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The Lost Geographer Podcast

Rohith Amruthur

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Become geographically and culturally literate in this globalized world with The Lost Geographer podcast. Learn facts and interesting information about different countries with the unfiltered truth, bypassing media bias and hearing it directly from th...Show More
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1:03:09 | Aug 20th

Ready to learn about one of the oldest civilizations in the world? A civilization so ancient, that there's even a field of study surrounding it (Egyptology). Tune in to learn more about Egypt, both ancient and contemporary!

29:05 | Jul 30th

Responsible Travel is a word that's thrown around quite a bit, especially in today's world of overtourism. What exactly is it? In this episode, we discuss responsible travel with Ashley Blake, founder of Traverse Journeys.
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1:01:38 | Jul 16th

We're covering the second of two Iberian countries in this episode, and that is Portugal! Portuguese history is very interesting and is covered in detail in this episode, so if you're a history buff, this episode is for you!

31:11 | Aug 13th

Swedish YouTuber Sanna Haydon is on to discuss her home country of Sweden! We go over things such as pickled herring, Vikings, and...tacos!? Tune in to learn more!

47:11 | Aug 6th

We're going to Italy for a second time, and we're lucky to have Giovanni D'Agostino from The Italian on Tour with us! As a tour guide who has lived around the world, he has plenty of insights to offer to people who are interested in learning more abo...Show More

23:24 | Jul 23rd

In this episode, we cover the South Asian powerhouse of India. Our guest today is Anuradha Goyal, founder of the Indian Travel Blog Inditales! She provides great insight into this incredibly historic and ancient country and culture.

44:20 | Jul 9th

It's July 9, Argentinian Independence Day, and what better way to celebrate than to do an episode on Argentina? Seriously, this was not planned, as you'll find out as you listen to this episode. We have the honor of having Chicago's top tango inst...Show More

25:17 | Jul 2nd

Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please see The Lost Geographer's Affiliate Disclosure for more details.   We love New Zealand so much, we're going back there for the third time! This is the second part of our interview with Millie Lyons,...Show More

28:26 | Jun 25th

We are joined with former Emirates flight attendant, Millie Lyons, a New Zealand native who, like many Kiwis, was driven to travel due to her home country's isolation. In order to do so, she pursued her dream by becoming a flight attendant. She talks...Show More

15:45 | Jun 11th

We talk about being geographically and culturally literate a lot on this podcast, but how does one do so? And how can they do so in a fun manner?

18:01 | Jun 4th

We're back with our second installment of the Flight Attendant Chronicles! We're with Cody, a flight attendant for a regional US airline. Tune in to learn more.

26:21 | May 28th

We're back with David Streisand of WiseFlys on this episode! Today, we discuss the phenomenon of award devaluation occurring and how to continue to maximize the value of your rewards. With more and more people getting into travel hacking, travel and ...Show More

29:33 | May 21st

In a continuation of my interview with Yannick, we talk about his home country of Switzerland. Switzerland may be a small country, but that doesn't mean that you can't experience many different cultures within.

20:44 | May 14th

Yannick is a flight attendant for SWISS International Airlines based out of its Zürich hub. In the first installment of the Flight Attendant Chronicles mini-series, we interview Yannick to talk about his job and the details that many may not even kno...Show More

28:00 | Apr 30th

Caelen Kelley is the host of the YouTube channel Atlas Pro. The content of his channel is built upon four pillars: Geography, Geology, Biology, Ecology. We have the fortune of having him on to talk about his channel, what he covers, and why it's impo...Show More

31:44 | Apr 23rd

We're headed to the home of Arnold Schwarzenegger in this episode, Austria. Tune in to learn about this central European country!

1:01:02 | Apr 16th

Not everybody can drop everything and travel the world like many social media lifestyles show. People who have a family and house still would like a sense of adventure, however, and our guests, Ashley and Ren, who host the Gone Trippin' Podcast, have...Show More

10:36 | Apr 2nd

Did you know Canada and Denmark have been warring for over 100 years? Not many do. Over what? Listen to find out.

