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Comedian and TV host Mike Siegel sits down for a lighthearted chat with his friends: comedians, actors, writers producers, and travel professionals, about the joys and and nightmares of travel.
Highlighting news and events around Walt Disney World. We offer tips and information on how to best tour the parks of Walt Disney World including unbias touring plans, reviews of attractions, restaurants and resorts. We also feature Walt Disney World experts on the show from your favorite Walt Disney World websites who stop by and lend their expertise to the show. We also cover topics such as saving money, news and changes and answering listener emails.
Podcast devoted to Hawaii Vacations and travel to Hawaii. Hosted by Bruce Fisher from HAWAII-ALOHA.COM
Join Lowell Thomas Award winning travel correspondent Tom Wilmer as he shares his travel experiences from across America and around the world.
Award-winning journalist Mike Wendland travels North America in a small motorhome, reporting about the interesting people and places he meets, offering RV and camping tips, tapping into his network of Roadtreking reporters, reviewing the latest in traveling technology and discovering destinations you'll want to put on your bucket list.
Our budgets may be smaller, but now more than ever we need to take a break when we can. Whether you’re holidaying at home or touring The Far East, travel writer Fionn Davenport discusses the best places to see and the best things to do every Tuesday from 6.25pm in Tuesday Travel.
Whether you are considering life in Costa Rica or finalizing your plans to make the move, the discussions, mentoring and Q&A will help you get the best results.
Viva Tropical is a lifestyle 20 years in the making. It all started on a surf trip to Costa Rica in the mid 90's, where your host Josh Linnes fell in love with the tropical region. Since then he founded several companies including www. vivatropical.com, created real estate projects in Costa Rica and Panama, eventually buying his own island in Panama with his business partner Park Wilson. As comfortable in a dug out canoe as as a yacht, his adventures take him and his business partner into uncharted regions. Josh is a proponent of living simply while focusing on getting the most out of life. His love of exploring and experiencing everything the diverse region has to offer is obvious. On its surface the show is about the Latin Tropics, but the hosts multitude of interests take the show much deeper. From strange local myths and unique plants, to how to retire to the region. From offshore investment strategy to how to build a sailboat. You are welcome to enjoy an eclectic mix of interviews, how to's, local hacks, investment strategy, surfing stories, environmental coverage, off-grid information, coffee talk, and much more. Having a radio show is an excuse for Josh to draw in interesting people that hopefully teach listeners something new. Get to know a region better while discovering about all types of different subjects designed to help you break free and thrive.
The Travel and Cruise Podcast with Gary Bembridge, travel writer, podcaster, video maker and blogger. Inspiration, tips, tricks and advice on finding and having amazing travel experience on both land and at sea. Drawing on first-hand experiences of travelling every month of every year for over 25 years. Visit the site at www.tipsfortravellers.com for the links to sign up for the newsletter, join the Facebook group and follow Gary Bembridge on Twitter.
In this bi-weekly podcast, your hosts Tracey and Scott take you to Disney, Indiana and discuss books, movies, music, theme parks, video games and whatever else in the Disneyverse they'd like to talk about. They'll share audio clips, interviews and other surprises along the way. If you enjoy all aspects of the Mouse, come hang out in Disney, Indiana. Disney, Indiana cannot be found on any standard map. It's more of a state of mind, or more precisely a state of heart.
Mousetalgia is a podcast for Disney fans about Disneyland, Disney in society, and Disney trivia and history. Enjoy in-depth reviews of the parks, discussions about Disneyana and Disney merchandise, and our take on the latest Disney movies, books and more. View our galleries and join the discussion at www.mousetalgia.com!
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.ricksteves.com.
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The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and the best places to travel to. It covers everything from knowing what to put on your Chicago dog when you go to the Windy City to swimming with whales in Tonga.
Do you want to escape your routine and get out of your comfort zone to find meaningful, life-changing experiences on the road? Or maybe you just want to travel further and more often for less and come home with amazing stories? This is your call to adventure. Whether you're a longtime traveler looking for that next experience, or someone who wants help getting started in becoming a world traveler, this show will help you plan to put yourself in the position to get the best stories out of your travels. Join Nathaniel Boyle as he brings you daily interviews with inspiring world explorers like Nomadic Matt, Gary Arndt, Johnny Jet, The Planet D, and many more travel bloggers, podcasters, industry experts, location independent entrepreneurs, and locals to discuss why they travel and how they do it. We explore why travel matters, round the world travel, budget travel, adventure travel, inspiration travel, travel hacking, frequent flyer points and miles, hotels and accommodation, where to eat, street food, ex-pat living, entrepreneurs and digital nomads, career breaks, gap years, alternative accommodations, and anything else that works to get you there the way you want it to. Everyone wants to be adventurous and have great stories. This is the Daily Travel Podcast.
