Look Like a Local: Travelers Not Tourists

Look Like a Local is a travel and tourism podcast that interviews local residents to find the hidden gems that each destination has.
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Sep 16, 2015

Lola Akinmade of Slow Travel Stockholm takes us through one of the most idealic cities in all of Europe.  Lola helps us explore the hidden neighborhoods that make up this city.  We explore traditional Swedish fare like Swedish meatballs and reindeer.  We also go to the Vasa Museum where a formerly sunken warship makes up the large part of the building.  Traveling to Lapland to explore the great Northern Lights and we delve into some of the traditional festivals that we need to know about.


Sep 15, 2015

Home to Duke University, Durham has some great things in store for the traveler.  Sam Poley of the Durham Travel and Visitors Bureau shows us some great BBQ sports, the world's second largest group of lemurs, and the World Beer Fest.  If you're into it.  Durham has it!



Sep 10, 2015

In this episode Andrea Mensink of the Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau shares the secrets of these great destination.  Come and chow down on stuffed chicken wings with Too Fat to Fly.  Wonder at a 100 year old tortoise at the zoo who just had her first two batches of little turtles.  Andrea also takes time to explain South Carolina's fascination with bow ties and why you gotta look good when you step out in Columbia.

Sep 9, 2015

In this episode we head on over to Columbia SC.  The capital city of South Carolina has been overshadowed by other destinations in this great state, but no more.  Columbia is coming into it's own and wants you to know that there is a lot to explore in this travel destination.  Brian Cole of Columbia Food Tours leads us through Columbia's streets and shows us the great zoo that Columbia has and it's penchant for the delicous boiled peanut.  

Sep 4, 2015

In this episode we visit Winston Salem.  Home of Krispy Kreme Donuts, the father of the Empire State Building, and great southern cooking it's the place to be.  Jeff Smith of takes us through his life time home.  Winston Salem has contributed so much to the American fabric.  Listen to this episode and get ready to be amazed at what Winston Salem has to offer.



Sep 2, 2015

Part 2 of our conversation with the Global Goulets.  This episode focuses on their current travels from New York City to Argentina.  We discuss why they made the choice to travel through Mexico and visit the "Murder Capital of the World" in Honduras.  They continue to provide valuable insight on the world of travel.

Sep 1, 2015

In this episode the guys from the Global Goulets discuss how they turned their travel dreams into a reality.  What made three guys with steady jobs in New York City give it all up to pursue a travel dream from London to Mongolia?  In this episode we discuss overcoming the obstacles and getting out there and help you pursue your own travel goals.  Visit them at