31:50 | Mar 26th

We head to the Mediterranean (and historic) paradise of Greece on the podcast with YouTuber Konilo. He talks all about Greece and everything you need to know about its geography and culture.

19:48 | Mar 19th

The second-largest country in the world by area is being on the podcast. And despite it being so big, it somehow gets along with everyone else. Tune in to learn all about Canada in this episode! OH, and you might hear something different about this e...Show More

13:58 | Mar 12th

Most, if not all people, appreciate and welcome tourists in their towns, cities, and countries. Most importantly, tourism brings in money to help the local economy. Today, people in many parts of the world are experiencing an unfortunate phenomenon i...Show More

14:43 | Feb 26th

Did you know that many capital cities in the world right now were built from scratch? In this episode, we dive into some of them and learn about how and why they were built.

40:35 | Feb 19th

In today's episode, we have our first travel critic, Paul Lucas! Paul is a transportation enthusiast who travels all around the world on different airlines and trains and catalogs his experiences and reviews on his YouTube channel. It would, therefor...Show More

35:37 | Feb 5th

One of the oldest and most celebrated cultures in the world today is featured on this podcast. Tune in to learn more about France.

41:46 | Jan 29th

David Streisand of WiseFlys is back on the podcast, and this time he's back with more tips and tricks on travel hacking from the questions that YOU, the listeners, have asked on social media. Tune in and listen to learn!

26:05 | Jan 22nd

We are headed to the larger of the two countries on the Iberian Peninsula for a second time on the podcast. Tune in to learn about Spain!

16:51 | Jan 15th

Did you know you may be breaking flying etiquette without realizing it? Tune in to learn more about the do's and don'ts while flying.

15:57 | Jan 8th

On The Lost Geographer, we cover mostly United Nations Member States. What is a UN member state, and why is it something we cover? Tune in to learn more in this episode.

23:43 | Jan 1st

We head right back to Central America for this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast to Guatemala!

15:56 | Dec 18th, 2018

The Romani people, more commonly known as Gypsies, have had a long and turbulent history. In this podcast, we learn more about their way of life and their history. This episode was inspired by this article.

37:48 | Dec 11th, 2018

Mexico is known for many things, especially its food. But did you know that the color TV was invented in Mexico? Learn about this and more on this episode!

30:03 | Dec 4th, 2018

In this episode we are talking about living abroad, a fitting topic for the 100th episode of the podcast! It is the second half of my interview with Rachel Smets.

24:20 | Nov 27th, 2018

We are headed to Belgium for a second time on this podcast! Our guest today is Rachel Smets, who we are lucky enough to have on for 2 episodes! The first part of my interview with Rachel is about Belgium.

46:32 | Nov 20th, 2018

We are headed back to the crossroads of Eurasia for a second time on the podcast! Tune in to get a second perspective on Turkey, a country that has been important historically since the beginning of mankind.

34:50 | Nov 13th, 2018

We have come full circle on the podcast to the very first country on the podcast, South Africa! Listen to our second perspective on the rainbow nation.

30:36 | Nov 6th, 2018

In honor of Media Literacy Week from November 5-9, we have decided to feature Alicia Haywood, founder of the iSpeakMedia Foundation. We talk about media literacy and how it creates a better world for us. We also discuss how it helps to promote geogra...Show More

35:06 | Oct 16th, 2018

For the second time on this podcast, we are going to the South American giant of Brazil! Tune in to get a second perspective on this massive country that speaks Portuguese, not Spanish!

25:10 | Oct 9th, 2018

On this podcast, we aim to promote geographic and cultural literacy through education and travel. We want to make travel easier for people, which is why we're covering the points and miles game! Learn how to get free and heavily discounted travel wit...Show More

16:42 | Sep 25th, 2018

The Cultural Faux Pas mini-series is back for its 7th installments. Learn why being on time to an event or meeting is bad manners in both Venezuela AND China!