We are John and Kathy Huggins and we have been full-time RVers since 2005. We started the Living the RV Dream podcast in 2009 after a 4 month live radio debut on WSRQ in Sarasota, FL. We discuss all aspects of the RV lifestyle on our show.
This is "YOUR TICKET TO RIDE!"- A diverse audio presentation on the Themed Entertainment & Amusement Industry. Immersive discussions on Theme Parks, Dark Rides, Roller Coasters, Interactive Atrractions, Themed Shows, World's Fair, etc. with the creators behind the industry. Disney Parks, Universal Studios, Six Flags, Cedar Fair, Busch Entertainment, and much more. The Most In-Depth Theme Park Podcast on the Internet!
A weekly podcast dedicated to theme parks, roller coasters and thrill rides. During each show, we talk about the total theme park experience. We'll have interviews with the people making decisions at your favorite park, reviews and ratings of the newest rides and attractions, discussion about everyday park experiences and chances to win tickets and merchandise from parks around the country!
Mike and Emily provide international perspectives on Disney fandom - with the guy a British would-be voice actor, and the girl a Portland, Oregon-based art nerd, who knows what conclusions these two will come to on the whole variety of subjects planned for the podcast - only time, and bandwidth, will tell.
A radio show about cruising. Contains cruise reviews, cruise tips for new cruise passengers, cruise articles, and cruise related interviews.
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DisAfterDark is a Disney podcast for grown ups. The show is an irreverent look at the Disney parks by four English blokes who really know how to have a good time. This show is a member of the MiceChat network: http://MicePod.com
Come and explore with us the best way to vacation: cruise ship sailing. Our show will share with you our favorite tips and ideas on how to have great cruise ship experience.
Join Gary Arndt (Everything-Everywhere.com), Jen Leo (LATimes.com), Chris Christensen (AmateurTraveler.com) and other notables in the travel industry, in a weekly roundtable discussion of news and trends in the travel industry. New episodes are available every Wednesday.
The Ultimate Disneyland & WDW Audio Adventure Podcast. A celebration of the magical sounds of Disney in FULL STEREO SOUND, brought to you by "the Disney Sounds Guy" Paul Barrie. A WindowtotheMagic is a weekly journey into the wonderful world of the Disney Theme Parks, and the sounds which make those parks so fantastic. Containing everything from Disney created "source audio" to sounds recorded "live" at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, this is just the fix every Disney fan needs when they can't get to the park. Do you remember the Goodyear peoplemover? Do you love the Adventure thru Inner Space? Then this is the show for you!
Welcome to our travel and resource podcast for those eternally hip, young at heart and needing a leg up on the happenings of the Metroplex and beyond. Each week Sparkles, Edwin and I will take you on a tour of restaurants, bars and local events that have caught our interest.
The Travel Guys take you across the globe and through our own backyard here in Sacramento. A true treat for all us armchair travelers!
This podcast delves into the world of those making long term travel their lifestyle. These passionate stories from exotic corners of the globe are meant to excite and motivate. Ian Robinson, the host, has been traveling for the last 4 years through Africa, Australia, The Pacific Islands and the United States. The interviews are with entertaining people who are living remarkable lives of adventure and travel. We'd love to have you as a fan of the show.
The Frequent Traveler's Podcast. The voice of the frequent traveler -- more about the journey than the destination
Travel the world with Flight Attendant Betty!!! This is a airline and travel podcast with funny stories from the airplane and around the world!! I actually have a book coming out...if go to my website www.bettyinthesky.com you can find out more about the book and e-book!
The digital home for RVers. RVing is not camping anymore. It has evolved into a high tech life style that requires maintaining many technology systems. This podcast addresses the myriad issues that arise while traveling in an RV. The podcasters travel extensively in their RV, so they can share their experiences with listeners in a fun and interesting style. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly travel radio show featuring interviews, news and views from correspondents all over the world.
Travelers and Adventurers of the world share their best stories and anecdotes from the road with us.
Peter Greenberg is America's most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist. Peter is Travel Editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning and The Evening News with Scott Pelley, among other broadcast platforms. Peter Greenberg Worldwide Podcast is a travel news show airing from a different location every weekend, featuring local experts sharing their favorite gems.
Join Matt and Nate each week as we discuss Disney History, Disney Theme Parks Details and Theme Park Touring. Segments examine attractions, shows of the past and present of Disney theme parks and more.
Inside the Magic is a weekly podcast covering everything related to Disney, Orlando, theme parks, special events, movies, and merchandise including news, reviews, interviews, and much more.
