“The 10 best podcasts on the Internet” includes the Amateur Traveler

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Best Life MagazineBest Life Magazine, a men’s magazine, just named a list of the “The 10 best podcasts on the Internet”.

In addition to two shows from NPR, the TED conference, the Economist, they named the Amateur Traveler. Cool.

Chris Christensen created “Amateur Traveler,” a weekly hour-long audio and video podcast, to keep you as far away from tourists wearing jean shorts and Big Johnson T-shirts as possible. Each episode explores world destinations with guidebook writers, journalists, and veteran nomads. You’ll learn the best place to find lobster paella in Barcelona, how to motorbike through India, and where to go for a far-flung family vacation. Whet your wanderlust by scrolling through the archive of more than 125 past broadcasts.

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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

3 Responses to ““The 10 best podcasts on the Internet” includes the Amateur Traveler”



Congratulations, Chris! I have a feeling this is only the beginning.

Been listening since the beginning of the year and lovin’ it! Also, thanks for being transparent about the number of listeners you have. I recently talked to a semi-well-known podcaster who wanted to keep that info very private.

So the feedburner icons are a refreshing difference! Keep up the awesome work!

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