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Maui remains one of the most popular Hawaiian islands for good reason. The island gets more than 2.2 million visitors each year, but the local population is only 150,000. But even at the better known and larger resorts, there are still some great secrets only the locals know. This week’s Travel Today podcast from Maui, and more specifically the Grand Wailea, which is now a Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
We’ll be joined by Doctor Norm Estin, a pioneer in Hawaiian urgent care, to discuss his most unusual island practice and making beach calls. Then we visit with Mark Dunkerley, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, who talks about the changing dynamics of travel in the 50th state, as well as what he loves and hates about airline travel. And if you can’t get enough of airplanes, why not fly one? We sit down with Laurence Balter, owner and instructor at the Maui Flight Academy, to learn about his one of a kind sightseeing flights over Maui, Lanai and Molokai. Who is at the controls on these adventures? You are! All this and more from the Grand Wailea!
Get ready for some things to go bump in the night. On this edition Dr. Ande will interview suspense author Lanai Lee about her latest projects.
Today's episode is brought to you by Writerstopia magazine; the Publication for Self Publishing.
Zak Noyle, of Surfer Magazine joins us and later, Lanai Tabura of Look Me in the Eye Wines. This is a special Hawaii Edition of Agent Caffeine.
Agent Caffeine by Kelly Mitchell is the pulse of business buzz. Providing you with front row seats to some of the top talent in tech, soclal, real estate, and marketing.Founded by Host & Producer Kelly Mitchell . We'll discuss the latest trends, how to's and news. Follow on Twitter @AgentCaff , Chat at #AgentCaff , Like us on Facebook.
What's black and white and read by avatars all over? The SL Enquirer! Join us for our interview with Lanai Jarrico as we learn what's newsworthy in Second Life, how the SL Enquirer has maintained its success, and the quirks of journalism in the virtual world.
Join Daria DiGiovanni, published author and Parasol Creations partner, on Thursday June 16 as she welcomes author Lanaia Lee to the Writestream Chat. Daria will chat with Lanaia about her work, and in particular, her psychological threiller Prey of the Scavenger, which has received raved reviews from numerous critics!
While listening, be sure to tune into the twitter hashtag #writestream to pose questions and interact with other tweeps. And if you are so inclined, Daria also welcomes your calls at 909-362-8228. Join her and guest Lanai Lee on Thursday, June 16 at 11 a.m. Eastern for what promises to be an excellent broadcast!
Check out: Daria's Author Site and LanaiasLair
Mike Bond writes socially-conscious thrillers inspired by his real-life experiences. His Aloha State thriller, SAVING PARADISE (Mandevilla Press) played a role in stopping the Big Wind and the Inter-island Cable Project in Hawaii. This project would have destroyed major parts of Molokai, Lanai and Maui with more than 40 square miles of wind turbines 42 stories high, all connected by high voltage cables through the Hawaii National Humpback Whale Sanctuary. In addition to drastic environmental and social effects on all three islands, it would have had a catastrophic impact on whales, dolphins and other ocean species including endangered monk seals and turtles.
Bond, a Maine native, has also been active in Maine environmental issues, creating http://savingmaine.org/ to raise awareness about the potential dangers industrial wind development might pose to Maine’s environment.
Mike Bond has been called the “master of the existential thriller” by the BBC and “one of the 21st century’s most exciting authors” by the Washington Times. He is a bestselling novelist, environmental activist, war and human rights correspondent and award-winning poet who has worked in many remote, dangerous parts of the world. His critically acclaimed novels depict the innate hunger of the human heart for what is good, the intense joys of love, the terror and fury of battle, the sinister conspiracies of international politics and multinational corporations, and the beauty of the vanishing natural world.
BAYWATCH BABE: ACTOR & ACTIVIST
Star of over 70 feature films and television programs, Alexandra Paul will be co-starring in the indy "THE FRANKENSTEIN BROTHERS," this month. In 2008, the indy film "TRU LOVED," swept film festivals. Last year she also starred in the movies "A DATE WITH MURDER," "FAMILY OF FOUR," "A SISTER'S SECRET," and "CHRISTMAS CRASH." She also guest starred in the Emmy nominated series, "MAD MEN," among others.
Internationally recognized for her 5-year starring role as Lt. Stephanie Holden in the hit series "BAYWATCH," Alexandra Paul began her acting career at age 18, starring in the highly rated telefilm "PAPER DOLLS." She then starred in the Warner Bros. motion picture AMERICAN FLYERS opposite Kevin Costner, DRAGNET opposite Tom Hanks & Dan Ackroyd, EIGHT MILLIONS WAYS TO DIE opposite Jeff Bridges & Andy Garcia, Stephen King's CHRISTINE, SPYHARD with Leslie Nielsen and two films opposite Pierce Brosnan.
An environmentalist/activist, Alexandra recycles, drives an electric car (her fourth EV), and will not use any products tested on animals. Some interesting facts about Alexandra:
In 2003, Alexandra spent 5 days in federal jail for protesting the war in Iraq.
In 2004, Alexandra competed in a 6.2-mile ocean swim off the coast of Bonaire, in the Dutch Antilles.
In March 2005 she captured worldwide media attention for her arrest during a protest to save some of the last remaining GM EV1 electric cars from destruction.
In September, 2006, Alexandra swam 10 miles in the Maui Channel Swim, an ocean swim race from the island of Lanai to the island of Maui.
The Battle Of The Stars Tarot will be a one hour after the Book writer's segment. So hang in there Witches, for a great show!! Lady Staraven and Madamstar's Tarots TONIGHT!!!
Lania Lee is a poet, and author, and more. She is a strong woman who is achieving despite the handicaps life has given her. A stroke victim...living in a wheelchair...forced to type with only one hand...she has penned books of poetry and novels and she will not stop. "Of Atlantis" first book of a five book fantasy series. Stay tune to this wonderful show
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