The backpacks of a traveler (C) Avistu
What do New Zealand and Bangladesh have in common? Probably that is what the Onda CRO listeners asked on Wednesday (the CRO issue comes from “Chief Reputation Officer”) when they heard me cite them as the two countries that have impacted me the most.
It is not the first time that Viajablog interviews the media (they are already more than 25 interviews and mentions on television, press and radio) and this week it was my turn to talk about travel, experiences and advice.
In the Traveling Wave section I talked for a little more than ten minutes about everything that occurred to me to ask myself and I had time, of course, to make a mistake and call the "Muslim" majority of Bangladesh "Arabs." Live stuff, what the professionals say, things about the nerves that I say.
I don't give you more clues than what happened during the interview. If today, with all of Spain as a bridge, you want to hear me talk a little about China, Thailand, Bangladesh, New Zealand, travel advice and my two most important recommendations for those who leave home for another country, click on the image and you can access the podcast of Wednesday's program:
Viajablog interview on Onda Cro