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Tonight on "Living Off The Grid" we are back with Mr. Charles Tyler with the Part 2 of last nights conversation of "How To Go International". Mr. Tyler shall touch on the following topics:
Brazil beach party updates.
How to get your passport.
Tips on getting your travel visa
Financing your trip to Brazil.
Business opportunities in Brazil
Advice on meeting "quality" women in South America.
Networking BEFORE you get to Brazil.
Be sure to call in early so that you can ask Charles T. any questions that you might have.
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In Winnipeg, they don’t hibernate in the Canadian winter, they get out and enjoy it. Travel Brigade visits Manitoba’s biggest city where, when the rivers freeze over, people gather to skate and play hockey on them. This is a city where people actually ice skate to work! We’ll learn about local dining and fun hotels, places to keep warm, and Manitoba’s own version of “The Da Vinci Code” in the legislative building. We’ll also go from the outdoor cold indoors to a hot experience at a Turkish-style hamam. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
Travel Brigade celebrates the 102nd CFL Grey Cup played in Vancouver on Sunday, Nov. 30, between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Calgary Stampeders by taking you to Regina, Saskatchewan, home of the most passionate fan-base in the Canadian Football League, and maybe in all of football anywhere in North America. Any time the Saskatchewan Roughriders play at home in the city of Regina, it becomes a unique event you can build a travel weekend around. Come with Travel Brigade to find out how to have a fun football weekend in this friendly place full of fans who “Bleed Green.” We’ll have interviews with the fans, cheerleaders and players for this team that is literally owned by the fans, and talk about why each home game is a celebration of being in Saskatchewan. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
Study abroad and global citizenship were front and center at a recent White House Travel Summit. The White House invited the most influential travel journalists and bloggers to join policymakers here in Washington, D.C. to discuss how the U.S can build stronger relationships to the rest of the world with the help of young Americans, especially through study abroad programs. World Footprints was there and today we will bring you some of the highlights from the speakers and panelists who spoke.
The White House Travel Bloggers Summit on study abroad and global citizenship sought to build on President Barack Obama's vision of studying, learning and working together as a way to bring prosperity to the United States and the world. On today's show you'll hear from policy makers and thought-leaders like (in order of appearance): Benjamin Rhodes (Dep., National Security Advisor), Evan Ryan (Assistant Secretary of State), Bernadette Meehan (National Security Council), Patrick Dowd (Millenials Trains Project), Paula Froelich (Yahoo Travel), Johathan Greenblatt (Special Asst. to Pres. Obama), Daniela Kaisth (Inst. of International Education), Penny Pritzker (Secretary of Commerce), Tina Tchen (Michelle Obama's Chief of Staff), Robert Reid (National Geographic), Robin Goldberg (Minerva Project), James Howard (iHeart Radio) and Don Wildman (Travel Channel).
In what would become one of her final interviews, World Footprints enjoyed a intimate chat with "Global Renaissance Woman" Dr. Maya Angelou. Dr. Angelou shared some wisdom, insights and stories from her incredible life's journey, including the transitional relationship with her mother Vivian Baxter. Her mother shared messages of courage, hope, forgiveness and unlimited possibilities and those messages are what Dr. Angelou attributed to many of her life's blessings. Dr. Angelou joined us to talk about her last book "Mom & Me & Mom" and she generously offered nuggets of wisdom for everyone. Dr. Angelou's time with us was the most memorable interaction we've ever experienced and we greatly miss her presence.
We continue along the heart's path and take a short trip to a city that is near and dear to us--Detroit, where we share the city's great comeback and one of the greatest reinvention stories in America. Finally we chat with a dear friend, artist Michele Wood - a Coretta Scott King award-winning illustrator whose work is displayed in her book "I See the Rhythm of Gospel"
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.
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Just for Christmas... NBC News correspondent and former Middle East Bureau Chief, Martin Fletcher, joins World Footprints to share his new book, Walking Israel. Fletcher’s book chronicles his adventures and insights as he walked along the coast of Israel meeting people and immersing himself in his surroundings. We will discuss some of the misperceptions that some have of Israel and why a visit to the historic country is worth considering.
Then, the art of human rights in the African Nation of Eritrea takes center stage as we introduce you to artist and activist Elsa Gebreyesus who is using her art to encourage hope, preserve history and fight political oppression across an ocean.
Finally, “Who-ville” comes alive and everyone from Horton to the Cat in the Hat raises awareness of a variety of social issues when curator Bill Dreyer takes us inside the art of Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss). Dreyer represents the Art of Dr. Seuss and he will tell us why Dr. Seuss was ahead of his time with his art and its commentary on everything from discrimination, the environment, to the state of the economy.
World Footprints hosts Tonya and Ian will reintroduce you to two of their favorite guests: Pauline Frommer and Patricia Schultz. Pauline and her dad, the famous Arthur Frommer opened the doors of affordable travel to many Americans with his travel guide books, and Pauline joins World Footprints to talk about her family’s travel legacy and her efforts to create her own legacy in the travel space. Then Patricia Schultz, author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller, 1,000 Places To See Before You Die, joins World Footprints for an interesting pair of conversations about her books, travels and her transformative experiences.
World Footprints takes you on an exciting journey through Montana’s Missouri River Country as we go digging for dinosaurs and gold. First, we’ll go in search of Carl the Dinosaur with the help of Dave Trexler and Sue Frary of the Great Plains Dinosaur Museum and Field Station as they take us digging for dinosaur bones. We’ll introduce you to Brenda Koss, whose family-owned ranch has produced some major dinosaur fossils, including one discovered by her daughter Kennedy. Then it’s off to Zortman, an interesting gold rush era town nestled in Montana’s Little Rocky Mountains that’s filled with lot of character and characters alike, and we’ll learn about this quirky place from one of the town’s resident entrepreneurs, John Kalal.
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