Slovenia is for everyone, according to guest Katherine Parker Magyar. It has the beauty of Switzerland without the eye popping price tag, a surprising foodie appeal, and adventure offerings too. Better yet, it is all road tripp-able. Break your trip into a few cities or home-base in one so your don't have to repack. Katherine is a veteran travel writer, trusted resource, and favorite repeat guest of Travel Radio Podcast. Check out her past episodes on New Destinations For
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 thi
From siesta to fiesta this line up of guests should indicate how good these episodes of the Culture Vulture Mexico Series are. I always try to offer Travel Radio Podcast listeners unique travel options with credentialed guests.
This line up is spot on with travel writers, a travel hotel connoisseur and two expert travel planners.
Did you miss them? Don't worry, the Mexico series is available from https://www.travelradiopodcast.com/podcast , your favorite podcast playe
With the UK pondering, and perhaps when this publishes, even opening travel to US tourists, I thought I would share a snap of my adventures there. Stonehenge does steal the limelight from these smaller vertical marvels through its scale and mysterious origin story. However, these vertical standing stones and others are all over the UK and even Europe. They are less crowded and have minimal admission fees. Travelers here are often locals. The Rollright Stones are a short drive
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Is this really "One Happy Island"? Skeptic and travel professional Theresa Chu-Bermudez set out to see if the hype is real. Is the repeat traveler tourism stat as high as they claim? "We'll see about that!" declared Theresa Chu-Bemudez (Aruba Episode Available Here: https://www.travelradiopodcast.com/podcast/episode/33572568/aruba-or-open-for-us-travelers-current-insights) Pleased as punch, she would return tomorrow if the time and work commitments allowed. Her visit was wi
Pop Quiz! I told Theresa Chu-Bermudez we would both talk about our top three reasons to visit Scandinavia - I changed my mind! I gave Theresa a trivia game quiz, you an unconventional way to learn and some great insight into Scandinavia. Yes, Theresa did eventually get to share her top three reasons for visiting Scandinavia! A Video of this interview is available on YouTube! What are some top tips for visiting Scandinavia? What countries are in Scandinavia? Is Iceland in S
A plague A promise A Passion Play This weeks episode is an incredible interview with Frederick Mayet! Frederick portrays Jesus Christ in the Passion Play performed every decade in #oberammergau Germany. you may have been forced to miss this spectacular performance in 2020. You can now take it in in 2022. Find out what’s waiting for you in this excellent interview. I was really curious to interview and learn what it is like to portray such a big role in theatre. Who could pos
I remember cruising! Some of our best family memories are on cruise ships or places we arrived at via cruise ship. They truly are a great balance of elements families like ours appreciate at this very hand on time in our young family's life stage. The last cruise we took was to the Canary Islands. We left from South Hampton, England, UK. Then we went on a very rough sailing on the Explorer of the Seas before refit. It was partially rough because of the seas and partially