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Bhaskar Krishnamurthy Travels To Kerala And Visits The City Of Cochin In India

Bhaskar Krishnamurthy Travels To Kerala And Visits The City Of Cochin In India

Posted by on July 14, 2014  |  Add Reply

Bhaskar Krishnamurthy joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the remarkable adventure that awaits in Kerala in Southern India. Bhaskar has compiled a list of great adventures to share.   1. Cruise the Backwaters on a houseboat – Kerala backwaters are a network of lakes, rivers and canals that covers half the length of the state. […]

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Gary Arndt Discovers Bermuda And The Price Of Being On An Island

Gary Arndt Discovers Bermuda And The Price Of Being On An Island

Posted by on July 14, 2014  |  Add Reply

Gary Arndt joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about Bermuda. It’s expensive, but beautiful and interesting. A destination that’s worth the trip. Gary shares his insights and also offers some suggestions for keeping costs under control.

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Chris Christiansen Takes The Amateur Traveler To Jordan

Chris Christiansen Takes The Amateur Traveler To Jordan

Posted by on July 14, 2014  |  Add Reply

Chris Christensen talks about a recent trip to Jordan when the Pope was visiting. He talks about the media crush around the Pope but he came away much more impressed with the natural beauty of the country and the welcome he experienced from the people. And yes of course he visited Petra.

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New Developments In Amusement Parks Keep Thrill Riders Asking For More

New Developments In Amusement Parks Keep Thrill Riders Asking For More

Posted by on July 11, 2014  |  Add Reply

Colleen Mangone chats with Paul about the future trends in theme parks. She is with the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions (IAAPA). The amusement park business is booming and Colleen talks about new rides and thrills that keep visitors flocking to see the newest and best. How high and how fast can you go?

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All The World’s A Stage In Portland Oregon For The Complete Works of Shakespeare

All The World’s A Stage In Portland Oregon For The Complete Works of Shakespeare

Posted by on June 12, 2014  |  Add Reply

The Complete Works Festival in Portland, OR, marks the first time the entire Shakespeare canon has been produced over such a brief period, or as a collaboration between so many independent companies. Most major American cities have only a single Shakespearean theater company. The Festival will span a two-year period, launching April 23, 2014 on Shakespeare’s 450th birthday – and running until April […]

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Crai Bower Discovers Big Game Fishing and Mayan Culture In Guatemala

Crai Bower Discovers Big Game Fishing and Mayan Culture In Guatemala

Posted by on June 12, 2014  |  Add Reply

Paul and Crai Bower talk about Crai’s latest trip to Guatemala and some of the adventures that made it truly memorable. Did Crai really catch a record billfish? Did he learn an ancient Mayan dialect?Did he learn to weave a shawl? Find out as Crai talks about one of the most fascinating and little known area in Central […]

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Portland Oregon Offers Amazing Opportunities For Recreation And Parks

Portland Oregon Offers Amazing Opportunities For Recreation And Parks

Posted by on June 11, 2014  |  Add Reply

Marcus Hibdon joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about the current scene in Portland, Oregon. Leading chefs are creating a new Northwest cuisine, boutique hotels are featuring design and fun along with rooms and then there is Voodoo Doughnuts. Bike trails, great gardens and even the pods are part of this report on a great […]

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Leslie Yap Talks Road Trips From The Pages Of Westways

Leslie Yap Talks Road Trips From The Pages Of Westways

Posted by on June 10, 2014  |  Add Reply

The latest edition of Westways, the magazine of the Automobile Club of Southern California reaches millions of readers with each issue. The current one is packed with information on great road trips both here in the U.S. and abroad. Topics include driving in Cambodia and Highway 50 in Nevada. Leslie Yap, editor-in chief , joins […]

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Hanging Out In Sydney, Australia, Marybeth Bond Climbs The Bridge

Hanging Out In Sydney, Australia, Marybeth Bond Climbs The Bridge

Posted by on June 2, 2014  |  Add Reply

Marybeth Bond our global travel correspondent checks in from Australia. Marybeth Bond, National Geographic Author, shares her discoveries on the Great Barrier Reef, on a camel in the Outback and on a climb of to the top of the Sydney Harbor Bridge. She writes in GutsyTraveler about Australia: Australia is clean, comfortable and familiar, and […]

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Margie Goldsmith Hangs Out With Gorillas In Rwanda

Margie Goldsmith Hangs Out With Gorillas In Rwanda

Posted by on June 2, 2014  |  Add Reply

 Margie Goldsmith returns from Rwanda with some hair raising tales of observing mountain gorillas in a national park. She witnessed acts of great kindness and flaming passion and learned about the role gorillas have played in helping the local people in parts of Rwanda.

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