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Shane Dallas Utrecht

Shane Dallas Utrecht

Posted by on June 23, 2016  |  Add Reply

Shane Dallas from The Travel Camel visits to share what he sees as travel trends to look for this year. In a recent trip to Utrecht in the Netherlands, Shane share the city’s draw with their beautiful canals and classic European feel. As the keynote speaker at a travel conference in the city, Shane shares […]

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The Current State of Iran Travel

The Current State of Iran Travel

Posted by on June 23, 2016  |  Add Reply

Known as one of the cradles of civilization, Iran is a destination rich in history and amenities, but cloaked in misconceptions. In this episode, Steve Kutay from IranLuxuryTravel.com visits to talk about the historic locations, ski resorts, and more, while tackling some of these misconceptions. While many Americans assume travel is restricted, you only need […]

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Traveling With Kids to India

Traveling With Kids to India

Posted by on June 23, 2016  |  Add Reply

Traveling with kids is an amazing way to show them all of the exciting things the world has to offer, while exposing them to cultures, foods, and people. While not an immediate top-of-mind choice, Bhaskar Krishnamurthy shares why India is an amazing destination to take children. Having traveled with his own children to India, they […]

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Greg Geronemus Smartours

Greg Geronemus Smartours

Posted by on June 23, 2016  |  Add Reply

When planning travel, especially international travel, it’s always best to have an idea of what the current state of international travel is around the world. Greg Geronemus from smarTours gives an update regarding travel to Cuba (which since the podcast was recorded, embargo travel restrictions have changed), Japan, Africa, and Europe, as well as deals, […]

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Sean O’Meara Talks About The Perfect Travel Pillow

Sean O’Meara Talks About The Perfect Travel Pillow

Posted by on June 23, 2016  |  Add Reply

Travelers are familiar with the array of neck pillows available, but the BullRest Travel Pillow is a new offering we’re big fans of. Sean O’Meara created as a more comfortable, smaller, and better pillow for travelers. About the size of ski goggles, and ergonomically designed, these pillows provide better alignment and easily fit inside a […]

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Meghan Hartman Shares The Special World Lake Charles Louisiana

Meghan Hartman Shares The Special World Lake Charles Louisiana

Posted by on June 14, 2016  |  Add Reply

Settled in the heel of the Louisiana boot, the city of Lake Charles is in the heart of creole cowboy country. Two hours from Houston and three hours from New Orleans, the area is rich in history with modern amenities and boasts an affordable tourist price point. There are four waterfront casino resorts with the […]

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Adam Goldstein On Cruising’s Role In Preserving The Marine Environment

Adam Goldstein On Cruising’s Role In Preserving The Marine Environment

Posted by on June 14, 2016  |  Add Reply

Adam Goldstein, president and chief operating officer of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., joins Paul and Elizabeth at CLIA’s Cruise 360 in Vancouver to chat about RCCL’s partnership with the World Wildlife Fund. Preserving the marine environment is a high priority for the company, and for the global cruise industry. They also talk about the latest in […]

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Liz Munson Serves The Happiest Breakfast in America

Liz Munson Serves The Happiest Breakfast in America

Posted by on June 14, 2016  |  Add Reply

Liz’s Where Y’at Diner (you have to hear it said to say it right) is tucked away in a suburb of New Orleans in southern Louisiana, serving one of the best breakfasts in America, and everything’s served with a side of happiness, love, and kindness. The novel-length menu’s type is small enough to keep reading […]

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Around The World By Aging Land Rover And Motorcycle Two Books Tell Story

Around The World By Aging Land Rover And Motorcycle Two Books Tell Story

Posted by on April 12, 2016  |  Add Reply

In 2002 Christopher Many set off on his round-the-world voyage with an ailing Land Rover. He named the Land Rover, Matilda, and for the next eight years, travelled 200,000 kilometres through 100 countries.  Left Beyond the Horizon – A Land Rover Odyssey, tells the story in detail. Christopher left again for a third trip around the world […]

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Tech Guru James DeRuvo Talks Cars and Security

Tech Guru James DeRuvo Talks Cars and Security

Posted by on April 7, 2016  |  Add Reply

James DeRuvo returns to talk smart cars with Apple’s new Apple Car operating system, a smaller iPhone, and being smart and secure on Social Media, especially while traveling.

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