24:53 | Sep 18th, 2018

We are headed to Czechia, or The Country Formerly Known as the Czech Republic (TCFKATCR) (RIP Prince). While many people only know Prague, there's plenty more to the country than just that. In addition, since the fall of communism, its economy has ma...Show More

37:19 | Sep 11th, 2018

The last of the Scandinavian countries to be featured on the podcast. We are headed to Norway! A country known for its beautiful nature, there's plenty more to learn about Norwegian culture. Tune in to learn more!

18:19 | Sep 4th, 2018

Has being a vegetarian or having dietary restrictions ever impeded on your experiences while traveling? Sapna Dalal, the creator of The Vegetarian Tourist, talks about her experiences traveling as a vegetarian. She offers tips as well on how to make ...Show More

28:00 | Aug 28th, 2018

For the first time in a LONG while, we are headed over to South America. Peru is a country that is very rich and diverse in culture. Listen to the podcast to learn more!

26:02 | Aug 21st, 2018

The Middle East beckons again, and this time we are headed to Jordan! Home to beautiful nature and ancient historical sites, we learn about one of the most welcoming and hospitable countries in the region.

30:00 | Aug 14th, 2018

We are covering the second of the Baltic countries here on the podcast. Learn about Estonia, the country that freed itself by singing.

13:54 | Aug 7th, 2018

The international standard is for a country to have one capital that houses all of its government-related entities. However, that's not true across the world. Learn about some cases where this is not the case.

43:39 | Jul 31st, 2018

Have you ever traveled hoping to find love? In this episode, we talk about how being geographically and culturally literate can help you do so with Marina Iakovlev, the host of the Dating Beyond Borders YouTube channel. You definitely don't want to m...Show More

30:33 | Jul 17th, 2018

Not many people know about Angola, and that's why we are so excited today to have the country covered on the podcast! Learn more about this underrated African destination.

43:43 | Jul 10th, 2018

We revisit the United Kingdom, this time through the eyes of a northern Englishman as opposed to a southerner in our previous episode.

35:24 | Jul 3rd, 2018

We're headed back to New Zealand for a second time on the podcast to learn more about this beautiful country! And no, there are still no orcs in New Zealand.

14:10 | Jun 26th, 2018

So, while we weren't able to find any native Antarcticans to provide their personal experience (because there are none!), we figured it'd nonetheless be an interesting one to cover. Learn more about Antarctica!

14:05 | Jun 19th, 2018

Continuing our Cultural Faux Pas mini-series, we're back with Part 6! Learn 10 more things that you shouldn't do when traveling.

21:13 | Jun 11th, 2018

Ever wondered how people got to travel so much even while working? In today's podcast episode, we have Romina on to talk about this topic and how you can go forth pursuing this lifestyle!

23:42 | Jun 5th, 2018

We are covering the first of the Baltic states in this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast! Tune in to learn about Lithuania, home of one of the oldest languages in the world.

17:21 | May 29th, 2018

How important is geography education? So important that it can actually lead to world peace? How? All the answers in this episode, tune in!

32:21 | May 22nd, 2018

We often talk about encouraging travel and cultural awareness on this podcast. However, we have rarely covered what to do when you get to an actual location. In this episode, we are fortunate to have Sarah Dandashy, a world-renowned concierge, and cr...Show More

19:44 | May 15th, 2018

Names of countries are often interesting to study. In this episode, we study the names of three particular countries. These were chosen because they have recently either changed their name or have a naming dispute.

47:16 | May 8th, 2018

We head to the first of the Maghreb countries in this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast! Our guest Kamal was born and raised in Morocco and offers amazing perspectives on what a rich culture and history the country has. Tune in to learn more!

57:27 | Apr 24th, 2018

Singapore is a small island country in southeast Asia, separated from Malaysia by the Strait of Johor. The country consists of only one city: Singapore. However, you can experience Indian, Chinese, and Malay cultures all in this one city. Tune in to ...Show More

43:44 | Apr 17th, 2018

Do you like coffee? Whether you enjoy taking the occasional cup of Joe or drink it religiously to enhance your productivity, there's a lot more than just what meets the tongue. In this episode, we meet someone who's made chronicling what's behind ...Show More

53:27 | Apr 10th, 2018

We are visiting Ukraine for the second time on this podcast! In this episode, we learn about Ukraine's geography and location as the hub of crossroads between Europe and Asia, and how it influenced the culture. Tune in to learn more!

