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Podcast #2 is Live!

Podcast #2 is Live!

Welcome to Podcast #2!

Only 1 week ago, we filmed and posted our first podcast. There were a couple of technical issues (to be expected) and we had equipment for two people (in this case Josh and Parker) to take part in it. On top of that, a few members of the team were out of the country. Well, THIS time, we've sorted out a few more of the bugs, and our team has all returned from various trips around the world (Japan, Tonga, Garibaldi). So we relocated to a bigger space and set up seating for four people at once.

Today's podcast includes the following members of High On Life:

Parker, Kenzo, Justis & Josh

A lot of the discussion was based upon recent travels:

  • Josh returning from a visit to Japan
  • Kenzo returning from a diving trip with whales in Tonga
  • Justis and Parker returning from an overnight hike in Garibaldi Park.

We touch upon some differences between SOLO TRAVEL vs GROUP TRAVEL. Some pros and cons of each, which one is right for you, and how many people is the most effective in creating the content you want to.

We managed to save a little time in the end to answer some questions from our viewers. Moving forward, we plan to allow more time to answer viewer questions, but we ran a bit longer than expected. Eventually, we will be streaming our podcasts live, in which you can write in to us DURING the live stream. 

For now, however, we will post a story on Instagram requesting questions to answer for the upcoming podcast, and we encourage viewers to leave topics and questions in the comment section of the YouTube post.

 Give us some feedback and let us know how we're doing, and what you'd like to see in the future!