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it’s the wanderlust episode !
tomorrow morning we hop on our plane to LA and portland. so of course we need to talk to you guys about wanderlust – that exciting itch we get when we think about seeing the world and discovering new grounds.

we talk about :
– why you get wanderlust !
– backpacking vs city trip : why do we prefer different types of travels ?
– our travel bucket list !
– is it necessary to travel ?
– question of the week : if we moved tomorrow, where would we go ?
– why is jenny so sure she will die every time she travels ?

and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is about the US cliché bingo we played on our 1 month road trip we took a few years back. did anyone say artichokes ?

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  1. Lea Søndergaard

    Lovely podcast as always. :) I so enjoy it and your youtube videos. I was wondering which podcasts and youtube channels you guys listen to/watch?

  2. Lovely podcast, and Jenny I hope you don’t die on this trip!
    Have you guys read The Art of Travel, by Alain De Botton? It’s about why we travel and some things you mentioned, I think you might like it :)

  3. Loved this. You guys are the most interesting “Boring” people in my life. I think it’s maybe because I’m an introvert and so are you. I think anyway. I don’t even have a bucket list. I’d much rather stay home and read, watch some vids and listen to Podcasts. I”m very Happy.
    I look forward to listening about all your travels. I’m a little jealous of your trip to Portland. Love that city.
    Best for luck from the Seattle area.

  4. Thank you, Jenny and David, for these podcasts! These and also your videos are my favourite thing to listen to at night, when I’m trying to forget the troubles of the day and get ready for bed. I am currently having a difficult time in my life, anxiety is a problem and all sorts of noisy or messy things make me uncomfortable. But your videos and podcasts are the opposite of this – very well put together and clean and relaxed, and so it makes me more relaxed too. Thank you again and all the best from Estonia!

  5. Aypaucoffee

    David’s American supermarket voice is awesome,have a great trip you guys. I’m planning a trip to the US (first time) so I’m curious about your experiences there.

  6. I’m as ‘boring’ as you guys. And no regrets! My friends know I’m an old soul or something like that, and I’ll gladly curl up on a sofa, with a cup of tea and watch french movies on a Friday night, instead of going to a club.

    I did do the hole backpacking/hosteling thing (but in Europe and the Amazon) when I was 19. My coolness is restricted to traveling. Just because backpacking was the only way I could afford to exercise my wanderlust.

  7. This might be one of my favorites! Jenny’s description of train travel was perfect (and so closely matches the elegance that I imagine).

  8. amen to “boring” nights in.
    because of you guys I feel like a less boring person, because I don’t like festivals and stuff like that either.
    also, backpacking is not my thing. I feel like I wouldn’t be able to plan everything out, and since I love planning, that would be a problem.

    Thanks for sharing your awesomeness!!

    (greatings from Belgium)

  9. loving your podcasts from austin, tx & i very much agree wth Make’s comments above! its such a good feeling to know that others have interests similar to your own & yes i do not enjoy crowds, festivals, or backpacking. looking forward to more podcasts and videos!

    my best,

  10. Hi Jenny, I’ve just been listening to this podcast… You talked about dogs in bags in America and how you don’t see it in Europe, Last time we visited Berlin Maggie our dog came too, She was in a bag on the U-Bahn due to a leg injury, for once my friend Del didn’t get all the attention as everyone was looking at her lol

  11. You have creative hands and minds of great food, really the recipes you share I feel very delicious and beautiful, thank you for sharing these great recipes.

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