ORGANIZATION – VIOLENCE – DEMAND – RECOMMENDATION – LIBERATION – HARMONY – NEED – DISCIPLINE – LISTENING – REWARD – SATISFACTION
Itziar Marcotegui and Pablo Strubell take us on a journey to their memories and anecdotes with these eleven words, and they both have a lot to tell. They made a work stoppage in 2010 to travel, for a year, 37,000 kilometers by public transport from South Africa to Morocco.
Upon returning and thinking of all the people who dream of taking a long trip, they wrote the manual “How to prepare a great trip”, they created La Editorial Viajera where they continued to publish manuals and began to organize The Conference of the Great Trips that is celebrated annually since 2013 and in which great all kinds of globetrotters tell their travel experiences in first person. They are encouraged to continue traveling as guides in Central Asia, Africa and Europe and in their podcast, A Great Trip, they interview people who have carried out sensational trips.
Listen to “Overlanders | A Great Journey” in Spreaker.
If you want to know more about Itziar and Pablo, look for them on their blog ungranviaje.org or on their instagram.
Thanks to Carlos Cerrada Cuesta for the wonderful music he composed for “The Eternal Traveler Syndrome II” and that we wanted to use for this podcast as well. If you want to contact him or know more about him, do not hesitate.
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Until the next Overlanders show where we travel with words again…
The experiences make each trip unique.
The words, that each person take you to a different place.