Carrie talks to Elle Croft; London-based travel blogger, social media consultant and author of “The Guilty Wife” (released in December 2017). She can usually be found with her nose in a book and a cup of strong coffee in her hand, or plotting her next travel adventure.We discuss her Australian background, living in Canada and England, her travel tips, and her new best-selling debut book. Countries discussed: England, Australia, South Africa, Canada, USA, Morocco
Carrie talks to Andrea Grant, a Canadian-born poet, comic book writer, and content & branding pro based in Los Angeles. We discuss her Canadian roots, impact of her Coast Salish (indigenous) culture, travel inspiration on her writing, and places she wants to visit next. Countries discussed: Canada, USA (LA vs NY), Germany, Bermuda, Japan
Carrie talks to Laura Ferguson (from the vault) – producer, frequent global traveller and co-host of their previous podcast Caftan Mondays. Prone to spontaneous road trips, here they discuss some of their favorite recent jaunts across America.
Carrie talks to Christina Xenos; journalist, cookbook author, and founder of Sweet Greek Personal Chef Services. We discuss her Greek roots, her travel tips, and her mission to get people to connect & learn over food. Countries discussed: Greece, USA (LA, Ohio), Turkey, Morocco, Korea, Japan
Carrie talks to Cassandra Santoro, founder of Travel Italian Style, about her travel planning business and extensive knowledge about Italy. From how she got started, to her travel tips, Tedx Talk, Christmas traditions, Italian heritage and New York City roots, we have much to discuss. Countries discussed: Italy, USA (NY), Sweden, Indonesia
I speak with Lauren Randolph, founder of My Hotel Wedding, about this holiday engagement season (one that included a Royal this year). Lauren offers helpful tips from engagements to hotel weddings to honeymoons, as well as stories from her global jaunts and Los Angeles roots.
I chat with journalist Hollie McKay about her work as a correspondent covering foreign policy, war crimes, terrorism and geopolitical crises across the Middle East, as well as her early years as a ballerina in Australia, and her road trips across america on her Harley.
This week I chat with international tourism marketing pro and Time Out Tastemaker Siobhan Chrétien about her global journeys & solo travel, her work and her early life in Canada and Ireland.
This week I chat with writer, filmmaker and Bitten founder Naz Riahi about her business, her travels, her Iranian immigrant roots, her writing and her experience at The White House.