Traveling to 20 countries, Marjo Miles - Dreamers Podcast

Marjo Miles is Traveling Around the World!

Marjo Miles

Marjo Miles, traveling to 20 countries and counting!

Marjo would like to visit 100 different countries in her lifetime! She is well on her way, and has a lot of advice to give when it comes to how to make your dreams of seeing the world come true! Listen to her experience of leaving America to live in Australia for a few months on a working visa! Find out what it takes to become, not only a world traveler, but an American living in another country.

Dreamers Podcast is excited and proud to announce that we are moving to the show to a 5 day a week release schedule starting today! That’s right, you can now listen to Dreamers Podcast and being inspired by people who followed their dreams Monday through Friday!

A huge THANK YOU goes out to everyone for the continued growth and support of this ambitious project, and there is plenty more on the way!

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Episode 17

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a dreamer universe this is your host Joe
pardo and i’m very proud to announce its

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starting today you can be inspired with
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through friday the love and support i
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big this podcast is truly inspiring to
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coming and please keep spreading not
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about to people because i think that
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understand the message that the show is
bringing to ever

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this is the dreamers podcast where
dreamers shared their stories to inspire

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you

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now join host Joe Pardo as he interviews
a dreamer who’s living their dreams

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yeah

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yeah

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welcome to the dreamers podcast on your
host Joe Pardo and today I’m

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interviewing marjo miles who is living
her dream to travel or seeing the world

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or something

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well welcome to the show marjo let’s
start by giving a little background

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about yourself

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ok well i live here in New Jersey in
east greenwich I’ve been here now for

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probably about 13 years but prior to
that I moved around quite a bit with my

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family so we started out on the west
coast and kind of ping-pong round logs

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growing up until we ended up in New
Jersey we moved about 19 times in total

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12 different states and here we are now
I’ve been here I work in marketing for

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property management company and I try to
travel and explore as often as I can

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well we’ve known each other a long time
and I know that you’ve been all over the

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world could you name a handful of places

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um well most recently i was in Norway
and Ireland that was in 2014

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last year was a really busy right i went
to Europe Iceland i was in Sweden

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holland i also went to Columbia and
Nicaragua Costa Rica recently as well i

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did a little bit of time in sydney i
lived there for about four months in

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australia and new zealand into you know
several different places in Europe and

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in total have been to about 20 countries

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my goal is a hundred i have quite a ways
to go but well I I’m very positive that

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you will get there given the rate that
you’ve been there and the fact that

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you’re not very old so what would you
say inspires you

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I think just like it’s inspiring you
know traveling around get to meet so

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many different people and do a lot of
different things and I’m it’s really

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humbling to be at some of the landmarks
or to meet some local people in

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nicaragua or you know columbia places
that tend to get a bad reputation but

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when you’re there you can see you know
the local Flair and a lot of the

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misconceptions that Americans tend to
usually have is not necessarily the case

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so it’s really just very inspiring to
see everybody and how they live

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differently than we do or the same in
some cases how would you say your dream

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came about

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well growing up we did travel quite a
bit local y SE locally but in the United

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States moving around we did a lot of
trips back and forth from the east coast

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to the west coast to visit family and
when I was in high school I was

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fortunate enough to do a summer trip in
between my sophomore and junior year to

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Europe it was a three-week trip and we
got to visit six countries so that’s

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kind of where I caught the travel bug a
little bit since then I just always

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wanted to travel and explore new places
and then as you know while we were in

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high school we had an exchange student
stay with us from japan so i had the

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opportunity to go to Japan and stay with
her family during college I went to

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Florida and I did the Disney College
Program so while i was there i worked

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with people from all over the world and
made some really good friends that I’ve

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kept in touch with who have kind of just
led me to travel to see them to visit

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them where they live but also one of my
greatest friendships comes from a person

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that I did work with it Disney he’s from
Holland I visited him and his family

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there a couple times he moved to
Australia with his now wife and they

