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The Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera Company of Long Island has been around for years. They have decided to do one of the least know G&S operas called Iolanthe. ilolanthe
Mike Economos will talk with us about the company, the play and the chosen place to do it...Flushing Town Hall in Queens, NY. I am told that you can tell from the music that it's a G&S score.
The golden days of complimentary in-flight champagne and cushy sleeping car coaches on the Orient Express are largely behind us. Say hello to $50 “legroom upgrade” fees and bedbug-infested hotels. What’s a weary, frustrated traveler to do?
Ask Joey Green for advice, that’s what! In Last-Minute Travel Secrets: 121 Ingenius Tips to Endure Cramped Planes, Car Trouble, Awful Hotels, and Other Trips from Hell (Chicago Review Press; May 1, 2016), lifelong world explorer and lifehacker extraordinaire Joey Green reveals his best travel hacks to rescue your hard-earned vacation.The tips in Last-Minute Travel Secrets seem goofy at first, but they are all proven to work in a pinch. Readers will discover a wide range of handy and unusual secrets to overcome obstacles and upgrade accommodations using common, easily found products.
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I am a personal development coach. I have been coaching as a hobby for a while and decided to become serious about it when I saw talented, skilled and resourceful, people doubt themselves and not give themselves or their dreams a chance. I started my own business shortly after someone I cared about took their own life. This person, like many others, wanted to travel and see the world but was held back by their own demons.
I've had enough of sitting by the sidelines and not doing something MORE ACTIVE to shake people out of their slumps. I want your listeners to know they can go out there make it happen for themselves, in way that makes sense for THEM. "Travel" can seem so huge to those thirsty for it. I want these folks to know that that shouldn't stop them. That it is something that is oh-so-doable, and that they can do it in a way that is unique to their needs. The clients I have coached with this issue are now some of my most daring clients. I would love to bring that to your listeners.
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Robert Kelly is a Lonely Planet author and freelance writer who for the past 20 years has been living in Taiwan and most recently Malaysia. His insights and knowledge of the culture, customs and diversity of East and Southeast Asia is vast.
His most recent project is the audio podcast Travel Tape, a documentary style travel guide that dives deep into the cultures, history and stories of some of the most fascinating places around the world available-in the iTunes Store. I recently spoke with Robert about his new podcast series and life in Asia from his home in Kuala Lumpur.
Robert has also worked for the BBC, The Wall Street Journal, Taiwan Review, The South China Morning Post as well as several other travel publications.
In part one of our conversation Robert talks about his time in Taiwan as well as adjusting to life in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I also posed the question are there still places that haven’t been discovered yet in East and Southeast Asia.
Next time on Far East Adventure Travel Part 2 of my conversation with Lonely Planet author and the host of the podcast series Travel Tape, Robert Kelly.
Don’t forget to follow Far East Adventure Travel on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Periscope. All of the links are at fareastadventuretravel.com. I would love to hear from you with feedback or suggestions for the podcast, send me an email, firstname.lastname@example.org. If you like what you’re listening to please write a positive review on the Far East Adventure Travel podcast page in the iTunes Store under the ratings and review tab.
That’s it for this week’s episode, thanks so much for listening. Until next time this is John Saboe, safe travels and Namaste!
We will discuss one of the best kep secrets at disney world....cheap souveniers at the Disney character outlet. Plus we will have this weeks news!
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Kelly & Kelly Waterhouse Back in 2003, we decided to leave life on land for a simpler life on a boat. At first, it wasn’t easy living on a boat but it lead to our adventure of sailing around the world.
BTW, we both have the same name, Kelly. So to keep things straight, “Captain Kelly” is the guy and Kelly “Girl” (a.k.a. Boat Wife) should be self explanatory.
Kelly “Girl” Waterhouse grew up in Minnesota, practically in the middle of a corn field next to one of the 10,000 lakes in the state. Shortly after college, she relocated to Seattle, Washington. That is where she met a man named Kelly, who became her husband and taught her how to sail in the briny waters of the Puget Sound. Shortly after their wedding, they decided to live a simpler life. They sold their possessions to buy a boat with a goal to sail around the world.
Kelly Girl writes about their adventures in two novels.
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Travel today have so many new rules with alot of changes so it's always great to be updated .. I have just listed some of the 7 Cruise Ports Where You Should Rent a Car. It's all about saving money ... Having discounts and the right information on hand is a great access and at discounttravelingdeals.com you will find great discounts, news, and promotions.. If you getting married of course you want a wonderful time without breaking the bank. So let;s begin talking about the cruise ports. There are times when it is more convenient, and possibly more prudent, to see the sights of a cruise port via tours. Driving in ports like Piraeus or Istanbul can be intimidating for even the most adventurous drivers. How about driving on your own in Montego Bay Jamaica? Anybody think that's a great idea? There's no reason to rent a car in ports with good public transportation or where the main sights and activities are accessible on foot from the port. But there are a handful of ports where you might really want to go beyond what the tour and taxi drivers want you to see, where it would be safe to do so, and where you can explore at your leisure.
Car rental basics
• Reserve in advance when possible.
• Always use a credit card that includes foreign rental insurance, but know that in some places, they will still make you pay for primary coverage.
• Do your homework;
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Ja'Vonne Harley, your Travel Pro and Host is in New York, Ja'Vonne takes the Hip Hop Tour with HUSH Tours, Reggie Reg and the Crash Crew. Together they explore the history of Rap and it's evolution into Hip Hop. Some of the famous sights, people and the evolution of the sound. This is a must tour for anyone coming to NY. #TravelingCulturati
Stuart Sternberg, Lottie Ferguson, Darlene Nagi, and Kurt are here to discuss Lottie's question, what should be done with the Disney attractions and buildings that are no longer in use? Please join us for a fast paced 30 minutes of Disney information and magical mischief.
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