Paul and Elizabeth chat with Margie Goldsmith about her recent trip to Uganda and the saga of the harmonica.
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Florida Hikes is a great website and Sandy and John show you some of the best hikes in the state. Sandra chats with Paul about hiking in Florida. Paul and Elizabeth talk about the nuts and bolts of hiking. Things you need to know before you start out.
Paul and Elizabeth interview experts at the Monterey Bay Aquarium with Seafood Watch an organization dedicated to making us all aware of the possible death of the world’s oceans unless we stop stripping the seas of every edible fish.
Chris Christensen, whose Amateur Traveler, podcast and blog takes visitors to destinations around the world joins Paul to discuss Carnival in Dusseldorf and how it differs from other Carnival celebrations. For one thing it is huge and Chris was able to ride on a float and relates the exquisite agony of having to wave at […]
Anne Banas, correspondent here at Traveling and Executive Editor of Smarter Travel.com joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about Victoria, British Columbia and what a difference the seasons make. Anne discover restaurants, boutique hotels and a quieter side of Victoria without the crowds of summer. Anne couldn’t resist afternoon tea at the Fairmont’s Empress Hotel […]
Paul welcomes back Tom Adkinson, sage of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee to talk about the region in the Spring when the dogwood blooms. Their talk touches on black skillet cornbread, Dollywood and the National Park. Tom reports on the region a couple times of year for ONTravel. Pictured is Wonderworks an attraction where you can explore […]
Annette Thompson is a confirmed southerner who has tracked and celebrated the culture of the South as both a journalist and editor. Here she joins Paul to talk about some of the myths and also the special qualities that make the South so rich culturally. She also talks about the people and what makes them […]
National Park Correspondent, John Poimiroo joins Paul to talk about Jesse Benton Fremont. She is truly one of the unsung heroines of the West and deserves more recognition for the work she did. Here’s some background from material prepared by John for an honor richly deserved by her. There is a movement to rename Mammoth Peak […]
Senior Global Travel Correspondent Gary Arndt and National Geographic Traveler of the Year Shannon O’Donnell join Paul for part two of a chat about their adventures on a driving trip through several countries in Southern Africa. In general they have found the roads good and the people friendly and helpful. They also talked with Paul about an Africa that […]