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Moving to St. Petersburg: The Un-Tourist Guide by Cindy Dobyns
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Cindy Dobyns. The original live interview was 8/7/15.
When you consider wiggling your toes in the powdery sand beaches of St. Petersburg, Florida who can resist thinking about relocating?
That's why Cindy Dobyn's parents piled four kids into a Buick Electra and headed south from chilly Chicago to seek fortune in Treasure Island, hoping it would be a lifestyle all would enjoy. Warm and friendly St. Petersburg turned out to be the best place to find a new career, quality of life and raise children.
If you are considering making St. Petersburg your new home, this book provides all the vital information you need to settle in comfortably and quickly. Join a quarter of a million people who currently enjoy year round sunshine, waterfront housing, abundant wildlife and outdoor activities, while pursuing careers or retirement in what they affectionately call, “The Burg.”
Cindy founded AboveWater Public Relations and Marketing, LLC in Naples, Florida after a whirlwind career in the hospitality industry. The marketing firm has grown to serve clients nationwide from offices in Naples, New Smyrna Beach, and Tampa.
To order the book click HERE
Cindy's websites are www.movingtostpeteguide.com and www.abovewater.com
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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
Of all the places to go to for 3 years, Diana Miller will tell all of her strores living in Thailand and using a scooter as her mode of transportation. Tourist or native? Join us to find out.
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Are you envious of entrepreneurs who come up with "The Next Big Thing" and wonder why YOU didn't think of it first? Dan Castro spent 7 years researching why only 1 person out of 10 sees "treasure" in the same pile of "trash". Tune in to hear what he discovered – and his 5-step system that will open your eyes to opportunities. Dan is the author of Hidden Solutions All Around You: Why Some People Can See Them and Some Can’t. www.HiddenSolutions.com
Vera Gilford, J.D. describes her "X-Zone" as the intersection of business and spirituality. Her background is eclectic: former senior litigation attorney for the IRS, former owner / operator of a bar in one of Miami’s hottest tourist attractions, cancer survivor, 3-time author. Hear Vera's advice on how to conquer your fear and unleash your inner pit bull with a box of Kleenex, and how playing your authentic game gives you an unfair advantage over the competition. Her new book: Success Tips from My Lessons in Business Leadership & Golf. VeraGilford.com
Bruce A. Raisch is back for an episode of Friday Night Frights!
Join Bruce for an evening of spooky stories, myth busting, weird news, conspiracy theories and more!
Path of Souls Paranormal may join us as well!
Was the German submarine, reported to have washed up in the Great Lakes, fact or fiction? Are the Petroglyphs, found by a drone plane flying over a lake in Vancouver, Canada, ancient petroglyphs or clever tourist attractions?
That and much more in this episode!
Join us in chat or maybe even call in, 646-716-6207, to hear more...
Where would America be without the Constitution, and the law, order and protection of our God given rights?
It's Our Wonderful Rights! By Madeline Peltzer HT Constituting America
"I gasped for breath and fought to keep my head above the icy waters of the Potomac. As I dragged the jumper onto the riverbank, police sirens wailed in the distance, helicopters circled the city, and through the driving snow I could see a barricade surrounding the National Archives building. The Constitution was missing and Washington, D.C. was panicking.
"Mr. Constitution, don't you know the whole city is searching for you?" I panted, helping him wring out his parchment. "Why did you jump off the bridge?"
"Why wouldn't I?" he moaned. "I have no reason to exist. I'm in everyone's way. They're only looking for me because I'm a moneymaking tourist-attraction."
"What makes you say that?"
"I hear what people say. That glass I'm under isn't as thick as you'd think. They complain that my checks and balances cause gridlock and nothing gets done. They call my Electoral College antiquated and insult me with talk of abolishing it. On top of that, they dismiss me as irrelevant. They think my authors couldn't have imagined life in the 21st century." He sighed. "I'm a washed-up fuddy-duddy."
RECON FILES, SHOW NOTES, SOCIAL MEDIA
Victory! The arch from the Temple of Baal planned for NYC has been CANCELLED, Japan wants tourist to pay using only their fingerprints, Russia postpones missile technology transfer to China, IRS sued for refusing to release secret 'church investigations' procedures, Iran's FM to Kerry: We Won't Negotiate Over Our Missiles, Christian Churches "Must be made' to affirm homosexuality, says New York Times Columnist, and more Global News.
In this segment of the Vince Anello show our guests are Niagara County Legislators Dennis Virtuoso and Jason Zona. A number of callers called in to discuss several County issues. The Niagara County Industrial Development Agency (NCIDA) was discussed and the callers questioned its value for Economic Development. Another caller asked if any further attempts have been made by the legislature to support a local law that will require subsidized housing units to be inspected. The direct pay to landlords was passed but the issue of inspections for the housing units lingers.
The controversial issue of assessments was brought up by one caller. The caller expressed her fear that the re-assessment process is often abused.
Legislators Virtuoso and Zona brought up the fact that the new Niagara County Manager Rick Updegrove will be taking over. Legislator Zona expressed his view as well as many others including the host that Niagara Falls needs a Convention Center. The host added that it's very important for the City of Niagara Falls to have another destination venue that will generate more tourist revenue. The Niagara Experience Center (NEC) and later Wonder Falls have been suggested for that purpose.
Chiang Mai, Thailand is one of the top tourist destinations of Southeast Asia easily accessible by plane, train or bus. A historic old town filled with Buddhist Temples, restaurants, and cafes along with markets, bazaars and modern shopping malls Chiang Mai has something for everyone.
Chiang Mai has also become an attractive base for digital nomads and entrepeneurs to live, with it's inexpensive lifestyle and up to date infrastructure.
The city is considered the cultural center of Northern Thailand. It's old town is filled with Buddhist temples and historic buildings.
On my most recent trip to the the capital of Chiang Mai Province I visited the Sunday Walking Market. Thousands of locals and travellers are drawn every week to the center of the old town for food, entertainment and a vast array of local handicrafts, clothing and other goods for sale. I also paid an early morning visit to one of the town’s most significant Buddhist temples, Wat Chedi Luang where the monks can be see in their pray rituals everyday.
Wat Chedi Luang is in the historic center of Chiang Mai and is one of the most iconic images of the old town, with it’s chedi that was partly destroyed by an earthquake in the 16 century. An early morning visit is highly recommended to enjoy it’s naturally peaceful setting and to sit in the main newer temple while the monks conduct morning prayers.
Thanks so much for listening to the Far East Adventure Travel Audio Podcast. Don’t forget to check out the video version of the podcast on iTunes. Follow me on TwitterPerriscope and Instagram and also watch for live streams on the Far East Adventure Travel Facebook page. You can find all of the links at fareastadventuretravel.com . Until next time this is John Saboe, safe travels and Namaste!
Bob and Elizabeth host this week as they talk about their visit to Winterail. After 38 years in Stockton, Winterail has moved to Corvallis, OR. It promises to be an interesting weekend as we head to Portland to ride Tri-Met's Westside Express, photograph stations on the way to Corvallis, attend the Friday night Pizza party and Slide Show, spend Saturday attending the various Winterail programs and swap meet and finish the weekend riding behind McCloud River 25 on the Oregon Coast Scenic on Sunday.