Episode 7

Published on:

7th May 2020

Kangaroos can't walk backwards

The second installment of the Gone Workabout life during lockdown series, with Travel Agent, ethical traveller and very Australian Cass Newbold of Melbourne. We cover a lot in this conversation but focus on what life has been like during the pandemic and importantly, why the highest rates of infection have been in 20-29 year old men.

Topics include:

Ethical travel, Covid-19, Elephant riding (and why not to do it), life after lockdown, Veganism, Eating Kangaroos, The travel industy and sunny Melbourne.

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About the Podcast

Gone Workabout
People that move talk about the things that matter most
People that move talk about the things that matter most with host Oliver Happy. They each share their journey and talk about the things that matter most.

Originally from Aotearoa (New Zealand), Oliver has lived overseas for 17 years and counting, including a decade in Australia. Now based in the UK, the experience of moving and an interest in diverse walks of life form running themes.

Topics include: Travel, moving country for work, work-life balance, health and wellbeing, mindfulness, meditation, barefoot running, starting a business, ethical living, life during lockdown and why Kangaroos can't walk backwards.
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