In a quest for gold, German immigrant Jacob Waltz, found a secret mine in the 1880s. Rumors are that he killed to keep it secret, making a small fortune in the process. Now known as the Lost Dutchman Mine, know one has retuned from the mine alive. One today’s travel podcast episode, we’re going to explore … Continue reading EP 27: The Most Mysterious Place in Arizona: The Superstitious Mountains
In this weeks travel podcast episode we’re joined by James Finnerty from Lupine Travels. Finnerty is an unconventional travel agent of sorts. He takes people to Iraq, North Korea, the Chernobyl Nuclear Site, Antarctica and more. In this episode he shares a great story about shooting AK-47s in Latvia with gangsters and brothel runners.
USA Today writer Nancy Trejos, travel writer Lori Zaino, and photographer Marc Silber join us in this episode, hosted by Alex Cwalinski and Ericka Cruz Guevarra. Listen in this week to find out the latest in travel with Go the Travel Podcast.
Emmanuel Arnaud joins us to talk about the cost saving benefits of home exchanging. Also: Hurricane Irma, State Drivers Licenses and Air Travel? Why was a passenger ordered to pay $100,000 this week? Find that out and more of the latest in travel.
Jack Kerouac’s novel, On the Road, helped define a generation of post WWII Americans. Americans who were exploring the land they fought to protect. Like their generation, today’s Millennials are defined by circumstances out of their control. Circumstances that effect the way they live, work and travel. On todays episode we’re joined by some millennials … Continue reading EP 23: Are Millennials changing the travel industry? From Van Life to Airbnb, from the Gig Economy to Work-Stays, find out what new travel technologies and trends millennials are embracing. We chat with Parker Hilton from Uproxx and John Kelly from Mashed Radish in this travel podcast episode.
Listen in on this short interview about living in India as an expat, and repatriating with Naomi Hathaway.
The 2017 Eclipse could be the most photographed event in human history, according to at least one scientist. The State Department warns of tainted alcohol in Mexico. A naked passenger delays flight. Switzerland builds the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge. The 2028 Summer Olympics are coming to Los Angeles. Small airplane seats and little legroom … Continue reading Ep 21: Solar Eclipse 2017 and Olympics coming to Los Angeles. Small airplane seats and little legroom may pose safety concerns. A naked passenger delays a flight. The longest pedestrian suspension bridge opens in Switzerland. Find out the latest in travel with Go the travel Podcast.
Know your rights. The State of Air Travel seems to be in decline. To find out why, I spoke with David Cogswell, executive editor at Travel Pulse. Plus Susan Shain, a blogger and travel writer, who filled me in on when to stand my ground and what my rights are as a passenger. Co-hosting today … Continue reading Ep 20: Passenger Rights and Air Travel. US airlines used to have perks like pubs and lounges in their coach section. Today, the cost of a ticket is rising faster than inflation. This travel podcast episode, we explore the air travel industry and your rights as a passenger.
Why couldn’t planes take off in Phoenix in 118 Degree heat. Airlines are cutting flights to Cuba. A new bar with an ‘unhappy hour’. The Walking Dead cruise. Find out more in the latest travel news episode. Subscribe in a reader
With tips from Lisa Rowen at the Penny Hoarder, I was able to get away for less than $50.