S4E1: Palle Bo – Driver and Passenger Ticketed For “Invalid” License & Almost Hit Cow
Drive with Us Podcast
Swerving to miss hitting a cow, everyone in the car getting a ticket for his “invalid” driver’s license, and crossing the Lesotho border without knowing it are only some of the crazy driving experiences Palle Bo experienced on his adventures around the world.Palle Bo, a full-time traveler and digital nomad from Denmark, made the bold decision at age 50 to sell all his belonging and travel the world while documenting all his adventures on The Radio Vagabond Podcast. Palle shared some of those funny and crazy driving stories with us in today’s episode.Like the time he gave a tailgater a taste of his own medicine by flashing his lights back at him and the time 18-wheelers would, what felt like, purposely pull in front of him every time he tried to pass. Full Transcript More Episodes Driving Profile: Palle Bo More Driving Profiles To watch the video version of the podcast: check out our YouTube channel or visit our Patreon. Want more content? Visit our website or Instagram. Support the show: Patreon – lots of extra content & get episodes 1 week earlyBuy Us a Coffee – help fill up our gas tank Be a guest: Have you experienced crazy while on the road? Interested in being a guest? Fill out the interest form on our website and we will be in contact with you soon More Palle, please: Podcast: The Radio Vagabond Twitter: @radiovagabondInstagram: @radiovagabondFacebook: @theradiovagabondWebsite: Radio Guru Join the group: It’s free!Connect with other drivers from around the world by joining our discord or FB group. Share your crazy driving stories, driving pet peeves, road trip ideas, and travel tips. We can’t wait to hear get to know you as a driver!Discord Community: Driving Around the WorldFacebook Group: Tips, Advice & Crazy Stories Connect with us: Loved this episode? Share it with a friend, leave us a review, or chat with us on our socials. We LOVE hearing from you!Instagram: @TaranjitAthwalInstagram: @BhavneetAthwalInstagram: @DriveWithUsPodcast Twitter: @DriveWithUsPod Facebook: @DriveWithUsPodcast Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.drivewithuspodcast.com The post S4E1: Palle Bo – Driver and Passenger Ticketed For “Invalid” License & Almost Hit Cow appeared first on Drive with Us Podcast.
#26: Palle Bo - om at netværke i hele verden som digital nomade
Palle Bo er podcast- og radioproducer. Han rejser, bor og arbejder i hele verden som digital nomade og har gjort det siden 2016. Det var faktisk et netværksmøde i Cannes, der blev startskuddet til den indtil videre 5 år lange rejse. Dagens afsnit handler om, hvordan man skaber sig et netværk på farten, og hvordan man holder sine relationer ved lige, når man hele tiden flytter fra sted til sted. Palle Bo har bygget hele sin forretning op gennem netværk, og han kunne godt mærke forskel på sit salg, da hun pludselig ikke var hjemme i Danmark og kunne gå med til netværksmøderne fysisk længere. Og hvad gør man så? Bliv klogere på, hvordan man netværker på farten, skaber nye relationer og går fra at være den stille ovre i hjørnet til receptionerne til at savne de fysiske møder og samtalerne på gangene til konferencerne. Hør hans podcast her: radiovagabond.dk Og find Steve Jobs talen, vi refererer til, her: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UF8uR6Z6KLc
Palle Bo Rasmussen: Schulen in ländlichen Gebieten
Palle Bo Rasmussen, partner KHR Architecture AS aus Kopenhagen, betrachtet Möglichkeiten des Schulbaus in ländlichen Gebieten. So müssen sich Schulen für die gesamte Gemeinde öffnen und z. B. als Veranstaltungsort genutzt werden können. Zusätzlich spricht er über Architektur, die Bildung unterstützt.
Do you believe travel makes you more creative? Has it brought you closer to your family and friends? Today I will be talking with Palle Bo from The Radio Vagabond and we will be talking about becoming a nomad organically, working while traveling, and how being an empty nester became the catalyst to his vagabond lifestyle. We also discuss why Palle feels like a life completely on the road has actually brought him closer to his family and friends which is not something I had really thought about but I find to be true as well. Today's episode is being sponsored by the amazing folks over at Tortuga Backpacks which, you know, are my favorite backpacks in the world & the people over at Travel South Dakota which have the best free guide all about the beautiful state of South Dakota. Check out the full show notes here!Tune In To Learn:10:15 Being Home 13:25 The Tale of Palle 17:10 Bringing You Closer 20:55 Long Term Travel & Getting Ready 24:40 The Love Of Radio, Audio, & Cows 29:05 How Has Podcasting On The Road Changed Things 32:25 Stand Out Podcast Guests 35:00 Tips & Challenges For Working On The Road 40:35 Adventures On The Road 45:40 The Most Memorable Moments & Countries 48:20 Stretching The Budget & Why Hostels Are For Everyone 53:25 Loneliness On The Road 57:00 Advice On Travel And so much more!
