international

June 15, 2017

Traveling To Japan? Here’s What You Need To Pack

Originally published at Tortuga Backpacks I’m on day four or five of my hike along the historic Nakasendo Way with Walk Japan when we take a […]
June 8, 2017

The Lodge & Spa at Pico Bonito

Originally published in Global Traveler Magazine. International headlines have rarely been kind to Honduras. There’s simply no getting around it. What people forget is that news […]
April 3, 2017
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Archaeologist Jens Notroff is Living in His Golden Age of Travel

Jens Notroff is a German archaeologist based in Berlin. His work takes him to corners of the world where tourists don’t typically roam. Most recently he […]
March 7, 2017

Erick van Til Finds a Home in Southeast Asia and the Peninsula Outdoor School

Erick van Til is the Director of Program Development at the Peninsula Outdoor School based in China, but it took losing his job in Canada to […]
February 28, 2017

Alice Nettleingham of Teacake Travels Talks Solo Female Travel

Alice Nettleingham of Teacake Travels comes on Without A Path to share her experiences and tips for solo female travel. She’s also the author of How To […]
February 2, 2017

Lucerne, Switzerland For Business Travelers

Originally published in Global Traveler. Lucerne thrives on tourism. British expatriate and author Diccon Bewes, who focuses his literary efforts on his adopted homeland, calls Lucerne […]