Hear about travel to Belarus as the Amateur Traveler talks to Megan Starr from meganstarr.com about her travels to this country that is transitioning from the “last Soviet dictatorship” to a high tech powerhouse.
This episode of Amateur Traveler is sponsored by goTenna.com. goTenna is a mesh network device that let’s people use their phones to communicate at long-range without cell, internet or satellite service.
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An American Tail – Fievel Goes West
An American Tail
Isle of Tears
8 Things to Love About Minsk
Church of Saints Simon and Helena
National Library of Belarus
National Academic Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre
Victory Square, Minsk, Belarus
Tales from Minsk Part 1
Lee Harvey Oswald’s Apartment in Minsk
Vitebsk: The Most Charismatic City in Eastern Belarus
Mir Castle Complex
Both Mary and Raaidh wrote about Travel to Eastern Taiwan – Episode 533
Hi, I’ve just started listening to your Podcast since you were one of a few who’se covered my country, the Maldives. I’ve been hooked ever since and was especially excited after listening to your Eastern Taiwan episode (I’ve always wanted a mountain setting hiking or biking holiday). But since Taiwan would involve a Visa, I’m searching for alternative hilly holiday areas such as Munnar in Southern India. Love your podcast, Raaidh
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