A new season of our Hello World podcast begins… and there are seven. As always, we change the format and turn everything upside down. On this occasion, we are going to take a very sensory journey based on the sound maps of the places and moments that we find ourselves.
What does Stockholm sound like? How do you hear the noisy silence of a Norwegian forest? How do the bars in Hamburg sound?
Although there is some resemblance to the fifth season, it has nothing to do with it. In that one it was a sound travel diary in which we told you about our trip by van to Slovenia from the inside, on this occasion, we are spectators. We tell you what we see and we bring you and draw the sounds so that you can imagine yourself there.
We start with Amsterdam. A city for which we have had to make two programs because in one, we did not fit so much sound. This first would be “the typical visit” of four days. We’ll get into…
- Amsterdam Central
- Canals and 9 streets
- Museo Van Gogh
- Flower market
- canal cruise
- Albert Cuyp Flea Market
- The Red Light District and Coffee Shops
- Anne Frank House
here the podcast
Listen to “Amsterdam and its Sound Maps (Part One) – 1×7” on Spreaker.
here the vpodcast
We hope that this new format touches you deeply and that you feel like you are traveling in each program. That’s the idea. If you like it, share and give word of mouth. Don’t stay with the desire and subscribe on your favorite platform: subscribe on your favorite platform: apple podcast, ivoox, spotify, castbox, google podcast or YouTube. You really help us to continue doing it more than you think.
We always recommend traveling with insurance, even if you are thinking of taking a trip like this. You should know that even if you are a European traveling through Europe, the European health card does not cover 100% assistance in all countries. You will only be covered by what is covered by the health system of the country you are in. In some there is a co-payment, in others all the tests are charged, etc. Even if you are Spanish traveling to another community, they will treat you as a displaced person. For your peace of mind, consider traveling with medical insurance and remember that with Chapka insurance You have a 7% discount with the code MUNDO when taking out your insurance with them.
And if you have already decided and you want to try the itinerant trip, Enter Yescapa and look for the campervan or motorhome that best suits you. Hotel, restaurant and transportation all in one. Always with your things at hand and stopping whenever you want. Private vehicles to take you where you want. Moreover, here is ours.
If you are still there reading, it is because “you want more”. Perhaps you may also be interested in seeing some of our traveling short films and documentaries:
– The syndrome of the eternal traveler I
– The syndrome of the eternal traveler II
– Hello, World (the documentary)
– Around Them
– Anonymous, behind the posters
Oh, we have several traveling books: “Something to remember traveling with a backpack”, “Something to remember traveling with a baby” and Traveling Silly.
Until the next show!