Lesson 31: Selling It All in Your 50s and Living Your Travel Dreams Full-Time with Radio Producer and Podcast Host Palle Bo
The School of Travels
Palle Bo has lived in the same town in Denmark for most of his life. He traveled when he could but was never really able to go on the epic adventure he’d always dreamed of. One day, he realized: ‘My kids have graduated college and it might just be possible to take my work with me on the road. Maybe my clients won’t even know.’ One day, he said his travel dreams out loud and suddenly found himself handing the keys to his apartment over to new owners. Thus, the Radio Vagabond Podcast was born and, almost four years later, Palle Bo is still going. Join us direct from the “Horizon” ship’s game room on the Nomad Cruise X journey through the Middle East! What plans are you going to say out loud and make happen in 2020?
Becoming a Digital Nomad in your 50's with Palle Bo, The Radio Vagabond
Badass Digital Nomads
Not so long ago, Palle Bo would look at a world map in his kitchen and place pins on the countries he wanted to visit. But he didn't want to wait until he retired to start living his life, so he became a digital nomad at 51 years old. A few years later, he's officially been to over 73 countries and he's still 10 or 15 years away from the traditional retirement age. It just goes to show that it's never too late to start living the life you want! Watch this episode on YouTube as a video interview. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Are you ready for the Remote Work Revolution? Over half the population will soon have the ability to work from home. Let long-time digital nomad, Kristin Wilson, and her guests from diverse industries and backgrounds guide you on how to transition successfully from 9-5 to location-independent. If you’ve ever been curious about how to work online and travel, or just have more freedom, flexibility, and time in your daily life, this podcast is for you. Whatever your career path, everyone needs to know how to compete and succeed in the workplace of the future. Employees, freelancers, entrepreneurs, founders, and executives alike will find value in stories and topics discussed on Badass Digital Nomads. About Kristin: Kristin Wilson is an online entrepreneur, writer, speaker, and content creator who has lived and worked in 60+ countries. She coaches people who want to work online and travel through her courses, workshops, and two YouTube channels. She also consults companies in adopting remote work policies. Kristin is a Top Writer on Quora and Medium who has been featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, ESPN, The New York Times, Huffpost, HGTV’s House Hunters International, and more. ........................................................................................................ Support the Podcast: NEW: Become a Patron and access exclusive content Shop for your travel and remote work accessories in my Amazon Store Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts Connect With Me on Socials: Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Badass Digital Nomads Podcast Check Out DIGITAL NOMAD TV on YouTube Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group
Key Links https://www.patreon.com/CountingCountries Counting Countries Apparel Group Trip To Bhutan In November -----On today’s episode, I welcome Palle Bo to Counting Countries. Palle and I have met twice over the last couple of years, once in Manila and once in Chicago, but today is the day where we made it official with an interview. Before I introduce Palle, I am reminding you that Counting Countries is now partnered with Patreon. Patreon is a platform that allows patrons, that’s you, to support creators, and that is me creating Counting Countries. I have been extremely fortunate to be be able to create this podcast and be able to meet so many interesting and compelling travelers, but I have also spent a tremendous amount of time and some money creating this podcast. So for example, some benefits are extended interviews. Some Patrons are able to listen to an exclusive additional 20 minute interview with last month’s guest, Petro. Or a five minute update from Fabio Cao, from former guest, who has finished every country in the world. And a reminder, Counting Countries is offering its first group tour to Bhutan on November 7th. This is a great agenda which I consulted on and helped create. I have been to Bhutan three times and looking forward to returning for a fourth time. Besides seeing amazing things like Tiger’s Nest and the Punakha Dzong, I have scheduled this trip to coincide with two festivals. I have also negotiated a daily $25 discount from the mandated government minimums. Please go to GlobalGaz.com to see more information as well as disclosures. Palle made a drastic change when he became 50. He sold everything and left everything that he had known for the past 50 years … his family, his friends, and his career. He was officially on the quest to travel to every country in the world. He left Denmark nearly three years ago with no plans to return back. We discuss his journey and how we got there. I encourage you to subscribe wherever you listen, Apple Podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, or Spotify and write a review, even better if it is 5 stars. But for now, here’s my conversation with Palle, who was in Denmark while I was in Bangkok. Please listen in and enjoy. Thank you to my Patrons …. Bisa Myles, Ted Nims & Ryan Gazder. Be the first on your block to sport official Counting Countries apparel! You can purchase today on Amazon. And now you can listen to Counting Countries on Spotify! And Alexa! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts today! And write a review! Check out our friend: Large Minority. They organize international rallies around the world including: Sri Lanka, Cambodia, the Philippines and the Amazon. And watch my full length documentary in Cambodia when I traveled with Large Minority. More about Palle Bo: Born in: Denmark Passports from: Denmark Favorite travel film: Don’t really have one. More TV travel shows like Michael Palin’s travel shows, the Charley Boorman series “By Any Means” – and of course Anthony Bourdain. Favorite travel book: Vagabonding Favorite travel site: TrackMyTour to say something other than Airbnb, Couchsurfing or TripAdvisor Must carry: My scuba diving goggles with prescription glass Favorite food: Don’t really have any. I like to sample the local food – without being a foodie. Favorite drink: Same answer here Map: NomadMania Instagram: @RadioVagabond Twitter: @RadioVagabond Website: Radio Vagabond Facebook: Radio Vagabond Youtube: YouTube.com/TheRadioVagabond About Counting Countries Counting Countries is the only podcast to bring you the stories from the dedicated few who’ve spent their lives on the singular quest of traveling to every country in the world. Less people have traveled to every country in the world than have been to outer space. Theme music for this podcast is Demeter’s Dance, written, performed, and provided by Mundi. About GlobalGaz Ric Gazarian is the host of Counting Countries. He is the author of three books: Hit The Road: India, 7000 KM To Go, and Photos From Chernobyl. He is the producer of two travel documentaries: Hit The Road: India and Hit The Road: Cambodia. Ric is also on his own quest to visit every country in the world. You can see where he has traveled so far and keep up with his journey at GlobalGaz.com How Many Countries Are There? Well… that depends on who you ask! The United Nations states that there are 193 member states. The British Foreign and Commonwealth office states that there are 226 countries and territories. The Century Club states that there are 327 sovereign nations, territories, enclaves, and islands. The Most Traveled Person states that there are 875 unique parts of the world. The Nomad Mania divides the world into 1281 regions. SISO says there are 3,978 places in the world. Me? My goal is the 193 countries that are recognized by the UN, but I am sure I will visit some other places along the way. An analysis of these lists and who is the best traveled by Kolja Spori. Check out our friend and his new book: The Curious Case of William Baekeland William is a former guest of Counting Countries. Harry Mitsidis, the author and extreme traveler, traces William’s arrival and unraveling in the travel community. It is a story worthy of a film … and this book.Disclaimer: I will earn a fee if you order from Amazon/Agoda.
15: Becoming a Digital Nomad at Age 50, Taking the World’s Highest Bungee Jump, and Running an Award-Winning Production Company Remotely with Palle Bo
The Maverick Show with Matt Bowles
Palle Bo (aka “The Radio Vagabond”) shares his story of deciding to become a full time digital nomad at age 50. He explains what led up to his decision to sell all his stuff and slow-travel the world on a quest to visit every country while documenting it all on his podcast The Radio Vagabond. He tells stories from his travel adventures, including his trip to Macao where he took the highest bungee jump in the world, his hot air balloon ride over Siem Reap, Cambodia, and what it was like to visit to North Korea. He also talks about his professional journey founding radio stations in Denmark (he now co-owns 17 stations), and then founding RadioGuru, an award-winning company that produces radio commercials and podcasts, which he now runs remotely as the CEO while traveling the world. He explains how he landed LEGO as a client, and both produced and hosted the LEGO Technic podcast. He tells the story of how that project got him secret and confidential access to the Bugatti factory, what it was like inside and what he learned from interviewing their staff. He also shares his professional tips on what makes a truly great and effective audio commercial for radio or podcasts, and tells you how you can follow his travel adventures.
I picked up the phone and called Palle, who does a travel podcast that I quite enjoyed. I like to practice my interview skills with people that I’m genuinely interested in, even if they only have a thin thread related to fakeology. Palle went to North Korea this year, and I thought I’d see if there was anything there to expose. I didn’t find any nuggets, but I did mention a few fakeology topics to Palle. Perhaps he’ll remember them, and drop a link to the archives here. Humble and Fred with Palle youtu.be/MJ3lPw1xTck Fakeologist–Yesterday at 8:26 PM live on fakeologist.com/radio2 with Palle Bo, the www.theradiovagabond.com/ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrole… Chevrolet Vega The Chevrolet Vega is a subcompact automobile that was produced by Chevrolet from 1970 to 1977. Available in two-door hatchback, notchback, wagon, and panel delivery body styles, all models were powered by an inline four-cylinder engine with a li… www.theradiovagabond.com/040-n… The Radio Vagabond Podcast #040 – I Took My Daughter to North Korea Fakeologist–Yesterday at 9:22 PM www.couchsurfing.com/ Meet and Stay with Locals All Over the World www.mixcloud.com/discover/pall… Mixcloud Palle Bo & Radio guru shows Listen to the best Palle Bo & Radio guru shows en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jabberja… Jabberjaw Jabberjaw is a 30-minute Saturday morning animated series created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears and produced by Hanna-Barbera which aired on ABC from September 11, 1976, to September 3, 1978. September 27, 2017 Fakeologist–Today at 4:31 AM en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misterja… Misterjaw Misterjaw is a 34-episode made-for-television cartoon series, produced at DePatie-Freleng Enterprises in 1976 for The Pink Panther and Friends television series on NBC. Misterjaw usually called Catfish either “pal-ly”, “fella” or “sonny” when in a good mood, or names like “dumbkoff”, “ka-nucklehead” or “macaroni brain” when irritated. At times, Misterjaw would mistakenly address his sidekick as “Dogfish”, only to correct himself a split second later by saying “I mean, Catfish.” I had the wrong shark @Palle good chat I’ll be posting it today sometime later Support the site via Patreon | Other ways to donateNo tags for this post.