The Cruise Addicts Talk Show features cruise ship reviews, industry news, expert interviews, tips for new cruisers and much more.
The Travel Show with host Don Shafer
The Podcast on Irish Travel, Irish Customs and All Things Irish. We take you to some of the best Irish towns and villages. As we explore Ireland's most popular destinations, we offer our suggestions to get you off the tourist trail and in to the "real" Ireland. Sit back, relax and make yourself comfortable at the Irish Fireside, and feel free to use our Episode Guides for maps, destination recaps and links to the sites and topics we discuss.
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Covering pop culture fun... without the pixie dust. Themed entertainment with an adult flair, from theme parks and haunted attractions to parties and conventions.
Scotland travel by motorhome, motorcycle, bicycle and hill walking. Information and advice on the more remote and scenic parts of Scotland including the Highlands and Islands. A Scottish podcast.
Join the Disney Food Blog's AJ Wolfe on a Disney Dining adventure! The DFB Podcast covers everything from fine dining to fast food and snacks in the Disney Theme Parks, resorts, and cruise ships. Get the best Disney dining tips and tricks from AJ's 20 years of experience with Walt Disney World, Disneyland, the Disney Cruise Line, and much more.
Hosted by Sunpie Barnes, George Ingmire, Lorin Gaudin, and Mikko, GoNOLA Radio is a weekly podcast highlighting the best in authentic New Orleans culture and personalities.
Every episode of Hawaii Travel Podcast features free Hawaii travel tips, advice, and plenty of answers to listener’s FAQs about traveling to Hawaii. From planning your dream vacation to advice on how to get fantastic deals on airfare and hotel rooms and what to do when you arrive in Hawaii--we explore it all.
The Golden Horseshoe Review is a podcast about Disney Parks and Resorts—the lands, attractions, and hotels—and the Imagineers that dream, design, and build them. There are lots of Disney podcasts out there; we've tried to streamline ours - We're focused: we talk only about Disney theme parks, from the experience and design angles. No talk about movies, pin trading, video games, or ESPN. We're short: we'll always be around thirty minutes; we try to be less than twenty. We're direct: we don't waste time with a lot of interstitial audio and infrastructure. This show is simply three Disney geeks discussing Disney theme parks. On with the show!
Experience new architecture and urban transformation in Copenhagen first hand with a podwalk – a guided tour on a sound file downloaded to your mp3 player, told by architects, residents, mayors, and other voices of the city.
Lifestyle journalist James Lawrence specializes in wine, restaurants and travel - a great way to live! The London-based Lawrence was one of the media members on my train trip aboard the Rocky Mountaineer in Canada. While the amazing Canadian Rockies passed by the window, we recorded this interview. Cheers!
Today, we compare Disney Vs Universal properties with our pal Sam Gennawey
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One of California's first incorporated cities is Benicia, situated on the waterfront of the Carquinez Strait at the mouth of the Sacramento Delta region. It's less than 35 miles northeast of San Francisco, but this historic small town is worlds apart. It was firmly established before the advent of the 1848 California Gold Rush, and by 1853 it served as California's third State Capital. 13 months later, the Capital was relocated to Sacramento, but the town continued to thrive as a rail head for the Transcontinental Railroad, and a century long legacy as the location of the military's West Coast Arsenal. I'm correspondent, Tom Wilmer, come along and join me for a visit with Nancy Martinez, the Executive Director of the Benicia Main Street Program, for a walking tour down First Street. We'll also stop in for a visit with Leah Shelhorn, owner of Studio 41 a showcase of local and regionally crafted art.As an aside, I belatedly learned that old-timers have their own distinctive pronunciation...
Oh the people we meet and the places we're going! It's been a week after our RV was illegally entered and ransacked by thieves and while still trying to replace equipment and jump through the red tape insurance hoops while on the road, Jennifer and I are still traveling, meeting great people and finding interesting places to see. This week's episode was recorded in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and introduces you to the area and some of the fellow travelers we encountered on Route 66 heading out this way. After updating listeners on what's happened since thieves ransacked our RV last week, we find ourselves refreshed by the travel stories we've picked up on our way west. We encountered a group of Route 66 travelers from Sisters on the Fly, the nation's largest outdoor adventure group for women, where the only rules are "no men, no pets, no kids and be nice!" We also meet some European travelers on Route 66. And in our bucket list spotlight, we urge you to visit the The Saguaro National...
