Rolf Potts is an American travel writer, essayist, and author. He has written multiple books including Vagabonding, Souvenir, and Marco Polo Didn’t Go There. His travel writing has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Outside, Salon.com, Slate.com, The Guardian, and World Hum. In this episode, Rolf shares his thoughts on the peaks and valleys of travel and the value of souvenirs.
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2:00 – How To View Fear and Doubt
8:30 – How To Blaze Your Own Trail
13:10 – Using Writing to Explore Experiences
20:00 – The Peaks and Valleys of Travel
22:00 – The Value of Souvenirs
29:40 – The Traveler’s Journey
31:30 – The Non-Traditional Approach to Creating Families
34:40 – Rolf’s Final Three Pieces of Advice