Gary Arndt is an award-winning blogger and travel photographer who has been traveling around the world since 2007.
His travels have taken him to over 130 countries, over 400 UNESCO World Heritage sites, and all 50 US states…twice!
Gary Arndt’s blog Everything Everywhere is considered one of the best travel blogs in the world. It was named one of the Top 25 Blogs in the world by Time Magazine and it earned a Gold Medal in the Travel Blog category in the North American Travel Journalist Association (NATJA) awards and a Gold Medal for Best Travel Photography Blog in the 2018 TBCAsia Awards.
He is also one of the most awarded travel photographers of this decade. Gary was named the 2014 SATW Travel Photographer of the Year as well as the 2013 & 2015 NATJA Travel Photographer of the Year. He is the only travel photographer to have been named photographer of the year by both organizations. He is also a 3-time Lowell Thomas Award winner in Photo Illustration of Travel and a 2x Northern Lights Award winner in photography.
Gary writes and produces a daily podcast, Everything Everywhere Daily, which features stories about people, places, and things from around the world.
Since 2009 he has been the co-host of This Week in Travel, an award-winning weekly podcast that covers travel industry news.
He is also an associate producer and senior travel correspondent for On Travel, on the American Forces Radio Network.
An accomplished public speaker, Gary has spoken on topics related to travel and new media on six continents.
On this episode of The One Way Ticket Show, Gary shares his one way ticket to Ancient Rome. He also talks about the fun of learning Latin, offers photography tips, and highlights some less traveled to destinations that should be on everyone’s list of places to visit.
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Everything Everywhere Daily Podcast
What a great conversation with Gary! All those wonderful places that I’ve never been will still have to wait since the coast isn’t exactly clear, as Gary mentioned himself.
Thanks for keeping the vision, and possibilities, of travel alive.
Thanks so much for that! So glad you enjoyed it. Bon voyage…