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"tourism board" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"tourism board" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"Everybody check out x ray vision on this week. Show as recliner back. We talk about the california recall and the state of california politics in this Progressive state with No problems at all It's perfectly run place with no problems. Ash autry of the texas tourism board is here to convince me to visit the lone star state and louis retell was back because the emmys are here. And it's time to Do some trivia with our residents savant but first he is an actor writer and comedian. You know him from the daily show and you can catch him on evil on paramount. plus it's paramount but much better. yeah it's more than paramount. please welcome monte. thanks for being here. Thank you for having people love. You like the cheeseburger deluxe. Yes exactly it is. It's it has lettuce tomato and maybe even you can. Depending on the restaurant there could be bacon. Yeah depending on the nomenclature of the chain. You're at can't count on it but it could be part of it. I love the you already. Use the word nomenclature Like with with thirty seconds in less than thirty seconds in. Here's the thing. Yes slamming me with. No mcclay chairs anything. I didn't have a lot of friends growing up. And so i am perpetually trying to i have look i have more than i did then not as many as i want. The point is i. Don't say these things because it's comes to be. Naturally i say to impress you and the listener to cover up for insecurities deep deep insecurities and to intimidate us. Yeah intimidate yeah. Because now intimidated like we're gonna be using twelve letter words in this conversation. Yeah just like a regular thing like that's what you do. You thought this was just a conversation is not right extremely onerous all right. This is npr. Is that what this is. They won't put this. Npr you here's the thing the the bigwigs. Npr right they got what he count wakes. Waldo would bigwigs at npr. Together they got. Here's here's zing. We are david to the wait. Wait don't tell me With all right. That's the big. All i've got is a. I got a little rock and i got a little less. What is it called slingshot. You're the one that ends up live. Yep i'm i'm just a sex scene. Nude new slingshot shot. I'm a sexy nude slingshot holder. Staring up at a monster. Hosted by..

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"tourism board" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

06:11 min | 6 months ago

"tourism board" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

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What you should know if you plan on heading to Miami Beach for spring break

Anna Davlantes

01:00 min | 11 months ago

What you should know if you plan on heading to Miami Beach for spring break

"Florida Tourism board would like to bring you a cordial, friendly yet very firm message. Don't come. That's it. Just don't come here. Don't come to Florida for spring break. If you're gonna plan on partying, or you have expectations to party don't bring your parties. try to think that you could You could party when you get here. No parties. No spring break parties is what they're saying. And if you bring your partying here, Florida officials say they're gonna find you. They may find you and they will face consequences. That's part of the deal. Miami Beach is doing a major crackdown on the spring break crowd saying they've made arrest. They're going after people have all kinds of new rules. They're saying we we are looking at you college kids. Keep your keg stands back home. We don't want him. Could be a very different scene in Florida. At least that's what they're hoping for the I mean, you know that Florida beaches air go to destinations this time here for everybody, but college spring breakers. I mean, really, that's that's one of the places, isn't it?

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"tourism board" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Me lose value. Yeah, It's travel with Stephanie Abrams on the line with me, and it is such a joy for me. Uh, to be speaking with Paul Penna Cook, the CEO of Curious Al Tourism board. You know, When I was in carousel, I met a number of people who are on their tense trip to carousel their 15th trip to Carousel, one woman said. It's our third trip, and I thought that was gonna be the end of the sentence. But that sentence ended with it's our third trip this year, you know, and that woman said to me curious. How is my go to place? And in fact, I actually had her on the air with me. After we got home. She lives in Floral Park, New York. Um, I have to go and dig. I'm embarrassed to tell you. I don't remember her name. What a lovely lady. She was, and we kept bumping into her in places and it turned out when we left Carousel. She was on our flight home, and I said to her, the Lord wants us to know each other. And that's how we got friendlier and I got her phone number, and we had her on the air to talk about her experiences. Because when somebody tells you, Ah place has become their go to place. They have to go there at least once twice three times a year. They pop back and forth, you know, to just re energize and recharge their batteries and feel good about living, and we're starting to see a bend in the road with the vaccine out there, and with Someplace is doing a good job carousel being one of them of getting this disease under control and taking all kinds of measures to make sure it stays that way. I thought it might be worth our time poll to remind my listeners And for those who this is the first time hearing you on the air because it's a year since you've been on We've bought brought on a number of new radio affiliate stations, so maybe they missed out on every hearing. You, um when she got the court carousel, why don't you run through? We got about three minutes. What it is. You want to see you do while you're there. Oh,.

