Podcast #014: Travelling in West Africa (Part Two)

My purple-painted toes laid on the open page of my passport, wherein is stuck my visa for Ghana - a white slice of paper with all manner of interesting details printed upon it.

Welcome to Episode 14 of my “Travel Tales From Beyond The Brochure” podcast.

I’m still a bit behind, but only one episode in arrears now, so hopefully I should be back on track shortly.

This is the second in the two-part pod on West Africa – the first part was my previously-published episode which, in real time, was issued a week ago. Whereas that episode looked at my experiences in the region, this episode is given over to contributions by a few of my Twitter friends, where they give their experiences of travelling – and they have very different experiences to me, in some different countries. I’m still awaiting one further contribution which, if and when I get it, will be added in and the pod republished accordingly.

So, in the pod, I talk about:
* Whether or not my my theme tune is too long
* Introduction to Parkrun
* A week late, but finally managing to do a Parkrun (at Sheffield Castle)
* Being interviewed on BBC Radio Sheffield
* Musing on the relative popularity of my podcast
Then the rest of the pod is given over to my contributors

You can listen via the feed above, or via Spotify, or on your podcast app of choice 🙂 Let me know if it isn’t, by the way, and I’ll see what I can do.

As always, if you have anything to say about the topic, or indeed about my podcasting in general, leave a comment or let me know. There is a Facebook group for my podcast that you’re free to join: Click here!

Contributions in this podcast came from:
* Melanie at ‘Postcards and Places’
* David from ‘Plane Ticket Away’, and
* Dale from ‘Wandering North’

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