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Every few weeks, a brand new comedy special will pop into your feed. From Felicity Ward’s award-winning show The Hedgehog Dilemma to Ivan Aristeguieta’s stand-up, The Fourth Floor, recorded at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. As well as stand-up specials from Sammy J, David Quirk and Suren Jayemanne. ***Warning: Some of these podcasts contain swearing and adult concepts, not suitable for listeners under 15 years of age***
 
From Death Threats in India, to walking across Frozen Lakes in Canada... Join me as I take your ears on a journey around the world. I don't always do things the best way... But I do things my way. The Worst Traveller is a weekly podcast of travel stories where, more often than not, there's trouble involved...
 
Twin brother and sister Josh and Joan Burns formed CrossBread, the hugely successful Christian Rap duo from Boronia in Melbourne's outer suburbs back in 2015. The band briefly lit up GodTube in Australia and became Christian hip-hop superstars, with hits such as "It’s Just Jesus" and "A Christian on a Mission (ain’t a Christian to be dissin’)". Over six episodes, their former social media manager, Ken Lim, will dig into the archives to trace their origins working in a donut shop, why it all ...
 
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This week I had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with James Michael Forrest, best known for hiking up all 1001 mountains in the UK and Ireland in the fastest known time, all about his misadventures along the way! Spending so much time in the outdoors, it's likely you'll run into some tricky situations at some point, and this is very true in Jam…
 
In the newest episode, David and Igor try to answer the question as old as time: can you learn to be funny? Are there any viable sources; books, courses, schools, tutorials, that can educate someone on how to write jokes, how to perform, and how to be good at comedy? And is being good at comedy the same as being funny? It was a hard topic, and our …
 
This week I had the pleasure of chatting to Claire Taylor from Road to Thriving all about her experiences with VanLife in her home Australia and what it is like living life on the road with your partner and dog! Claire shares her stories of the trials and tribulations of setting up a nomadic life honestly and openly, and she also has her own podcas…
 
We're back baby! After a long break and some other projects, we are back with a new (old) episode recorded a few months ago and finally released.Igor and David are discussing heckling in stand-up; definition of a heckle, types of hecklers, best way to deal with it, and share personal stories and experiences with hecklers at their shows.Follow us on…
 
Sport often transcends language, it brings people together for all backgrounds, and whilst I'm not the sportiest person around, I do love watching a match or going to a game of something whilst I'm travelling. Please SIGN this petition that I speak about in the episode, it only takes a minute: petition.parliament.uk/petitions/575833 In this short e…
 
This week I was absolutely honoured to have Major Chris Brannigan on the podcast talking about the time he walked 700 miles with no shoes or socks on from Lands End to Edinburgh for a better future for his daughter, Hasti, who has a rare genetic disease. Last year, Chris captured the hearts of the nation on the barefoot march that gained internatio…
 
Nikki Britton brings you a comedy debate centred on a topic that Australians care about according to the 2021 Australia Talks survey.Arj Barker, Vidya Rajan, Suren Jayemanne, Fiona O'Loughlin, Michael Hing and Bridie Connell take on the snowflake v boomer debate.***WARNING: Strong language is used in this podcast and may not be suitable for those u…
 
In 2014, Eric Giuliani quit his corporate job to travel the world, visiting all 7 continents without ever using a plane! Eric's book of his adventures: Sky's the Limit, is available HERE Eric made his way around the world using tin can buses, dilapidated trains and cargo ships to cross the vast oceans - you don't want to miss this episode! Check ou…
 
Nikki Britton brings you a debate topic that Australians care about according to the 2021 Australia Talks survey.Steph Tisdell, Sam Campbell, Veronica Milsom, Nina Oyama, Danielle Walker and Blake Freeman debate to like or not to like.***WARNING: Strong language is used in this podcast and may not be suitable for those under 15***…
 
