After his first Backpacking trips Greg became a tour guide in South America for 2 years and won the competition for Australias Best Job in the world soon after. In this episode Greg also talks about his backpacking trip through Eastern Africa.
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MY CAMERA EQUIPMENT
▸ Cam1:Sony A7 II
▸ Cam2: Sony NEX 5
▸ Cam3: GoPro
▸ Drone: Phantom 3 Pro
▸ Drone Backpack: Manfrotto D1
▸ Amazon Tripod
▸ Joby Gorillapod
▸ Audio Recorder: Zoom H2n
▸ SDHC Memory Card
▸ Waterproof Memory Card Case
▸ Backpack Osprey Farpoint 40
Greg started his travels at a very early age and was fortunate enough to be able to go abroad before he had to decide what to study. This led towards a career in the travel industry starting with his first job at G Adventures, an adventure tour compony based in his hometown.
From working in the office he made the next step and eventually became a tour leader for big trips in the southern cone region of South America. After 2 years on the job he wanted more and applied in Australia’s competition for the „Best Job in the World“ and landed the gig as the wildlife caretaker competing with 40,000 aplicants.
Today Greg works as professional photographer and videographer around the globe – make sure to subscribe to his channel for more:
This video is part of „A Life of Travel“ – a documentary series introducing you to several jobs & career paths which enable you to combine travel and work. In this series I interviewed world travelers from all around the world with different professions who give you tips and advice on how you can get started traveling but also name their favorite travel destinations. I hope you like it!
This particular video was filmed in Valencia when we were shooting the Costa Blanca Series. Thanks Greg & Nellie for the hospitality!
MY TRAVEL EQUIPMENT
▸ packing list
▸ Online Language Course
MY HOTEL & HOSTEL RECOMMENDATIONS
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(„The warmth of the sun on her skin“ by Peter Sandberg)