We had the privilege to interview popular travel blogger from That Backpacker, Audrey Bergner. When she was just eighteen she started traveling seriously around the globe. Today she holds 40+ countries under her belt and continues to travel the world and document her wanderings on her site. Through her blog she documents her many travels with a tagline Food, Culture, Adventure. Keep reading below to find out more about Audrey, her experiences and where she is headed next.
Audrey in Vietnam
- Name: Audrey Bergner
- Occupation: Travel Blogger + YouTuber
- Website: theoutdoorland.com
- Facebook: That Backpacker
- Twitter: @thatbackpacker
- Instagram: @thatbackpacker
Where are you now?
How long do you stay in one place before heading to your next adventure?
What is your favorite means of transportation?
How many continents have you visited?
How many countries have you visited?
What is your favorite country to travel in and why?
What are your favorite travel app(s)?
Top five items you can’t travel without:
What inspired you to travel?
You traveled to some places with some unique cuisine. What are some of the unique foods that you have tried? Which were your favorites and which will you never try again?
What is your best travel memory?
What are some of the challenges you have faced on your travels?
What have you learned about people and yourself from your travels?
On your About page on your blog you said that you grew up traveling but started doing so seriously when you turned eighteen. Where did you go and why did you choose this place to start your travels?
I see that you have a YouTube Channel called Sam and Audrey that you manage with your husband, Nomadic Samuel. Did you start your travels with Sam or did you meet on the go?
What key tip would you give anyone wanting to travel the globe full time?
Where are you headed next?
Audrey was a great person to have interviewed. We are very grateful that she took the time out of a busy schedule to answer some of our questions. Her answers show us that determination can go far in helping us reach our goals. She made the most of every opportunity to go somewhere unique and continues to inspire us by visiting some breathtaking locations. She certainly has inspired me to plan my next trip (apparently I need to start looking into the Jordanian desert). 🙂
Let us know what you think of Audrey and all of our interviews in the comments below. Is there anyone that you would love to see interviewed here? What burning questions do you have for our would be interviewees?