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Caribbean / Cuba / international / podcast / travel

Trump’s Travel Ban and Sher She Goes to Cuba

President Trump’s travel ban targets citizens and refugees of Muslim majority nations, sparking protests at airports across the country as well as the seemingly continuous one outside of the White House. Then Sher of SherSheGoes.com joins Without A Path to talk about her passions of fashion and scuba diving. She was also recently in Cuba during the mourning period of Fidel Castro and offers her thoughts on what increased tourism will mean for the isolated island.

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Africa / egypt / international / podcast / travel

Sally Elbassir Confronts Stereotypes as a Muslim Traveler

Sally Elbassir of Passport & Plates bills herself as an Arab-American Muslim food and travel blogger. On Without A Path, she shares how she’s confronted stereotypes in her travels from California to Egypt.

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Europe / international / podcast / Spain / travel

Andy MacGregor On All Things Spain

Andy MacGregor, founder of Travel Massive’s Madrid chapter, shares how (and why) he made the move from Scotland to Spain complete with all the current events you didn’t know about. He’s since gotten his face on Spanish television’s Canal Plus as the host of a fishing program. When he’s not keeping an eye on his line, he edits CARPdiem Magazine and even runs a swing dance course.

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Europe / germany / international / podcast / travel

Dresden: Christmas Markets, Refugees and a Slaughterhouse

The following is about a trip to Dresden, more or less. It begins like this:

The chants were growing louder in Dresden.

It ends like this:

“We are humans, right?”

The chants were growing louder in Dresden. I wondered if they were in relation to the recent deportation of asylum seekers whose applications were denied. Or perhaps it had to do with the ongoing evacuation of Aleppo in Syria. Recent death tolls hover around 450,000. Peace remains a faint hope as the international community continues to sit on their collective hands. Meanwhile, innocent Syrians will continue to die. So it goes. Continue reading

Bosnia and Herzegovina / Croatia / Georgia / international / podcast / Slovenia / travel / ukraine

Andrew Villone Wants Travelers to Savor the Experience

Andrew Villone toured Eastern Europe as a backpacker in the late 1990s. He returned in the early 2000s to launch Savor the Experience, a tour company specializing in the Balkans with additional offerings as far away as Georgia. Andrew shares what drew him to his new home in Slovenia, what he finds special about Eastern Europe, and what we can all learn from lesser-traveled corner of the globe.

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