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Can travel be more than just a fun thing to do? Could it also provide some benefit and learning experiences later in life? I have always thought this and this is why I have relentlessly travelled the world and now have been to over 80 countries. I have always thought that I was planting the seeds of wisdom while in faraway lands. Through experiences with foreign people, cultures, concepts, and ways of doing things I learned much more than anything I could've done while at home. I interview a ...
 
Do you want to learn Spanish and travel? Learn Spanish and travel the world with Jim and May from Spanish and Go. Advance your listening comprehension through incredible travel stories, cultural conversations, Spanish tips, and interviews with Spanish speakers from around the world. You’ll hear natural conversational Spanish perfect for the intermediate or advanced Spanish learner. With Spanish and Go, not only will you improve your Spanish, but you’ll gain the tools to travel abroad with co ...
 
If you have a passion for the Spanish language, Latin music, and travel, then this podcast is for you. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with weekly conversations and fun, music-based Spanish lessons. If you want to be fluent in Spanish, the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the culture. Learn Spanish fast that you can use in real world Spanish conversations and close your Spanish grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learne ...
 
Learn Spanish with Doorway to Mexico, a fun language learning podcast for intermediate and advanced Spanish students. In our first 22 episodes, we listened to native Mexican Spanish teacher Paulina and her real-life students as they traveled through Mexico exploring the country's rich language and diverse cultural history. Now they’re back together again, interacting in Spanish with friends, work colleagues and other native Spanish speakers in their own neighborhoods. Not just for tourists, ...
 
Oli Russell-Cowan is an action sports enthusiast and event guru that founded radseason.com, a global event platform featured in Forbes, Fox News and Nasdaq. In this show Oli meets the people who push boundaries on a daily basis to achieve the ultimate adventure. Listen to their unbelievable stories how they achieved their “Firsts in the world”. Hear about their unique experiences and the lessons they learnt along the way. Get inspired about a world of fun where “it’s always the season somewh ...
 
Join James from 4x4earth.com as he learns about 4 wheel driving, trucks, tracks, places to go and things to do when exploring the 4x4 Earth. He looks at driving and recovery techniques, trucks, mods, bush camping and cooking, fishing and generally enjoying the Great Outdoors. Learn tips and tricks to have a great time in the places that other people can't get to. Do all of this while being safe and looking after the environment.
 
Welcome to Life’s Lost Luggage, where we pass on everything we have learnt during the process of leaving our safe office jobs in London, to travel the world making inspiring videos for social media. We tell you the full story of how we got to where we are, including all the mishaps and successes. We will also be giving advice on the countries we have visited and recording live podcasts on locations from our new and exciting journeys. Please come along with us as we search for Life's Lost Lug ...
 
In this podiobook: WHEN TIME mysteriously stops, young Max Quick must travel across America to find the source of this 'temporal disaster'... Along the way, he and his companions encounter ancient mysteries, quantum Books, and clues to the riddle of stopped Time. But the more Max learns, the more it seems that his own true identity is not what he once believed..."driven -- and driven well -- by good old-fashioned sci-fi storytelling." - Kirkus Reviews ForeWord Magazine 'Book of the Year' Fin ...
 
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Travel doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, it’s possible to travel for $50 a day or less in most countries. May and I regularly travel around Mexico for as little as $40 a day. How is this possible? Over the years we’ve discovered a number of resources and methods for lowering our costs while maximizing our experiences around the world. In this …
 
Learning a new language can be intimidating. The journey is full of twists and turns. Some days you feel like you’re making progress, and others feel like you’ve forgotten everything you’ve been studying. I’ve been there. I’ve never considered myself a “language guy,” but through hard work and persistence, I became fluent in Spanish. In this episod…
 
Gary Fisher is the inventor of the modern mountain bike and Founder of Fisher Bicycle. Gary grew up in San Francisco, California riding road bikes as a kid and persuaded the Belmont Bike Club to let him join them. This opened up his world to racing bikes taking wins in the TransAlp and Masters XC national title. He set the record for the Repack dow…
 
Robert Pepper gives a detailed report on his Toyota LandCruiser 300 Test Drive and a test ride with the Ineos Grenadier. Check out the show notes on 4x4earth.com for more details and links to the sites we've mentioned in the podcast. Join the conversation about the 4x4earth podcast on the 4x4earth forum. www.4x4earth.com is Australia's largest free…
 
