Episode 86 comes to you from sunny Andalucia, Spain. Today we’re sharing one of the scariest moments in our travels and how it feels looking back now. Gather round the fire, my friend!
After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.” ~ Philip Pullman
For the last several years we have been collecting stories from our adventures around the world together. As we talked about on last week’s show we are getting better at saving them for later. From spending 5+ weeks crossing the Atlantic to bribing a border guard there are a wealth of stories to choose from.
In today’s show we’re sharing one of these stories with you. Plus, you’ll learn which of us loves to tell stories and who is simply humoring the other after having heard them again and again.
In addition, we’re sharing the first chapter of the upcoming audio edition of Married with Luggage. We’ve been quietly recording the book here in our studio and excited to share the first preview here to all our podcast listeners.
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Today’s show is sponsored by Trusted Housesitters. Thanks to them we’re broadcasting today from a beautiful 300-year-old farmhouse in Portugal, where we’ve been staying for over a month. Find out how more about housesitting at MarriedwithLuggage.com/trustedhousesitters. When you register, use the promo code “married” for a 25% discount on membership.
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On next week’s show, we’re talking about…death. Don’t worry, we made it off the cliff safe and sound. Our topic is about being mortal, the one experience we all share, and how thinking & talking with your partner about your death will improve your life. It’s gonna be a great conversation, so stay tuned.
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