53:19 | Apr 3rd, 2018

We are headed over to Slovakia, which is actually located geographically in Central Europe, and not Eastern Europe as many (including myself) think. In any case, Slovakia has lots of beautiful nature, spas, and a capital city, Bratislava, with an ama...Show More

11:52 | Mar 27th, 2018

We're back with another round of cultural faux pas aka stuff you should know not to do abroad to avoid making a fool of yourself. Tune in to learn more, and remember to check out our other parts if you haven't already.

36:39 | Mar 20th, 2018

The Philippines is an incredible mixture of both Western and Eastern cultures, and our guest Grace does a wonderful job describing the country. Tune in to learn about the Philippines!

26:29 | Mar 12th, 2018

We're back with the second part of our interview with Roope! In this episode, he talks about learning languages. We go over why it's important, common misconceptions, and how you can go about starting your language-learning journey.

39:39 | Mar 6th, 2018

We head back to Northern Europe for this week's episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast! We explore the country of Finland, one that is unique because it's nothing like any of its surrounding countries. Tune in to learn more about its culture and hist...Show More

13:47 | Feb 27th, 2018

Here are some more manners, etiquette, and customs you should be aware of whilst traveling. This is the fourth installment of the Cultural Faux Pas Mini-Series. Be sure to check out Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 as well!

35:26 | Feb 20th, 2018

Zambia is a large country in southern Africa that very few know about. However, it has some amazing wildlife and natural landscapes that are worth checking out. Listen in to learn more!

52:48 | Feb 13th, 2018

We're headed to the first of the two countries on the Iberian peninsula, Spain! Get ready to learn about this country that is rich in tradition, history, and culture. And where they throw tomatoes at each other for fun.

31:14 | Feb 6th, 2018

April Peregrino is an extreme traveler who loves to go on solo adventures in lands that many others wouldn't dare to adventure. Here, she shares plenty of tips for fellow female travelers who would like to travel, alone or not, but are afraid to do s...Show More

41:21 | Jan 30th, 2018

In today's episode, we're lucky to be joined with Dominic Bonucelli, a traveling photographer who has worked closely with well-known names in travel such as Lonely Planet, National Geographic, and Rick Steves. Here, he talks about how travel i...Show More

23:48 | Jan 23rd, 2018

This episode explores Turkey, a country that was once one of the major powers of the world. As a result of its prominence, it is rich in history and culture, and our guest in today's episode bring all of it out in great detail. Definitely one you wan...Show More

27:12 | Jan 16th, 2018

We are headed back to Iceland for a second time, but this time, with a completely different perspective. Tune in to learn about one of the most beautiful countries in the world, including efforts that the Icelandic are making to preserve the natural ...Show More

14:16 | Jan 9th, 2018

More cultural differences in etiquette and laws for you to keep note of when traveling abroad! Tune in to learn some very important travel tips.

44:05 | Jan 2nd, 2018

We head back to Scandinavia and explore the interesting country of Denmark. Denmark's culture is one that is worth exploring, and according to our guest in this episode, its cuisine is quite underrated. Tune in to learn more about Danish culture!

23:08 | Dec 12th, 2017

The first country in East Africa that we are covering on this podcast. We are lucky to have Binyam, head of Inside Ethiopia Tours, to be on the podcast to discuss a country about which very little is known despite its rich history and culture, as wel...Show More

39:53 | Dec 5th, 2017

We head back over to Eastern Europe and learn about the country of Romania in this episode. Our guest, Matt, is a Romanian-born Canadian who moved back to Romania, and began to document his life there as an expat in his blog, Expat in Romania.

