126-Catching up with Tangles and Tail: September 2019

Show notes

In this episode we catch up with Lucy Barnard from Tangles and Tail who is walking the length of the world from the bottom of South America to the top of North America. This 30,000 km journey will take her around 5-6 years to complete. It’s been over four months since we last talked with Lucy and we catch up with her in San Ignacio, Peru where she has a two day journey before she leaves Peru and enters Ecuador.

Podcast overview

In this episode we catch up with adventurer Lucy Barnard from Tangles and Tail and discuss how her trip has gone since we first talked in May 2019:

  • Traveling companions
  • Visas
  • Gear
  • Physical and mental health
  • Where to next?
  • Childhood tantrums (Wombat not Lucy)

In our next episode, episode 127, we discuss dehydrated food, how to go about creating it, and talk about some simple options.

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Cover Photo

The cover photo for this podcast episode was taken by freelance photographer and film maker Danyal Taylor

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