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Travel with Africah, the newest of the endeavors of Africah Harrigan, is a weekly blog that features activities, events, and fun things that she has done while traveling. Throughout her years of traveling, Africah has often found that people are a lot more enthusiastic to explore or try new things once they venture out from their hometown. However, they are the same people, who often overlook the beauty and attractions of their hometown and will probably opt to remain homebodies or follow a daily routine.
Whether you are a traveler or not, her philosophy is to “Live Life like a Tourist!” No matter where you are. By this, she means to explore new activities, attend a variety of events, or tantalize your taste buds with a new delicacy. Each place is unique. For instance, you can drive on a highway in Portland, Oregon that is parallel to snow-capped mountains, or drive alongside the aqua blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean on the waterfront in downtown Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands! Sit back, relax and join the journey with her.
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Africah Harrigan is a television personality who has hosted several television programs, recorded voiceovers for radio and television commercials, and has represented businesses as an on-camera spokesperson. When she is not working, she enjoys sharing her travel experiences.
To find out more visit www.AfricahHarrigan.com
We had so much to share on Los Angeles – here is part 2. There are so many interesting places to see and things to do that are low cost or free. Tune in and find some great places to visit. If you missed part 1, it aired on October 15th and you can listen to the archived copy of Los Angeles part 1.
When we say Los Angeles, we are referring to the entire metropolitan mass of cities and towns that the locals call 'The Southland'. From the Pacific beaches to Disneyland and across town to Universal Studios and Hollywood, the tourist flock to Los Angeles every year. But we have uncovered some places that most out-of-towners miss and few locals take the time to explore. The best part is that these destinations don't cost an arm and a leg and generally are not crowded.
The City of Angels has great history, lots of international culture, beautiful gardens, and an abundance of amazing man-made monuments and architecture. There are spiritual centers of many faiths, quiet and scenic hiking treks, incredible food options, and shopping like nowhere else. If you are travelling to Los Angeles this year, or maybe you're a local who needs to get out more, we've got the ideas for you. Guaranteed to interest both old and young. So join us as we Get Real! in Los Angeles.
We have ideas for you in a wide variety of topics from traveling with kids, great get-aways with someone special, health and wellness tips, healthy lifestyle keys, relationships, current events and trends.
Find us on the internet at www.wellnessandtoys.com and connect with us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/indigomountain
Poet and Bird have the pleasure of sharing time with our old friend, Martin Townend. We discuss TT history, the impact the TT Races has on the island, what it takes to stage the TT, the role of course marshals. There will be a ton of content that could be deemed "ephemera" but is actually quite useful to anyone planning a trip to the wee island.
This week, Chris talks about reaching his 1,400,000.0 rail-mile, why it took so long, and what he will be up to next. We will have some guests on join us and Chris will relive his past trips with you. We will talk about the Chris' trips in the United States, Mexico and Canada, as well as tourist trains and along with rare-mileage trips. He will tell you all about what he has done since we last shared with you on this show. Join us for a very interesting show this week. You can listen live or in the archieves.
LanceScurv goes in on the recent Electric Daisy Carnival that was held in Orlando Florida because of the underlying issues that this event revealed that many who live in Central Florida refuse to acknowledge.
For those who do not live in Orlando and visit as a tourist, there is a fierce takeover of many Black neighborhoods here by corporate interests that are backed by the local government who are both driven by greed and other self serving motivations.
Most who live here and abroad who occupy these key positions in government, law enforcement and media know exactly what is going on and work together seamlessly to orchestrate the obvious gentrification that has eaten away at these traditionally Black neighborhoods like a cancer.
The Black communities such as the Callahan, Parramore, Washington Shores and Orange Center areas as well as the eventual covert and well planned takeover of the Richmond Heights/Carver Shores neighborhoods have forces at play that are very aggressive yet thrive under the radar of those who do not have any contact in these areas.
Because of the media and how they slant their coverage of the aforementioned areas, the general consensus of those who don't live there is that it's a drug infested, downtrodden, crime ridden burden to society and a blight on the beautiful face that Orlando shows to the world who arrive here in record numbers to eagerly enjoy a wonderful vacation in the manufactured engineered paradise that we all know Orlando to be.
The Black residents who live in these neighborhoods are regularly demonized by the media making it a bit easier to not hear their cries of harassment when the police do just that in blatant fashion.
The Blacks who live there in the minds of those who are bloodthirsty for that precious real estate that lies underfoot must be banished from there by any means necessary so that they can move on with the business at hand.
This episode we will speak with Pauline Salzer of The Passport and Visa Company to discuss the different required documentation for international travel. Pauline will speak specifically about Brazil with the Summer Games on many people's radar, now is the time to learn what you will need.
Pauline will discuss the difference in work visas', student, and tourist visa's. We never know where we may end up and what travel opportunities may come our way so this will be a great show to learn what's needed and the process.
We'll also discuss tourism trends in Brazil, the many Unesco Heritage Sites, Wellness, and Ecotourism. And of course provide the available package for the Summer Games in Rio Summer 2016.
