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Joseph Ozment

Joseph Ozment
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Originally from Tennessee, Joseph Ozment is a writer and musician whose relationship with travel was shaped by growing up between the Southern U.S., Wales, and Hong Kong. So far, he's written for a newspaper in Russia, released a handful of home recordings, and started a novel (with plans for more, someday). When he's not busy running country roads or cheering on Liverpool FC, he's most likely making the next cup of coffee, or plans for the next trip.
Several neon signs along a street in Edmonton.

A Food and Drink Guide to Edmonton

Edmonton’s food and drink scene is one of the most eclectic you’ll encounter anywhere, because its story mirrors that of the city itself. Edmonton has always prided itself on diversity and multiculturalism, but until...

A Creative’s Guide to Edmonton with Soul Search Canada

Creativity propels Edmonton’s continuing growth as a cultural hotspot in Canada, and the fabric of the city itself that allows that to happen. It is a tight-knit community of self-starters who saw the potential...
A dish of berries and other vegan ingredients rests on a fruit in someone's cupped hands.

Why the World Needs More Vegans

World Vegan Day has been celebrated on November 1 every year since 1994. In 2018, Veganism is both more popular and more pertinent than ever before. While Passion Passport seeks to bridge communities and...
A woman jumps over a rocky crevasse at sundown.

How to Maintain Wellness While Traveling

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, and no matter how long you might be gone, it can be difficult to maintain the routines that you practice at home. That said, an active lifestyle...
Travel entrepreneurs discuss draw business plans on a map.

Meet 7 Travel Entrepreneurs Modernizing Adventure

The advent of social media has arguably made the world feel smaller than ever before. The sights and sounds of our big, beautiful planet can be beamed straight to our screens on demand, and...
View of a building's towers with smoke seeming to rise from them

Confronting the Post-Trip Blues

“Beware of destination addiction — a preoccupation with the idea that happiness is in the next place, the next job, and with the next partner. Until you give up the idea that happiness is...
A directional sign in an endangered language

How to (Actually) Learn a Language at Home

Language immersion (i.e. using your target language in everyday life in a country where it’s spoken) is often stressed as one of the most important steps in the language-learning process. There is a good...
Pide and pastries on display for sale in Istanbul's Grand Bazaar.

A Guide to Finding the Best Flatbread in Istanbul

Anthony Bourdain was an inspiration to me, as I am sure he was to many other travelers. One seemingly miniscule (but profound enough that I’m writing an article about it) detail of his trip...
A bird flies over a mosque at dusk in Istanbul.

From a Coup to a Collapse: Two Years On

On July 15, 2016, a faction within the Turkish military attempted a coup d’etat against state institutions, which involved violence across the country and an attempt on the President’s life. They justified their actions...

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