Manchan Magan uncovers another beautiful part of Ireland previously unknown to George - Carlingford, Co. Louth.
his Week in Costa Rica will feature each week a news portion in which Dan and Rico (qCostaRica) will talk about the happenings in and around the land of "Pura Vida". With over 30 years of living in Costa Rica between the two it give a unique insight into life in CR.Rico from QCostaRica joins us to address various topics going on in and around Costa Rica:1. Death of Tourist in Riptide in Costa Rica2. How to Escape a Rip Current3. Costa Rica Volcanoes in the Ring of Fire4. Fertica Recovering It's Barge5. Work Day Breaks in Costa Rica6. Traffic Cops Not Following the Law7.Laundering Money in Costa Rica8. Birth of Sextuplets in Costa RicaFinally we have our Property of the Week, an affordable condo located next to Jaco’s central park.
This Week in Costa Rica will feature each week a news portion in which Dan and Rico (qCostaRica) will talk about the happenings in and around the land of "Pura Vida". With over 30 years of living in Costa Rica between the two it give a unique insight into life in CR.Rico from QCostaRica joins us to address various topics going on in and around Costa Rica:1. Costa Rica Tourism Bailout2. Scotiabank Buying Ctitgroup Latin America3. Costa Rica Corporation Taxes4. Tax Evasion in Costa Rica5. Corrupt Costa Rica Police6. Solar Power in Costa Rica7.Charlie Howden SUP'ing for CancerFinally we have our Property of the Week, a turnkey bar and restaurant located on the beach in the heart of Jaco.
BONUS EPISODE! All aboard the Rocky Mountaineer train! Celebrating its 25th anniversary, The Rocky Mountaineer invited members of the media including yours truly, to share the experience. I chatted with communications specialist Jeff Pelletier on the train to get the details on the Rocky Mountaineer legend.
Hanli Prinsloo is a Freediver and Ocean Conservationist. Freediving is the practice of diving below the surface of the ocean on a single breath. Professionals can go hundreds of feet down and there are depth competitions, but freedivers also get to see things surface dwellers never even dream of experiencing. Like looking into the eye of a 60ft sperm whale, swimming with sharks, or a finding a deeply meditative place calm place.On this episode Josh and Hanli discuss how yoga and free diving have a lot in common, what it is like to swim with the giant animals of the sea, and why this sport could be the best hope for bringing awareness to the life in the oceans.Hanli also takes us through a 200ft dive, what it feels like, and how you prepare to do it. Listen and hear a great example of someone following their life long dream.
Gary Bembridge of Tips for Travellers shares observations, tips and advice on must-see and must-do sights and attractions for visitors for visitors to Valetta and Mdina in Malta.Subscribe free to the show on iTunes , Stitcher Radio or TuneIn Radio . Visiting is like stepping into a medieval film set or being transported back in time. It is unlike any place I had seen before with its mix of influences leading to dramatic buildings and forts. Great weather, especially in summer, and the atmosphere draws tourists here. While there are good beaches the history and remarkable sites of Valetta and Mdina are the magic in my view.This show covers among other topics: Observations History General tips for visitors Best time to go Getting there and getting around Must-do things to see and do including: Walled city of Mdina and St Paul's Cathedral Great Seige and Knights of St John Experience Upper Barracca Gardens Houses of Parliament Palace of the Grand Masters National Museum of Fine Arts Merchant...
In this episode of the Disney Indiana Podcast, Tracey and Scott share some park audio from a group that no longer performs at Epcot. After that trip down memory lane, they bring us May's Canine Confidential segment with a look at 1955's Disney classic Lady and the Tramp with a discussion of the film's history and their thoughts. After a call over to the Main Street Cinema, they share some more park audio - this time from a group who no longer performs at Disneyland! All that plus some listener feedback and some coverage of what our hosts have been doing outside of town! Welcome to Disney, Indiana! ---------------------------------- Links Mentioned ---------------------------------- Jesse Stephenson's (5591 Dnal Yensid, Disney, Indiana) Quest for Vault Disney Blog and his coverage of Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow(land): Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Anthology Hall of Heroes Super Hero Museum Kipp Shinabarger’s (1928 Magic Kingdom Drive, Disney, Indiana) Tour de Cure Fundraising...
The second hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, May 24, 2015
The first hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, May 24, 2015
Mousetalgia visits Storybrooke this week as Jeff goes to RegalCon, a convention for fans of ABC's "Once Upon a Time." We compare this convention with other Disney fan cons, discuss the seminars and offerings, and hear "Once" celebrities Lee Arenberg, Gil McKinney and Beverly Elliott talk about what the fandom means to each of them personally. Then, Team Mousetalgia reports from Disneyland's Tinker Bell Half Marathon weekend, and we discuss the kids' races and the runDisney Expo and hear from Tinker Bell animation reference model Margaret Kerry in person. Finally, we talk about some recent dining experiences at Disneyland, including the recently re-opened Smokejumpers Grill, breakfast and dinner at Disneyland Hotel's Steakhouse 55 (and we ask if bad service negates good food?), and a closer look at the special effects inside of Club 33's Le Salon Nouveau. Plus - Disneyland's 60th anniversary begins! Mousetalgia Matterhorn t-shirts are now on sale at www.mousetalgiastore.com!
