Around the World Without a Plane Pt. 1

Facing a date with the United Nations, Filip Filipi uses cargo ships, rental cars and railroads to make his way from western Canada to Istanbul without a plane. Along the way, he crosses North America…

Hostage in the Amazon

Spears, arrows and guns surround Pedro’s t.v. crew as they find themselves counted among unwelcome visitors to a protest in the Amazon. There, the seasoned journalist is faced with a critical negotiation to save his…

Robbed on the Trans-Siberian Railroad

Fake police and an international shakedown follow travel journalist Eric Trinidad on a trip across Russia. Erik talks about his experience, the 1980s bad guys lurking for him on the railroad and the secret life…

Hitchhiking in Portugal

Jordan comes face-to-face with death in a violent California car crash. The incident changes his life and sets him on the backpacker’s path, ultimately leading him to the Portuguese hamlet of Sagres—a top destination for…

Trouble in Tanzania

Steve confronts burglars, breakdowns and crocodiles on a road trip across East Africa. And when he finds himself stranded at a remote border outpost, events take a turn. Confronted with the choice between his own…

Anthropology in Mexico

Anthropologist Jordan Rydman takes us on a tour of Guanajuato, a historic state near the geographical center of Mexico. From her vantage point in San Miguel de Allende, she explores gentrification, poverty and the complex…

Diving the Titanic

Kim joins a first-of-its-kind expedition to the Titanic, where an experimental deep sea submersible that could take more travelers to the world’s most famous shipwreck is put to the test. Along the way, she grapples…

Paragliding Normandy

Jessica gets too close to history when her father decides to paraglide over the beaches of Normandy.  Guest: Jessica Benson Host: Joe Sills Connect with the show: Get Lost Podcast

Skydiving South Africa

Natalie leaps out of an airplane above the Africa Burn festival. Along the way, she takes us on a cruise through Cape Town and remembers a film project that changed her perspective on South Africa…