'The Kingdom in the Sky' & Free State South Africa: 26,100 Miles
Welcome to episode 54 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!  So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. If you would like to learn how to work from home or become a digital nomad then I highly recommend this book! You can get a FREE copy mailed right to your home wherever you are in the world!  Comes with some sweet bonuses too! https://manyroadstravelled.com/book In today's episode “Lesotho ‘Kingdom in the Sky & Free State South Africa: 26,100 Miles” I have been on the road for 420 days and have covered 26,100 miles overland so far.  In this episode I will cover: Hiking in the Drakensberg Mountains, LesothoWhat to do in LesothoHow to get a Lesotho visaHow to get from Sani Pass Lesotho to Buthe Buthe LesothoWhat to do in Free State South Africa You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  A new episode is out every other Thursday!  In next week’s episode I continue hitchhiking solo from Johannesburg to Swaziland Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Sep 2 2021
24 mins
Lost in The Drakensberg Mountains South Africa! : 25600 Miles
Welcome to episode 53 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!  So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Don't leave home without travel insurance! This is the company that I use and they cover over 130 countries! https://manyroadstravelled.com/insurance In today's episode “Lost in The Drakensberg Mountains South Africa: 25,600 Miles” I have been on the road for over 13 months and have covered 25,600 miles overland so far.  In this episode I will cover:Hiking in the Drakensberg Mountains, South AfricaWhat to do if you get lost hiking in the Drakensberg MountainsHow to get from Durban to Sani PassCrossing the South African border into Lesotho via the Sani Pass You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterestIn next week’s episode, after getting lost for 2 days in the Drakensberg mountains, I try hiking in Lesotho instead! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel. Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Jul 30 2021
23 mins
Working in Durban South Africa for 6 Weeks: 25,400 Miles
Welcome to episode 52 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out this awesome done for you money-making machine! You can earn from multiple different income streams and the best thing it is FREE to join! https://manyroadstravelled.com/rapid In today's episode “Working in Durban South Africa for 6 Weeks: 25,400 Miles” I have been on the road for a year and have covered 25,400 miles overland so far.  In this episode I will cover: How to get from Cape Town to Durban South AfricaI was almost in a fatal bus accident in South AfricaWorking in Durban South AfricaWhat to do in Durban South AfricaBest beaches in Durban South Africa You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  A new episode is out every Thursday!  In next week’s episode, I start hitching solo back up to Nairobi! First, stop is at the Drakensberg mountains in  Lesotho where I got lost for the night! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Jul 15 2021
17 mins
After a Year On The Road I Finally Made it to Cape Town! : 24,400 Miles
Welcome to episode 51 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps! But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out this awesome done for you money-making machine! You can earn from multiple different income streams and the best thing it is FREE to join! https://manyroadstravelled.com/rapid In today's episode “After a Year On The Road I Finally Made it to Cape Town: 24,400 Miles” I have been on the road for almost a year and have covered 24,400 miles overland so far. In this episode I will cover: Fish River Canyon NamibiaWhat to do at Fish River CanyonHow to do the hiking trail at Fish River Canyon NamibiaBest things to do in Cape Town South AfricaHow much the cable car is up Table Mountain in Cape Town You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday! In next week’s episode, we will be going to meet my great-great uncle and live and work in Durban South Africa for 6 weeks. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips! New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Jun 24 2021
18 mins
Breathtaking Sossusvlei & a Crazy Christmas in Luderitz Namibia: 23,700 Miles
Welcome to episode 50 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!So before the internet, cell phones and Google maps! But not to worry because I give you up to date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Don't leave home without travel insurance! This is the company that I use and they cover over 130 countries! https://manyroadstravelled.com/insurance On today's episode “Breathtaking Sossusvlei & a Bruce ‘Tamara’ Lee Christmas in Luderitz Namibia: 23,700 Miles” I have been on the road for over 11 months and have covered 23,700 miles so far. In this episode I will cover: What to do in Swakopmund NamibiaExploring the amazing sand dunes of SossusvleiWhat to do (or not do) in Luderitz NamibiaBest things to do in NamibiaWhat to do in NamibiaHow to travel around Namibia   You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday! In next week’s episode, we will have done it!We arrive in Cape Town after almost a year travelling overland from Paris! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips! New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Jun 17 2021
22 mins
Caprivi Strip, Etosha Pan, Animals & Much More in Wondrous Namibia! : 23,000 Miles
Welcome to episode 49 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out these awesome hotel deals! The best thing is there are no cancellation fees, no Covid rebooking fees and no single supplement fees! https://manyroadstravelled.com/deals  In today's episode “Caprivi Strip, Etosha Pan, Animals & So Much More in Wondrous Namibia: 23,000 Miles” I have been on the road for 11 months and have covered 23,000 miles so far.  In this episode I will cover: How to get from Victoria Falls to the Caprivi StripWhat to do along the Caprivi Strip NamibiaBest things to do in NamibiaHow to get to Mahango Game Reserve NamibiaHow to get to Etosha PanHow to get to Twynafoltein NamibiaVisiting the White Lady Rock painting in NamibiaAncient cave paintings in NamibiaWhat to do in NamibiaWhen is Torro Bay Namibia open?Hettie Bay Namibia   You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday!  In next week’s episode, we are going to be going to amazing Sossusvlei, Windhoek, and spending Christmas camping in Luderitz Namibia! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Jun 10 2021
21 mins