Listen in as Elizabeth Pisani shares tales of her year-long voyage to get reacquainted with the world's fourth most populous country ? what she calls the "improbable" nation of Indonesia. Then learn about where to find some of America’s best breakfasts on your next US road trip – the perfect places get each day started on the right note. And we explore the singular beauty of the Four Corners region of the American Southwest. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.
Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Peter Greenberg Worldwide–The Kennebunks, Maine–May 23, 2015This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from Kennebunk, Maine, which has a year-round population of 3,000 and a summer population that soars to 40,000. And what’s one... Read More...The post Peter Greenberg Worldwide–The Kennebunks, Maine–May 23, 2015 appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
This episode of the Amateur Traveler talks about the recent Amateur Traveler trip to southern Morocco. 9 of the 10 people who joined me on this trip also join me for the podcast to share the good and bad of the trip.
“Good people greatly outnumber nasty people, worldwide. There is a network that existed long before facebook, and it is the network of persons of good will, who will introduce and pass you to other persons of good will, such that you can take a friendly look around a town, a nation or the world, as […] The post 205: Being the Most Traveled Person with Mike Spencer Bown appeared first on The Daily Travel Podcast.
Kathy is home!! We are so thankful for all the letters, cards, prayers, and other communications that we received and now she is home to stay. We hope all of you will fly our stars and stripes for Memorial Day on the 25th of May to honor all our heroes who stand in the gap for our freedom. We answered a lot of listener mail. One listener gave us a great game to play to learn about world geography. Go to https://geoguessr.com/ and give it a try. // Our friends Phil and Tracy May have sold their business, TechnoRV to Eric and Tami Johnson and they will be in attendance at the Gathering Rally here at Horseshoe Cove RV Resort in October. Check out the business at www.technorv.com or email Eric at email@example.com . // Our friend Ben Robinson, the CFO at Workamper News will be giving a free on-line training class on bookkeeping starting June 3rd. This can be...
Join correspondent, Tom Wilmer in Fredericksburg, Texas for a visit with the 33rd Commandant of the Marine Corps, Four Star General, Michael Haggee at the National Museum of the Pacific War which is also the home of the Admiral Nimitz Museum. We'll then head over to Quantico, Virginia for a visit with Mike Miller, the Marine Corps' archivist and historian at the National Museum of the Marine Corps and Heritage Center. Funding for Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer provided by Hawaiian Reforestation Initiative Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes Stitcher.com player.com
*Subscribe @ iTunes* The Season Pass Podcast is back for another episode from the TEA (Themed Entertainment Association) Summit and Thea Awards of 2015! This episode includes interviews with Thea Award recipients Bistrot Chez Remy restaurant at Walt Disney Studios Park (Chrissie Allen of WDI & Amy Young of Amy Young Design), The Time Machine at Futuroscope (Futuroscope’s Jean-Pierre Joyaux & Olivier Heral), and The Grand Hall experience at the St. Louis Union Station (Shawn McCoy of Jack Rouse Associates & Drew Atienza of Technomedia). Also a conversation with Walt Disney Imagineer, Joe Lanzisero and Chris Conte of Electrosonic. We have French Rats, French Rabbits, and Living Halls that aren’t French…Sounds like a heck of a time! Enjoy! EPISODE SPONSORS: Bill Lohr’s Amusement Park Videos https://www.facebook.com/AmusementParkShows O-Zell Soda http://www.o-zell.com Walt Disney Birthplace Indie GoGo https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-walt-disney-birthplace#/story Links: TEA...
Tim and Jenn Tracker are back for antoher chat with Nick Hutson! https://www.youtube.com/user/TheTimTracker
Jonathan joins us for a first-hand review of Knott's "Voyage to the Iron Reef!" We have an interview with Triotech CEO Ernest Yale The CoasterRadio.com Listener Meet-Up at Cedar Point is a few days away. Six Flags opened Batman: the Ride and Justice League: Battle for Metropolis. Will we see ultra-themed lounges at the regional parks? This and a whole lot more!
It's another little bonus episode! Recorded after doing the most recent Bitesize Muppets, this one features Mike and Ria discussing Maleficent (anger), Cinderella (relief/surprise) and Marvel's Agent Carter (exhaltation). There's a little Captain American talk, if you like that sort of thing. So you do, and you want to let us know You can Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter and Tumblr, subscribe to us on iTunes, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org - and, as always, enjoy! Links 'n' Stuff: Ria's Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and blog!
