Pack your bags! Come with us on a journey of the mind…to destinations both near and far-flung, the familiar and the unexpected… in search of what the tourist never sees. An armchair travel show that scratches the surface of the world around us.
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Brilliant! Keep 'em coming please.
Love this . Don’t stop
Return Ticket is a delight. A thoughtful, eccentric and more interesting travel podcast than most. Thank you Jonathan Green and co, I love it. And are you really in Tokyo? So jealous but thanks for reminding me about kei cars! The only country where I can’t help but take photos of cars.
In a time when travel stories are plentiful, this collect is wonderfully left field. Throughly enjoyed the first 3 and can't wait for more to drop!
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