30:04 | Nov 28th, 2017

Languages are really interesting. Don't believe me? Then listen to this conversation with Josh, creator of the NativLang YouTube channel. His fascinating animations combined with his engaging narrations allow and clear passion for the linguistics all...Show More

33:31 | Nov 21st, 2017

Traveling does NOT have to be expensive, contrary to popular belief. Our guest this week, Scott Keyes, is just the man to prove that. Listen in to him to dispel this myth, and learn some other cool tips that will show you how you can get to your dest...Show More

25:07 | Nov 14th, 2017

In this episode, we're headed back to Mediterranean Europe to discuss the wonderful, boot-shaped country of Italy. Tune in to learn more about Italy, and how it's more than just the land of pizza and pasta!

26:56 | Nov 7th, 2017

I have the pleasure of hosting Lorraine Singer, an American expat who, with her husband Mike, are living abroad in Dubai currently, and have traveled all over the world, documenting it in their travel blog, the Singer's World Tour. Listen in, as she ...Show More

10:58 | Oct 31st, 2017

We're back with more advice on what not to do when in certain countries! Inform and arm yourself with this information when traveling, because remember, not knowing is never an excuse.

13:23 | Oct 24th, 2017

Often, we don't realize things we say or do on a daily basis in our home countries can be horribly misconstrued abroad because of cultural differences. In this episode, we're going to go over some of these so that you can better equip yourself to be ...Show More

27:15 | Oct 17th, 2017

We are headed back to Venezuela for a second time for this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast! This time, however, the political situation is a bit more intense than it was when the last episode was recorded. Nevertheless, we get a great glimpse ...Show More

27:43 | Oct 10th, 2017

Today, we explore one of the most contentious countries in the world - Iran. Due to its inaccessibility and often negative portrayal on news outlets throughout the world, many people don't have an accurate understanding of Iranian culture, and even m...Show More

18:55 | Oct 3rd, 2017

We head this week to the small island Nation of Malta, located in the Mediterranean sea, south of the Italian island of Sicily. However, don't let its size fool you - it's packed with plenty of culture, as it draws on influences from its neighbors ar...Show More

34:01 | Sep 26th, 2017

This is the first of our Part 2 episodes for countries on The Lost Geographer Podcast. I'm lucky to have 2 guests on this episode, Ashleigh and Tara from Perth, located on the west coast of Australia. My previous guest from Australia was from Sydney,...Show More

06:10 | Sep 19th, 2017

The Lost Geographer Podcast is back and better than ever! After a (long) hiatus, we're back and ready to spread geographic and cultural literacy through education and travel again! Check out the newly designed website at www.thelostgeographer.net.

19:36 | Apr 4th, 2017

So why care about geography? Why do I need to learn it, is it really that important? Hasn't the world been fully mapped out already? Well, listen in to this episode to find out more about why it's important to be geographically and culturally literat...Show More

09:42 | Mar 28th, 2017

We've all heard of Swiss cheese. It's commonplace knowledge that it's a distinct yellowish-white cheese with holes that's often used as an analogy. However, have you ever stopped to ask whether or not it's actually from Switzerland? Let's find out in...Show More

53:34 | Mar 21st, 2017

The 41st episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast takes us to the country of Ireland. This country may be small area-wise, but it's bursting at the seams with culture and pride. We have YouTube personality Clisare on this episode to talk about her coun...Show More

48:47 | Mar 14th, 2017

Germany is the most populous country in Europe, and despite popular belief, they don't all wear lederhosen and dirndls while holding liter beer steins all the time. There is so much more to German culture, which is noted by the variety of different r...Show More

20:48 | Mar 3rd, 2017

We talk about geographers in this episode and how, despite disbelief from many people, it is a legitimate profession. Their actions have large implications on spatial issues worldwide and are involved in some of the most fundamental aspects of societ...Show More

45:48 | Feb 24th, 2017

Other than being the most populated and one of the most powerful countries in the world, China is a country rich in tradition, culture, and history. In addition, as our speaker likes to point out, Chinese cuisine is something that also significantly ...Show More

44:04 | Feb 17th, 2017

We're headed back over to West Africa in Episode 37 of The Lost Geographer Podcast! Listen in as we learn about Africa's largest country and about how diverse it is within its borders. This episode is The Lost Geographer's longest by far, and as a re...Show More

19:39 | Feb 3rd, 2017

Why do people roll their eyes at cultural sensitivity workshops? Why does it not work? And why should we pursue cultural literacy instead? Listen in to this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast to learn more!