Tacos: The definitive Mexican food. And we’re not talking about the hard-shell with shredded cheese variety. We’re talking about the authentic Mexican soft tortilla with all the fixings kind. But where do they come from? What are the most popular ones? How much does a typical taco cost in Mexico? Which ones are our favorites? Find all that out and …
 
Sue Izzo is a former action sports agent, business growth coach, Mentor and CEO of Sports Management Mastermind. Sue started off her career in action sports getting her first job at Burton in Vermont. She then worked for ICR in youth marketing and was exposed to sports marketing which lead to opening her own sports marketing agency Mosaic Sports Ma…
 
Do you struggle to stay consistent with learning Spanish each and every day and every week? Do you have times where you start studying, you make a little bit of progress and then you stop again and again? Or have you ever got a streak going on one of those apps and then you abandon it because one day came around, you completely forgot and then you …
 
Nick Hounsfield is a British surfer and social entrepreneur, Founder of the first inland surfing destination in Bristol The Wave, the Chairman of Surfing England and a member of the UK Sport International Leadership Programme. Nick talks about how he got into surfing and what lead to the idea of bringing an artificial wave to Bristol and the ups an…
 
Who knew bread could have such a colorful and creepy history? In this episode we talk about pan de muerto or “bread of the dead.” Where does it come from? What does it mean? Where can I get the chocolate filled kind? We answer all these questions and more. Links: 028 - Día de Muertos: Lo Que Tienes Que Saber | Day of the Dead: What You Need to Kno…
 
Caroline Buchanan is a 5 x Mountain Bike World Champion and 3 x BMX World Champion. Caroline has been competing at the highest level of BMX racing and mountain biking for over two decades. She represented her country in BMX at two Olympic Games and is considered one of Australia's most popular female action sports athletes, winning accolades such a…
 
Have you heard about the Llorona (The Weeping Lady)? Legend has it that if you listen carefully, you might just hear her crying in the distance for her deceased children. Latin American culture is full of stories that are passed down from generation to generation. All of these tales were new to me when I first visited Mexico, and if you’re a believ…
 
Scott Martin is the Founder of Groundswell Origins, a Serial Entrepreneur and content creator. Scott has built numerous communities within the action sports space and has run his company Groundswell Origins for the past 5 years which mentors and teaches entrepreneurs to scale business rapidly, sustainably and exponentially. Scott discusses how his …
 
Mexico is a big country with a variety of foods, cultures, and climates. But what do we think is the most beautiful city in the country? For us, it’s Guanajuato! A UNESCO World Heritage city located in the heart of the country with the best of everything Mexico has to offer. Learn a bit about this incredible part of Mexico, what makes it so special…
 
David Meltzer is the Co-founder of Sports 1 Marketing and former CEO of renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment agency. David discusses how he started his entrepreneurial journey after graduating from Law School. With the aim of making money he got a job in sales selling legal research on the internet in 1992. He then went on to Silicon Val…
 
[FREE DOWNLOAD] Quick Guide to Your First Spanish Conversation >> Click here to download or go to www.spanishconversationguide.com - Learn *exactly* what to say when you meet someone for the first time in less than 30 minutes! Support the show (https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/support)
 
Improving your Spanish pronunciation is an important part of your language journey. Not only does speaking clearly greatly improved your chances of being understood correctly, but it will also help you sound more natural when you speak and help build your confidence. In this episode, May and I talk about how to improve your Spanish pronunciation. L…
 
Linley Lewis is the Co-Founder of Ticket to Ride, Wavelength Media and the Blue Earth Summit. Linley discusses how he came up with the idea of starting an action sports travel business with his best mate Will Hayler whilst studying at University. How they grew their travel company after their original launch with a 1000 mile road trip across South …
 
How many times have you learned something in Spanish, and when you need to use that word or phrase in a conversation you realize that you have completely forgotten it? In this episode of the podcast if you have trouble forgetting things we are going to touch on some strategies and techniques you can use to remember and retain the things you learn i…
 
Puerto Rico is an incredible place to visit, but what is it like to live in “La Isla del Encanto?” After three years of living on the island, we share our thoughts about the pros and cons of life in paradise. Links: Living in Puerto Rico: 17 Things You Should Know Ep. 055 - Mi Camino Hacia la Ciudadanía de EEUU Parte 1 | My Journey to U.S. Citizens…
 
Paul Taublieb is a multiple Emmy Award winning action sports filmmaker, producer and director. Paul discusses growing up in New York starting off his career writing articles for Surfing Magazine. His career path bringing the sport of freestyle motocross to the X Games. Paul talks about how he got into content creation and filmmaking which led him t…
 
