Twenty-Something Traveler

Premiere DateMar 23, 2015
Categories Media Music
00:00 Intro
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01:22 Impossible Love Fast Moving Clouds
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01:58 This Is Not a Guidebook Emily Flynn
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13:56 Soft Eyes Fast Moving Clouds
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14:37 Chicago Christina Solomon
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22:49 Mr. Wrong The Cribs
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23:23 Best Chicago Eats Christina Solomon
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28:52 Pacific Time The Cribs
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29:28 24 Hours in Chicago Christina Solomon
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33:54 Send Off
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34:50 Bawl/Cry/Wail In Tall Buildings
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38:57 Finish
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DJ Jess
3/23/2015

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 —

@Jess_Ayn

https://www.facebook.com/TSTonBTR

Jessicaayn@gmail.com

This week we’re exploring how guidebooks are changing and the value of being unprepared or spontaneous on your travels. We’re catching up with Emily Flynn, author of This Is Not A Guidebook, for her thoughts.

(Emily at Blanca Peak)

You can find Emily at–

www.facebook.com/notaguidebook

@radadvntrchik

After that we’re getting some local eyes on the scene in Chicago with Christina Solomon, author of the fabulous food-centric Chicago blog Chritiques.

(Christina Solomon – Photo by Heather Parker Photography)

You can find Christina at–

www.facebook.com/chritiques

@chritiques

Playlist

(Millenium Park, Chicago – From Chritiques)

(Photo by Bert Kaufmann)

Jess Goulart began working at BTR in 2013 as an intern. Before leaving in 2016 she was also a staff writer, podcast host (Scotch & Cinema, Twenty-Something Traveler, Biology of the Blog), and Social Media…

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