Ben Souza and his wife just returned from a four-night Alaska sailing on Princess Cruises’ Ruby Princess. This was a special sailing that started in Vancouver, BC, stopped in Ketchikan and ended in Seattle, Washington. Ben gives us a bow to stern Ruby Princess review, leaving no stone unturned. Stewart Chiron the Cruise Guy has cruise news on: Norwegian Dawn grounding in Bermuda Drowning aboard Norwegian Gem Celebrity Cruises new Caribbean overnight itineraries Disney heading back to Miami, NYC and Galveston Speculation of Carnival Corp. upcoming announcement in NYC
Terence Gillespie fell in love with Chile and was interested in purchasing property there. As a Libertarian, he really liked the concept of Galt's Gulch property development in Chile, but more and more news came out that the property was a 'bum deal'. The property was being vetted by guys like John Cobin and Jeff Berwick, so what happened? Terrance talks on what he found out, jurisdiction issues, and much more on today's show. Key Takeaways: [4:40] John Cobin's books about Chile helped Terance discover Chile. [14:10] Little did the three other founders know, Johnson had cut them all out of the deal. [25:10] Why is Terance so interested in this? [28:20] When property deals like this go wrong, what's the jurisdiction? [38:50] There are so many international scam artists out there because no body has jurisdiction on them. [48:25] Once you take a title in the name of an entity, you've invited the state in. Mentioned In This Episode: mcgillespie.com wendymcelroy.com dollarvigilante.com I, Psychopath...
Welcome back to the Mouses Head and thank you for the download. We are in the beer garden this lovely evening and we take some time to answer your questions. Don’t forget to have a look at our sponsors app. Magical Trips by Emily Rawling https://appsto.re/gb/Zhhc5.i We would really appreciate it if you would head over to iTunes and subscribe to the show and leave us a review. Even if you don't use iTunes, it will really help us build up the awareness of the podcast. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/disafterdark-disney-podcast/id499831329?mt=2 Download the iTunes Podcast App direct to your iDevice. https://appsto.re/gb/13EuF.i or if you listen on Stitcher Radio, please leave us a review there too. http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/disafterdark-the-disney-podcast-with-a-difference Download Stitcher for your iDevice https://appsto.re/gb/H99kr.i Download Stitcher for your Android Device https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stitcher.app We love Pocket Casts for both iTunes &...
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Welcome to Episode #36!On this exciting new podcast episode we discuss "Summer Sailing To Alaska". The Cruise Dudes love Alaska - it is one of the most beautiful, pristine, majestic and relaxing cruise that you can take. You are surrounded by nature's wonders - sky scrapping mountains, jaw dropping glaciers, wondrous waterfalls, animal and sea life roam freely around you as you enjoy the fresh, crisp, brisk air. The ports of Anchorage, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan take you back to simpler times, the slower way of life, with rich Alaskan history. A trip to Alaska is rejuvenating! This episode will just scratch the surface about Alaska cruises - it is to whet your appetite, and of course, we will be discussing the ports and all the things you can do and experience in future episodes. You can't fit it all in one episode! Hopefully, you will forgive our excitement, but we are going back to Alaska in June 2016 and we can 't wait to share all about it. As usual, we have the latest cruise news...
Lessons learned when our RV was burglarized and thieves took just about everything we had of value, except our dog.It happened just across the Mississippi River from Dt. Louis in Collinsville, IL when we stopped for dinner at a restaurant in a busy shopping mall off I-55.While we were inside eating, at least two thieves somehow gained entry and, in about 5 minutes or so, took more than $12,000 work of electronic gear from our rig - including all of Mike's video cameras, his still camera and most of the mobile podcasting studio gear he had set up in his Roadtrek motorhome.Police blamed gangs from nearby East St. Louis.It turns out though, we may have captured and image of one of the thieves who looked to be casing the RV. He can be clearly seen on the dash cam inside the RV peering in the front. Seconds before he walked out of sight, someone entered from the side and was joined by an accomplice. Mike has given the evidence over to police.We share in this podcast the lessons we have learned...
Join Associate Producer, Laurie McAndish King for a conversation with New York Times contributing travel writer Perry Garfinkel on the Lowell Thomas Award-winning podcast, Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer. What do travel writing and Buddhism have in common? How can a "travel writer's mindset" extend your vacation and make it more enjoyable? Why does a professional travel writer recommend modeling after the masters—and stealing freely? (And what did Perry Garfinkel steal from Woody Allen?) To learn all this and more, join correspondent Laurie McAndish King in Berkeley, California, for a conversation with Perry Garfinkel, longtime New York Times contributor, travel writing teacher, and author of Buddha or Bust: In Search of Truth, Meaning, Happiness, and the Man Who Found Them All and Travel Writing for Profit and Pleasure. Perry will also give us a preview of his upcoming travel writing workshop (August 30 – September 5, 2015) on Martha's Vineyard.
