Emergencies/Disasters

Survival Techniques From Survival Expert Creek Stewart

Survival Techniques From Survival Expert Creek Stewart

Posted by on June 25, 2012  |  Add Reply

Creating a bug-out bag for your home and car in case of emergency makes a lot of sense but Creek Stewart has great tips for things you should always include when you travel, things that might save your life as well as just make life more comfortable. And he has soem persuasive ideas for why […]

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Hurricanes and Earthquakes Make Travel Insurance A Good Idea

Hurricanes and Earthquakes Make Travel Insurance A Good Idea

Posted by on August 24, 2011  |  Add Reply

Daniel Durazo of Access America a leading travel insurance company shares with Paul and Elizabeth the pitfalls to avoid in choosing travel insurance and why travel insurance makes sense in today’s fast-changing world. Need to be evacuated in the middle of a crises? Dan shares his expertise on medical evacuation policies.

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Surviving Earthquakes Isn’t All Luck

Surviving Earthquakes Isn’t All Luck

Posted by on March 11, 2011  |  Add Reply

We’ve gathered some tips from experts in the field of survival and from our own experience. What to do in an earthquake depends on circumstances since each differs but there are some things to do to increase your chances of personal calamity.

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Be Prepared For Travel Emergencies Overseas

Be Prepared For Travel Emergencies Overseas

Posted by on March 2, 2011  |  Add Reply

With the continuing political upheaval taking place overseas, it’s more important than ever to be prepared to deal with travel emergencies. Here are some possible steps to take. Each and every emergency situation is different and possibly changing by the day — along with who the official authorities are. You will need creative and thoughtful […]

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Traveling After A Disaster

Traveling After A Disaster

Posted by on November 22, 2010  |  Add Reply

When disaster strikes, does tourism dry up? Lonely Planet’s Paul Klamer joins us to talk about the impact of disaster on Haiti’s tourism based economy.

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