Welcome to the Twenty-Something Traveler – the new travel podcast only on BTR! Hosted by DJ Jess, this podcast is entirely dedicated to helping twenty-somethings get out and travel. An array of guests from around the globe will teach you how to do it for cheap — including info on couchsurfing, work study, AirBnB, hitchhiking, walking, road trips, and all manner of ways to see the world you haven’t considered. Plus each week we’ll ask a local living in a popular destination to curate their best 24-hours there so you’ll get the most authentic experience possible from the minute you arrive! I’m your host, DJ Jess, and you can find me at —
This week the show is jam packed with great travel tips! First up, Erin McNeany, founder of NeverEndingVoyage.com, shares her new travel app Trail Wallet.
(Photo from NeverEndingVoyage)
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Then I tell you about a super cool secret travel project I’m volunteering for…ok ok, so it’s not a secret. I’m psyched to be working for the New York Travel Festival! Tune in to hear all about it, and find them here–
After that we’re getting some local eyes on the scene in Denver, Colorado, with the talented comedian, actor, and writer Adam Cayton-Holland!
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And because we know after listening you’ll want to read up on the best winter treehouses (duh), follow this link!
(Colorado – Photo by Zach Dischner)
(Denver Skyline – Photo by Larry Johnson)
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