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"tourism board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And at Bloomberg Quick Take This is a Bloomberg Business Problem. Bug World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pelant biggest ever acquisition for Pembleton shares up now by 11% after ours. $420 million deal. It is fine fitness equipment company Pre corn stocks mixed with the S and P falling 14 points today Down 4/10 of 1% Tesla's first day in the index weighing on the S and P. Tesla down 6.5%. Again. The S and P down by 4/10 of 1% NASDAQ tumbled 1/10 of 1% down 13 points. The Dow up eking out a gain of 1/10 of 1% higher by 37 points 10 Year, the yield their 100.93% Golden 18 70 60 ounce and West Texas Intermediate crude down 2.8% 47 74 barrel I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you so much. You're listening to Bloomberg Business week. Let's get back to our guests were talking about Los Cabos tourism. Let's get back to Rodrigo Respond. A managing director of the Los Cabos Tourism Board. He joins us on the phone in Canada. So why are you in Mexico? I'm thinking my listeners. They're probably listening and say, Well, why isn't he in Mexico? Well, you know, my kids were born in New York when I was a diplomat, and then they moved to Toronto, where they leave from spending the holidays with them, because that's what they leave, But I'm basing love Kappas always. Okay. All right. I was just curious. So, um, give me an idea of what kind of volume Rodrigo that you are seeing right now. In terms of tourists come down and who are they? Are they largely Americans, folks from the United States or or what? Yeah, I wore traditional market is always from the United States. Lookout has 80% of our visitors come from the United States in terms of volume in the month of November. We receive 100,000 Americans throughout the month. So even though That it is. It can be seen, like a lot. If you divide it by the different weeks is not that much. So still, the normal number wasn't what the normal number that you see in November. Double double of like 200. Exactly 200. That would be So what are your expectations for, um I don't know the next coming months. It's expected to be very dark here in the United States s O. What do you anticipate Income early 2021 versus later, 2021. We need to continue this very slow and careful approach with very strict implementation of the product. That's the only way that the tourism industry can be reactivate Lee safely, So it's going to be 2021 still you want and cute to steal slow, But we believe that the second part of the year we're going to see new trends in the travelers, families that have not been able to gather Probably 60, plus people who had not been able to get out. They would like to enjoy the nice weather on some outdoor activities that we have. So we believe that second part of the year is going to be very strong. How many facilities do you see? Maybe shutting down, though, because they just haven't been able to weather The pandemic. You've probably 20% of the total businesses in the area are going to be close and the same with the employment that have been lost well and how much of that comes back quickly. We believe that the recovery is going to be all the way to work 2022. Probably it's the same that is going to happen in other parts. Other destinations have seen slower, come back on, but we believe that we're leading with the example. So the fact that we have been able to successfully reactivate the industry. It's setting of people for other destinations and other places, toe reactivating industry with a very slow and careful approach, and it's interesting. I mean, You know, I've been to tell loom. I've kind of flown through Cancun on my way to somewhere else. I mean, your protocols versus Cancun or to loom versus less combos. Are they all the same or my understanding is it's different. No, it is totally different. Los Cabos is located in the south of the backup peninsula. So we are surrounded by ocean and desert, So the only way to come is by air and because of that it is much easier to strictly apply the product calls. And and so every region has implemented different certifications. We are implementing difference certifications in the one international certification that is called Inter to Crystal. And we're going to be announcing another one with the U. S company in January because we want to offer the highest level off service, especially if we have all US visitors. There are really looking to come forward and luxury experience that that's what we're for. Yeah, it's interesting. And I do wonder in terms of testing and tracing what kind of testing interesting program do you guys ultimately have when somebody comes on the island? Comes out absolutes. Carlos. We have a massive testing programs for the employees, not for the tourists, but they employees. We are doing public plant that PCR massive testing program that is being very successful because we have identified A few cases in each of the properties on a regular basis that are symptomatic that that if you check the mortality rate all across Mexico, we are the region with the lowest mortality rate, and that's because of that massive testing program on we will continue to do so, uh, we believe that it's really difficult to try. Who applied toe all the visitors a testing because that would be like logistically very complicated off course, that our medical clinics when everybody comes, if they opt toe have one where is weak and definitely facilitate that so, and what's interesting, too, is from what I understand is that people are traveling, booking travel within a month or less. They're doing it kind of last minute. My guess is they're watching. The virus trends. Is that what you're seeing? Definitely, And we believe that another part of the funnel for people to do the booking is that validation, so they're waiting. You know there to get their desires validated desires for travel and to check what are the conditions in terms of price, and they are monitoring the number of cases from each of the destination that They are traveling. We see it in our website. It's one of the most frequent visits areas the number of cases on duh fortunately being very stable, but we see that that's the number off that we were sick. Every we go. One last question. Does it tend to be younger folks that are traveling at this point? Totally their bracket age between 30 and 50 has increased 10 points and the 60 plus has decreased retirees has also being decreasing, but that's why we believe that later in the year Is going to be the opposite trend where we will see more travel on the 60 flowers. Andre Terry's, But are you a little nervous that there might be some after effect? In other words, just people little bit nervous that we haven't gotten eradicated all of the virus and that some of it will be out there. You little nervous that that could trickle over maybe longer. Into 2021. No, we believe that the product calls and need to be strictly applied. Notwithstanding off the vaccines and off the slowly eradication of the virus. I think their product ALS, the clinic, nous products and probably industry are here to stay and everybody it's the new normal isn't way that things have to be. All right. We're gonna leave it on that note. Thank you so much really appreciate it. Rodrigo's Fonda, managing director of the Los Cabos Tourism Board, on the phone from Canada. All right, coming up next day Break Asia with Brian Curtis and Dead Prisoner Dead prisoner just a few seats away from me. So, man, there's so much happening. So we're waiting for the vote in the house on this pandemic relief bill, and that's going to be combined with the $1.4 Trillion spending package that will fund the government through the end of the fiscal years in all 5600 pages. No, I haven't 5500 by the way, alright, I rounded it up. All right, all right. No, I'm not dr not read it..

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"tourism board" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Get started at Merrill edge dot com slash investing goals. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated both registered broker dealer and investment adviser. Remember S I P. C I'm Ricky Russo News Radio 6 10 w y o d mostly clear skies 77 degrees in North Bay Village, the GSC makes an important election decision. The General Services Administration has just ascertained Democrat Joe Biden as the apparent winner of the November 3rd election. This declaration will allow the president elect the funding and office space needed for a smooth transition as well as access to daily intelligence briefings. Now, despite the declaration, President Trump is still refused to concede and is moving ahead with his legal challenge to overturn the results of the election. I'm Daria Aldinger, and this has been a special report from ABC News and now it's those second setback for the Trump campaign today. Erica Terrace, Key, says Michigan certified the November 3rd results and I'm sure you have three. I've all the vote a firm Joe Biden's victory in Michigan and awarded him the state 16 electoral votes. Republican board member Aaron Van Langeveldt today. I think you've got a duty to do that, Michigan's former elections director Christopher Thomas told board members voting No was not really an option. You got winner. She got losers. We don't have any ties. There was one abstention. The vote captive, dramatic week of events that included reversals by a county elections board and a White House meeting for top Michigan Republicans Aaron Carter Ski ABC News and off duty Miami police officer shot and killed a burglar who was trying to break into the West Miami Dade home where his teenage son was inside. The shooting had Been around for this afternoon and the 700 block of South West 98th court. The actions are that off duty officer are now under review Miami Dade Superintendent Alberto Carvalho announcing this afternoon, he will reconvene the medical and public health expert task force. The group will meet in early December amid a spike in covert cases for the For third consecutive year. The World Travel Awards recognizing Miami Beach as the world's leading travel destination, and the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority. The world's been Mr Tourism Board and Florida's Health Department, confirming an increase of 6300 more covert cases today, 94 more deaths pushing the state passed 18,000 fatalities since the start of the pandemic. Publix is being sued by relatives of a South Florida employee who contracted the coronavirus, they say while working at the store on West Avenue in Miami Beach. Relatives of 70 year old Gerardo Gutierrez say public's initially refused to let workers wear masks and gloves out of fear that would scare off customers. They say that reckless decision led to Gutierrez contracting the illness and dying from it. Hop on a train in downtown Miami. Hop off it downtown Disney. That's the plan announced today by Bright Line and Walt Disney World. No timetable yet for the project bright lines still working to expand its service from West Palm Beach to the Orlando International Airport, that rail line to debut in 2022 Wall Street, the Dow closed up 3 27 the NASDAQ Up 25 S and P 500 Up 20. The forecast is next. I'm Rory O'Neill, NewsRadio, 6 10 W Y o D. My body's savings all month in Miami lakes, so tamal 0% interest up to 84 months. Miami Lakes on the mall dot com From the extra Jin temporal scanner thermometer. Weather Center. Mix of clouds and sunshine here this afternoon on north breeze warm with a stray shower Possible. 82 a couple of showers tonight otherwise partly to mostly cloudy skies near 70 early clouds Tuesday afternoon sun breezy and warm near 80 with updates around the clock and South Florida Severe weather station. I'm the Weather Channel's Ken Boone on the Trading of 6 10 Wi OD. This report is sponsored by Merrill. With Meryl Guided investing, You have the option to work with an advisor at a low cost and minimum get started, and Merrill edge dot com slash investing goals. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated both the registered broker, dealer and investment adviser member s I. P. C. Rules are made.

