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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.  
    Connect with Jared Ciofalo, Soultrekker Intuitive Life Guidance: Channeling the Hearts Truth •Website•Facebook•Instagram •The Good Men Project
     Join Kelly at Bucket List Retreats & TRAVEL CLUB Website•Facebook •YouTube •Instagram •Twitter • Pinterest

  • 00:54

    Moving Abroad Talks With An Expat Living In Portugal

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    Moving Abroad is a new radio show about the lifestyles of expats.  An expatriate (often shortened to expat) is a term used for retirees and others who have chosen to live outside their native country.  
    Our guest for this segment, Cynthia Kirkwood, moved to the countryside of central Portugal from rural Cornwall in Britain. Born and raised in New York by parents who emigrated from Belize, she was a newspaper journalist in the United States, working at papers around the country. She left San Francisco for Sicily in 1994 and has lived in Europe since then.   Cynthia wrote an online book about her move called "Portugal Is Personal" at http://cynthiaadinakirkwo.wixsite.com/portugal-is-personal
    Cynthia has also written a novel about a fictional character from Britain who turns outlaw in Los Angeles that can be found here https://www.amazon.com/Turn-Tune-CYNTHIA-ADINA-KIRKWOOD/dp/9899987301/15489094.  You can read more about her at www.cynthiaadinakirkwood.com. For future shows, please be sure to check back here or on our website http://www.LifeAfterMovingAbroad.com.  Thanks for listening!

  • 00:44

    Reel Travels #15: Travels With Darley Newman

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    Welcome to Reel Travels, episode 15, the podcast for film and tv lovers who ALSO love to travel. My name is Lisa Iannucci and I’m not only the founder and host of this podcast I’m also the author of On Location: The Film and TV Lover’s Travel Guide 
    A shoutout to our sponsor, Mario Scalzi of Parker Villa Tours!
    Today my guest is Darley Newman and if you have Amazon Prime you might know Darley from her show Travels with Darley. She’s an Emmy-nominated TV host, travel entrepreneur and expert, and she’s here to talk about her life, her career and her film/tv travel too. You can find Darley on Twitter @darleynewman and on her website at travelswithdarley.com. 
    Follow me on Twitter at @virgintraveler and follow my podcast. This is Lisa Iannucci of Reel Travels. See you next week and in the meantime get out and travel! 

  • 00:21

    Whirl With Merle

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    Actress, Comedienne and singer Marilyn Michaels's new book, How Not to Cook, for the Rest of Your Life is an ANTI-cookbook but gives you plenty of food for thought! Equal parts biography, and scrimp-n'-save philosophy, this laugh-out-loud rant, come with humorous revelations about her experiences working with  many celebrities with a whole chapter devoted to working with Jule Styne on the National Company of Funny Girl, at the same time Streisand was doing it on Broadway. Of course it tells a lot about meeting up with Streisand and everything she learned from that encounter.
    Marilyn made her mark chosen by composer Jule Styne for the role of original Fannie Brice in the National Tour of Funny Girl. She also appeared on Broadway in Catskills on Broadway. Her numerous TV appearances included being the only female performer in the Emmy Award winning comedy series "The Kopykats".
    Mark Wilk co-authored the children's book "A Dog Named Randall" along with writing several articles for the New York Times (with Ms. Michaels) and a new musical comedy, Alysha (lyrics and book) with music and book by Ms. Michaels.
    The book is now available on Amazon.com  www.marilynmichaels.com  

  • 01:20

    Episode 381-2 - EAL Radio Show

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    What really happened in Charleston?  Hosts describe the 2018 Retired Eastern Pilot Convention held this past week in Charleston, SC.  We also pay tribute to One of America's most tragic days - September 11th, 2001.  Join us when we depart the Gate at 7:00 PM ET.  See you onboard.

  • 01:47

    Side Roads with Dave Wilber Ep. #5, Long Haul with Guest Joe Canell

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    Guest Joe Canell and Host Dave Wilber buckle in for a long run. There is much to talk about and much to discuss. Join the Veteran and the Rookie.
    They don't leave any stones unturned and dont mince words with their truth telling style. No BS here.
    The Side Roads is made possible by having great guests and by having great music. The official provider of music for The Side Roads is Denver based band, The Railbenders.

  • 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.

  • 01:02

    Great Destinations: Belize and Roatan (Mahogany Bay)

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    Exciting Exotic Destinations that most people would not think about flying to or sailing to: Belize and Roatan Island (Mahogany Bay).  Learn about Currency, Food, and Things to do when flying to or sailing into these great destinations.  Also enjoy some great Travel News and Travel Trends.  Co-host today with Shellda and Duane.

  • 00:46

    Multicultural Tourism: What is it and why is it important?

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    December 18, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
    THEME: Multicultural Tourism: What is it and why is it important?
    INTERVIEW GUEST: Mr. Lou Phillips
    Lou Phillips is the Former Managing Director of Urban and Community Relations for American Airlines and the Founder and President of the Multicultural Tourism Development Alliance. After 27 years of service at American Airlines, Lou retired and founded a Northern Virginia branch of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson's Association. The Association launches strategies to celebrate African American History on a daily basis. In 2002, he launched "The Clio Exchange” television show as a tool to showcase African American achievements and expand public awareness of Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Lou is currently the President of iFaith Golf, a non-profit which sponsors the annual iFaith Golf Challenges to help feed the hungry, and the host of the Clio Exchange Express radio program.
    As the population of the United States becomes more diverse and globally more interdependent, it is important that we all become engaged as multicultural global citizens. Whether it's for gaining essential job & life skills or enhancing our contributions as international citizens, the importance of understanding and respecting cultural differences is becoming a global imperative. Multicultural travel plays an important role in understanding cultural differences.  Multicultural travel provides leisure and education. It enhances the traveler’s knowledge of the histories, cultures, and contributions of diverse groups in our global society. Multicultural travel also promotes a higher quality of personal decision-making and critical thinking regarding issues of cultural pluralism. Multicultural tourism is the fastest growing segment in the travel industry. What is multicultural tourism, who actually travels and why is it important?

  • 00:35

    Walk Through UNESCO World Heritage Site-Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal

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    https://www.patreon.com/FarEastAdventureTravel Support my podcast by becoming a patron! Exclusive chat, content, and other offers available to patrons. Check out my Patreon page to see all of the offers!
    The Kathmandu Valley of Nepal has some of the most interesting, cities, towns, villages, and unique architecture along with several Unesco designated world heritage sites. Kathmandu's Durbar Square is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Nepal but it is also a working social center with many temples that are visited by worshippers every day along with it's purpose as a social center. There were several temples and buildings that were damaged during the 2015 earthquakes but work is finally underway to restore the famous "royal square" back to it's state pre-earthquakes. In this podcast I visit the square and survey the current restoration and describe the state of many of the buildings. If you're interested in seeing the current state of Durbar Square-Kathmandu you can visit my Far East Adventure Travel page where I am currently featuring many sites of the Kathmandu Valley in 360 format. You can also visit my YouTube page and subscribe to the channel for my latest videos from Nepal.http://www.youtube.com/c/JohnSaboefareastadventuretravel
    Please write a review and help others discover Far East Adventure Travel:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/adventure-travel-far-east-inspired-by-rick-steves-lonely/id1079513943?mt=2

  • 00:30

    WDW Fan Zone BlogCast #165 - It's All About Disney

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    This week's show is all about our Disney passion. We'll discuss where our Disney passion comes from, where it's going, and why it's here to stay! Join Stuart Sternberg, Lottie Ferguson, Darlene Nagi, and Kurt on this week's WDW Fan Zone BlogCast! 

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