In this episode of the podcast, you'll get to hear an excerpt of my interview with Elle Charisse from the Speaking Tongues podcast. She asked me about my earliest experiences learning language and the cultural influences that shape the Spanish spoken in the Caribbean. We also talk about some of my favorite artists and songs. Send a DM to @learnspan…
 
From Bigfoot to the Loch Ness Monster, mythical creatures have been a source of intrigue worldwide for millennia. Are there creatures that exist just outside of view? In this episode, we explore the ever-evasive chupacabras, a creature that has both terrified and baffled populations in Latin America and beyond. Is it real? Where does it come from? …
 
Shelby Stanger is an action sports journalist and founder of REI's Wild Ideas Worth Living and Vitamin Joy Podcast. Shelby discusses growing up in San Diego and how she got into surfing. Her career path starting as a journalist having one of the coolest first jobs out of college ever as a writer for the Vans Warped Tour to getting a corporate job i…
 
Ever learn something new in Spanish, only to find what you “learned” has gone out the window the moment you try to use it in a regular conversation? Who hasn’t!? If you’re like most people who don’t automatically remember new concepts or vocabulary right away, then this episode is for you. Learn how to make what you learn in Spanish really stick so…
 
Did you know there are almost 70 languages recognized as “National Languages” in the country? But that’s not all, it’s estimated that there are around 364 languages spoken all over Mexico! For our second episode in the series about Spanish-speaking countries, we decided to highlight May’s country and share some valuable and interesting information …
 
Hispanic Heritage Month was established to recognize what Hispanic and Latinos have brought to the world in terms of culture and history, but it isn’t without its critics. Often such holidays that are meant to honor different groups of people become overcommercialed and don’t do much to advance general knowledge about what these groups actually con…
 
Following his outstanding qualification for the Tokyo Olympic Games, German surfer, Leon Glatzer talks about his German heritage, being born in Hawaii and growing up as a surfer in Costa Rica. Glatzer discusses how he moved with his Mum to Costa Rica at a young age and got hooked on surfing at the perfect point break of Pavones. He talks about gett…
 
Spanish is difficult to learn for a number of reasons. Not only are there differences in word order and accents when compared to English, but you also need to keep track of which words are masculine and feminine. In this episode, we talk about how to overcome these struggles to make the learning process easier. Stay tuned for part two… Links: Why S…
 
Daniel Dhers is a professional BMX Freestyle athlete considered one of the most decorated BMX Park riders of all time with 5 X Games Gold Medals and a Silver in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Dhers talks about how he got into riding BMX growing up in Caracas, Venezuela, moving to Argentina and the BMX scene there. He discusses competing around the w…
 
Street animals are a common sight in many Spanish-speaking countries. And it seems no matter where we go, we either find them, or they find us. We’ve both helped to foster and find forever homes for many animals over the years, and in this episode, we wanted to share some of those stories with you as well as a number of ways you can help. Whether y…
 
Shaun Tomson is a legendary South-African surfer, 1977 World Champion, considered one of the 10 Greatest Surfers of All Time, an entrepreneur and a best-selling author. Shaun talks about how his father got him into surfing growing up in Durban, South Africa. He discusses competing around the world and being part of the free ride generation in Hawai…
 
Andrea traveled to Central and South America for over a decade and never got beyond speaking 'survival Spanish' -- even after living abroad and studying Spanish in university. She went from being overwhelmed learning Spanish on her own to consistently speaking Spanish every week and making measurable progress. We talk about… the game-changing strat…
 
Travel is an exciting opportunity, but it’s not risk-free. Scammers have come up with clever ways to take advantage of unsuspecting visitors abroad. Unfortunately, running into someone who’s looking to take advantage of you is a matter of when, not if. But such a situation doesn’t have to end up with you getting ripped off. In this episode, we expl…
 
Nicholi Rogatkin is an American pro freeride mountain biker, 2016 FMB World Champion and 2018 Triple Crown Winner as well as the winningest FMB World Tour athlete ever. With over 25 wins to his credit. Rogatkin reflects on his meteoric ascension and discusses how he switched from BMX to mountain biking, competing in MTB slopestyle, Crankworx, one o…
 
Being part of a community can help support us in many aspects of life, and this also applies to reaching your goal of Spanish fluency. In this episode, you'll learn the five key benefits of being a member of a language learning community and how joining of a group of committed language learners can skyrocket your progress to Spanish fluency Listen …
 
