Asia

June 7, 2016

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 […]
March 31, 2016

How Terrorism is Impacting Travel

Laura‘s fresh off a trip to Vieques, Puerto Rico and Joe’s off to Honduras next week. But first, Laura and Joe look back on the string […]
March 1, 2016

Why Cycling is the Best Way to Go in Tokyo

The Gaman Spirit: Why cycling works in Tokyo started with a simple email to Streetfilms‘ Director of Video Production, Clarence Eckerson Jr. “I’m going to be in […]
February 22, 2016

If You Want to Buy a Car in Japan…

Originally published at Streetfilms. If you want to buy a car in Japan, you’re a masochist. At least, that’s what I learned after spending a few […]
February 18, 2016

Hiking Japan’s Historic Nakasendo Way

Originally published at Jacada Travel. Japan brings to mind two very distinct images. There’s one of a hyper-modern society with concrete towers filling the skyline as far […]
February 9, 2016

Tech in Travel, and Travels to Cuba, Japan and Alaska

Laura Watilo Blake of Far-Flung Travels co-hosts this episode of Without A Path to talk tech in travel. Joe also asks Laura about what she’s doing […]