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'Very Nice!': Kazakhstan, Outraged No More, Embraces Borat In New Slogan

Radio From Hell

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

'Very Nice!': Kazakhstan, Outraged No More, Embraces Borat In New Slogan

"When comedians Sasha Baron Cohen released his satirical McHugh mentoring About the fictional Kazakh reporter Bora. In 2006. The movie was immediately banned in Kazakhstan. Kazakh viewers and authorities denounced the film's portrayal of their country, saying it was full of offensive step equipped types and behavior by the instinctually character Borat. Nonetheless, the new movie Borat, Cultural Leanings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan became a smash hit and won numerous Awards. Last week, a sequel came out. But this time Kazakhstan is responding differently. The country's tourism board has launched a new campaign. Adapted Borat's catchphrase very nice as their official new

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"tourism board" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"In her she shed down by the she shore, Janice Dean. Fox News How bizarre It is that time of the week here on the Dan O'Donnell show, when we take a brief pause from covering the serious stories, the heavy stuff the world of politics. When we take a break. The Friday after all, we're looking forward to the weekend, and we wanna have some fun by recounting the strangest stories of the past week in a little segment that we call How ironic. The United Nations is under fire after staff members have accused the organization. Of racism in a survey Designed to combat racism. The survey began with a question asking how staff members identify themselves offering Yellow. Among the possible responses titled Yuen Survey on Racism. The pole is carried out as part of Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez campaign to eradicate racism and remote Dignity. But the surveys first question, according to staff members reflected an historic Western racist view of Asians by listing yellow As an option question also presented staff with the option to self identify as black brown, white, mixed or multiracial and any other, an anonymous U N staff member told Reuters. The first question is insane, deeply offensive and hard to fathom in how an organization as diverse as the United Nations. This question was approved for release in a system wide survey. The U. N. Of course responded by taking the survey ofthe line, a spokeswoman said. We will revise appropriately that survey taking into account The legitimate concerns, you know, and in vowing to pressure and being so scared of this, would you say the U. N wass? Yellow belly. Government of Ireland is telling people don't travel because of the covert 19 outbreak. What did the chairman of the State Tourism Board do? He traveled. Michael Cawley and his family are currently enjoying time in the Italian sun. He went on vacation to Italy, despite the advice of his own government toe limit travel. Over seas. Kali, who previously served as the deputy chief executive and chief operations officer of the Irish airline, Our Ryan air Said he resigned from his post as the nation's tourism's our over the row over this with great regret, adding, I fully support the government's policy on tourism. I will continue to help the industry emerged from its current difficulties. It has been a privilege to serve as chair of Travel Ireland and who have contributed to the massive growth which Irish tourism has enjoyed prior to this global Pandemic. As has been reported in the media this morning. I am on a prearranged family holiday in Italy, which is on the government green list he handed in his resignation the same day, Ireland reported the highest number of new Corona virus infections. In three months. Of course, he goes to the place that was Europe's first massive outbreak up. Of course he did, because of course, when it comes to government do As I say, not as I travel. All right. You probably have a bad driver's license photo. Don't be ashamed of it. Everybody does. I hate my driver's license photo because I look really, really, really fat. At least I have a face. A woman from Tennessee received her new photo ID and the picture wasn't her. It was a picture of an empty chair. Jade DOD says the lady at the DMV didn't really believe me when I was like, Hey, I need my license fixed. Then she looked it up in the system and goes, Oh, I need my manager for this. The chair ended up being the focal point of the license because it was the last picture taken and saved to Dodds file this, according to the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, the photo was taken accidentally. Dodd said she wasn't upset by the mistake. Instead, she said, it lightened the mood and it's the Corona virus pandemic and provided her and her co workers. With a few laughs. My boss thinks it's funnier than anyone, she said. I was at work Friday, and he pointed to a chair outside of his office door and was like I thought this was you. I waved at it this morning. Isn't that like the ultimate boss joke? You're just kind of expected to last, huh? Ah, yeah. Just keep side in my page hex. She did get a new picture this time of her actual face and not an empty chair. You remember that old song that one of the very first viral videos on YouTube chocolate Rain Remember the chocolate rain? Young black guy in an incredibly baritone voice singing about chocolate rain. Well, how about chocolate snow for a town in Switzerland on Friday morning, It was not just a fantasy, the Swiss town of Bolton Located between Zurich and Basil received a surprise dusting of cocoa after a ventilation system malfunctioned at a local chocolate factory, the lint and spring Lee company said a minor defect developed in the cooling ventilation for a line of roasted cocoa Nibs and its factory Nibs are fragments of crushed cocoa beans that service the basis of chocolate. The minor defect, combined with strong winds last Friday caused the chocolate powder to spread around the immediate area of the factory. Delighting Children. Across the region who thought Christmas had come early now at least When these kids eat dirt, it'll be slightly tastier. A man in a Facebook group dedicated solely to pointing loaded guns. That one's private parts. Shot himself. In the private parts. This from Vice News the other day identified man from San Diego is a member of the and I am not making this up. Loaded guns pointed at Penis Facebook group. The group is used mainly to anger more responsible gun owners with people sharing pictures of loaded guns pointed at their Yes, exactly what it says in the title with their fingers hovering over the Trevor trigger. This man's I'm not even going to use the pun that's used in the copy from Vice News. His Ballsy actions cost him when he actually accidentally pulled the trigger. He posted a video to the group with himself holding a 1911 handgun. To hiss himself. Shall we say before the gun discharged? Initially, the man thought he had just grazed himself, but he actually shot himself with an entry and exit o Vice reports. He was treated for his injuries at a hospital and even went to work the next day. That's pretty impressive. The other members of the Loaded guns group have now elevated the man to an admin in that group. And are celebrating him as a king. In numerous maims. The man's original video post has Mercifully been deleted that ladies and gentlemen a little segment, celebrating the strangest stories of the week that we can find that we at the Dan.

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"tourism board" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Sizes, how to treat yourself to that city. Columbus we were there for college football, which I'M GONNA assume a gap in the memory. I remember that the Qantas this. Comes just seems like Ohio town. That's a little bit inferior directly. Club period say we had a good time and Cincinnati to Cincinnati I liked Cincinnati Columbus but in all fairness lawyer and Columbus the tailgate situation was less than Al deal both in the sense of where you could tailgate. But it was kind of crummy day I it was kinda cloudy. It was rainy and it was a very Ohio we fall day. In officially the summer because it was the opening weekend. Okay so Boston Faucet do much for you gotta go to the baseball player. We gotta go to the Ballpark. There are really needs to patriots game. Don't need to see the Bruins or the Celtics play. Now you know the Boston experience would probably be very non-sports you beyond some oysters I think price invoice for some beer, some baseball, and then Busey's That sounds about right. That sounds about right. I'm sure that the you know the vast -Chusetts Tourism Board you know. Should they be up at two thirty in the morning listening to the show you know might have a thing finger to say to us, and again he could write us here you know what's up rich is at gmail.com out what's up riches but yeah, Fenway most certainly destination our our producer is a original Bossa Native Estonian before he found his way out west and. We hear about the Stuff from from time to time, but it's know it's not your typical You'll Bostonian that you know people complain about the the vernacular is to talk about how obnoxious they are. We don't need to particularly go there you WANNA, go to rally because there's not a lot of people there. I figured of all of the places it would be. Maybe, the most just kinda chill. I. Think they've got NC state and Duke is right down the street in Durham heard Durham's kind of. Undesirable. So best part of Raleigh is that you're not in Durham anymore. That might be the deal there. Washington yeah. The the capital. I think that that plays seems toxic I. Don't know I. I think we go to nets game and we get the heck out again I don't have any interest in seeing. Any of the Capitol building the White. House notice again, I'm more interested in the capital's. Baseball's. Out. Right. long. Island. Long Island, there's nothing there but the islanders and families with two point three kids never had any desire to do time square. Manhattan are not. Role Long Island. Right. So I guess they've renovated the Nassau. Coliseum? You'll. If we don't go see the islanders host Disney on ice at. At a an arena in long island who gave a Yoda. possibly. Possibly Oh. Yeah because Star Wars. Disney. Now are.

