Writer, traveler, meddler Joe Baur chats with creative types ranging from writers and musicians to craft brewers and journalists about the travels that have helped define their lives in this travel podcast.
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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.
Where Do I Belong? A European Finds Her Family In Indonesia
Belgian writer Alex Jordao didn't feel like she belonged growing up in Brussels. She had a Portuguese last name and didn't look like the other kids because of her Indonesian father. Finally, an opportunity came to learn more about her ancestry and to meet her long-lost grandmother for the first time when she traveled to Indonesia with her father. Oh, and she had some half-siblings out there, too, that she didn't learn about until just before the trip. Alex shares her Indonesia travel story, meeting her grandmother, her siblings, and finally making sense of where she comes from.
"Papalotes" Los Waldners
"Rite of Passage" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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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 footsteps.
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Inspiring stories galore!
Fascinating, inspiring and interesting interviews with travelers and dream chasers. Joe's interviews on a variety of topics with people following their bliss will surely inspire you to do the same!
Perfect podcast for travel junkies!
Love these interviews and all the stories Joe explores! If you love travel (even just a little bit), you must give it a listen.
Great questions and unique perspective
I had the pleasure to be the featured guest on one Joe Baur's podcast. Really appreciate the thoughtful questions and extensive knowledge he has as a traveler. Now it's time for me to go listen his other podcast so I can broaden my knowledge of travel and global culture.