With Manchan away, we invited South African travel expert André Migliarina onto the Right Hook to talk about what's on offer for travellers to South Africa.
It's time for the next instalment of our Bitesize Muppets retrospective series, and this time, Ria joins Mike as co-host, and we delve into the weird worlds of advertising, Sam & Friends, and odd one-off fairytales. Enjoyed this instalment? Keen for the next one? Let us know at email@example.com! Links 'n' Muppet Stuff: Sam & Friends Wilkins Coffee and other commercials Tales of the Tinkerdee Time Piece
This Week in Travel - Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Gary Arndt and Chris Christensen are joined by this week's many guests at the TBEX Europe 2015 travel blogging conference: Stephanie Yoder of Twenty Something Travel Jackie Laulainen of The Budget Minded Traveler Craig and Linda Martin from The Indie Travel Podcast Heather Cowper from Heather on Her Travels Rick Calvert from TBEX and NMX Stephen Oddo of Walks of Italy, New York, Turkey Laurence Norah of Finding the Universe Jessica Turchik of Independent Travel Cats Dylan Lowe from The Traveling Editor Evo Terra and Sheila Dee from the Opportunistic Travelers
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CONTACT US TODAY!Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgVoicemail: 1-307-GET-WTTM (438-9886)Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/wttmTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/magicjoe1Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/brynaneFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/wttmpodcast*********************************Paul, Amy & Calvin and Bryn went to Disneyland to see the return of the Haunted Mansion's Most Famous Resident... The Hatbox Ghost. We had fun. You will, too.Enjoy!*********************************WindowtotheMagic is a member of the Micechat.com Podcast Network.Visit Micechat for all the latest Disney news, along with a healthy dose of commentary! Thanks to Micechat for sharing the WTTM magic with their readers!*********************************THE WTTM PODCAST APPLICATIONSfor iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch & now for Android & Kindle FireMobile access to the shows, and MUCH more!The WindowtotheMagic Podcast App:Apple: http://tinyurl.com/wttmappAndroid: http://tinyurl.com/wttmapp3Get the App, and inside...
Gary Bembridge of Tips for Travellers shares observations, tips and advice on must-see and must-do sights and attractions for visitors for visitors to Lisbon in Portugal.Subscribe free to the show on iTunes , Stitcher Radio or TuneIn Radio . Lisbon (Lisboa in Portugese) is one of oldest cities in world and a very attractive city of coloured orange and yellow low rise buildings spread across seven hills. Full of green spaces, black and white tiled pavements and gorgeous buildings. This show covers among other topics: Observations History General tips for visitors Best time to go Getting there and getting around Must-do things to see and do including: Cristo Rei Statue 25 April Bridge Electricity Museum Monument to the Discoveries Parque Eduardo VII Praca do Rosso Rua Augusta Arch and Praca do Commercio Square Castelo de Sao Jorge Military Museum Sintra This episode is supported by "DK Eyewitness Travel: Cruise Guide to Europe and the Mediterranean". For more and to buy the guide click here...
In episode 134 of Denton Dallas and Beyond ,we get down and dirty with some amazing Hispanic food options in the Denton area. We finish out the Denton segment with continued discussion on Flat Landers Taco, O.C. Burger and Guanajuato. As we head to Dallas, Sparkles finishes out her three part series on up and coming Chefs. In the Beyond segment, we review HBO Now and provide a preview of Sparkle’s and Edwin’s Kentucky bourbon trail trip.
The second hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, May 17, 2015
The first hour of The Travel Show for Sunday, May 17, 2015
Team Mousetalgia takes you to the blue carpet and the world premiere of Tomorrowland in this week's episode! Join Jeff and Dave as they watch the celebrities descend on Downtown Disney's AMC multiplex to watch Brad Bird's fascinating new movie and report on the goings on. Jeff joins D23 to attend the private after-party in Disneyland's Tomorrowland, and Dave joins in to report from a Lucasfilm screening of the film days later, and we offer our initial spoiler-free impressions of the film. Also, we talk Avengers, and offer some thoughts about the latest installment in the Marvel cinematic pantheon. Next: the Haunted Mansion welcomes back the Hat Box Ghost after nearly 46 years, and we offer our thoughts and responses to the new character, brought back to life with a little digital pixie (or is that mummy?) dust. Plus - the Pacific Northwest Mouse Meet announces the special guests for this year's event, the D23 Expo starts spilling secrets - and more!