23:22 | Jan 27th, 2017

After quite some time, we are going to cover a barrier to literacy again on The Lost Geographer. We learn about media illiteracy and why it's important to help the world come together. Understanding which sources to use and which to avoid, as well as...Show More

16:50 | Jan 20th, 2017

We are finally headed back to The Lost Geographer Podcast on this episode after a long hiatus! Listen in as we learn about the West African nation of Ghana!

23:23 | Jan 13th, 2017

Most people were forced to learn a language at some point and didn't necessarily oblige. Unfortunately, these people missed out on a lot of side benefits that learning and mastering a foreign language could provide. Listen in to this episode to learn...Show More

21:10 | Jan 6th, 2017

Sweden is the largest and most populous of the northern European countries. It's known for its rich Nordic heritage and for its innovation. Listen in to this episode to learn more about the country that's home to vikings, meatballs, and IKEA.

22:22 | Dec 30th, 2016

Lebanon is one of the most underrated Mediterranean destinations to explore, potentially due to its location in the volatile Middle East. However, our guest today explains why it’s a great place to visit and is extremely safe. It is tourist-friendly ...Show More

27:03 | Dec 23rd, 2016

We head to the first of the former Yugoslav countries on this week's episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast! Serbia, infamously known for having started 2 major wars, has a very interesting and rich culture that you can learn about in this episode. T...Show More

29:08 | Dec 9th, 2016

We head to one of the flattest countries in the world with some of the lowest elevations and a large amount of land reclaimed from the sea due to a series of dams and dykes. The Dutch are also the tallest people in the world, on average. Listen in to...Show More

21:59 | Dec 2nd, 2016

We head back to Eastern Europe and learn about Ukraine, a country that has seen a fair bit of history. Learn about the second former Soviet state on this podcast as well as its fascinating culture in this week's episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast...Show More

25:22 | Nov 18th, 2016

Geohacker is a game that makes learning geography fun! In this episode, the creator, Michael McCrickard, talks about his experience building the game as well as why he built it (hint: it has to do with geographic and cultural literacy). Listen in to ...Show More

15:50 | Nov 11th, 2016

We explore our second Arab country in The Lost Geographer podcast as we head over to Iraq and learn about a country that has seen quite a lot over the past few decades. Listen in to learn more about a country that has a rich history, as it once house...Show More

29:55 | Nov 4th, 2016

We're headed to the first of the Scandinavian countries in this week's episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast! Listen in as we learn about Iceland and its culture, and what it's like to live in the smallest of the Nordic countries.

34:54 | Oct 28th, 2016

We head back down to South America in this episode with Ricardo Pineda, a native Venezuelan who is currently residing in the United States. This episode is packed with lots of interesting and valuable information.

16:57 | Oct 21st, 2016

If you're doing business today, you're more than likely going to have to meet people from different backgrounds. Different backgrounds means different cultures, which in turn usually implies different business cultures. If you want to make the most o...Show More

28:53 | Oct 14th, 2016

Israel is in one of the most contentious geographic regions of the world. The media portrayal shows a country that is either always being bombed or always on the offensive against someone else. However, we get an individual, human view of the country...Show More

21:58 | Oct 7th, 2016

Derek Vollebregt is the founder of The Global Shuffle, a podcast with a similar goal to The Lost Geographer podcast. He gets people from around the world to talk about different issues, or people who are involved in interesting projects related to cu...Show More

21:36 | Sep 30th, 2016

The world is a scary place. Many of us live in fear, and understandably so. However, many of us also fail to realize that fear is what is causing us from achieving geographic and cultural literacy and is driving us further apart. Listen to this episo...Show More

22:11 | Sep 23rd, 2016

Paul Barbato (aka Barby) is the host of the popular YouTube video series, Geography Now! In this episode, he discusses his motivations behind making such a series and the importance of geography in our modern world.

