I’m thrilled to have Lucy Sheref from wanderluce.com as my very first guest on The Travelust, as I’ve been reading her incredible travel tips and packing guides for years. On this opening episode of the podcast, we chat all about how being a baby expat changed her perspective on travel and how going long haul is in her blood.

Lucy tell us about how a perfect storm of life experiences led her to get packing and on the road and how everyone should visit the Middle East at least once. There are so many tips about visiting the Middle East in today’s episode, so if you have been worried about dipping your toes in to this area of the world, this is the episode for you. Lucy spent a long time living in Thailand too, so if you’ve ever thought about long term travel, we’ve got you covered.

Finally, we reflect on what travel might be like now she’s the mum of gorgeous little Anais, and Anais even makes a guest appearance on the show too!

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