Nomadic life makes Matt Kepnes a hostel witness

Longtime blogger, entreprenuer and author Matt Kepnes talks about what life on the road for a decade is really like, missing a flight because of a hangover, why Paris is great for the deadly sin of gluttony, and a failed attempt to sleep through an orgy in Prague. (Episode contains adult language and content.)

Guest bio: Matt Kepnes is the New York Times best-selling author of “How to Travel the World on $50 a Day,” and founder of the blog and travel resource. Most recently, he is author of the new book “Ten Years a Nomad: A Traveler’s Journey Home.” Growing up in Boston, he was never “a big traveler” until he was 23 and took his first overseas trip to Costa Rica. From that trip he was “hooked on travel.” Since then, he’s traveled to close to 100 countries and territories, flown hundreds of thousands of miles, and learned multiple languages. Follow him as @NomadicMatt on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

Host: Spud Hilton (@spudhilton)

Location: Matt’s room, JW Marriott, San Francisco.Theme music: “Camelboots,” by 84 Rooms (1982)