Sunday on The Travel Guys our featured guest is Director of Sacramento International Airport, John Wheat. John is on hand to update our listeners on new service at the airport, and service that might be on the way. He will talk about the new way to pay for your parking, about why some airlines have changed terminals and even the new hotel, slated to open sometime next year. There’s also an update on the concession situation in Terminal A. After listening to John, we can promise you will be a smarter traveler next time you visit the airport. Our second guest is Joshua Rubinstein from the Firefighters Burn Institute. He joins us in the last segment of the show to talk about a special fund raiser to benefit the institute. Firefighters Burn Institute Flyer In the travel news, we tell you how you can get more legroom on Alaska (hint: it’s going to cost you) and Delta’s CEO has some bad news for those hoping baggage fees might someday go away. We tell you why having more frequent flyers on the...
We follow up with friends from Turkey who participated in Istanbul's 2013 Gezi Park protests and learn why there's still a populist movement against the leader of their national government. Then it's on to the ancients of Greece: what they can still show us about their world, and how it influences us today. And we get pointers for visiting the high points of Holland, from the impressive industrial strength of today's Rotterdam to reminders of the Dutch Republic and World War II. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.
Hear about travel to Louisville, Kentucky as the Amateur Traveler talks to Jason Falls, social media author and speaker about his home town. Jason says, "Louisville is a fantastic city, it also has a lot going on from a tourism standpoint.
Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Peter Greenberg Worldwide–The One&Only Palmilla, Mexico–May 16, 2015This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show comes from The One&Only Palmilla in Los Cabos, Mexico. After being hit by Hurricane Odile in September 2014, Los Cabos was badly... Read More...The post Peter Greenberg Worldwide–The One&Only Palmilla, Mexico–May 16, 2015 appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
Join correspondent, Tom Wilmer in San Francisco for a conversation with Amy Hoogasian, as she talks about the Armenian Genocide in Turkey, 1915-1918. Her passionate quest for Turkey to acknowledge their genocidal policies and actions against the Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire a century ago was inculcated as a child when her grandparents shared horrific memories of abuse and mass murder at the hands of the Turks. Amy Hoogasian hails from Chicago and has practiced law for twenty years in the areas of immigration, corporate and environmental law. She moved to San Francisco, California, when she was appointed to a distinguished position within the United States government. Subscribe to Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer on NPR.ORG's podcast page or iTunes, Podcasts.de (Germany) Stitcher.com, player.fm, pure.com (UK)Funding for the Lowell Thomas Award-winning travel shos is provided by Hawiian Reforestation Initiative
This is a very busy show. We start off with Kathy’s condition and that she is Coming Home!!! She will be home with me in our motorhome by the time you listen to this. Thank you all for the prayers, encouragement, and kind words. We needed it all! // John talks about taking the RV Maintenance Technician course from Terry Cooper aka. “The Texas RV Professor” You can learn how to diagnose and repair many common RV problems as well as have done the first step to becoming a certified RV inspector. Check out the course and locations at www.rvtechcourse.com If you are interested in becoming a certified RV inspector, go to www.nrvia.org . // Kathy discusses a recent article written by a former dentist all about dental problems while RVing that come up when you are away from your usual care providers. She has some great hint’s on how to reduce pain and discomfort...
Jacqueline Kehoe is a travel writer and the author behind The Strange and New, a name taken from a poem that ends with a couplet which I grabbed from her website: “…But they’re always tired of the things that are and they want the strange and new.” I believe those two lines describe people like […] The post 204: Change Your Role in Life with Jacqueline Kehoe appeared first on The Daily Travel Podcast.
Universal Orlando is on a roll! Kong returns in 2016 and Nintendo is on the way too! Mike visited Kings Dominion on their 40th Birthday and received a present of his own! The CoasterRadio.com Listener Meet-Up at Cedar Point is just one week away! Mike give in-depth reviews of Sea World San Diego and Belmont Park! This and a whole lot more!
This week we’ve got a rock star Who became a startup savant But the whole time, he’s been a world traveling survivalist Learn more about him on his blog Adventures of Justin. Introducing, Justin Alexander. “I got to the point where I was free to live the life that I wanted.” – Justin Alexander Travel Topics: What jobs Justin worked prior to traveling What lifestyle changes Justin made when choosing to travel How he developed a way to make a passive income large enough to cover his living expenses Where Justin first traveled after leaving his job in the US Justin’s survival training His traveling experiences with his rock band His experience as a kickboxer How he became a buddhist monk His favorite county he has visited Where he finds his inspiration for traveling If Justin thinks he’ll ever settle down and stop traveling “Traveling solo is important to be whoever you want to be.” – Justin Alexander Lovely Links: Punchface – Justin’s Rock Band Tracker School in New Jersey Wilderness Awareness...