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"tourism board" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"I like to welcome the show gene m from Nebraska, , who has come to talk to us about her homestate Tino. . Welcome to the show I. . Thank you Chris and Gina I see from Nebraska. . You'll live in Phoenix now. . Does one ever get Nebraska out of their system after they move away so. . Truly wants to Nebraska always. . And Nebraska is one of only three states in the fifteen years the show we have not covered. . So I've been really wanting to do this show I think for a while I have actually spent vacations in Nebraska. . So why should someone go to Nebraska? ? Well, , that is a great question and a lot of people when they hear I'm from Nebraska, , asked me that question as well. . So I think that the State Tourism Board. . They just came out with a motto. . That actually, , maybe laugh the motto is Nebraska honestly it isn't for everyone. . And so and then it goes into all of these awesome things that you can do Nebraska. . But I think that someone who loves a good road trip likes to go off the beaten path maybe not as mainstream as some other areas that is who is going to love to go to Nebraska. . Will and I should say that I have or have had at times for different podcasts and one of them was the passport travel marketing. . NPR. . PODCAST and if you go find that show, , you can find an interview with the head of Nebraska tourism talking about that very motto in how It came about and and what they meant by it and that whole program. . So. . Excellent well, , what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? ? Well, , I think that we should sorry in Omaha Nebraska which is the largest city you're gonna fly in here and you can fly pretty much any major airline into that airport. . In also itinerary I should know is going to take place in the summer. . So Nebraska has four seasons in the winter can be quite extreme and it's just not quite as fun. . If you I mean it's beautiful but the weather is so extreme that I would definitely recommend during during the summer. . So we're GONNA fly into Omaha, , and we are going to stay in the old market area downtown. . It's absolutely gorgeous. . So you can go on some horsedrawn carriages you can see farmers markets on the weekends but. The . main thing and Omaha is the Henner doorly zoo. . So many times throughout the years it has been rated number one in the world and it's for good reason. . So it has an aquarium that is also with the zoo and I truly don't think there's one thing there that is missing they are continuously I didn't on and I was actually just looking at the website and they actually have overnight experiences that families can do now which I think is really awesome. . We're GONNA go to the zoo experienced that. . Day event, they , have this new sky fiery, , they call it and it's Ski Lifts in the end it goes over and so you can see the animals from above and. . If you get tired or if you just want a different view, , just hop on that it is extra. . It's only six dollars round trip though so I think it's been on it's pretty awesome. . So some other things in Omaha to do there are many museums just to would be the Jocelyn Art Museum the Durham Museum I. . Know Museums aren't everybody's saying but just the architecture in those buildings absolutely gorgeous. . Just sue a walk through or go have coffee nearby absolutely gorgeous at the Joslyn Art Museum and what was the second one? ? And both really affordable to get into the Durham's eleven dollars for admission and the Josh Art Museum my impression is is that it's it's a fine art museum rather than a modern, , Art Museum yes. . Yeah. . Okay and then the Durham is more of like it goes through exhibits on immigration and who settled into Omaha and the construction of the transcontinental railroad, , which is really important throughout Nebraska's history kind of more of those type of things.

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Travel to Nebraska

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Nebraska

"I like to welcome the show gene m from Nebraska, who has come to talk to us about her homestate Tino. Welcome to the show I. Thank you Chris and Gina I see from Nebraska. You'll live in Phoenix now. Does one ever get Nebraska out of their system after they move away so. Truly wants to Nebraska always. And Nebraska is one of only three states in the fifteen years the show we have not covered. So I've been really wanting to do this show I think for a while I have actually spent vacations in Nebraska. So why should someone go to Nebraska? Well, that is a great question and a lot of people when they hear I'm from Nebraska, asked me that question as well. So I think that the State Tourism Board. They just came out with a motto. That actually, maybe laugh the motto is Nebraska honestly it isn't for everyone. And so and then it goes into all of these awesome things that you can do Nebraska. But I think that someone who loves a good road trip likes to go off the beaten path maybe not as mainstream as some other areas that is who is going to love to go to Nebraska. Will and I should say that I have or have had at times for different podcasts and one of them was the passport travel marketing. NPR. PODCAST and if you go find that show, you can find an interview with the head of Nebraska tourism talking about that very motto in how It came about and and what they meant by it and that whole program. So. Excellent well, what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? Well, I think that we should sorry in Omaha Nebraska which is the largest city you're gonna fly in here and you can fly pretty much any major airline into that airport. In also itinerary I should know is going to take place in the summer. So Nebraska has four seasons in the winter can be quite extreme and it's just not quite as fun. If you I mean it's beautiful but the weather is so extreme that I would definitely recommend during during the summer. So we're GONNA fly into Omaha, and we are going to stay in the old market area downtown. It's absolutely gorgeous. So you can go on some horsedrawn carriages you can see farmers markets on the weekends but. The main thing and Omaha is the Henner doorly zoo. So many times throughout the years it has been rated number one in the world and it's for good reason. So it has an aquarium that is also with the zoo and I truly don't think there's one thing there that is missing they are continuously I didn't on and I was actually just looking at the website and they actually have overnight experiences that families can do now which I think is really awesome. We're GONNA go to the zoo experienced that. Day event, they have this new sky fiery, they call it and it's Ski Lifts in the end it goes over and so you can see the animals from above and. If you get tired or if you just want a different view, just hop on that it is extra. It's only six dollars round trip though so I think it's been on it's pretty awesome. So some other things in Omaha to do there are many museums just to would be the Jocelyn Art Museum the Durham Museum I. Know Museums aren't everybody's saying but just the architecture in those buildings absolutely gorgeous. Just sue a walk through or go have coffee nearby absolutely gorgeous at the Joslyn Art Museum and what was the second one? And both really affordable to get into the Durham's eleven dollars for admission and the Josh Art Museum my impression is is that it's it's a fine art museum rather than a modern, Art Museum yes. Yeah. Okay and then the Durham is more of like it goes through exhibits on immigration and who settled into Omaha and the construction of the transcontinental railroad, which is really important throughout Nebraska's history kind of more of those type of things.

