Travel Talk is a weekly YouTube hosted live show where award-winning travel writer and founder of Go Eat Give, Sucheta Rawal addresses important topics in travel and responds to audience questions. Fans and travel enthusiasts from all over the world are invited to ask questions about travel blogging, building a business from travel, responsible traveling and more.

Go LIVE on YouTube every Wednesday at 1pm ET and join the Travel Talk with Sucheta.

If you can’t make it live, but would like Sucheta to answer your question or have ideas for topics she should cover, leave a comment below…


Ep 1: How to start travel blogging? Are you dreaming of quitting your job and traveling the world? Before you turn in your resignation, chat with Sucheta to learn about the basics of travel blogging and how to stand out from the crowd. Watch Here

Ep 2: Saving money, not experiences. How can you travel more with less money whether or not you are a travel professional. Sucheta shares how she’s managed to visit 80+ countries for almost free! Watch Here

Ep 3: Traveling for Instagram vs. the experience. Don’t die taking a selfie and leave all your fans hanging! Here’s how to stay sane while traveling in the world of digital and social media. Watch Here

Ep 4: Traveling for food and food blogging. When you land at a new place, do you first look for where to try the local cuisine? If you call yourself a foodie, want to learn about finding the most authentic food experiences or are interested in learning about food blogging, don’t miss this episode. Watch Here

Ep 5: Myths and Truth about Volunteer Vacations. Why do you have to pay to volunteer or time and effort? Learn about the ins and outs of volunteer vacationing and find out what destinations are hot for 2019. Watch Here

Ep 6: Finding People & Making Friends. How to connect with locals anywhere in the world? Discover ways to finding people in cities where you don’t know anyone who can be your hosts, guides or even lifelong friends! Watch Here

Ep 7: Best Places to Go in 2019. Most travel magazines and website have released their top destinations, countries of the year and must places to visit in 2019 by now. Find out which ones you really ought to visit, when and why. Watch Here

Ep 8: Press Trips. What are press trips and how can you get on them? Let’s also talk about press trip expectations, etiquettes and what a sample itinerary may look like.Watch Here

Ep 9: Life in the day of a Travel Blogger. You have seen travel blogger post pictures of the exotic places they are at and all the delicious food they are eating. Here you can get a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes. Watch Here

Ep 10: Traveling Solo vs in a Group. Have you considered traveling alone but are nervous doing so? Do you want to travel more but don’t have anyone to go with? Or perhaps you enjoy meeting people and would like to find more ways to travel with groups? Watch Here

Ep 11: How to write your first book. If you are dreaming of becoming an author, it may be easier than you think. Learn how to get started with your writing, finding a publisher and in get your first book in print. I am releasing my 5th book in summer 2019! Watch on YouTube.

Ep 12: How to transition from a corporate job to being an entrepreneur. I left investment banking to becoming a FT travel writer & non profit executive. Want to know how I did it? If you are looking to leave your comfortable corporate career to start something of your own, you need to watch this on YouTube.

Ep 13: Finding your passion & turning it into a career. I speak on this topic to students & those looking for career transitions. You don’t always need to be stuck in a job you don’t like. Do what you are truly passionate about by following my simple ideas. Watch here.

Coming Up:

Ep 14: Communicating in foreign countries when you don’t know the local language. Are you nervous about going to places where you won’t be able to read the street signs, menus or train schedules? Let’s explore how to overcome language barriers. 

Ep 15: How to be a socially conscious traveler. Here are some easy things you can incorporate into tour trips to help the environment, society and culture when traveling. 

Ep 16: The world’s cheapest destination. Want to know where you can stretch a buck and have a great time? Get my international budget friendly travel recommendations and start planning your next trip. 

No more live shows are currently scheduled. If you have an idea for a topic you would like Sucheta to cover, leave it in the comments section below…

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