An Insider’s Guide to San Diego

Travel journalist David Swanson joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss his new book, 100 Things To Do in San Diego Before You Die. Swanson, born and raised in San Diego, brings a real insider’s perspective to the city, whether revealing deeper insights into famous favorites like the San Diego Zoo, or revealing little-known secrets about […]

Travel’s Role in Fighting Racism and Social Injustice

BrownPassport‘s Samantha Isom joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss some of the challenges people of color face when traveling. Travel builds bridges and breaks down barriers, but the travel and travel media industries need to do more to combat racism. Samantha has been at the forefront of this issue for more than a decade, and […]

Get Out Into the Great Outdoors

As we all emerge from lockdowns, vacations in the great outdoors seem to be the most appealing. They’re easy places to social distance and a refreshing environment after months of being cooped up indoors. Chez Chesak, Executive Director of the Outdoor Writers Association, joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal how to safely venture out to […]

How to Preserve Your Vacation Memories

Tech guru James DeRuvo joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal how you can easily digitize those old photos and slides so they won’t deteriorate and you’ll have them forever. James outlines several easy ways to scan and digitize photos and offers some resources for storing them safely. Check out this episode!

Keeping the Air You Breathe COVID-19 Free

AtmosAir’s Tony Abate joins Paul and Elizabeth to discuss the company’s innovative air-purification technology and how it can help in the fight against COVID-19. AtmosAir’s patented bi-polar air ionization process, Tony says, is 99.92 percent effective in reducing viruses, including coronavirus. Airports such as Los Angeles International Airport and New York City’s La Guardia have […]

A Day in the Life of an UnCruise Expedition Guide

Kelly Sutter, an expedition guide with UnCruise Adventures, joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal the joys of leading passengers on excursions into Alaska’s natural world. Whether kayaking in tiny coves, bushwacking over the muskeg, or visiting with locals in tiny towns like Kake, Kelly never fails to inspire with her expertise and enthusiasm. Check out […]

The Allman Brothers, Portugal, and Driving an Ambulance from France to Guinea, Africa

GoNomad’s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal the backstories behind some of the website’s popular articles. He takes us to the Allman Brothers Band Museum at the Big House in Macon, Georgia, where you can see guitars, clothes, and other memorabilia from the band’s heyday. He also introduces us to Max Globetrotter, who […]

Pamplona, Spain, Has Fun, No Bulls

Local guide Francisco Glaria joins Paul and Elizabeth to share the joys of Pamplona, Spain. The famous Running of the Bulls, which usually takes place in July, isn’t happening this year because of coronavirus, but Francisco reveals that there are other great reasons to visit Pamplona, including wonderful pintxos, the Basque version of tapas; fascinating […]

Traveling in France During COVID-19

French and European Union residents can now travel throughout France. LuxeAdventureTraveler‘s Jennifer Dombrowski joins Paul and Elizabeth to report on a two-night trip she and her husband, Tim Davis, took to a village in the French Basque country. They stayed in a gite (a holiday accommodation), hiked a gorgeous gorge, and explored a cave in […]

Music, Sacher Tortes, and Lipizzans as Vienna Opens Up

The Vienna Tourism Board‘s Helena Hartlauer joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal how Austria is opening up to visitors. Currently only Austrians – and soon, Germans – can visit, but start dreaming now about the city of beautiful music, amazing pastries, and dancing horses. Check out this episode!