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The Well-Travelled Podcast Bonus Episode: A Postcard from the Côte d’Argent in south-west France

A special bonus episode of The Well-Travelled Podcast is now live! Series 1 of my podcast finished in July after 10 episodes, but I will also record one-off bonus episodes from my travels as and when I’m away, reminiscent of the postcards that originally inspired this blog and its name. This bonus episode comes live from my trip to the Côte d’Argent in south-west France – my first trip abroad since the pandemic began.

It’s a postcard of the place, offering a flavour of the Atlantic coastline, the markets and cuisine of the area; the history of why I’ve been visiting it since I was little; and how I’m spending this trip (including my tips for studying French and for a digital detox). These snippets from my trip will transport you to the little-known but well-kept secret of Europe’s longest beach, with its sand dunes overlooking surf-perfect waves, and its cycle trails through remote pine forests, a stone’s throw from the vineyards of Bordeaux. 

Listen here on Spotify or on Apple Podcasts

Have a listen to the episode on whichever platform you’re using (Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsBreakerPocket CastsRadioPublic, Overcast, Anchor) and please do rate and review. For a visual flavour to accompany the post, you can take a look at the photos from a previous trip in this post:

Happy listening and as ever, let me know what you think in the comments below or message me on Instagram or Twitter!


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