December 8, 2020

Julian Carnall tells us about Tuk Tuk Adventures in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and Italy [EP 250]

During the days, you’ll have set checkpoints to reach and challenges to complete, and it’s up to you and your teammates to come up with the best way to get stuff done. During the evenings, you’ll be toasting your success and swapping the day’s…
Rick Saez
Rick Saez
Julian Carnall tells us about Tuk Tuk Adventures in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and Italy [EP 250]
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Show Notes

Rick Saez
Rick Saez
Julian Carnall tells us about Tuk Tuk Adventures in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, and Italy [EP 250]
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During the days, you’ll have set checkpoints to reach and challenges to complete, and it’s up to you and your teammates to come up with the best way to get stuff done. During the evenings, you’ll be toasting your success and swapping the day’s stories with your fellow adventurers from all over the globe.” And boy, will there be stories.   Facebook Twitter Instagram   The Outdoor Biz Podcast  

Show Notes

Large Minority exists to provide you with the best gosh-darned adventure holidays in the world! From driving tuk-tuks across Sri Lanka and Cambodia to sailing in the Philippines and exploring the Amazon Rainforest, we make the surreal, real. We’ve put in the hard work and organized most things for you. All you have to do is turn up and enjoy the adventure. Checking a map every now and then is encouraged, but ultimately optional.

Large Minority

Tuk Tuk

Cambodia

Sri Lanka

Thailand

Italy

Piaggio Ape

Advice

I guess a couple of things, for me, it’s gotta be passion over cash, if you can It sounds very idealistic, but I think that really if you’re going to make something work, the passion has got to be there. And you’ve gotta be not put off by not immediately making a bunch of cash because then you’ve just got to be realistic early on. And then the second one is really kind of researching. And I say this because I do it. Really researching what you want to do and, and making sure a hundred percent that you’ve almost got something or you’re going to do something that’s a little bit different because there’s a lot of really great people out there in the space and they do amazing stuff. They might’ve already done something and you can maybe collaborate without having to do it yourself.

Favorite piece of gear under $100

It’s a cool little question. I think mine, it’s a fairly boring response, but my Leatherman. My uncle was a pilot and going back to like growing up in Kenya at boarding school, we were a bunch of seven-year-olds running around with either a Swiss army knife or Leatherman. It was part of our school uniform at the time. So we always had it.

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