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invited me to come visit and then after
visiting them i fell in love with

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Australia so I went back for a few
months but it’s really just all about

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networking and keeping up with people
and even though a lot of my friends

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aren’t local i still have the
opportunity to to go visit them and to

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see how they experience like did you go
more in depth about how you went about

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living in Australia for a couple months
like this yeah pills i’m at work yet so

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several years back in 2011 that I went
but probably early $MONTH 2010

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I i had gotten an email from my friends
his name is dr. his fiance at the time

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they were living in Italy and they were
going to Australia and she was like you

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should come they were going on a working
holiday visa which allowed them to stay

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in the country for up to a year and work
you know virtually for any employer

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while they explore Australia and she was
trying to convince me to do that as well

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and I’m like are you kidding me I have a
job I have built i can do that but I did

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work out the opportunity to go visit
them it was supposed

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to be towards the end of their trip so
it was early 2011 that I went and i’m at

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that time I found out that my friend had
gotten a position that allowed for him

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to get sponsored and so now there are
Australian residents they have moved to

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Perth in there buying a house and
everything is really going very well for

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them but when I went to visit them they
were you know telling me about their

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year and some of the things that they
had done and I got the opportunity to

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meet several other people that were
there on working holiday visas and I

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came home and I’m like you know what I
passed it up the first time but i’m not

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going to pass it up the second time I
mean even though I did have a full-time

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job and I had bills to pay and all of
that you know you just gotta live your

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life and not be scared to try new things
so i did go i was therefore up for

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months which was planned i mean it
wasn’t like I was planning to stay there

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the whole year and I just met some
amazing people and I did a lot of really

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cool things and I worked while i was
there so i was able to support myself

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have a good time of course but I
absolutely would recommend everybody try

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something like that if they have the
opportunity because it really takes you

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out of your comfort zone but it gives
you the opportunity to see things in a

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whole new way and to have a deeper
respect for your home and the things

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that you have here you know that you may
take for granted sometimes like air

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conditioning and Wi-Fi at the important
things of course almost wholly the

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subsidies again how is all this received
by your family like traveling and then

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specifically when you were like hey I’m
going Australia and i’ll be back in 46

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yeah

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welcome back i think that my family is
not surprised by anything that I say

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anymore and they’re just kinda like yeah
okay go do what you want to have fun but

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i’m very fortunate my parents have
always been really supportive of what i

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want to do

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they’ve got no issues they said you know
if you want to go to Australia go have a

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good time when I when I went the first
time to visit my friend i actually went

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with my mom and my sister so my mom saw
where I was going to be living solve

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that she really didn’t have any concern
I Walter she did she’s a mom but you

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know she was only $YEAR she met every
person australia was like not all

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schools she thought you know sheshe knew
my friends prior to going she had met

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and so she kinda got to speak with some
other people while we were shopping or

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out at different tourist attractions she
met a lot of people that were there on

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working holiday visas as well so she
kind of talk to them about their

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experience and you know it was really it
was great and I actually took a friend

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from home with me so I wasn’t completely
by myself and my friends were there that

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you know I didn’t know so i think that
because I I kind of had somebody there

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that already knew the area it was it was
okay and I mean you know I i was 24 25

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however old uh huh you know so what
steps did you take to get started I

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guess specifically with traveling like
getting used to being out on your own

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and other parts of the world where they
might not be why fire air conditioning

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as well as moving to Australia

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yeah well he definitely was a little bit
intimidating like picking up and moving

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over there

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luckily i’m very fortunate like I said
my family is very supportive but my boss

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is also very supported so you know I
went to her and I was kind of like I’m

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going to Australia and it’s been fun and
thank you and she allowed me to you know

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go and do what I had to do and then when
I came back I still had a position and

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luckily like I said she she lets me
travel i’m sure she doesn’t like it as

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much when i’m gone behind on she does
let me go where I need to go when I need

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to go so I have a little bit of
flexibility that way and she was not

