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This weeks episode is all about vacation etiquette. We will discuss preparation for 1st time cruisers, from reserving your first cruise, understanding stateroom categories, and the differences in being on certain decks. The discussion will include what to pack, tips on the boarding and disembarking process, and online registering for excursions, special dinners, and liquor packages.
We will discuss how to get your travel documents and luggage tags.
Also, on this weeks show, Yolanda will talk about while vacationing not being afraid to try new things, foods, wines, and restaurants. Understanding the differences in cultures and dining etiquette is important so there are no misunderstanings. And with this will be a lively discussion I'm sure on gratuities based on where you are and what's appropriate.
As always we'll have our weekly travel news and trends. And of course Shellda's Fun Facts.
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John Johnsen (Grendel Films) is a veteran producer/director/cinematographer/videographer of nature films and has taken viewers who generally don't know his name on many excursions into the back country to see the lives and behavior of bears, cougars, elk, and all manner of woodland creatures; all of the recognized, scientifically named and cataloged, academically-approved-of types of fauna. Now, officially in retirement, though, Johnsen has begun stepping out of the "factual parameters" set by scientific orthodoxy and headed off in the "Monsterquest" direction. Collaborating initially with Marlon (M.K.) Davis, the photo analyst who has done so much on the 1967 Patterson-Gimlin Bluff Creek bigfoot film footage, he launched Grendel Films with a documentary short on Davis and his bigfoot work. Then he met a writer-woodsman-Fortean researcher from western Kentucky named Bart Nunnelly and documentary project number two was soon up and going. This time the subject was NOT something anthropologically debatable, but, rather, something just plain WEIRD. Yet this something weird came as anecdotal accounts of strange encounters across parts of the U.S. by average Americans, common folk, who avow doggedly to have seen things that are just NOT supposed to be. We are essentially talking what seem like "were-creatures" here, and entering the realm of Linda Godfrey's books "The Beast of Bray Road" and "Hunting the American Werewolf". Fortean strangeness. We encounter here two folkloric Kentucky "monsters" (neither of which is Bigfoot); the "Spottsville Monster" of Henderson County, which terrorized the Nunnelly family in the 1970s, and the "Beast of the LBL" (Land Between the Lakes), another "something" that has a legend trailing back to the days of Daniel Boone and which may---MAY----have slaughtered a family of campers in Kentucky in the early 1980s.
Between May and June, there are three large railway events occuring in the southeast and midwest. Elizabeth Alkire will be discussing Streamliners at Spencer in North Carolina, the 2014 National Railway Historical Society convention in Springdale, Arkansas and Train Expo 2014 in Owosso, Michigan. She will also talk about the 21st Century Steam excursions with Nickel Plate Road 765 and other upcoming fantrips.
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Director of Travel Programs and Alliances for AAA, Inc., Glen MacDonell is the featured guest on The Strategy Sessions. He will discuss the best strategies for planning and maximizing your summer travel. He'll also highlight AAA alliances that could save you money, and enhance your travel experience. We'll cover staycations, solo travel, family excursions, and how to plan and execute large group travel to maximize the trip and have fun instead of stress. Tweet your questions LIVE @KesiStribling, or call into the show (805) 285-9841. Guest Bio: In his current role, Glen MacDonell is charged with the development and execution of the AAA Preferred Hotels® program which includes multi-channel marketing programs and the AAA rate program. Working with portfolio of leading hotel brands, the program generates more than $5 billion in annual hotel room revenue for preferred hotel partner brands. MacDonell also directs all phases of the corporate alliance between AAA and the Walt Disney Company, which includes exclusive benefit and onsite programs, consumer and travel agent sales programs, ticket programs, joint marketing partnerships, and a private labeled vacation package program. View more, including AAA resources: www.ksgsc.com/thestrategysessions.
Join us for 1 hour at 5 PM Eastern.
Host Nicole Brandon is one of the most sought after speakers in the world today. From Health, and Wellness to Wealth and Ultimate Success her seemingly unlimited well of information is simply mind boggling.
Nicole is known internationally for sharing her amazing secrets and remarkable knowledge on stage, screen, TV and in books throughout the world.
Please visit Nicole's website: http://www.nicolebrandonworldwide.com/
Nicole's Guest: Darlene Grimes - Isle of Love
Fantasy and Exotic Travel to Enhance Romance
Darlene is the CEO of the Isle of Love, LLC, Pahtal, LLC and the Mermaid Cove Project - Specializing in Fantasy and Exotic Travel to Enhance Romance. Darlene’s all star team has created adult-only, kid free, high end day excursions for cruise ship passengers in love. They also have a very special and ultra exclusive luxury adult-only, kid free eco-resort in the gorgeous country of Belize. If you've been looking for a Private, International, Luxury Vacation Club from Condos, Resorts, Vacational Rentals and Exotic Cruises then this is the show for you!
Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they welcome Eric Spinner to the show.
Eric "Squatcher" Spinner is a Certified Nutritional Consultant and Shiatsu Practitioner.
Owns a Health Food Store called Health Haven II in Medford, NJ. Been in business over twenty years, and in his spare time he goes out into the forest in search of what he likes to call "Shy Forest Creatures".
He has been researching the Bigfoot / Sasquatch mystery for the past eight years, but has been interested in Bigfoot since the age of ten after going to see "Sasquatch - The Legend of Bigfoot" at the movie theatre.
He has been on a number of expeditions, and also numerous solo excursions into the forest. He attended the NW PA BFRO expedition in 2008, and in 2009 he went to BC Canada on a private expedition. Has also done investigations in NJ, NE PA, Florida, and Missouri. His main research area is in the 1.5 million acres of the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Eric has done various radio interviews on the topic of Bigfoot, and most recently was involved with the NJ episode of Animal Planet's hit TV show "Finding Bigfoot". He was contacted by the producers, and assisted them with locations, and witness reports, and was also part of the town hall meeting, and other interviews and segments that were filmed. He is co-founder of NASBRO (North American Sasquatch/Bigfoot Researchers Organization) and has a website http://www.nasbro.net/ and a Facebook page by the same name.
David Smetko the CN Dispatcher will be our guest this week on this prerecoded episode on LTT. You can not call the show during this interview. We will learn about what his job entails, What segments of railroad he dispatches and then his hobby of rare mileage train riding. We willl go pack to his Illinois Central railroading beginnings and hear a story about him meeting Muhammad Ali. His days as a tower opertor with be discussed. A good show for sure!