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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 returned from working along the Turkish-Syrian border. He’s also a traveler and refuses to believe that the “Golden Age of Travel” is behind us. Jens joins Without A Path to share his experiences as an archaeologist, traveler, and sketch artist.

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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.

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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 motivate him to travel throughout Southeast Asia and eventually find his dream job. Erick shares his travel experiences in Southeast Asia and walks listeners through a typical trip with the program.

Tenerife Sur, the Spanish Canary Island, can be punishingly touristy. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible to get off the tourist trek. In the latest of our ongoing series of “Off The Tourist Trek” travel guides, we take a look at the southern end of the island, starting in Los Cristianos and working our way into Teide National Park.

It seems like 2017 is going to fly by with trips planned well through summer. Berlin, Amsterdam, Antwerp and Ghent to ride the Ronde van Vlaanderen (or Tour of Flanders), the Black Forest, Munich, Warsaw, Huntsville, Alabama for TBEX, Palm Springs for another travel conference, and a trip to Luxembourg City for their National Day celebration will take us through June. Have any tips on how to get off the tourist trek in these destinations? Share them and they might be included in future coverage of these destinations at joebaur.com.

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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 Travel Safely As A Woman, an e-book available at teacaketravels.com.

If you’ve ever wanted to travel to Venice but have been intimidated by its reputation for mass tourism, then you might want to check out our latest Off The Tourist Trek travel guide covering the Italian city. Venice Off The Tourist Trek explains how you can find those quiet street corners, gives some insight into the various neighborhoods, and offers tips on the best time to go.

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Inside the Global Sustainable Tourism Council with Randy Durband

Randy Durband is the CEO of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council. But what exactly do they do? We find out as Randy shares his experiences as a sustainable traveler before his days with the GSTC, why traveling with a green conscience is important to him, and regular people like us can get involved with their work.

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