Here it is, a bit delayed but it's our second episode of 2018. In this episode Jeremy and I discuss the places on our bucket list. These are the places that if money and time were no hindrance we would love to visit.
It's our twelfth episode of You Say Toma(h)to! We're very sorry about the delay in releasing this episode, between travel commitments, working, and the holiday rush, we needed a bit of extra time to produce this month's tomato. This month Jeremy and I discuss our Christmas traditions and how they reflect or diverge from our wider … Continue reading Episode 01.12 – Winter Wonderland – 12 December 2017
Wow! We've done nine episodes of You Say Toma(h)to! Thank you so much for joining us. This month Jeremy and I discuss languages and more specifically what our experiences have been learning languages and travelling to countries where we don't really speak the lingo. This episode features a very inspiring interview with my friend Annabell. She … Continue reading Episode 01.09 – Dices Tomate – 5 September 2017
Jeremy and I talked for the better part of two months about how we could possibly deal with all that is going on in the world on our little travel podcast. The political situations in both our countries made it impossible to ignore and the escalation of events meant we would have to find a way to talk about fast-developing events in a way that a monthly podcast could handle. There was another thing to consider. We didn't just want to be two more shouting people on the internet. We wanted to approach everything in a way which would fit with our podcast and would add something to the discussion. I think we just about managed that.
Dearest Reader, I have thought very long and very hard about whether or not to address recent events in both the US and UK. I’ve been wrestling with the best way to broach the subject, should I write a blog post or should I do a segment on the podcast? How can I ensure what … Continue reading Resistance is Fruitful
The continuation of Jeremy's adventures in America includes a visit to the City of Brotherly Love, a trip to the movie theatre (what he charmingly refers to as "the cinema"), and some gorgeous views of Longwood Gardens.
Many of my readers might remember Jeremy from my days as a student in Durham. Well, he's still in the picture and as a matter of fact, he went all the way to America with me to visit my friends and family for Thanksgiving. While he was travelling he kept a diary of what we did and some of his thoughts about my native country. What follows in this and the next blog post is an edited version of his travel diary (edited mainly for length as Jeremy is quite the writer).