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The Itchy Feet Gap Year Guide

Signe Akmenkalne

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The Itchy Feet Gap Year Guide
The Itchy Feet Gap Year Guide

The Itchy Feet Gap Year Guide

Signe Akmenkalne

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A bi-weekly podcast about gap year experiences for anyone with itchy feet for seeing the world from unlikely angles.

Latest Episodes

ep_05: Camino de Santiago with Beth Smith

Signe Akmenkalne talks to Beth Smith about her Camino de Santiago pilgrimage across France, Spain and Portugal. We discuss the importance of community, trusting strangers, and rocking socks and sandals. Photo courtesy of Beth Smith.

25 MIN2017 NOV 21
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ep_05: Camino de Santiago with Beth Smith

ep_04: Solo Travel Interrail with David Hanlon

Signe Akmenkalne speaks to David Hanlon, Welsh poet and councillor, about his time volunteering and exploring Europe with Interrail, solo travel, the importance of gap years, and clubbing in some ruins in Budapest (it’s a thing, apparently). Burano Island, Venice, Italy.Photo by David Hanlon. Click here andhere to read some of David’s poetry, or follow him on Twitter at@DavidHanlon13. For all the links, please visit our home at itchyfeetpodcast.com or follow us at@TIFGYGpodcast Let us know of any feedback, thoughts or if you think you have a story to be featured on the show by getting in touch via twitter or out Facebook page or twitter Happy listening!

43 MIN2017 SEP 19
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ep_04: Solo Travel Interrail with David Hanlon

ep_03: Trans-Siberian Railway, Mongolia & Russia with Emily Hamilton

Signe Akmenkalne talks to Emily Hamilton, a Bahrain-raised Bristol-based architect, about her Trans-Siberian Railway travels in Mongolia and Russia.

45 MIN2017 JUL 18
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ep_03: Trans-Siberian Railway, Mongolia & Russia with Emily Hamilton

ep_02: Volunteering at Dunkirk Refugee Camp with Beth Smith

June 20th marks World Refugee Day so in this episode Signe Akmenkalne talks to Beth Smith about her experience volunteering in Dunkirk refugee camp. Beth tells about her motivation, what she learned, and how anyone can help and be a part of the change for the better with actions we all can take today, from volunteering at a camp to many things you can do from home or wherever you may be. Happy listening! Photo credit: Beth Smith

36 MIN2017 JUN 29
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ep_02: Volunteering at Dunkirk Refugee Camp with Beth Smith

ep_01: ICS Volunteering in Nicaragua with Chloë Smith

This episode TIFGYG’s Signe talks to Chloë Smith about the time they both were working and living in a tiny mountain village in rural Nicaragua, Central America. During the three months they spend in Matagalpa region, they were part of a WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) project by Raleigh International, as part of theirInternational Citizen Service, a UK governmental programme that sees 18-24 year old people take part in avariety of projects in Majority world. We discuss what it was like, more about the the project and the charities we worked with, what we wish we’d known before, and, oh, that time we had an actual exorcism at the local church for Halloween. For a more detailed read on the three months there, here’s a piece written by Jake Machin, another fellow volunteer on the project. Chloëhaving a bucket-shower in Palan Bilampi, Nicaragua. CurrentlyChloë lives in Bristol, where she is a performance and dance artist and a part-time post-woman. Visit hereto find out more a...

37 MIN2017 JUN 12
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ep_01: ICS Volunteering in Nicaragua with Chloë Smith
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Latest Episodes

ep_05: Camino de Santiago with Beth Smith

Signe Akmenkalne talks to Beth Smith about her Camino de Santiago pilgrimage across France, Spain and Portugal. We discuss the importance of community, trusting strangers, and rocking socks and sandals. Photo courtesy of Beth Smith.

25 MIN2017 NOV 21
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ep_05: Camino de Santiago with Beth Smith

ep_04: Solo Travel Interrail with David Hanlon

Signe Akmenkalne speaks to David Hanlon, Welsh poet and councillor, about his time volunteering and exploring Europe with Interrail, solo travel, the importance of gap years, and clubbing in some ruins in Budapest (it’s a thing, apparently). Burano Island, Venice, Italy.Photo by David Hanlon. Click here andhere to read some of David’s poetry, or follow him on Twitter at@DavidHanlon13. For all the links, please visit our home at itchyfeetpodcast.com or follow us at@TIFGYGpodcast Let us know of any feedback, thoughts or if you think you have a story to be featured on the show by getting in touch via twitter or out Facebook page or twitter Happy listening!

43 MIN2017 SEP 19
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ep_04: Solo Travel Interrail with David Hanlon

ep_03: Trans-Siberian Railway, Mongolia & Russia with Emily Hamilton

Signe Akmenkalne talks to Emily Hamilton, a Bahrain-raised Bristol-based architect, about her Trans-Siberian Railway travels in Mongolia and Russia.

45 MIN2017 JUL 18
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ep_03: Trans-Siberian Railway, Mongolia & Russia with Emily Hamilton

ep_02: Volunteering at Dunkirk Refugee Camp with Beth Smith

June 20th marks World Refugee Day so in this episode Signe Akmenkalne talks to Beth Smith about her experience volunteering in Dunkirk refugee camp. Beth tells about her motivation, what she learned, and how anyone can help and be a part of the change for the better with actions we all can take today, from volunteering at a camp to many things you can do from home or wherever you may be. Happy listening! Photo credit: Beth Smith

36 MIN2017 JUN 29
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ep_02: Volunteering at Dunkirk Refugee Camp with Beth Smith

ep_01: ICS Volunteering in Nicaragua with Chloë Smith

This episode TIFGYG’s Signe talks to Chloë Smith about the time they both were working and living in a tiny mountain village in rural Nicaragua, Central America. During the three months they spend in Matagalpa region, they were part of a WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) project by Raleigh International, as part of theirInternational Citizen Service, a UK governmental programme that sees 18-24 year old people take part in avariety of projects in Majority world. We discuss what it was like, more about the the project and the charities we worked with, what we wish we’d known before, and, oh, that time we had an actual exorcism at the local church for Halloween. For a more detailed read on the three months there, here’s a piece written by Jake Machin, another fellow volunteer on the project. Chloëhaving a bucket-shower in Palan Bilampi, Nicaragua. CurrentlyChloë lives in Bristol, where she is a performance and dance artist and a part-time post-woman. Visit hereto find out more a...

37 MIN2017 JUN 12
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ep_01: ICS Volunteering in Nicaragua with Chloë Smith
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