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Tips for Travellers

By Gary Bembridge. Travel and Cruise Writer, Podcaster & Video Maker

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Description

The Travel and Cruise Podcast with Gary Bembridge, travel writer, podcaster, video maker and blogger. Inspiration, tips, tricks and advice on finding and having amazing travel experience on both land and at sea. Drawing on first-hand experiences of travelling every month of every year for over 25 years. Visit the site at www.tipsfortravellers.com for the links to sign up for the newsletter, join the Facebook group and follow Gary Bembridge on Twitter.

Customer Reviews

Predictable & Unimaginative Tips for the Unadventurous Traveller

Tips for Travellers does not give the listener much more than he/she knew about the destination prior to listening to the podcast. To be certain it wasn't just one episode, I listened to a few, including destinations I am familiar with. Yep, the recommendations are not creative nor off-the-beaten track. The narrator detracts any interest from the destination. He also fumbles the names of attractions and gives the most basic, unrefreshing descriptions. Thumbs down for this one.

Enjoy listening to these

I really like these podcasts & wish Mr. Bembridge would release some new ones. UPDATED - Thanks for the new podcasts! Great to have you back!!

Informative and enjoyable

For my money, this is the best travel podcast online. Why? First, other travel shows usually consist of multiple commentators who climb all over each other trying to be funny and cute. The fact that Bembridge offers his info solo, earnestly, without fluff, fanfare, or silliness is a big plus.
Second, the portraits he paints of travel spots are vivid and interesting even if I have no plans to partake of those places: I suspect that I will never go to Mauritius, ride a train in South Africa, or go on a Cunard cruise, but his enjoyment of these experiences is infectious and fun to hear about.
Third, the historical background that he offers about the travel sites provides welcome context to places like Victoria Falls, Shanghai, and Barbados.
Finally, his voice with the Brit (actually Zimbabwean?) accent is quite soothing and can lull one to sleep--in a good way!
I look forward to each podcast--the longer and more detailed the better...