Without A Path

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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 cul
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 yo
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 D
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
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
Ever wonder what it's like to live through a military lockdown? Well, that's precisely what happened to Anne Krapu while living in Beijing. Anne joins Joe to share what happened as well as some of her more fonder experiences traveling the globe
Katie Quinn knows her food. For over three years, she's been uploading a new video every week showcasing different recipes she's learned -- from her grandmother in smalltown Ohio to her training at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. Ironically, her now s
Katherine Stanley Obando used to be my boss. We met over three years ago in San José, Costa Rica when I was looking for an opportunity to write at The Tico Times, Central America's largest English-speaking publication. She grew up mostly in New
Iran comes packed with stereotypes in the western world, but Iranian travel blogger Sara Louee says Iranians have their own stereotypes for westerners. After backpacking Europe herself, Sara has turned her sights toward mending this gap with he
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