I Almost Died Twice at Victoria Falls Zimbabwe! : 21,300 Miles
Welcome to episode 48 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out this awesome done for you money-making machine! You can earn from multiple different income streams and the best thing it is FREE to join! https://manyroadstravelled.com/rapid  In today's episode “I Almost Died Twice at Victoria Falls Zimbabwe: 21,300 Miles” I have been on the road for over 10 months and have covered 21,300 miles so far.  In this episode I will cover: What to do at Victoria Falls ZimbabweWhite water rafting down the Zambezi river at Victoria FallsBest things to do in ZimbabweWhat to do in ZimbabweHow to get to the Zimbabwe Great National Monument How to get to Mapoto National Park ZimbabweVisiting Mapoto Hills Rock Formation ZimbabweAncient cave painting in Mapoto National ParkWhat to do in Bulawayo Zimbabwe   You can find more info on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday!  In next week’s episode we are going to Zambia, Botswana (very briefly), and driving through the Caprivi Strip to Namibia! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop on these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback, or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
Jun 4 2021
20 mins
The Commonwealth Crew is Created in Zimbabwe! : 20600 Miles
Welcome to episode 47 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out this awesome done for you money-making machine! You can earn from multiple different income streams and the best thing it is FREE to join! https://manyroadstravelled.com/rapid  In today's episode, The Commonwealth Crew is Created in Zimbabwe: 20,600 Miles I have been on the road for 10 months and have covered 20,250 miles so far.  In this episode I will cover: How to travel around ZimbabweBest things to do in ZimbabweHow much a visa is for ZimbabweMeeting my new travel companions for the next 2 months (aka the Commonwealth crew)What to do in ZimbabweHow to get to Pungwe Gorge and waterfalls ZimbabweHow to get to Mutarazi Falls National park ZimbabweHow to get to Vumba Botanical gardens ZimbabweHow to get to Chiminani National park Zimbabwe   You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday!  In next week’s episode, we are going to Bulawayo and Victoria Falls! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
May 27 2021
23 mins
Malaria in Malawi! : 20250 Miles
Welcome to episode 46 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. If you have an online business then you need to check out the best all-in-one marketing platform on the planet! Grab this 30-day trial and get unlimited use of their 40 digital marketing tools! https://manyroadstravelled.com/travel  On today's episode Malaria in Malawi: 20,250 Miles I have been on the road for 10 months and have covered 20,250 miles so far.  In this episode I will cover: How to prevent malariaWhat to do if you get malariaSymptoms of malaria How to get from Malawi to ZimbabweHow to get from Zomba to Blantyre MalawiWhat to do in Zomba MalawiWhat to do in Blantyre MalawiHow to climb the Zomba plateau in MalawiHow to travel around Malawi   You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday!  In next week’s episode, we are in Zimbabwe! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara xSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
May 20 2021
27 mins
Good Times in Nkhata Bay & Cape McClear Malawi : 20,000 Miles
Welcome to episode 45 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching!  So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94! So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps!  But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Check out these awesome hotel deals! The best thing is there are no cancellation fees, no Covid rebooking fees, and no single supplement fees! https://manyroadstravelled.com/deals  On today's episode Good Times in Nkhata Bay & Cape McClear Malawi: 20,000 Miles I have been on the road for over 9 months and have covered 20,000 miles so far.  In this episode I will cover: How to get from Nkhata Bay to Cape McClear MalawiHow to get from Lilongwe to Cape McClear MalawiWhat to do in Cape McClear MalawiWhat to do in Nkhata BayHow to travel around MalawiDaily budget for Malawi   You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media:  FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday!  In next week’s episode, you will hear more about hiking Zomba Plateau & Blantyre Malawi! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips!  New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on itunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
May 13 2021
30 mins
1000 Mile Dash to get from Zanzibar to Malawi for my Birthday: 18,960 Miles
Welcome to episode 44 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in 1993/94!So before the internet, cell phones, and Google maps! But not to worry because I give you up-to-date info on each episode. First of all, thank you so much for listening. Don't leave home without travel insurance! This is the company that I use and they cover over 130 countries! https://manyroadstravelled.com/insurance  On today's episode 1000 Mile Dash to get from Zanzibar to Malawi for my Birthday: 18,960 Miles I have been on the road for over 8 months and have covered 18,960 miles so far. In this episode I will cover: How to get from Zanzibar to Dar es Salaam TanzaniaHow to get from Dar es Salaam to MalawiHow to cross the Tanzania Malawi borderWhat to do in Nkhata BayHow to travel around Tanzania & MalawiHow to get a Malawi visaThe cost of a Malawi visaDaily budget for Malawi   You can find more info and transcriptions on Many Roads Travelled as well as on social media: FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedInYouTubePinterest  New episode out every Thursday! In next week’s episode, you will hear more about Nkhata Bay Malawi! Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss a stop in these epic road trips! New episode every Thursday! Donations will be greatly appreciated (and I receive 100% of them). You can help me keep producing the podcast right here.  If you would like to contact me with any questions, feedback or about being a guest on your show you can get in touch via my contact page or Press Kit. If you would like to get a shoutout on my weekly podcast then just leave me a review on iTunes for Apple users on my website or in the comment section on my Youtube channel.   Until then, safe travels...one road at a time.Tamara x Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/many-roads-travelled-solo-female-travel/donations
May 6 2021
25 mins

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