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S 2 Ep 9 | Travel and Creativity | Dana Roberts – Wild We Roam

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In today’s episode, we’ll be talking to Dana from the YouTube channel Wild We Roam and discussing how creativity and travel are connected as well as learning about her inspiring travel story. If you don’t know Dana and the Wild We Roam Youtube channel, you absolutely need to check them out, and if you don’t believe me, then I am prepared to bet good money that at the end of this episode you’ll be subscribing to her and her husband’s YouTube channel.

About Dana from Wild We Roam

They create such beautiful content on their YouTube channel. I first discovered them a couple of years ago when they were traveling around Europe in their 40-year-old self-converted van they called Ody. I was an immediate fan from the start. Dana and Lou are so positive, kind and they create quality that is so beautifully filmed and edited. It struck me as much more than a regular travel vlog and they try such lovely ideas out such as filming travel journals, challenges, what I eat in a day and so much more. Since we recorded this episode, Dana and Lou have had their boat for many months now. They have shown us the process of how they bought a boat, learning to sail, upgrades they are making to the boat as well.


Learn more about what we talk about

Some pics from our snowshoeing

Our favourite videos from Wild We Roam

Mount Fuji and cherry blossoms Text: Learn about our vegan tours to Japan

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

Other World Vegan Travel content connected with this episode

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This trip is still in the planning stage, but you can expect:

Scheduled for September 2025
100% vegan local French cuisine
stay in a château!
Visit castles and medieval villages
17,000 year-old prehistoric cave art
Visit & tasting at a Loire winery

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