Jamie Laing - Long Haul

Today's guest is one who is sure to put you in a good mood. His infectious enthusiasm most recently led him to the Strictly Come Dancing final. He’s a chart-topping podcaster himself, and the star of the reality TV show Made in Chelsea. And he’s a businessman, the founder of the sweetie empire Candy Kittens. It is of course, Jamie Laing. With a father who runs a travel agent, and family all around the world, it’s no wonder that Jamie has an insatiable appetite for travel. So much so that this is a long haul, feature length episode. 

So from Peru to Japan, and Turkey to Turks & Caicos, let’s hear Jamie's travel diaries. 


Destination Recap:


  • Turks & Caicos
  • Turkey
  • New York, USA
  • Dylan’s Candy Bar, New York, USA
  • South America travelling - Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina 
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina 
  • Cape Town, South Africa 
  • Japan
  • Six Senses Laamu, Maldives 
  • Paraty (?) Northern Peru
  • Biarritz, France 
  • Notting Hill, London, England
  • Isle of Mull, Scotland 
  • Eilat, Israel 
  • Tel Aviv, Israel 
  • The Grand Canyon, USA
  • New Zealand


Jamie's podcast Private Parts is available wherever you get your podcasts.

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Today’s episode was recorded during the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown. It was produced by Holly Rubenstein.


 

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