Riding out of Taipei, we head south to a small wood milling town called Sanyi.  The smells of wood and manual labor fill the air, and gives the whole area a natural feeling.  We decided to stay a couple nights here, at a unique hostel called So Art.  So Art is only 3 months old, and we sat down with the owner to get his perspectives on travel, life in Taiwan, betel nut and a few things in between.

This was our first time experimenting with a three person podcast.  Other than the air conditioner in the background, I think it came out pretty good!

Podcast Links:

So Art Hostel: https://www.facebook.com/soartguesthouse

The JaYoe Nation Podcast follows Matt and Ryan as we make our way from China all the way to USA on the seat of our recumbent trikes. This podcast gives you a chance to see the in’s and out’s of what goes into traveling around the world. Learn about the places, people, and cultures as well as the gear and personal journey’s that take place during a tour like this.

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Born in Detroit. The son of a hard working innovator and a selfless homemaker. Raised to dream. Bred to believe we are put on this earth to make a difference. Left home at 19. Moved to Las Vegas at 25. Moved to China at 30. Began to Journey at 35. More to come.

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