In 2017, I wandered around India with no bags and wearing the same pair of clothes for 1 month... I chat a little bit about that in this episode and try and convince you that you don't always need to pack a load of stuff when on that trip abroad! Also thank you so much to everyone listening to the podcast recently. Please do support it by Subscribi…
 
At aged just 17, George Kefford left his Australian home to walk The Holy Land, covering huge distances through Israel, Palestine and Jordan. This chat was so incredibly inspiring and George's passion for exploring and adventure is very contagious, it will certainly get you dreaming of a potential future expedition! Check out George on Instagram @g…
 
This week I had the privilege of chatting with Jackson Groves, one of the most popular travel bloggers in the game. It was an honour to talk travel with someone who was hugely influential in my own travel life, having taken tips from him on first solo trip many years ago. This episode is a great insight into the life of a travel blogger and what it…
 
This week I chat with Jo Bradshaw who, in 2016, achieved what very few people have had the opportunity of doing - scaling Mount Everest. The Largest Mountain in the World. Jo is now on course to complete the 7 Summits Challenge and naturally has some fascinating stories from all of her adventures so far. We chat all about those in this episode. Enj…
 
Have you ever thought about moving to another country? That is exactly what one of my closest friends, Roland Flynn, has done on numerous occasions... Originally from Australia, he has now lived in the UK, the USA, and currently Mexico where we chatted from in this episode. We also tell stories of when we first met in a bar 4 years ago, and one of …
 
Travel is slowly beginning to be allowed from the UK as of this week, and so I thought I'd release this episode in which I chatted to Chelsea Dickenson, the Cheap Holiday Expert, all about her experiences with travelling on a budget and getting the trip you want for the best price possible! Chelsea has had some incredible travel experiences over th…
 
This week I was lucky enough to chat with Russ Cook aka The Hardest Geezer. He has completed some incredible endurance challenges over the past few years and there's only more exciting things to come... He recently ran from Asia to London completing 71 marathons in 66 days, and has now set his sights on running across the centre of Australia West t…
 
Visiting every country in the world is certainly not an easy task, but that is a challenge that this week's guest, Garrett Gravesen, has undertaken, and he is just 5 away from achieving that incredible feat. I had the absolute joy of chatting with Garrett a few weeks ago about his journey so far, he told both incredibly poignant and hilarious stori…
 
This year marks 35 years since the horrific nuclear disaster in Chernobyl. I chatted with a great friend of mine, Dave Mullis, about his experiences exploring Pripyat and Chernobyl. Dave has had the opportunity, through university research, to visit the disaster zone four times since 2008, and the stories he tells about those experiences in this ep…
 
I had the honour of speaking to Josh Garman before he headed off on an incredible endurance journey cycling 5000 miles around the coast of Great Britain raising money and awareness for Hope for Hasti. Last year throughout lockdown, I was in awe following Major Chris Brannigan walking barefoot for 700 miles across Britain from Lands End to Edinburgh…
 
After getting a little obsessed with the VanLife movement - I talk about my experience of life on the road, whilst roadtripping Australia! In March 2018, I drove an RV along the Great Ocean Road from Adelaide to Melbourne with my parents and brother and I chat all about our experiences on that trip, from crashing the RV to seeing some of the most i…
 
I chat with Olivier Award Nominee, Lucy Anderson, about her travel through India, Uganda aged 18 and then up to now where she is currently renovating her own van, Kay the Camper. In this episode you'll hear stories that'll have you on the edge of your seat, and really be immersed in the world that Lucy creates for us. I hope you enjoy it! Give Lucy…
 
Back for another episode, Igor Mondae & David Munoz discuss the categorization of comedy; is it an art, craft, or complete arse, and discover what is David's favorite title to go by when addressed.Apologies for David's sound on this one, there were some technical issues during recording, but as it's a very lively episode, we decided to publish it r…
 
On this trip in April 2019, I was lucky enough to have some absolutely incredible wildlife encounters in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. Give this episode a listen to hear the beauty of this gorgeous national park. I'd love to head back one summer to see it in a different light - and maybe get a bear sighting in too! Don't forget to follow …
 