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"tourism board" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Feel better, faster. Hold urgent care dot com Three things you need to know right now 25 it's Valentine. The morning the continuing Corona virus crisis could force the California State University system, the institute furloughs. Now. CSU is not planning to negotiate a furlough program for the upcoming 2020 21 1 fiscal year, but chancer Timothy White says it will most likely be necessary the following year. Officials say the university system's facing at least three years of financial challenges, the city of Calabasas is enforcing tighter current virus to restrictions, including a $100 fine for not wearing a face covering Mayor of Calabasas, specifically called at a large party in the city hosted by YouTube star Jake Paul. People who were at the party were not physically distance. It also did not appear to be wearing masks. This will say when current virus numbers improve, the council will reevaluate their policies and finds you're feeling the need to scream. Now you can have that scream released outside in Iceland. Iceland's Tourism board has lost new program called Let it out. People around the world are encouraged to release their pent up anger, frustration in stress into a scream, then have that scream played out a loudspeaker. In the wide open spaces of Iceland. What I guess you must send like an MP three or notes from your iPhone or something like that voice notes, and then they'll play it for you on a speaker in Iceland. You know, I'm just saying that screamed out into the great outdoors. No word from the animals of Iceland. How they feel about this night screaming. Continuous threat of people screaming. What? That weird thing ever and there must be somebody that's a neighbor to this, you know? Maybe a small little farm down the street. A sum like that. They put up that screams speaker. Great morning traffic data. What's going on? So Diamond bar checking in with the new rack and a couple of cars got into it on the 60 heading West challenges before Phillips Ranch Road. So all this is back in the car pool and the left lane. You're hit the brakes with delays from Central Avenue. Then as you try to come through Commerce, we've got a sigalert on the 7 10 heading North Bend, Washington Boulevard. Crash. Some injuries. We have the offramp shut down and you're going to see a stop and go drive from Atlantic Boulevard. In a broken down box truck still stuck out there and downtown Los Angeles on the 10 heading westbound on Santa Fe Avenue. Take it up the right lane and everything's tough from that. Five. What I want Split traffic sponsored by Macy's right now, when you shop at Macy's dot com you can donate to the meals on wheels. Kobe 19 response fun and help provide meals to seniors in need. Through August 31st Macy's is proud to celebrate 22 years of supporting food banks across the country. Learn more at Macys dot com slash gives Dr Traffic. I'm Diana Olia. I'm one of 43 my FM. Spend your summer with Leno for three my FM for a chance to win your share of more than 1/2 A $1,000,000. Easy money 12 chances every week day from to win 1000 bucks..

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COVID -19 Travel News: June 3

The World Nomads Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

COVID -19 Travel News: June 3

"It is filled with you. Thanks for tuning in. We will hear the story of fly brothers shortly, but we like to kick off with travel news feel I can look. We expect things to look different post covert, and that's the case for one of the world's most popular museums, the loop in Paris when it finally reopened everyone including staff, members and businesses will have to wear face masks on about twenty to thirty percent of the museums rooms might be closed off, but the postage stamp sized. Lijia Kanda will be open. Ed Did you know. That? Pretentious does of nine. What other nine? I I Hollywood meeting. He'd nurturance. Talking about nausea. Kanda they AIRBNB CO-FOUNDER NCAA branchy has been credited. Saying NIA is the new farm moving forward with guest expected to book trips less than eighty kilometers from home. That's fifty miles and look for more affordable accommodation. In the USA AIRBNB Properties for less than fifty US dollars daughter, experiencing the fastest growth. And we'll share that article and the sick to will look in the future in our show notes. I can't tell me about avoiding people who speak loudly because this could include myself. Say. You. Can't. I Yeah I can look as we distance. Respiratory. Possibility of catching covy goes beyond being coughed on. Tang he sees when you talk you produce Aerosol. And if you talk louder, you produce more so according to the August professor, the loud talking people on the train. The plane on the bus could be the worst spreaders of ours you get. Inside Phil inside voice inside voice. Gotcha now you might recall. Thank you for that. The episode with Bolivia. She was the travel rod heavily stranded in Bungalow in rural. Thailand remember that. She introduced me to Ernest. Want the second when somebody introduces you to somebody that is I second or third. You have to follow up on that list story. As a film Ike out in a sweat second with a US show called fly, brought Bravo which Olivia worked on. From an early age after he was given what he describes as a dangerous little book for Christmas Free stuff for kids. Yes, it was. Just a book that was given to me by the wife of the preacher of my church Miss. mckissick I'll never. Forget her name a wonderful lady who was a lifelong educator as well. And She just gave me that book. One Christmas and it was a key to a new world. Though in the book there were the addresses of various tourism boards and convention and visitors bureaus for cities around the US states and different countries around the world. And if you sent them postcard, they would send you back a packet of information. And this was of course pre Internet I'd get these amazing things I remember. poor sent me this book that was. Every page was as big as a poster, and it was just embossed with this kind of gold card, stock, and just glorious pictures of the Lion City. I remember getting something from the Principality of Monaco. That was sealed in a wax sealed with wax. You know this is in the eighties in Florida like I knew nothing about wax seals, but I was kind of being introduced to a new world of of possibility, and that was what was really kind of getting. That's what got me in a traveling mood early on and I think my parents were a little bit inspired as well just watching me collect all of this information because they've since become travelers themselves. It's just really it does. Kind of spread. That's why they call it a travel bug. That's true well. You got excited for travel and you ended up in Sweden. Take us through that time. Yes, so as a high schooler I remember seeing it movies and other other media people hosting foreign exchange students are going on foreign exchange trips and I remember when I was maybe the tenth grade I was walking in the mall with my parents, and there was a stand for A. Foreign Exchange Company that did it trips for high schoolers, and they also brought students into the US I asked my parents. If we could host a student and they were like no, but you can go and so i. Am going to Sweden for the summer between my. Junior and senior years of high school, the last two years of high school and it was a life forming experience for me. I lived with the family for six weeks in the far north of Sweden. It was the summer so It was pretty much daylight. Around the clock and It was a rural kind of experience. We were living outside of a smaller city and I just remember mosquitoes and lingering sunsets and pine trees but it was an experience that really kind of got me out of what I had known up to. Then and I've never stopped really seeking that adventure

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"tourism board" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"For a quick break someplace different the changeover pays but that doesn't mean you can't day dream about it Merrill segera did I was sitting on the couch the other day watching TV another day stuck in the house and I saw this ad for Scotland it starts with the gorgeous coastline view and then runs through the country's greatest tennis castles lochs historic ruins even a Shetland pony the big puff of hair on its head and then the tagline absence from the ad comes from the country's tourism board visit Scotland when Ramos who does marketing for the board says they wanted to reach the people who are stuck at home right now what we want to say to them with this video as you really need to think about gay in Scotland on your list and like this one are everywhere Indonesia's tourism board is sharing photos of the country's national parks with the hashtag travel tomorrow it has competition from Germany South Africa Mexico and Switzerland which has its own tagline dream now travel later Claudio sampe works for the Swiss tourism board we wanted to be in contact with our guests we wanted to be talking to them making sure that we are thinking of them at the knowing that we are waiting for them and while they're waiting sampe and his colleagues are not above tempting you with some dreamy visuals of a train ride through the Swiss Alps Switzerland like a lot of other countries relies on tourist dollars Henry Harteveldt is a travel industry analyst atmosphere research group in some countries tourism can account for twenty percent even thirty percent of their GDP in Switzerland the tourism industry is just about three percent of GDP but it's also a big source of jobs in small towns and heard about says if it seems a little early to be luring tourists considering the pandemic keep in mind especially international travel has a longer lead time in your maybe more logistics to consider they need to start doing this now even though he says.