Do you know when to use Hispanic or Latino? What about Latinx or Chicano? If you don’t, you’re not alone. Even Latinos get confused! In this episode, we take a deep dive into what these different terms actually mean and when to use them. But the answer isn’t always black and white. Links: Experience: The Copper Canyon - Las Barrancas del Cobre Leve…
 
Bec Gange is a 2x wakeboarding World Champion and reality TV star from Mildura, Victoria, Australia. Gange discusses how she started wakeboarding in Australia, winning the Australian Nationals and two World Wakeboarding Championships, training, injury and the changes in professional wakeboarding and what projects she has coming up. Enjoy and get ra…
 
Right now, we're all watching the best athletes in the world compete at the Olympic games in Tokyo. And while we all know that Olympic athletes rely on coaches to perform at their highest level, you may not know that language coaching can be the best way to accelerate your path to Spanish fluency. In this episode I talk about 7 key differences betw…
 
Puerto Rico is fascinating place with a complicated history and unique culture. For whatever reason, it’s not often a topic that’s covered in schools in the U.S… even though it’s a U.S. territory. As part of a new “country overview” series on the podcast, we share a brief rundown of Puerto Rico – a place we’ve called home for the past two and a hal…
 
Joe Carr is the CEO of Thrill One Sports & Entertainment, the parent company of the Street League Skateboarding, Nitro Circus, and Superjacket Productions. Previously, Joe also served as President of the World Surf League and a Senior VP of Content and International at the UFC. Carr discuss his career at UFC and the WSL and how the action sports me…
 
What type of language learner are you? The type of language learner you are will influence how quickly you reach Spanish fluency. I will help you improve your Spanish and accelerate your path to fluency by helping you identify your language learning type. Take the Quiz > https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/typequiz Listen to the Episode: https://w…
 
Nothing says “Mexico” like tequila. In this episode, we talk about the origins of this quintessential Mexican drink, where it’s produced, how it’s made, how it compares to its cousin mezcal, and more. ¡Salud! Links: “Traditional Drinks You’ve Never Heard of Before” Video Level up your Spanish with our Podcast Membership Get the full transcript of e…
 
We're breaking down the lyrics to the song Tu amor me hace bien by singer Marc Anthony. I'm going to share some expressions with the verb hacer. Learn different ways to use the verb hacer, and how to use it in conversations. Listen to the Episode + Get Show Notes: https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/133 > Did you like this episode? We'd love it if…
 
Are you superstitious? If you’ve ever gone out to shew away an owl or flipped a saint figure up-side-down, you just might be Mexican. As a skeptic myself, I was shocked by how superstitious Mexican culture can be. Many Mexicans go out of the way to hedge their bets against the forces of evil in some fascinating ways. In this episode, you’ll learn a…
 
In this week's episode, I am actually going to be the interviewee so I will not be doing the interview this week but I'm giving you an opportunity to hear someone else interview me. We talked all about learning Spanish with music, how I came up with this concept, and sort of how Spanish con Salsa got started. Hope you enjoyed learning a little bit …
 
Shamanism isn’t just lore from thousands of years ago–it’s still practiced today in Mexico and in many other countries throughout the world. In this episode, we talk about four of the most prominent modern shamans from Mexico, what they were known for, and our thoughts on the custom. Links: Sign up for italki Level up your Spanish with our Podcast …
 
Robbie Maddison is a freestyle motocross rider who's built a career on world records, triumphs against adversity and mind-boggling daredevil jumps, including jumping across an open Tower Bridge in London, and surfing the legendary Tahitian wave, Teahupo'o, on his bike. Maddo discuss how he grew up riding motorbikes in Australia, injuries, preparing…
 
Do you struggle to think of the *right* verb conjugation during a conversation? Unlike English, Spanish has different verb forms when you're speaking in the past tense. In this episode, we're going to talk about the smart way to master the past tense in Spanish. You'll learn when to use which past tense form AND the fastest way to learn them. I'll …
 
There’s a common path for becoming skilled and knowledgeable for practically every profession. Usually this means a degree from an accredited University. But what if you could learn anything you put your mind to on your own? In this episode, we talk about what it means to be self-taught. Are you an autodidact? Links: TrustedHousesitters LinkedIn Le…
 
Gary Ream is the President and Partner of Sports Management Group, Inc and the founder of Camp Woodward. Ream discuss how he started Camp Woodward in Pennsylvania, the growth of action sports and the concept of camp and how he contributed to getting skateboarding into the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Enjoy and get rad! The Rad Season Show airs ev…
 
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