GoNomad‘s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to share some of the website’s insightful articles. He takes us to Africa’s Victoria Falls, twice as big as Niagara; did you know that you and your sweetheart can stand in two countries – one of you in Zambia and one in Zimbabwe – and kiss across the border? Max also reveals the excitement of India’s Sangai Festival and takes us to Newfoundland, where he shares his foraging adventure. He gathered edible plants along the seashore and ate moose with fresh berries. (It didn’t taste like chicken.)
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GoNomad‘s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss what we all need to know about travel’s gradual reopening. They also explore the wonders of Indonesia, including the little-known Ijen Crater, home of the blue flames. And they review some of the cultural dos and don’ts of visiting this endlessly fascinating country, where manners and respect are highly valued.
GoNomad’s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal the backstories behind some of the website’s popular articles. He takes us to the Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House in Macon, Georgia, where you can see guitars, clothes, and other memorabilia from the band’s heyday. He also introduces us to Max Globetrotter, who bought an ambulance and drove it Guinea, Africa, to donate it to a community in need. And he reports on how Portugal is beginning to open up after COVID-19 lockdowns.
GoNomad.com’s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal the fun and affordability of Maine’s ski resorts. Saddleback Mountain and Sugarloaf in northern Maine are lesser-known gems with lots of local lore and typically plenty of snow into spring.
Max also takes us to some of the world’s most fascinating walled cities with a look at Rich Grant’s GoNomad article that presents an amazing variety of walled cities – from Carcassonne France’s storied ramparts to the lava rock structures at Hawai‘i Island’s Place of Refuge.
GoNomad.com’s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to share more of the website’s top 10 travel stories of 2020. Visit Thomas Wolfe’s home in Asheville, North Carolina, a place you can visit, and about which Wolfe famously said, “You Can’t Go Home Again.” Discover a part of America you might not know about: the Palouse; see amazing photos taken from parking lots, and learn why you must visit Little Rock, Arkansas, and commemorate the struggle for social justice that took place at Central High School in 1957. Plus, Max shares previews of some amazing megaprojects around the world planned for 2021 and beyond.
GoNomad.com’s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to share the website’s top 10 travel stories of 2020. Topics range from not-to-miss places in Italy you’ve probably never heard of to sailing on a 1930’s-era yacht to discovering the private lives of some of country music’s biggest stars. Max reveals why these stories made the top 10 and takes us to destinations you’re going to want to consider in 2021.