EuropeIntrepid Times Interviews
September 24, 2020

Chernobyl: A Stalkers’ Guide – Interview with Darmon Richter

Writer and photographer Darmon Richter has been a friend of Intrepid Times since we first interviewed him back in 2016. With the release of his stunning new book, Chernobyl: A…
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September 17, 2020

Taking the High Road

In the dark of night, a traveler climbs into a taxi on an infamous highway in Senegal, and experiences a ride he won't soon forget. "Bonsoir," said a man's voice…
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September 14, 2020

Delving into Delhi’s ‘Slum’

A traveler takes in the colors and energy of the Sanjay Colony outside New Delhi, forcing her to rethink her assumptions of what it means to live in a "slum."…
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South America
September 7, 2020


In a music filled square in Cartagena, travelers and refugees drink beer, swap stories, and attempt to bridge the chasm that exists between two worlds. The air was heavy with…
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Covid-19 Travel Experience
August 24, 2020

Travel Through Windows

A life-long traveler discovers how travel through windows can help keep the wanderlust at bay amidst the Covid-19 shutdowns. I love the story of Rapunzel. The girl who gets locked…
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August 17, 2020

The People Before Us

While walking through Auschwitz and Birkenau, a traveler reflects on the strangeness of visiting a place so many once wanted to leave. I wanted to do it. Everyone that comes…
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August 10, 2020

On the Road to Panic

As her bus tackles tight roads on a mountain in Spain, a traveler tries to hold back memories of a past trauma that threaten to send her into a tailspin…
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August 5, 2020

Op-Ed: All Travelers Have the Right to Return Home

A New Zealander overseas speaks out against the quarantine charges that make it prohibitively expensive for Kiwis to return home. I am a Kiwi–a New Zealander–always have been, always will…
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August 4, 2020

Victoria Falls From Two Sides

A traveler crosses into Zimbabwe from Zambia to take in the sight of one of nature's most amazing natural wonders. Zimbabwe immediately felt different from Zambia: the asphalt was decrepit,…
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