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Writer, traveler, meddler Joe Baur chats with creative types, adventurers and the occasional hope for humanity about the travels that have helped define their lives in this weekly travel podcast.

Writer, traveler, meddler Joe Baur chats with creative types, adventurers and the occasional hope for humanity about the travels that have helped define their lives in this weekly travel podcast.
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Writer, traveler, meddler Joe Baur chats with creative types, adventurers and the occasional hope for humanity about the travels that have helped define their lives in this weekly travel podcast.






Welsh Travel Writer Pip Jones Sips Cocktails on the Rooftops of Palestine

Pip Jones has been traveling and writing for the past 10 years in hopes of recreating a Carrie Bradshaw-esque fantasy of sipping wine and tapping away on her laptop. She joins Without A Path in Düsseldorf by way of Wales to talk about Welsh culture, drinking cocktails on a rooftop in Palestine, and how a childhood admiration of Pip Longstocking started it all.


Courtney Tenz is Owning "AmiImmi" in Germany

Courtney Tenz is a freelance writer and translator based in nearby Cologne, Germany. We met up a few weeks ago in park outside of the K21 art museum in Düsseldorf and talked about everything from being an American immigrant in Germany to how you can tell an American from a European by the way they dress.


Life as a Forever Immigrant and Classical Guitar in Germany with Arturo Castro Nogueras

Arturo Castro Nogueras has been an immigrant for most of his life. Born in Mexico, his family moved to Puerto Rico where he continued his exploration of music and his familial roots in Cuba. As he progressed with classical guitar, he moved to Düsseldorf, Germany to study in the heart of classical music, blending his favorite influences from Latin America with his new surroundings in Europe.


Peace Corps Volunteer Judson Moore Shares His Kyrgyzstan Travel Tips

Judson Moore knew he wanted to make the world better place at an admirably young age. After backpacking around Brazil between high school and college, he finally started to get a sense of how he could contribute. This eventually led him to the Peace Corps and serving in the Central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan. Judson joins Without A Path to share on-the-ground stories, from the horrific experience of watching a goat sacrifice to his own Kyrgyzstan travel tips so you can follow in his...


Katie Quinn Keeps it Quirky with Travel and Food

Katie Quinn knows her food. For over three years, she's been uploading a new video every week showcasing different recipes she's learned -- from her grandmother in smalltown Ohio to her training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. Ironically, her now successful career in food journalism all started with a bit of chance and what appeared to be bad luck.


The Most Adventurous Women In History With Ailsa Ross

Women don't get the credit they deserve in the history of exploration, but writer Ailsa Ross(www.ailsaross.com)is trying to change that by bringing attention to some of the most adventurous female travelers throughout history.


Johnny Jet Turns a Fear of Flying into a Travel Career

If you've been involved in the travel world, chances are you know who Johnny Jet is. You probably didn't know he used to have a fear of flying. Johnny Jet joins Without A Path to share how he conquered his fear of flying, helped his friend's father beat it, too, and how he became one of the world's original travel bloggers.


Kaila Yu Talks Beauty Blogging And Travels On Tour

Rocker Kaila Yu from Nylon Pink does a little bit of everything. She's gone on tour, performing at anime convention centers from the United States to Costa Rica and knows a thing or two about the K-Pop scene. Now she's transitioning to travel blogging with a focus on beauty and the history of that industry in various countries.


Amanda Kendle Talks Travels in Japan and Australia

Amanda Kendle of Not A Ballerina is back to talk about her recent travels through Japan and western Australia. Joe and Amanda talk language, food, high-speed trains and why you can't miss the Robot Restaurant show in Tokyo. Then in Australia, Amanda talks about what it's like flying in a microlight aircraft before giving insight into how she does her own podcast, The Thoughtful Travel Podcast.


Elizabeth Becker, Author Of Overbooked, Talks Tourism And Its Impact

Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked: The Exploding Business of Travel and Tourism, joins Without A Path to talk about the industry's impact around the world, from lessons to follow in Bordeaux, France to overcrowded destinations like Venice that could learn a thing or two from the French. She also discusses environmental concerns that come out of the tourism industry, namely the large carbon footprint left by the cruise industry culprits, such as Royal Caribbean International. Finally,...


All you need to know about river cruises with Fran Golden

Fran Golden is a well-known American cruise writer with a new book out, Frommer's EasyGuide to River Cruising. She shares with Joe some of her favorite cruising experiences and her thoughts on a much-talked about topic on Without A Path, traveling despite terrorism. But first, they talk about the Cleveland Cavaliers ending the city's 52-year championship drought. It might not be travel-related, but one can understand the need to express excitement over living in a championship city.


Thailand's Tiger Temple tragedy and safe summer travel

Thailand's Tiger Temple tragedy shows how tourism can be horribly wrong right on the heels of the Harambe silverback gorilla incident at the Cincinnati Zoo. Joe and Laura discuss these issues among other travel news before turning to perceived danger versus realistic safety in summer travel.


Why Jordan is the destination to visit in the Middle East

Some North Americans might think travel to the Middle East is dangerous, but Jordan is an obvious exception to that rule. On this episode of Without A Path, Joe recounts his trip to Jordan with Laura. But first, they review the latest travel news, including how travel has changed from one generation to the next and travel bloggers flocking to Minnesota for TBEX.


What You Need To Know About Travel Photography And Instagram

Instagram and social media as a whole have changed the way we create and even think about travel photography. This week, Laura and Joe share everything you need to know about travel photography in the age of Instagram.


How to prepare for travel from languages to packing

Getting ready for a trip can be a stressful exercise. This week, Laura and Joe chat about how to prepare for travel from language learning to packing your suitcase just right.