A couple months ago I was approached about doing a podcast with Nathaniel Boyle, who has done the same with many other travel bloggers and is now publishing them for the series “Daily Travel Podcast.” I was initially hesitant as I don’t think I interview well (I always feel sorry after ending a call with a reporter), but it turned out better than I expected. Nathaniel did a good job of letting me set the pace so I could ramble without worrying about it.
If you saw me talk at FTU Seattle, you probably know what I’m talking about.
He’s already at Episode 25, and as Nathaniel puts it:
In this episode, Scott allows me to pick his brain to help you get started thinking about travel hacking to earn points and miles so that we can break down the cost-prohibitive aspects of travel and see the world for as close to free as possible.
I don’t think any of it is revelatory if you’ve been reading this blog for a while, but you might want to go listen anyway or share it with your friends. And while I’m technically on vacation right now, I’ll try to get some content of my own up soon for those of you who prefer the written word.