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  • 00:38

    Dresden: Beauty and History on the Elbe River

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    Join Travel Brigade in Dresden, Germany, where we’ll witness the remarkable way this beautiful city has been rebuilt since World War II and the German reunification. We’ll walk through the Royal Palace and Zwinger, attend a concert in Frauenkirche and try traditional food and drinks at Sophienkeller. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:31

    Episode 5 (Realism)

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    It's Day Three and the guys have met some friendly people. Robert discusses the joy of meeting new and interesting people, but also brings a bit of realism to the scene. Also, Jack and Robert discuss if optimism and pessimism can be a drawn from realism.
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  • 00:32

    Soultrekking …. A whole different kind of Trip

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    Feeling unhappy, dissatisfied, lonely?  Do you fear that you’ve missed your calling?  Our guest today Jared Ciofalo wants you to know that At Any Given Moment You Have the Power to Say This is NOT How the Story is Going to End.
    Let us take you on a trek through YOUR soul.  Let’s discover your truths, your values and your worth.  Together let’s find your smile, your laughter and your joy.  
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  • 01:35

    TravelPulse Radio – Episode 9: Cuba, Airlines, Nintendo at Theme Parks, More

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    Check out Episode 9 of TravelPulse Radio featuring an interview with TravelPulse Airline Expert Paul Thompson. Also featuring TravelPulse.com Editor in Chief Tim Wood and Managing Editor Barry Kaufman breaking down the hottest topics in travel, including airline ancillary fees, Nintendo coming to Universal Studios, Elaine Chao as Secretary of Transportation and the future of travel to Cuba.

  • 01:39

    EAL Radio Episode - 335

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    The Eastern Airlines Silverliners host tonight's radio show.  Join us as our Guest Host, Colleen DeFelice talks with several of Eastern's finest - former Flight Attendants with Eastern.  We suspect that we'll find they have been successful after Eastern.  Join us Monday, October 2nd fot a 7:00 pm departure. See you at the Gate.    

  • 01:06

    Noelle Ortland’s New Zealand and Cook Island Adventure

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    To read the transcript go to http://have2travel.com/noelle_ortland/
    Noelle shares her thoughts and impressions on her first trip to New Zealand and Cook Islands.

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  • 00:29

    TRAVEL ITCH RADIO

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    Join Andrea Feczko, co-host of ABC's "Vacation Creation" as she talks about the show and her travels on the September 28th edition of TRAVEL ITCH RADIO. Also the correspondent for TV Land's '100 Best Places' and HLN's 'Vacation Chasers,' Andrea will tell how to travel on a budget, survive in a foreign country, avoid gaining weight, and ensure safety on traveling alone or overseas. Hear her exclusive interview with Dan Schlossberg and Priscilla Ann Willis at 8p EDT Thursday night on iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.com.

  • 00:55

    RoundTrip #025 – Take Your Asana to Thailand

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    Thailand is best known as the travel hub of Southeast Asia. Thailand is also known for its tropical beaches, royal palaces, ancient ruins, and beautiful temples.
    On this episode we talk with our friend Michelle Ruiz. Bona fide yoga goddess and travel enthusiast, Michelle shares her experiences in Bangkok and Phuket, Thailand. We also talk a bit about practicing yoga and how difficult doing yoga on the beach can be.
    If you're stuck on where to stay, internet access, and if you have to bring toilet paper. . . we got you covered on this episode. 

  • 01:06

    FLY BROTHER Talks with Expat Entrepreneur Brandon Collier

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    On this episode, I talk with Brandon Collier, American startup entrepreneur, strategic alliances professional, and overall cool brother living in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Working in the corporate sector for over 8 years, he established and managed critical partnerships throughout the Americas in industries such as engineering and construction, oil and gas, telecom, finance, retail, IT, government, and health care, before deciding to move to Brazil full-time and work for himself. Considering that the journey is the destination, Brandon is on a journey to continue cultivating his passion for music, gastronomy, travel, social and community action, and now disruptive innovation via his startup, Entrusters. Today, we talk about studying, starting over, starting a business overseas, and a whole lot more. Tune in and get lifted!

  • 00:24

    #03: Vegan Water Detox

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    While traveling is demanding in itself, I still need to pay attention to my body. During my last days in Colombia and my first days in Ecuador I embarked on a 10 day, no food - water detox. Think about it like changing the oil of your car, detoxing is the same. Cleaning the shit out of your body, resrafting clean and gaining mass cognative benefits on top. I gorged on baked yuka, potatoes and burritos the night before my fast and I was proud of my last meal. It wasn't easy as some days I was moving around, leave and crossing land borders, taking transportation and even exploring mountains and craters! All with very little energy... The before and after pictures can be found here:
    https://celinasky.com/water-fast-detoxing-my-body/
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  • 01:01

    Exploring Hakone Gardens, Chocolate Travel, California Wines and Lansing, MI

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    At 100+ years old, Hakone Gardens is a National Trust and one of the oldest Japanese estate and gardens in the Western Hemisphere.  In honor of its centennial, Hakone is celebrating its beginning and lasting endurance with multi-year events and activities.  Historian and Hakone Foundation Board Member, Connie Young-Yu, shares the richness and history of this oasis that sits on the edge of Silicon Valley.
    We'll examine the emerging trend of chocolate travel with travel writer and Chocolatour publisher, Doreen Pendgracs.
    Speaking of wine...California has been a leader in developing and implementing sustainable programs in a number of industries, but most prominently in its winemaking practices.  Allison Jordan with California's Wine Institute takes us on an excursion through the state's famous winegrowing regions and she offers the backstory behind their earth-friendly practices.
    Lansing, Michigan has blossomed into a dynamic cultural center and the city has grown far beyond the small plot of land that European explorer Hugh Heward discovered while canoeing down the Grand River in 1790.  Lori Lanspeary from the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau tells us why Lansing, home to Michigan State University, is much more than a college town.
    Finally, we'll shine a destination spotlight on the Dominican Republic and Cabo San Lucas from the floor of the Adventure Travel Show in Washington, D.C.

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