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Myths and Mountains Vice President, Allie Almario joins the Transformed Traveler, blogtalkradio's top travel show, taking us to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands.
You will enjoy Allie's approach to travel and her expertise relative to South America.
Sponsored by Mission Capital Management, Maui Joe Coffee, Gracefully Yours Cards and Journals.
Daniel Noll, Co-Founder & Chief Storyteller, Uncornered Market andExperiential Branding & Digital Marketing Advisor, QV Global joins the Transformed Traveler.
This show is sponsored by AAA and their Life Lessons from Family Vacation book available on www.gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite site for inspirational greeting cards and gifts.
Hawaii based traveler and author Robert Wintner joins Transformed Traveler for an encore to debut a new book and short film REEF LIBRE, A Look At Cuban Exceptionalism and The Last, Best Reefs in the World.
This show is sponsored by Transformed Traveler Journals and AAA. Visit www.gracefully-yours.com to purchase the world's greatest travel journals.
Thanks and Aloha,
Joan Lloyd for Robert Wintner
Transformed Traveler features Gary Marriage. Gary's team have identified their own style of transformative travel....creating long term, economic change by applying entrepreneurial skills.
Also on today's Life Lessons show is Marty Babits.
This show is sponsored by Rowman & Littlefield's Life Lessons from Family Vacations book, now available on www.amazon.com.
Transformed Traveler explores when your destination is a surprise.
This show is presented by AAA and their Life Lessons from Family Vacations book. Purchase this humorous book on www.amazon.com or www.gracefully-yours.com and receive a free AAA bag tag.
Allie Almario of Myths & Mountains returns to The Transformed Traveler adventuring to South America. She will have the latest report on the Chilean earthquake and provide insights on Peru.
This show is sponsored by AAA and their extraordinary travel journals. Visit www.shop.transformedtraveler.com for discounts on the world's best travel journals.
Transformed Traveler with Kathryn Kemp Guylay on Mountain Mantras. This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and travel journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for more information.
The Expedia 2015 Airplane Etiquette Study just released this month (November) found that 59% of Americans believe “Inattentive Parents” – parents who exhibit little or no control over their children – are the 2nd most aggravating co-passengers.
The number 1 most aggravating? “Rear Seat Kickers.” And since kids tend to be the biggest culprits, parents are feeling the pressure here, too, when it comes to travelling.Additionally, social shaming has become a reality, according to the survey. A quick glance at #UnrulyKids and you’ll find many of the social media posts originate from airports and airplanes.But with holiday family vacations creating some of the best memories for children and their parents, what can we do to make the travel experience awesome for all involved?
Live via satellite from Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Travel Expert (and mother of four) Sarah Gavin is available to discuss: How parents can enhance their attentiveness while on the road during the busiest travel season of the year. What her personal survey of children revealed about how parents change on vacation.Additional findings from the 2015 Airplane Etiquette Study
We heard you did a study about the most annoying people on planes. Who came in as most annoying and what to do you do this holiday if you’re stuck next to them? Or if you’re one of them?
That looks like the Disney castle behind you. What’s new at Disney this holiday season? How can families save money this holiday? Do you have any tips and tricks on when to buy, when to travel. Any other news in advance of the holiday travel season?Where can our viewers for go for more information?
It took one trip during college for the travel bug to bite Janna Graber. Her first international trip inspired an award-winning writing career, television appearances and countless travel experiences that she could only dream of. Janna has written for more than 40 publications and she's published three books. Her latest, A Pink Suitcase, offers 22 tales of women's travel and the internal and external journeys they experienced as they explored the world.
The multi award-winning CBS reality show, The Amazing Race, has been entertaining audiences since 2001. The show was created by partners Eleise Doganieri and Bertram van Munster as part of a bet. Viewers have traveled around the world vicariously through The Amazing Race teams as they race for the $1 million grand prize. As part of World Footprints' "Best Of" series we are sharing our interview with Executive Producer Bertram van Munster who joined us a few seasons ago to share his travel experiences and give us a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the making of his Emmy-winning show.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has four Trusted Traveler programs that it oversees. Each program offers specific benefits defending on a traveler's needs. Steve Redlinger from DHS joins us to explain the three programs under the Customs and Border Protection Agency that benefit international travelers.
Paul Theroux's Deep South is revealed on Transformed Traveler. Hear about one of our favorite travel writer's newest book and his observations about journeys through the poorest parts of America.
This show is presented by AAA and Life Lessons from Family Vacations. Purchase this book on www.transformedtraveler.com or www.shop.gracefully-yours.com.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon kick off the holiday season with a special Thanksgiving-week discussion of one of this program's most enduring topics: what we have to be thankful for.
The list is probably a lot longer than you think!
Research shows that grateful people are healthier and happier. That should be reason enough for anyone, but there's more. Is it possible that gratitude somehow makes us better prepared for the future than its alternatives?
Phil and Stephen discuss why this might be the case while listing their some top reasons fro being grateful.
Stephen's list of things to be grateful for:
Room Temperature Quantum Entanglement
Growing Vocal Chords in the Lab
NASA Orders Spaceflights
Going to Europa
Hero of La Belle Equipe