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"tourism board" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The country's tourism board visit Scotland when Ramos who does marketing for the board says they wanted to reach the people who are stuck at home right now what we want to say to them with this video as you really need to think about gay in Scotland on your list ads like this one are everywhere Indonesia's tourism board is sharing photos of the country's national parks with the hashtag travel tomorrow it has competition from Germany South Africa Mexico and Switzerland which has its own tagline dream now travel later Claudio sampe works for the Swiss tourism board we wanted to be in contact with our guests we wanted to be talking to them making sure that we are thinking of them and knowing that we are waiting for them and while they're waiting something his colleagues are not above tempting you with some dreamy visuals of a train ride through the Swiss Alps Switzerland like a lot of other countries relies on tourist dollars Henry Harteveldt is a travel industry analyst atmosphere research group in some countries tourism can account for twenty percent each and thirty percent of their GDP in Switzerland the tourism industry is just about three percent of GDP but it's also a big source of jobs in small towns and heard about says if it seems a little early to be luring tourists considering the pandemic keep in mind especially international travel has a longer lead time you're maybe more logistics to consider they need to start doing this now even though he.

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"tourism board" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"tourism board" Discussed on KCRW

"Get away a quick break someplace different the change of pace but that doesn't mean you can't day dream about it Meryl cigar did I was sitting on the couch the other day watching TV another day stuck in the house and I saw this ad for Scotland it starts with the gorgeous coastline view and then runs through the country's greatest tennis castles lochs historic ruins even a Shetland pony the big puff of hair on its head and then the tagline ops from the ad comes from the country's tourism board visit Scotland when Ramos who does marketing for the board says they wanted to reach the people who are stuck at home right now what we want to say to them with this video as you really need to think about gay in Scotland on your list I'd like this one are everywhere Indonesia's tourism board is sharing photos of the country's national parks with the hashtag trouble tomorrow it has competition from Germany South Africa Mexico and Switzerland which has its own tagline dream now travel later Claudio sampe works for the Swiss tourism board we wanted to be in contact with our guests we wanted to be talking to them making sure that we are thinking of them in knowing that we are waiting for them and while they're waiting something his colleagues are not above tempting you with some dreamy visuals of a train ride to the Swiss Alps Switzerland like a lot of other countries relies on tourist dollars Henry Harteveldt is a travel industry analyst atmosphere research group in some countries tourism can account for twenty percent even thirty percent of their GDP in Switzerland the tourism industry is just about three percent of GDP but it's also a big source of jobs in small towns and heard about says if it seems a little early to be luring tourists considering the pandemic keep in mind especially international travel has a longer lead time in your maybe more logistics to consider they need to start doing this now even though.

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Google Earth video tours of LA

Talking Tech

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Google Earth video tours of LA

"So we've all seen a lot of these zoom meetings where we Show you different places. But what about a Google Earth meeting Los Angeles tourism has a twist on? Take you to places you haven't been how about via Google Earth. Well Bill cars who's the VP of digital marketing for Los Angeles tourism has put together a few of these. Well first of all. Just explain to people what a Google Earth tour is all about. I we all know about going onto google earth and looking up you know location. So what what? A street address looks like and things like that. But what is the actual show on Google Earth? What's it like? Sure so? Google Earth gives you the opportunity to develop a presentation in a project. And you can customize that project within the platform while you're GONNA do is sign by Google. Anybody can customize it it's just a matter of the content of you're putting into it it allows you to choose different views satellite hybrid not view. And then you can add the locations but not only that you're also adding in video clips if you allow for audio zone and you can add photography as well as descriptions and you can keep this presentation around for days after months after can live in perpetuity so We're really loving what we're seeing. Google Earth Tours. How did you come up with the idea because again? It's just not something that is done a lot. It's usually two people talking on a Webcam Blah Blah Blah talking heads. Yes Oh internally. The the Tourism Board is small but mighty team we come up with some really interesting ideas and we chatted and we started going through it and we saw that in the presentation mode with worth it allows you to fly through different locations so as we go from point. B. We feel like we're virtually going to these places and it really is that tourism vibe Safer example we wanted to take somebody to Cathy's corner which is that area from the dancing in la La land overlooking the valley at that magical camera night magic hour and when you get there. You have the shots from the locations. That that that Robert Folks interest douses provided us in addition to the description of the location or talking through how they got access to that particular location working with parking wrecks in the organ in the city to get access to these places. So yeah that's how he came out using Google Earth and so the first one was La la land locations and then you have a second one coming out on Friday tell everybody about it so with National Travel and tourism week taking place right now We thought there's no better place to focus on that showcases the spirit of travel then the Los Angeles International Airport. Lax is an iconic airport throughout the world and they've got a flight path museum at LAX. That not a lot of people know about this hidden gem newseum in when I stumbled across a Google Earth virtual tour of museum. I was astounded and I showed the curator's doses museum what was possible by zoom in Google Earth and They were floored so on Friday at twelve thirty PM. Tst We're going to be doing a virtual tour to flight patterns and taking you through history of flight even and you'll minefield at lax and to what we see today at the airport. So we've got a couple of others. Zoos coming up Everything that we're doing right now is focused on virtual experiences. But we're hoping that sooner than later as I said before there's no substitute for travel people be able to experience these things in real life but We're GONNA be doing a couple more coming up. We've got a facebook live with the opera and this weekend. We're doing a mother's Day special with an sons chocolate tears at their chocolate factor in the arts district. Well that's great because see's candies sold out the needs good alternatives. Tell us about magic hour. Every night you guys to a livestream of a sunset from a different location or is it usually Venice. Because I've seen a lot of Venice. Yeah no we were stationed at Hotel Irwin in Venice. Beach and You know to give somebody amazing. Webcam you have to really. I'm have the right equipment in place so We have Yes large camera station with the capture card feeding into OB software that allows us to broadcast broadcasts not only on Youtube but on facebook and instagram to simultaneously. So we're reaching Oliver Audiences. What's been the response to it? It's been outstanding We've reached over a million and a half people already people from all over the world. I mean anecdotally. We've seen some unbelievable commentary from people who are just dreaming of travel and when they see the sunset of Los Angeles and it changes as you know. Jeff it's just magical the see one night you'll have. The fog role in the next night will be perfectly sunny but then when those clouds rolling like last night it's just stunning and and I think brings that hope that people are looking for You know throughout the country and throughout the world how challenging is it right now to promote travel at a time when people can travel? Yeah it's it. Hasn't been easy. You know our spirits have I absolutely In a little crush but to be honest I think you know as time has gone over the past couple weeks. We've worked together as a team. And we've seen a lot of people throughout the industry come together and with the United States Travel Association putting National Travel Tours away together and with our magic hour campaign. I feel like we're really out of this. I know it's still. You'RE GONNA take some time for everything you get back up and running on but I gotta be honest it It's been amazing to see how many people are looking forward to the future and you you find that people are armchair traveling right now. Yeah after these virtual experiences. There's no better time to plan for your next trip. So Armchair travel is definitely the wave of the presence of the president but Hopefully people will get out of the armchair and be able to travel again soon. Well congrats for taking some innovation to new ways of checking out different places so again if you wanna see the virtual tour you co to discover

