Gary Arndt, one of the world’s most popular travel gurus, talks about where to get pork ribs in Tel Aviv, the art of “paleo showering,” his Catholic-suffering approach to air travel, the origin or the “pornstache,” and why he would prefer snakes over infants on an airplane. (Episode contains adult language and content.)
Guest bio: Since Gary Arndt sold his house to travel full time in 2007, he has amassed one of the industry’s largest online followings and has become one of the most influential online personalities in the travel industry. Gary’s travels have taken him to all 7 continents, to over 195 countries and territories, and to over 375 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. His travel blog, Everything Everywhere, is one of the most authoritative and popular travel blogs in the world. It was named one of the Top 25 Blogs on the Internet by Time Magazine and was twice a finalist in the National Geographic Traveller Readers Choice Award for Best Travel
Blog. Gary is also well known for his regular appearances on popular radio shows, podcasts, and at events as a public speaker. His photography, blogging, and social media efforts have made him the most awarded travel photographer in North America in this decade. Follow him on: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and at Everywhere-Everything.com.
Episode co-host: Tasha Hacker
Theme music: “Camelboots,” by 84 Rooms (1982)