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really surprised when I come to her and
say oh I need a week off because i’m

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going to wherever she’s like okay go do
your thing you in a week but I’m really

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the main the the first star is research
you have to figure out where you want to

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go and what you want to do and then you
research ask around

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you know there’s a great as you know
like online presence for all sorts of

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things but there’s a few really good
travel websites and travel networking

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sites so you can get a lot of reviews
and meet people that have done the

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things that you want to do or not meet
them but talk to them and once you go

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from there like the australian thing we
had to get our visas that was the first

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step we apply for the visa once that
granted then you can work on setting up

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your timeline looking for a job looking
for a place to live and that really we

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went into completely blind we had a
decent we had

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one-way ticket to Australia and then a
rental car for a week in a hotel for a

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week and we had when we got there you
know we found a place to live and found

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jobs close to where we were living and
they’re all just kind of came together

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you gotta have a little faith that
everything will work out and it did it

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always does may not be exactly how you
plan it but it works out in the end

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that’s gotta be pretty daunting not
knowing where you’re going to go live in

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a week later we did we did joke around
that we were homeless for about two days

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because that we are hotel with about to
run out and we didn’t have a place to

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live not like we couldn’t have stayed at
the hotel sir but we did find a place

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and it is you know it’s just all part of
the adventure as long as you have a

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place and you have have a like a network
to fall back on your you’re set

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so we’re there any roblox with all that
in Australia there were not there was

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one left when we first ride

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I kind of got the like dirty looks from
Border Patrol and they were we have an

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issue with your visa and I think what
kind of issue and they said well your

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name doesn’t match your passport and I’m
like well how do we think that they’re

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like no problem we’ll take care of that
for you and five minutes later I was on

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my way so it was really that that was my
roadblock visa didn’t match the name on

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my passport because of my middle initial
they take that very serious they’re very

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series serious enough to fix it in five
minutes and send you on your way

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uh-huh no but like definitely you’re
trying to open a bank account you know

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when all my stuff here my passport my
credit cards they list my middle initial

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but not my middle name and there you
have to use your full name and so

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everything doesn’t quite match up
finding it creates a little bit of an

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issue when we’re trying to open our bank
accounts and final release as well but

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got around it pretty quickly

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not too many issue well how about with
traveling in general is have been a boxy

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ram into that not specific roadblocks
just kind of some general frustrations

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you know there’s always things about
traveling tsa is lovely that can always

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take some time delays with that certain
airlines or you know things like that

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but those are just normal frustrations
and they all add to the story later on

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so you kind of just get through it i
mean we’ve had some issues it most

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recently i was in ireland in march and
we had quite a bit of car trouble

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we had a car that really didn’t work
very very well at all and so we have

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lost about a day and a half of our trip
because we were sitting on the side of

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the road with a car that wouldn’t start
but you know you do the best you can and

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you move on with it

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just roll with it so has there been any
parts of your dream of traveling and

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living on Australia that didn’t quite
work out the way you expected it to

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I’m i wouldn’t say that because i have
generally pretty much an open mind on

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those sorts of things you know I have a
goal or things i want to do not really

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sure how they’re going to work out but
at least at the end of the day i can say

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i did it i can cross it off my list

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regardless of how it works out and even
if it doesn’t go the way that I planned

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or it’s frustrating or there was an
issue or whatever the case may be it is

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very aggravating in the moment but later
on it’s really not that big a deal and

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like I said it makes a better story that
way really

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yeah but have more itself so if you were
stranded on a deserted island with your

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family

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what are three things that you couldn’t
live without oh man what wow i’m

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assuming if you’re on a deserted island
you don’t get the everyday necessities

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that were used to now

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well you have anything you anything you
want their electricity on the well if

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you want something with a battery that
lasts forever zan battery forever well

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you know I i would probably try to take
my phone I know it may sound really very

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American but i do love my phone and I
facebook is very important to me not

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because of facebook but because it’s the
best way that I can keep up with my