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"tourism board" Discussed on Legally Bland

Legally Bland

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"tourism board" Discussed on Legally Bland

"A bit more of a leeway for police. Doing whatever it's interesting. Obviously your new islanders nowadays. I feel like we'd be like no. The police have the responsibility in that like today. I feel like you wrangler into like Oh. He was so unguarded he was still in police custody though. I don't know they like they put them. Unlike lack of them for five seconds grop them again like was it. Let him go immediately rearrested? That's what it sounds like so I mean I think they're kind of old fashioned crimes. Most am I correct in saying the case law is largely from like the thirty s forty yet the winner luxury from nine hundred eighty-three Oday. The Not long ago. Interestingly though there's a very similar Fox Dario in American case a case Alabama from nineteen forty. Four where they actually found the opposite. They said you shouldn't be convicted in the absence of voluntary conduct which makes sense but at the same time. The question of like being drunk is slightly different. Because you know even though you might be responsible for actually this you don't you. Don't intend to be intoxicated. A public face but you still probably intended to drink the intoxicants year. And so there's just one of their case which I thought was. It was one of the first cases we covered in criminal. And it's just can I ask is the case with the woman who comes back into the country. Yes I like. This kid are on listener. It's ninety two degrees in English case for all the cases mentioned by the way have citations on the blog. Don't you worry you're pretty heads? You can go find all these old criminal cases and read them. Ask Your pleasure so yeah as I say. It's the first case we didn't colonel. And always reverend it. Just it just a good one. It's just it makes sense. Put It on like it at all. I think it's because sometimes this signed insane. Sometimes I think about like what if this happened to me. I would be really mad so in honor as you can tell by the name. Maybe it's this woman is a French citizen and she's in the UK living there living her life to talk to her visa. Her visa expired. Or there's some issue with visa and she. She's told she might be deported. And she you know she understands she then decides to come to Ireland which I think great decision I mean. I didn't know it was the Irish Tourism Board in existence in one thousand nine hundred eighty three Bush. Great job guys. She comes to Ireland Ireland. Where we're not having any of this and Ireland is again the visa just seems non existent and I was unaware at the time in the Thirties. Care Debate visa requirements and stuff. I like I have this image in my head. This is very simplistic and naive. And childlike Berkeley's listened and I have my head of like immigration before the Nineteen Fifties Ellis island image wherever and just kind of turns and you just waved on through. And they're going come on keep going like I don't know it seems like it seems to be still. It feels like such a modern issue. Yeah I get it. Yeah I don't know but anyway the visa again French people may need a visa going into England in the very near future brag who were like canine search like eighty years later more like aw. Nudie Ha this is your future Britain. I hope you're happy. I mean history is very cyclical and human nature. Is that people make the same mistakes over and over again over off only for the person who's being deported. Obviously work history down situation. I'd be interested to see what would happen. I don't know I feel like there is more legislation than there was in the thirties. People were doing to people. Still don't get visas when they're immigrating in Stoltze on because as we say Britain's Asia of Europe so they don't have the same free ride that they did before re interesting speaking. Sorry just when you said orchestrating the Fox of the case. That would be really interesting. I do I would have no power planet because it don't want policy cut open crime prosecuted for anything. Why do you think I am not saying? I'm not implying that I'm just saying the idea of like I suppose. Maybe a psychological experiment disturbs our associate logical experiment. Maybe like orchestrate the exact same Fox from like an old case where the lowest still roughly the same. And see what happens yeah? I'm not going to do with that. Is You risking too much? Because Criminal Law got maybe maybe not for criminal maybe like an ice nuisance case he. Just you know you just get your dog to closing. I wanted GONNA kick off from this anyway but the fact of this. So Larry Nassar is being deported from Ireland. I mean like I dunno like obviously there is like the actual like legal issues but I feel sorry for being deported. I can't imagine it's a nice feeling being like a whole country kicking you like it's Rovan off of Astra. You're welcome in a friend's house. I can't imagine what it's like for a whole country to be like we don't want you here anymore. So divorce and back to the country of origin as far as like the paperwork or like her old residents. Yeah so the last country she was living in was the UK so Super Boxy UK where she was earlier told to get out of and because she's absolutely no legal stunning to be in the UK. She's prosecutors and which brings up a separate issue which I think the idea. That people can be criminalized. Generally like I I when you move that. She's just her existence in the UK is criminal. If that makes sense not doing anything. Yada exactly. This is what this is where St. Mary's just seem harsh. I think they're old fashioned. I don't know I don't think on the same was the case law. Commoner might.

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"tourism board" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