23:24 | Sep 9th, 2016

We all daydream about traveling to crazy places and doing awesome things. We're also constantly told that these daydreams are unrealistic. Our guest today, Tricia Leach, however, feels differently. On her podcast, Keep your Daydream, where she has di...Show More

19:55 | Sep 2nd, 2016

In this episode, we head Down Under to learn about Australia! Listen in to learn more about one of the most fascinating countries in the world. And no, not all of them are the direct descendants of British prisoners.

12:52 | Aug 26th, 2016

In this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast, we introduce a new sub-series of the podcast called "Barriers to Literacy". In this sub-series, we will talk about concepts and mindsets that prevent geographic and cultural literacy from being achieved...Show More

37:23 | Aug 19th, 2016

New Zealand is a country that is geographically very isolated from the rest of the world, and as such, has a unique culture. In addition, it has some of the most breathtakingly beautiful nature anyone could ever find in the world, which is why movies...Show More

25:15 | Aug 12th, 2016

Chile is a country that is quite long and therefore has a rich diversity of landscapes. Within this one country, you can see mountains, a desert, and penguins! Learn about Chile and its culture in this episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast.

32:05 | Aug 5th, 2016

Brazil is the largest country in South America in terms of both population and size. It is also the host nation of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, which is about to start at the time of this podcast release. Listen in to learn about probably the riche...Show More

16:38 | Jul 29th, 2016

Belgium is quite an interesting country that is often glossed over due to its small geographic size and population, despite housing the headquarters of the European Union in its capital city. Being that this is The Lost Geographer, we aim to give it ...Show More

24:09 | Jul 21st, 2016

The 11th episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast goes over a very misunderstood country that has not been given the credit that it deserves for its very quick turnaround from economic turmoil toward its current prosperity. Go ahead and listen to this ...Show More

14:56 | Jul 14th, 2016

It's the 10th Episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast! Here, we begin by talking about how far the podcast has come so far, and what you can expect in the future. The main topic of the podcast, however, is the right way to travel. All too often, peopl...Show More

27:56 | Jul 8th, 2016

Do you continuously give lip service to travel? You keep saying that you want to travel, but never get around to it? Maybe because you don't have enough money, you're too afraid, something is holding you back. Well guess what; if you make these excus...Show More

27:50 | Jun 30th, 2016

Russia is a country that is highly controversial in today's world. For the first time on The Lost Geographer Podcast, we have not just one, but TWO guests. Each provides different perspectives on their home country. On one hand, you hear what's great...Show More

20:01 | Jun 23rd, 2016

Thailand is known for being one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a lot to offer. But what is the average Thai person like? Find out here, as we interview a native Thai person who has lived all over the world as he talks about what it...Show More

19:55 | Jun 16th, 2016

Aside from traveling being fun and something that gives you great stories to tell those back home, it is also an incredible way to learn about yourself and about others. Today, we have Lifestyle Conversationalist Jesse Ortiz talk about how travel has...Show More

23:23 | Jun 9th, 2016

In this episode, we talk to a native Englishman who has traveled the world (and created a videoblog by doing so), and he discusses his experiences doing so. Listen in to learn about a country with one of the richest histories in the world.

15:35 | Jun 2nd, 2016

Syria is a country that has been in the news quite a lot lately. It is currently known, because of the mainstream media, as a nation of refugees, conflict, and bloodshed. We all know the media covers stories for attention, so listen in to this episod...Show More

19:19 | May 24th, 2016

In this episode, we talk with a native South Korean who has moved around and has spent his life since high school in the United States. We will explore how the cultures differ and what mistakes you shouldn't make if you are visiting in South Korea.

18:35 | May 24th, 2016

In this episode, we explore things about one of Africa's most powerful countries, South Africa. You learn things about the people and the country that you will never hear from the media, so listen in!

10:38 | May 24th, 2016

This is the first episode of The Lost Geographer Podcast. Here, you will understand the goal of the podcast and what you can expect from future episodes. In this modern world, it is important to be geographically and culturally literate, and to under...Show More