In 2017, on my solo backpacking trip around India, I was lucky enough to visit one of the most beautiful buildings in the world and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World - The Taj Mahal. In this episode I chat all about the experience and how I had almost become desensitised to the beauty that was around me. I hope you enjoy it :) Don't forget …
 
This week we take a look at some of the craziest travel world records. Hopefully it'll inspire you to take on some of your own challenges when we're able to and maybe even give you ideas for your next trip! Don't forget to follow The Worst Traveller on YouTube! Check out The Worst Traveller Blog at www.theworsttraveller.com If you enjoy this episod…
 
Have you ever had an urge to travel? Backpacking the world, I think, is one of the best adventures you will ever do. In this episode I chat with Tom and Will, co-founders of Salkan, about backpacking and why everyone should try it! We also chat about some of their worst travel stories and how, from meeting each other on a ski season, they came to c…
 
As a continuation of the previous episode, Munoz & Mondae discuss life on the road, but this time from a more behind the scenes perspective, sharing stories and experiences, and ultimately answering the question: why the hell do they do it.Follow us on social media!Igor Mondaehttps://www.facebook.com/igormondae/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfrb…
 
Today is the 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY of the podcast, and as a result you have an absolute JOY of an episode to listen to.... We talk Hitchhiking on Cargo Ships to Turkmenistan, Reindeer Herding in Mongolia and being amongst 250,000 Penguins on South Georgia! This week I chat with Jarryd Salem from Nomadasaurus, one of the world's most popular Adventure …
 
A very special episode of The Comedy Kiosk, recorded on a phone in Ryazan, during a short weekend tour that featured our two hosts, Igor Mondae and David Munoz, in which they discuss traveling and performing in different cities and life on the road. Follow us on social media!Igor Mondaehttps://www.facebook.com/igormondae/https://www.youtube.com/cha…
 
In this 50th Episode special, I chat all about the best way to travel the world. I share all my experiences and how they've shaped my travels since. This is also the first episode that is also a Video Podcast! Click Here to watch the Video version... If you're interested in seeing me record this episode in one take, head over to my YouTube channel …
 
On the Valentine's Day week, Mondae & Munoz have decided to dig into the topic of love and relationships, and discuss what kind of partner would be suitable for a comic, how easy or hard is it to combine comedy and love life, and share their experience of influence of stand-up in their romantic endeavors. Recommendations: Sara Pascoe: LadsLadsLads …
 
This episode involves Zip Lining accidents, Malaria in Kenya, and a Shooting at a market in Paraguay. It is not to be missed! Carmen Huter, was an absolute joy to chat with about her career so far as a travel photographer. She tells some amazing stories about leaving her native Austria behind to begin a life in New Zealand and teach herself a new s…
 
On the fifth episode, Munoz & Mondae tackle the question of doing comedy professionally; is it possible to earn enough to make a living, what are their current stages and future goals, and what might be common obstacles standing in the way of aspiring comics taking their art and turning it into a full-time job.Follow us on social media!Igor Mondaeh…
 
This week I chat with the incredibly inspiring, Sabina Trojanova from GirlvsGlobe. Over the past few years, Sabina has made a career from travel online, and was recently asked to create her own book, #Wanderlust. Get your copy by clicking here! This is a great episode for you if you're interested in how a career in travel is possible. Also check ou…
 
Once more, Igor Mondae (Croatia) and David Munoz (Australia) come together to discuss comedy, and this time the topic is language. How does it feel to perform in a foreign language, what are some pros and cons, what are some challenges of performing for a non-native crowd, and what influence does the language have on the type of humor and performan…
 
If you've ever considered long term travel or moving to a different country, this is episode for you! Nina from @whereintheworldisnina has been travelling pretty much non-stop for 10 years and has lived and worked in 6 continents across the globe! Check Nina out on TikTok and Instagram for some great tips on moving abroad and long term travel, and …
 
