If you want another helping of dumplings, err, I mean another helping of our podcast with Farihah Ali, you can download the transcript. Read along as Farihah tries to find the best dumplings on Friendly Planet Travel’s Taste of China tour.
If you’re unable to listen to Charlie Clarke’s first-hand account of Friendly Planet’s Taste of Vietnam tour, grab the transcript. It’s a great resource to hold on to for anyone thinking about traveling to Vietnam.
Scott Jordan, CEO and founder of SCOTTEVEST Travel Clothing, covered a lot of ground in his podcast with Melissa, our Friendly Planet blogger. If you didn’t have time to listen to the whole interview, here’s the transcript.
If you were struggling to hear parts of my podcast with Christine Gilbert, creator of Almost Fearless, you’re not alone. Skype enabled us to chat when she was in Colombia, but it got a little bumpy in some spots. So if you missed anything, give your ears a break and read the transcript.
If you’re more of a visual learner, you can read the transcript of my podcast with Brave New Traveler’s Co-Editor, Christine Garvin. In her own words, she’ll tell you about her holistic approach to travel and the many paths a person can take to becoming a global citizen.
A lot of ground (and sea) was covered in Melissa’s podcast with Judy Poliva on the Aegean and Cyclades Greek Island Hopper tours. If you want to catch their conversation on paper, the transcript is below. Even better, if you plan to book one of the tours, print it out so you can take it with you. Trust me, the advice inside will come in handy.
In case you’d rather read my interview with Ron Beller about his Best of China trip, I’m posting the transcript here. Don’t forget to take a look at his photos too.
If the audio sounded a little fuzzy to you on my podcast with Matt Kepnes, it wasn’t your ears. Conducting a phone interview across the Atlantic Ocean is known to cause some connection problems. Apologies if you were straining your ears, but if you missed any part of the conversation, you can catch the transcript. Hopefully it’ll be easier on your senses.
If you didn’t take notes during my podcast with Laura Carroll, Managing Editor of Students In Europe, don’t sweat it. Grab a highlighter and read the transcript.
We’re giving you not just one, but two ways to travel around the world with Gary Arndt, creator of Everything Everywhere and world traveler. First, our podcast that we shared with you last week, and now the transcript of our interview, which you can read below.