Flight of Fancy podcast: What lockdown has taught us about travel

There's nothing like a little isolation to give you time to think: think about your life; think about your career; think about your relationships; think about your passions and your goals and where you currently sit with them.

For those of us who love to travel, this current hibernation has given us time to consider the pursuit we love best. What does travel mean to us in this crazy new world? What has it meant in the past, and what will it mean in the future?

Travel will probably never be the same. But is that a good thing?

On this episode of Flight of Fancy, the Traveller.com.au podcast, I'm joined by fellow Traveller writers Ute Junker and Rob McFarland (with appropriate social distancing) to get a little philosophical. We're going to pause in their isolation pods and consider what the travel experience really means to them, and the ways in which being deprived of it has changed their point of view.

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This Flight of Fancy episode is hosted by Ben Groundwater, produced by Annie Dang and mixed by Lap Phan.
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