In Travel News: Calling all Single Men. There's a singles cruise that has more women signing up than single men and we need to even things out. Find out where they are going and what they will be doing.
The Quantum of the Seas is in New Jesery about to sail for the first time and there are still some surprises we'll reveal.
Funjet Vacations and Southwest Airlines have partnered to bring direct flights from Texas to Mexico and the Caribbean!
Computers Vs Customer Service-Did you know that online agencies are using your personal information to create a customized price for your travel?
Question of the Month: What Destination is your Favorite for Food?
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I am a 5th Generation white 62 year old, born & bred in Johannesburg and now living & working in Durban, I have to work just to survive. I am in the sales profession, but because of my age and colour of my skin, I earn a pittance, but fortunately I do earn commission.
If you're white and employed, you take whatever they throw at you, and you don't argue, you are only too happy to have a job.
I have 2 children living in London, 1 married and 1 single.
By the time my 22 year old son was 15, he had had a gun at his head on 3 occasions, (2 Hi-jacking’s and 1 violent armed robbery).
I am 61 year old and have 2 daughters. My eldest who is 39 years of age was attacked when she was about 18 (1993) her and her boyfriend were attacked outside a pub he was running in Benoni. Fortunately she was not hurt and he came off lightly. They were both traumatized. She is living in Kentucky and has been there for 4 years.
My youngest daughter lives in Cape Town and was raped by Black man.
I decided to leave SA in 1992 after a visit to my sister who had then moved to New Zealand. I saw the writing on the wall and knew it was a matter of time before we ended up in a Zimbabwe type debacle.
I eventually got my break to immigrate to NZ.in 2001.and has been here most of the time in my own business.
I live in a small town (Mangonui) in the far north of the north island.
I have a cafe/bakery in a town about 30 kilometers north of where I live on one of the tourist routes to the northern tip of the island.
Tonight will be part two on my topic on where was and has slavery lasted the longest? And why isnt it being taught in school when local history and world history is taught to us as children? Why do we learn of this horrific history by only B/Academia and not W/Academia if it actually occurred on the scale that we have been led to believe? How many of we have memory of the Trans Atlantic slave trade also called the Maafa? However we watch movies on slavery played by White and Black actors and now it is seared in our minds that these awful things happened because now a (movie) told us it did? They did the same thing with the movie the TEN Commandments. Which I actually own by the way. But the world knows the Biblical Hebrews were never a white people, and yet because of this movie Polish Germans have been allowed to pass themselves off as Biblical Black Jews. Wow, that is majic. Are African or Black Educators responsible for not teaching true history to Black children globally? Ayiti/Haiti occupies small satellite islands known for tourists, including; lle-a-Vache", which includes Port Morgan and Abaka Bay. In French, the country's nickname is La Perle des Antilles (The Pearl of the Antilles), because of its natural beauty. It is the most mountainous nation in the Caribbean and the country's highest point is Pic la Selle, at 2,680 metres 8,793 ft. By area, Haiti is the third largest Caribbean nation after Cuba and the Dominican Republic with 27,750 square kilometres 10,714 sq mi (roughly the size of the U.S. state of Hawaii or the country of Belgium by population, Haiti is the second largest Caribbean nation, with an estimated 10.7 million people, just under a million of whom live in the capital city, Port-au-Prince. How long have BA's really been enslaved and should we all be labeled Africans?
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Matthew L. Swayne is a journalist who writes the Anti-Matter column, for Omni Reboot, which looks at fringe science and the paranormal. Matthew's interest in ghostlore and the paranormal combine in his book "Haunted Rock and Roll; Ghostly Tales of Musical Legends". Which of our iconic music legends haunt us from beyond the grave? We'll find out on this episode!
Joy Neighbors is an imporov comedian who describes herself as an avowed “Tombstone Tourist,” With an avid interest in cemeteries, history, photography and travel she has researched and written her weekly cemetery culture blog, A Grave Interest for five years and commits to a few speaking engagements about cemeteries and genealogy, each year." Don't be surprised by anything we come up with for this show!
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"Clearly" last night's episode of #Castle was hilarious. This 3rd epiosode of Season 7 entitled "Clear and Present Danger" was written by Dara and Chad Creasey and directed by Kate Woods and it was truly a FUN hour of television. If you haven't watched it yet, you are in for a real treat.
Tonight after the latest news we'll talk about it and hope that you'll join us in the discussion ~ we'd love to actually hear your thoughts. Elena's questions can be reviewed here so you can be thinking about conveying what you think:
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Destination, the DALMATIAN COAST. Mention the Dalmation Coast and many travelers thin of Dubronik, that popular tourist City heavily shelled following th breakup of Yugoslavia and since restored.
Europe is rampant with history and drama. Other ports continue to display their quiet charm through historic old towns, ovely landscapes and colorful folklore.
Explore the ancient Roman province of Dalmatia stretched along the Adriatic from what is now Croatia, south into Montenegro.
The Cathedral of St. Dominus...etc.
The Bay of Kotor...etc.
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