What does travel have to teach us? How does travel change us? Join host Becky Gillespie as she dives into these questions and shares travel stories from the road. The School of Travels is not just a podcast but a community where listeners can share their travel stories and get tips from fellow listeners in “The School of Travels” Facebook community.
Lesson 15: Running Towards (Not Away) From Your Future with Camille Poiré
In this episode I speak with Camille Poiré, an editor and traveler who has celebrated six years of traveling on the road. While some might think of travelers as running away from their problems, Camille stresses the importance of running towards your future.
Tune in to hear Camille share what inspired her early travel as well as how she got out of her comfort zone. Could you work as a pizza delivery person in France? Or as a waitress in South Korea? Those stories and more, include how to use round-the-world tickets for long term travel. I’m sure you’ll enjoy Camille’s story as much as her over 60,000 Instagram followers have!
Covered in this episode:
- How to buy a round-the-world ticket to save money on travel
- Even if you are “running away” chances are you’re just “running toward” other opportunities instead
- Camille’s amazing experiences on the road and how she met her current partner (while traveling)
- What happens when you travel on your own
Meet Camille Poiré
The School of Travels Podcast
The School of Travels podcast interviews people in many different stages of their travel experience from taking their first trips outside of their hometowns to digital nomads who travel continuously. The series asks questions like: What inspires us to travel in the first place? Have a travel story that you’d like to share? Share it in the Facebook community or submit your story to The School of Travels!
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