Munoz & Mondae sit down to discuss setting up a brand new stand-up scene in a foreign language on an example of English stand-up in Moscow, creating a circuit around Russia, and pioneering shows in new places that have not had (any or foreign) comedy before, such as middle of Siberia. Follow us on social media!Igor Mondaehttps://www.facebook.com/ig…
 
Join me this week as I chat with Travel and Lifestyle Influencer, Ashlee Major Moss. In 2018, Ashlee took a leap of faith and quit her job to travel the world, and we spoke all about that in this episode as well as some of her worst travel stories too! Give Ashlee a follow on her Instagram @AshleeMajorMoss and also check out her website too here. C…
 
In the second episode, our co-hosts, Mondae & Munoz, tackle a more personal question, and try to answer what does being a comedian mean; is it a lifestyle or a profession, what are some important features of a comedian, and how did they get into comedy and become one, with some pop-quiz questions and recommendations in the end.Recommendations: The …
 
Igor Mondae (Croatia) & David Munoz (Australia) sit down to discuss comedy in 2020; challenges, changes, and experiences, and in the end, play a short trivia quiz and recommend some new comedy releases.Recommendations: Hannah Gadsby: Douglas (2020) / Netflixhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziIwxPCeByUMark Normand: Out to lunch (2020) / YouTubehttps:…
 
In 2016, Brittany was given a diagnosis that would have slowed down a lot of people, but it has not stopped her. I chatted with Brittany over Zoom at the end of last year and was so inspired by her positive attitude and love for travel and exploring the world. You can check out her blog here... Also follow her on Instagram @thetravellingms :) Check…
 
Welcome back to The Worst Traveller: Guest Interviews, where, this week, I speak with one of my favourite 'Travel Influencers and Content Creators', Jorden Tually. I started following Jorden on Instagram 4 years ago when I began getting in to travel, and was so inspired by his love of seeing the world and sharing it with his fans. He has such an in…
 
OK. This is going to be a good year. In this episode I reveal my exciting plans for the year in terms of the podcast. And also I give out a few of my secrets for what will be good for travel in 2021. Stay tuned this year by SUBSCRIBING for what is sure to be a positive year for The Worst Traveller. I'll be giving you tips on how to make the most of…
 
Wow. We just about made it to the end of the year! In this final episode of 2020 I look back at what was a fairly unusual year for travel. In this episode I look back and discuss what this year has taught us when it comes to travel. Find out how my opinions have changed about travel abroad... You may even get a sneak preview of some of my trips and…
 
Here we are! The 1st TWT Xmas Special. In this episode I talk about the strangest Christmas ever that I spent in Sydney, Australia back in 2017... Tune in next week for a round up of the year - it's not to be missed! Have a Great Xmas Everyone! :) x Check out The Worst Traveller Blog at www.theworsttraveller.com If you enjoy this episode please do …
 
This month's special is the final stand-up special for now. To disrupt any sadness we end with the entirely inappropriate, dark and funny Luke Heggie and his show ‘Rough Diamante’.Recorded live at Sydney's Factory Theatre***Warning: This podcast contains strong swearing and adult concepts, it is not suitable for those easily offended***…
 
This week I chat with my girlfriend, Sabrina, about our completely different travel styles and what it's like to travel with me. I end up turning into the guest about a third of the way through when Sabrina starts asking me interesting questions, and I spill secrets on some of my pet peeves with different guests on the podcast!! Sabrina used to wor…
 
This week I chat with someone who is taking on one of the most amazing endurance cycling adventures I've ever heard of, and as a result there are plenty of intense, edge of your seat stories in this episode!! After leaving his job at an airline amidst the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, Andrew Mortensen turned to what he knew best: the open r…
 
This week I chat with Olie Hunter-Smart who, in 2017, became the first person to walk the length of India... Over 4000km!! Olie and I actually met on my second day in Mumbai, in a hostel at Olie's halfway point on the huge walk. The next day we featured in a Bollywood Film together, which is a rather amusing section of this episode. 'The Road to In…
 
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