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On this episode, I talk with Tracey Friley, travelpreneur, travelanthropist, and founder of the award-winning Passport Party Project, which helps teenage girls in the United...

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Salvador da Bahia is a city dripping with history and culture. Founded in 1549 as Brazil’s first capital, some 80% of the city’s population...

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On this episode, I talk with Scott Brills, international entrepreneur, explorer, and philanthropist, who travels the world in search of adventure and business opportunities....

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Travel is an act of love. There is romance in dreaming of a destination. There is seduction in planning the adventure. There is  There...

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It’s the end of 2017 and time to take a quick look back in appreciation and gratitude at the phenomenal happenings that have marked...

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On this episode, I talk with Sienna Brown, expat, entrepreneur, speaker, and optimist. As the founder of international lifestyle portal Las Morenas de España,...

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The last imperial capital of Abyssinia and the capital of the modern nation of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa has only existed for a little over...

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On this episode, I talk with Kimberly Ramsawak, travel career strategist and founder of Professional Jetsetter, which coaches ambitious professional women on how to land their travel...

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I arrived at Bamako, capital of the modern country of Mali, in the late afternoon under a hot and yellow sky. Outside the small...

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On this episode, I talk with Charles Snyder, native Californian, poet, playwright, actor, educator, and all around Renaissance Man now living in Spain. Charles’s...