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friends everywhere it’s the quickest way
that I keep in touch with them sending

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them a message or you know just kind of
seeing what’s going on with time

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differences and people all over the
world it’s very difficult sometimes to

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keep up and so Facebook is really good
for that sort of thing I would want to

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have some way to access facebook so i
keep in touch with everyone else

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preferably okay so you got your phone
with a never-ending battery yet

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ah camera you never know what kind of
trouble you’re going to get into on a

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deserted island you might want to take
picture right but really I mean I don’t

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need anything I as long as I’ve got my
family and I have a way to keep up with

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my friends I don’t really need anything
else you know

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fair enough you know you’re not the only
one to say phone actually quite a few of

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my

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yes I’ve said cell phone yeah and the
reason is because they get to do all the

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things that they love in a small package
it’s true you can literally do almost

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anything on your phone so i know not too
long ago I sent you an article about how

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guys should do girls that travel all
around the world because they have such

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high expectations right what adventure
is to them

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I’m what your what your thoughts on that
since your girl you know I didn’t care

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for the article very much i think we
talk about that right but everybody has

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their own outlook the problem that i run
into its people tend to say oh well you

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know she’s never never satisfied are
always looking for something else and

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that’s really not it at all you know
what I mean the truth is I think whether

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people want to admit it or not they want
to travel to they want to do things to

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they just may have different challenges
they may have a different outlook on it

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or think that it’s not really possible
in their current situation or whatever

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the case may be

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so that is common and I’ve talked to
some of my friends about that article

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specifically and there’s a lot of spoof
articles that have come out of it but it

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is kind of it it’s a very narrow look on
people that like to travel in general

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not just girls i mean i would say it’s
the flip side for guys to its just

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people that like to travel people like
to try new things and that’s scary to a

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lot of people so they tend to just want
to shy away from it not want anything to

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do with it

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that’s your hot look ok but i think that
it’s very narrow-minded the scope so

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hard what what you see you have for the
future so many I want to try everything

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literally like I when I think of
something that I want to do I’m just

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like oh I gotta hurry up and cross it
off my list right so that i can do the

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next thing because a lot of people tend
to say oh well I’ll do that later in a

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few years will go here when I retire
will do that and you know life gets in

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the way and it may never happen so at
least I can say when i’m off all done i

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can say i did what i wanted to do my
biggest goal which I’m trying to work on

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is that Antarctica I’m gonna conquer
antartica it’s just going to take a

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little bit of time to sort it out
because it’s a complicated one but I

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that is my next big big life goal

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I mean you have to be a scientist in
order to get my guess not they have on

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they had a marathon what happened

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yeah on you don’t need to be they do
cruises and there’s a few I’m charter

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companies that fly there but it’s very
time-consuming and very costly so you

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know gotta work at all and end they only
travel a couple times a year which you

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know can be challenging as well my goal
was march i was shooting for march but

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then something else came up so maybe
march 2016 maybe well that is quite a

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dream i hope you do get there someday
it’ll happen

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so do you have any last thoughts you’d
like to share with the audience you know

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I just think that everybody should just
do do what you want to do

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don’t wait just do it now because you
never know what tomorrow is gonna bring

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in at least you can say you’ve done
you’ve done what you wanted to do in

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life that’s what it’s really bad you
only live once right

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so leave right do you have any twitter
or facebook website that you document

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any of the stuff with that you could
share

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I don’t right now I’m all my facebook
obviously have all of my pictures and

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some stories for my travel I should
probably start something huh yeah i mean

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Twitter would be the most logical place
or I mean you can do a Facebook page but

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I think Twitter would be the most likely
place or Instagram I know you’ve

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inspired me Joe maybe I should start it
but I think you should it’s quite easy

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and you do you travel a lot so you have
a lot to write about 140 characters or

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less

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well thank you so much for coming on the
show more dry really appreciated thank

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you for joining us for this episode of
the dreamers podcast follow us on

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parr . comb

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yeah

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