Where Else to Go

A travel podcast that focuses on destinations that you may not have thought about visiting, as well as new ways to see some of your favorite destinations. Let us provide you information for your next vacation. We want to help you decide where to go. . . and where ELSE to go.

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      Episode #24 - Where Else to Go: Perth, Western Australia


      Welcome to the Where Else to Go podcast where we talk about where to go - and where else to go - whether that's across town or around the world.

      This week's episode features Erin Bender talking about her hometown of Perth,  the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. While Erin and her family spend most of their lives on the road, they've been traveling non-stop for over four years, she was quite willing to dish about home. She says:

      Perth is ...


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      28m
       2017-01-23

      Episode #23 - Where Else to Go: Iceland in the Off Season


      Welcome to Episode #23 of the Where Else to Go podcast. This week we're talking with Katie Hammel about visiting Iceland in the off season.

      If you've perused any travel media lately, you know that Iceland is hot, hot, hot. But Katie gives us some suggestions from traveling to Iceland when it's down right cold.

      Here's what she says:

      Iceland's tourism is exploding, but most people still visit in the summer high season. Go in March or April or September or October and...


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      30m
       2016-11-21

      Halloween Episode - Where Else to Go: Halloween Horror Nights, Orlando


      Hello! Thanks for joining us for the special Halloween episode of the Where Else to Go podcast. Joining me today to talk about Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando is Rick Howard.

      Rick began working in the travel industry for over 20 years now. Bitten by the travel bug at an early age, it seemed like a logical career path when he founded his first travel agency in 1996. In his role at Kingdom Magic Vacations he travels a lot, and in his role at Travel with Rick, he travels as ...


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      28m
       2016-10-31

      Episode #22 – Where Else to Go: Minho Region of Portugal


      Hello, and thanks for joining us for Episode #22 of the Where Else to Go podcast. Today we're talking with Julie Fox about the Minho Region of Portugal.

      I first visited Portugal in 2011 for a very short period of time and was fortunate to go back again in 2015 for a much longer period. I came very close to the Minho Region, and if I'd only had this information then, I may have extended  my time in the country to go a little farther inland.

      Minho is bordered by the River Do...


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      29m
       2016-10-17

      Episdoe #21 - Where Else to Go: Namwon, South Korea


      Hello! Thanks for joining us for Episode #21 of the Where Else to Go Podcast. Today we'll be talking with Samantha about Namwon, South Korea. Samantha is a travel blogger and is currently teaching ESL in Namwon. She fell in love with the area and wants us to as well.

      Namwon is about a two hour KTX train ride from Seoul, or a three to four-hour bus ride, depending on traffic. It's an hour from Jeonju, which is rising on the Korean travel lists for its traditional housing (Hanoks)....


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      30m
       2016-10-10

      Episode #20 - Where Else to Go: Caribbean Coast of Colombia


      Welcome to episode #20 of the Where Else to Go Podcast. We're glad to have you with us for today's show which features Gemma Armit talking about where else to go - the Caribbean Coast of Colombia.

      Gemma is a teacher of politics and current affairs in Scotland and is also a travel blogger at Two Scots Abroad. Gemma and her husband are just back from a 17-month career break during which they traveled in the Americas and Europe. Although they've returned home, they're not giving up...


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      29m
       2016-10-03

      Episode 19 - Where Else to Go: San Pedro de Atacama, Chile


      Welcome to the Where Else to Go podcast. I'm so glad to have you join us for Episode #19 featuring Kimberly Erin Davies talking about where else to go – San Pedro de Atacama in Chile.

      Kimmie grew up being taught that travel is education in a less formal environment, and has since been doing her best to practice this belief. She now works as a travel blogger, traveling the Americas, writing and inspiring others to push the boundaries of travel. She is an adventurer and loves to clim...


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      31m
       2016-09-26

      Episode #18 - Where Else to Go: Benin


      Hello, and welcome to episode #18 of the Where Else to Go podcast. Whether you're looking to travel around the block or around the world, we're here to give you some inspiration to begin researching where to go. . . and where else to go.

      My guest today is Marysia Maciocha, an ex-lawyer from Poland, who describes herself as a crazy Polish girl traveling around the globe. She travels most of the time, with intermittent breaks for family events, and remains enthusiastic about the c...


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      28m
       2016-09-19

      Episode #17 - Where Else to Go: Rwanda


      Rwanda is a small landlocked country just south of the equator in central and east Africa. The country is mountains in the west and savannah in the east, and although primarily an agricultural economy, tourism is becoming an important part of the economy.

      While many people only know about Rwanda for its horrible history of genocide, travel blogger Bret Love fell in love with it. He says:

      Rwanda. It's relatively off the beaten path for most American travelers, and there's a...


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      36m
       2016-09-12

      Episode #16 - Where Else to Go: Southern Brazil


      Welcome to the Where Else to Go podcast. Episode #16 features Elena Paschinger talking about where else to go - southern Brazil.

      Elena is a tourism management graduate from Austria turned travel writer, teacher, business consultant and public speaker. She became totally impassioned with meaningful, culturally authentic, and engaging travel experiences after spending one and a half years living and working in New Zealand. Tracking the exponential growth of creative travel around the...


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      32m
       2016-06-27