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Travel Podcast

Join Marina, ‘Travel Experta’ on adventures around the world!

She brings her down-to-earth, practical experience having traveled to over 39 countries both solo and with her family (including her pets). Plus having moved as an expat to over 5 countries. 

You’ll hear do’s and don’ts from backpacking to luxury travel adventures, to being an expat.

The Make Every Day an Adventure Podcast will cover:

  • Travel ideas for adventures nearby or afar
  • Travel tips and travel hacks
  • How to travel worldwide with your family (and pets)
  • Moving to a new country (becoming an Expat)

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