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I arrived at Bamako, capital of the modern country of Mali, in the late afternoon under a hot and yellow sky. Outside the small...

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On this episode, I talk with Charles Snyder, native Californian, poet, playwright, actor, educator, and all around Renaissance Man now living in Spain. Charles’s...

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Have you ever thought about flying to Easter Island? Or from Australia to Chile? How about Brazil to South Africa? Well, with its recent...

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On this episode, I talk with Sophie Ibbotson, British entrepreneur, traveler, writer, and lover of wild places. Sophie runs her own consultancy business, Maximum...

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Human trade and culture have traveled through Central Asia for thousands of years. Throughout antiquity, traders, treasures, and tragedies threaded their way through the...

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By Killarney's lakes and fells emerald isles and winding bays mountain pass and woodland dells mem'ry ever fondly strays... This year, Fly Brother publisher Ernest White...

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On this episode, I talk with Ronnell Perry, traveler, former Peace Corps volunteer, and founder of AfroBuenaventura, a travel portal inspired by communities descended...

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This summer, Europe gets that much closer when Norwegian Air starts its new routes from the Northeastern U.S. on its brand-spanking-new Boeing 737-MAX jets, augmenting its...

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On this episode, I talk to Réal Hamilton-Romeo, senior public relations manager for low-cost international carrier Norwegian Air, lifelong airline brat, and traveling mom....

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Russia got Hungary, ate Turkey, fell on Greece and broke China. We learned that little ditty in nursery school, and while it may not...