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Join Jerry Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione as the talk with Undarlaa about "The Power to Choose" Programs for Schools in Mongolia.
The CAH-Mongolia under the direction of Founder, Undarlaa, is moving forward rapidly in its implementation of the AHI curriculum, Power to Choose (PTC).
In this last year alone, the Center has applied, been granted, and implemented a Swiss Development Agency grant for the Power to Choose program into five schools in the capital, Ulan Bataar. The youth in
Searching for Crystal Skulls all over the world
Tonights guests, Joshua Shapiro and his partner Katrina Head have been working closely together since early 2009 and have 18 personal crystal skulls and an old skull found in the ground in Mongolia when digging a dam.
Their new book, Journeys of the Crystal Skull Explorers: Travel Log 2: Search for the Blue Skull in Peru" which deals with three journeys to Peru that Joshua took to find a Blue Crystal Skull.
Joshua and Katrina was very active in the crystal skull communitiy and have been involved in extensive psychic and paranormal studies of crystal skulls.
Tiffany Coates originally set off on her very first motorcycle trip heading to India with her best friend and just two months bike riding experience between them. It proved to be a baptism of fire as they wobbled their way out of the UK and across Europe, negotiating with the various bureaucratically obsessed border crossings as they meandered and muddled their way through Asia to India. That first journey was supposed to last nine months but Tiffany ended up crossing four continents and spending two and a half years on the road, bitten by the motorcycle travelling bug.
Tiffany Coates is the world's foremost female motorcycle adventurer. She's crossed continents and logged nearly 200,000 miles since her first journey. Her motorcycle travels include Asia, Australia, Africa, the Americas, Timbuctoo, Outer Mongolia and even Everest Base Camp.
Diner of the Week: Kuppy's Diner in Middletown, PA
Visit Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website and follow them on Twitter. Read Garrison's new eBook, Eggs Over Easy Rider.
Meet Howard Olsen Founder and President of High Output Training Systems, Howard has transformed 25 years of trail blazing international sales success into his life’s purpose as a messenger of hope and courage. Equal parts dynamo and sales performance expert, he’s inspired and wowed audiences across the globe with engagements ranging from the keynote at NASCAR to training programs in Mongolia.
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Join me for a fascinating interview with Nate Winkler, the co-founder of Oregon Yerba Mate. Nate will share what he learned as he traveled throughout South America and Mongolia for over 3 years working with shamans and medicine men. He will talk extensively about yerba mate, known as the "Drink of the Gods" throughout South America due to it's energy and health providing benefits where it is consumed all day, everyday. It is national beverage of Argentina, Parag
The Mongolian Death Worm is a cryptid reported in Mongolia's Gobi Desert. The creature is reported to be very wide and 2-6 feet long and reddish in color. The death worm allegedy spits a venom or acid that can kill animals and humans. The Mongolian death worm has baffled Western cryptozoologists and scientists alike since it reached the media in a 1926 book titled "On The Trail Of Ancient Man." Tune in as this will be one show you won't want to miss!
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Join me Monday, July 18 at 6 p.m. PST. My guest will be blogger, photographer, and world traveler Jodi Ettenberg. About Jodi: "After 5+ years of working as a corporate lawyer to save up for round-the-world travel, I embarked upon the trip of a lifetime on April 1, 2008. I’ve traipsed through South America, South Africa, Russia, Mongolia, China, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, and the Dominican Republic. Pe
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LensFlare 35 is a weekly show brought to you by Dave Warner. In this week’s episode, Dave interviews Canon Photographer David duChemin. David is a world and humanitarian photographer based in Vancouver, Canada. His work on behalf of humanitarian organizations like World Vision Canada, Save The Children, and World Education Nepal has helped raise millions of dollars for sustainable community-based development and education in places like Mongolia, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nepal, an