Whilst Covid19 has the world in its firm grip, we decided to grant our readers their wishes... to meet some of the authors behind their favourite travel stories. The timing was perfect as we had spent February with "Brownbush" a production company, interviewing the contributors who happened to be in Johannesburg during that month.
The first episode debuted in March: "Those Who Travel Meet Themselves" finally had a YouTube channel. I have to admit that I thought creating content for the channel would be a slow process but the universe had its own plans in mind. Within a few weeks after launching South Africa was on lockdown, a whole month of being homebound!
I found myself soaking in tutorials on youtube about things like importance of catchy titles ( essentially how tabloids were born) Thumbnails, Youtube studio trying to learn all I could learn about conducting skype interviews.
Three weeks into the lockdown, I have some really Amazing interviews, people have been so kind and willing to chat to me. Thank you for honouring me with your time. From Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Century City in Cape Town I have connected with so many people that I feel a 3rd edition of the book is in the making.
Now I have only one request to all of you: please show us some love by subscribing to the channel and comment if you like the interviews. Without your feedback I could be missing the mark. Together we are building a narrative around the lessons learnt through travel.
We are self-funded and therefore the videos we produce with Brownbush are funded from book sales and donations. If you would like to donate we have Paypal so you can donate to us from anywhere in the world just title it "make more content".