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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Gladys Horiuchi joins Paul to talk about wine touring in California in celebration not only of Earth Day but of Earth Month. Check out the California Wine Institute web site for ideas for combining touring, tasting and celebrating. There are wineries everywhere you look in California and since quality in wine depends in part on how […]
Sherri Eisenberg, editorial director of Shermans Cruise, chats with Paul and Elizabeth about this editorial and deals site. Eisenberg shares her thoughts on how to choose the right cruise for you and discusses trends that will make your cruise experience even richer in the future.
Correspondent Shane Dallas who lives in Africa, takes a horseback safari out on the Masai Mara. He talks about the experience and why it’s so important to go with an experienced guide so that the horses feel secure. They are prey animals after all.
In the world of car rentals, National’s Premier Selection is a cut above. Rent a Maserati or similar high end sportscar from them and not only will your friends be jealous but your colleagues at work will see you in a different light. Rob Connors, vice president of brand marketing at National Car Rental chats […]
Catherine Hamm, travel editor of the Los Angeles Times, talks with Paul about her program of including travel authors and speakers in the annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books April 9 -10, 2016 at the University of Southern California. Featuring world class authors, experts and a who’s who of folks in the travel business. […]
Maya Malick has a passion that is evident when Paul talks with her about restoring the historic Culver Hotel. Stars in several eras stayed in the hotel since several major studios were within walking distance. Laurel and Hardy filled several movies right outside on the streets of Culver City.
Roger Dow, President and CEO of U.S. Travel joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about the state of travel today and how the initiative to welcome overseas travelers is going. We also talk about the need to modernize airports in the US and how much states and cities in the U.S. benefit from the long […]
Evelyn Kanter joins Paul to chat about her book on finding peaceful places in the city.. The author of a series of blogs crammed with information on saving money in New York City, she turns her attention to finding places to preserve your sanity and to regroup and find refuge from the frantic energy that […]