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Exploring the pristine mountainsides and kayaking in underground caverns of Slovenia will work up your appetite. Dine on traditional dormouse amus bouche and dumplings with Katherine Parker Magyar this week on Travel Radio Podcast. Her excitement for Slovenia is contgious.
If the eye-popping price tags of Western Europe kept you from booking a trip consider this budget friendly, but no less idyllic alternative...
Opening with a 20 min special segment on unveiling fake travel influencers. Turkey travel content can be accessed by skipping ahead to min market 20:00. For an excellent article on this episode please visit the blog at: https://www.travelradiopodcast.com/post/the-only-tourist-in-turkey-w--shebs-alom #turkey #travel
It's #momtalk about Disney cruises and the implications of current return to sail conditions. Who will cruise on Disney? Will anyone given the amount fo children on board? More on Travelradiopodcast.com
This is a companion podcast for an article printed/forthcoming in https://militaryfamilies.com (Military Families Magazine) by the same title. Guest Valerie Gossett shares her insights as her travel agency surpasses a million dollars in cruise bookings this month.
Tankah Mayan Village is your opportunity to engage with people who are preserving tradition and inviting you to experience it. More than a water park you will experience the food, bee keeping and village life of the residents of Tanka Mayan Village. Guest Kathy Seifert shares her insight as a former travel professional and current luxury lifestyle writer. Read her insights and show notes at travelradiopodcast.com/podcasts
Why is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Miguel_de_Allende (San Miguel De Allende) called the Heart of Mexico? You'll just have to listen to find out. Travel, food and culture writer https://muckrack.com/katy-spratte-joyce (Katy Spratte Joyce) shares her tips on San Miguel De Allende, Mexico.
When planning a travel to San Miguel De Allende consider finding a cooking classes with a local chef. You will start in a market and turn your purchases into local cuisine...
Yes, this actually was the purpose and glory of the game played at Chichen Itza, Yucatan State, Mexico. You strive to win so that you might be sacrificed to the gods. Chichen Itza is a pre-Colombian archeological site in striking distance of many Cancun and Tulum resorts. If you see nothing else in the area, see this while on your next vacation.
Katherine Parker-Magyar, travel writer, rejoins travel radio podcast to provide compelling reasons you need to go and explore this ancient wonder...
Just an hour and one half drive into the Mexican border, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico's Napa Valley, awaits you. Brendan Berkson, or Hotels Above Par, shares his insights into the region using his 1, 2, 3 signature format.
If you watched the YouTube video you know Tami Santini brought props and I loved every second of it! This is the first time a guest has brought props to a live with me. Tami Santini was a delight to interview and offered candor on the "well dones" and "needs work" on this property. However, her reflections on her stay were overall exceptional.
This is a replay from the All-Inclusive Winners series as chosen by travel professionals...