Indie Travel Podcast Wins Lonely Planet Award

Mar 27th, 2009 | By | Category: Podcast Quickies, Podcasting

World travel publishing house Lonely Planet recently announced the winners of their 2009 Lonely Planet Travel Blog Awards contest. The winner of the sole podcast award in the bunch is the Indie Travel Podcast.

Indie Travel Podcast is the brainchild of Craig and Linda Martin, a husband-and-wife team of traveling podcasters. Craig Martin’s profile explains,

“podcaster and writer Craig Martin has been living on the road since leaving Auckland, New Zealand in February 2006. With a degree in Media Studies and English plus a penchant for Coleridge, he’s currently saving in Australia. Craig podcasts at the Indie Travel Podcast and regularly blogs at Our Crazy Travels along with his wife Linda.”

Episode topics range from tips for eliminating the middle-man in your travel planning, to location-specific travel profiles (as varied as Miami, Florida, and Vilnius, Lithuania), to travel technology (iPhone travel apps). There is even a great series of articles on how to create your own travel podcast. Written articles and podcasts stress the importance of traveling practically, economically, and with a minimal negative ecological impact wherever you happen to go.

Listeners can subscribe to Indie Travel Podcast via iTunes, or using the RSS feed found here.

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