Passport Podcast

Host Keith Breitbach explores the world and the people seeking new adventures. We take a global and holistic approach to discovering the tales and lessons learned along the path of life. From hostels to five-star hotels, we venture far and wide from across town to around the world we visit big cities to the smallest villages in the far corners of the planet. Every journey and encounter are important as we seek to discover travel tales that weave stories ranging from the quirky to inspirational, educational, entertaining and informative.
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Aug 28, 2016

A week ago I was passing by the Caffe Triest in San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood when I ran into my friend Franny Renoir. You may recall Fanny's insightful interview from Episode 6: The Road to Enlightenment. 

Fanny coaxed me to sit with her for a few minutes in the sun and then proceeded to turn my camera and began peppering me with questions about the Passport Podcast as well as m views on life in San Francisco.

Believe it or not, I'm usually more accustomed to asking the questions versus answering them. But in that moment, I chose to let my guard down a little to be fair to Fanny, my other interview guests, the podcast audience and even myself. What you get with this brief interview is me share ing some insight into the philosophy and purpose behind the podcast. Additionally, I share some thoughts and observations on life in San Francisco while living in the colorful and lively North Beach neighborhood.

Have you ever started out down a path towards a goal or an idea, without a real clear understanding as to why? The Passport Podcast has been one of those projects for me. I'll reveal more of the background story as time progresses, but for the moment I'll say it has been a project that continues to take on a life of its own with wonderful guests sharing their incredible stories.

So, I invite you to give this episode a listen to get additional insights on my intentions for the Podcast.

Thanks again to Fanny Renoir for asking thoughtful questions and I again invite you to check out Episode 6 and my fun interview with Fanny.

Cheers - Keith B.