16:00 min | 2 years ago

"tourism board" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Hey so Leeann I never. We're about to fight Leeann. I never fight and when we do fight. It's always because like I gave her two things is to hold. And so her body shuts down and frustrated like my off switch if you ever want Lia digest ceased to exist. Give her two items to hold at. The same time makes me suspect that I might actually be a high functioning robot. The other thing is that leaves sometimes things that I yell at her only because I slightly project okay. Wow you know what every time time you get hungry. It's because you're mildly inconveniencing somebody and you have an anxiety. Spiral that's true. Those are the three times we get angry. Yeah the one that really does us in is when we are hungry And so we got hungry after we after we got the car. So we found Disney Schwa- plays like across town but discovered that across town was actually forty five minutes of bumper to bumper tiny miniscule school traffic for ants so forty five minutes later we were still trying to drive around and find like a fucking parking space and there is nothing we were like all right. We'll just pay for parking with our giant Ashby. I'M W I guess we're rich. Whatever yeah we went into a parking garage only to discover that French? Parking garages are approximately the size of Barbie's dream house. And we're in like a tank so when we got in there we realized that everything was just hairpin turns and there was like one inch margins on the side and after going through the entire garage found that there was absolutely no parking. Yes there is no appoint to like winding through this labyrinth maze of parking. Because there's no room for US anyway so he said Fuck it and we tried to leave and then we hit the the world's smallest poll. It was like you couldn't see it over the dashboard. It was so small it was like a pole at Lipa. Let it was tiny. We didn't even know that we'd hit it until like three hours later when we looked at the car and we were like look. We're going our into our French road trip and we've already wrecked our BMW. Yeah so we said fuck it and I was like. Let's just get on the road and I remembered -membered last time that I was in France. I was in Paris and I went to McDonald's and I had a macaroni and it was amazing and I was just like you know what every food and France everywhere that you go in France has the best food all of it. There is no such thing as bad French food so I was like. Let's just go anywhere. We cannot have bad food in France that is not possible so the first place that we saw was a gas station and we discovered. Oh there's bad food in France turns out yes. I don't know if it's every gas station or just this one gas station but it was awful. It was the worst French food I it was objectively just bad bad food and we got like French Creek. Mom It was awful. Yeah we got like a Quiche which was to knock it scrambled. It was just frozen so we were feeling really Louis Shitty. We went some mop for the night and also had difficulty. Parking are giant car. There was a line of people honking at US and crossing us in French. And we were just feeling really shitty and then when we left we found this hole in the wall bakery that we had just stumbled upon. We didn't even we couldn't even see it on. Google has searched for this bakery for years. Since we've been there and I can't find it. It was a fresh made almond croissant. But it wasn't just Marzipan in the middle. There was also chocolate chips. It was so good at tasted like cookie dough and that restored my hope in French road. Because we've had like this shitty ass like gas station food. And then I think we had to cook like Rama noodles or like pasta or something Lake Penny Pasta in a jar of tomato. But then we had that almond croissant. I remember looking around Montpelier and just realizing that every single person I saw had a baguettes tucked under their arm. I was like we're GonNa be alright confirming so many stereotypes stereotypes. Yeah but the bag thing. That's real it's true. We were on a road trip in this beautiful country but we were mostly sticking to the highways as in like nursing some food poisoning. It wasn't real food poisoning. It was just shitty gas station food. That was not settling well. That's not that does not mean what you think it means. So Lia Had A revelation. Yeah because we were in this car. And we weren't backpacker as we used to be stuck to lake wherever the collective overtake us the bus or whatever and I was like now we're in control of our lives as we have. BMW we can go wherever the fuck we. Why we're American so I was like let's just like take an exit and like go in search of adventure? There's something cool in the French highways where every exit has like a picture of one of the tourist attractions of like attached to that exit. And it makes it look really awesome so we saw an exit with the picture of this awesome awesome castle called Chateau Vizo. We've all. It looks. Baller Lula go straight up castle from fairytale and we were like. Let's go so we pulled off the highway. Hey took an exit And we plug it into our little. GPS because we had like a little BMW British lady. GPS and she was very helpful. She was very British to she would be like make like a u-turn but like politely. Yeah it was very polite. It was like Yo going the wrong way. Consider turning around now. Didn't listen when I said take a left and instead you took a right that that was an interesting choice please make a u-turn. It was very Mary Berry. It was like Soggy bottom soggy bottom but lovely presentation. Good crumb not a fan of the flavor lever. If only you just put a little bit more alcohol in or wouldn't have done all right. This is just us doing our largest doing a great British bake off podcast now. They wouldn't even be mad about it. So we're listening this British lady and she keeps telling us like turn right turn right you have to do away. And she keeps telling US turn right turn right turn right and you will have arrived Ambu turn right and there was no road there. It was like barely a footpath. It was literally like a creaky old gate covered in cobwebs with sign on it. That probably said do not enter and it was kind of like that part in beauty and the beast where bells dad is just like wandering into a castle and trespassing. And you're like bells. Dad Turnaround what are you doing. You're an idiot. And he just keeps going. That was exactly us except we were listening to the GPS and it's deathly gps his fault but I took the footpath anyway and there was like a no parking signs so in my mind. I said if there's a no parking sign that means that they anticipate cars will be in this little courtyard area area. So I'm going to keep going and there are houses on the other side of there was like a crest of a hill their house on the other side of it. So obviously there's going to be a road there because we're Americans Erkin and houses have to be attached to streets now. It was a courtyard. We were in the middle of a courtyard inside of the castle. And all that was behind us was like we had just come down like a forty. I five degree like Gravel Hill. Like I want to say it was nearly vertical. It felt nearly vertical. I'm pretty sure it was more than forty five degree grade because it was meant to be walked act on not driven on and I like horse-drawn carriage on yeah and I looked at the rear view mirrors as we were driving and like little specks of dust are hitting the mirrors there there was zero margin of error and I finally get to an opening only to discover that that road that I thought existed in front of every house actually like the tiniest footpath probably made for monks so we're like seconds courtyard. There's nowhere to go and it's all cobblestone was like these pebbles and we could feel the car sliding on these pebbles. And so I had to to do this. Like fast and the furious maneuver but it was like slow and the anxious maneuver where I I would like. Try to do. Like the Austin Powers Seventy point turn but the cobblestone was winning and I would like slide down and so I was like fuck it. I gotTa do a big one. And I like whipped around and I remember stepping on the gas on the hill those like forty five degrees and you gripped my arm and he is screaming into your hand and made it up. Okay no we backed act up you did not turn around. We did it forwards I would never take that back right. You've you did it backwards. I would never do that in my head when I remember it. I was screaming thing and crying. And it was backwards. Jason Statham chasing us with a rocket launcher and Vin. DIESELS late. Do it for the family and then like somebody jumps out of the helicopter and the rock has like a cast on. But then he rips the cast off because it's time for him to get to action and now I'm just describing fast five. It's so good I'd do fast in the various you know what I didn't appreciate the fast and furious until we like had to watch it on like eighteen different buses through Perot and we were going fast in the furious and I felt like I loved. I lived it. It was like very forty forty and now I'm a fan. The best part of the whole thing was that we we hit this little. Like lay Paulette in this parking garage and then I maneuvered this castle. Not fucking scratch on the car not a fucking scratch and honestly that was the last time we ever ventured ventured off the beaten path with us. Yeah we were like fuck it. We'll pay the toll whole that's fine. So yeah we highway we headed to Bordeaux and Bordeaux was lovely. We drank all the wine. We went to a wonderful wine tour And this was it's actually hosted by the Tourism Board which was really nice of them and really exciting because again like my blog is like seven eight months old our blog sorry. Our blog shaqs our blog which we were both working on. Because you were you were doing instagram. Thank you where you yeah you. You've definitely don't do it anymore. It's less time you log into our instagram. Because I put you on blast for Hamilton an episode one. Yes I forgot about that. Wow still upset. Yeah how Tourism Board Post Go. Oh so okay. This is gonNA sound like an excuse out of the entire four years that I've been travel blogger now. The only photos that have ever mysteriously corrupted were the photos from this one tour that I was gifted for the tourism board so he never wrote about it and I did put it like in a post eventually. I put it in. The post-war talked about are you long honeymoon when I sent it to them. I apologize but I sounded like the shittiest like unprofessional. Blogger trying to make an excuse and I honestly still feel about about it. If you're the photo tors the borders listening I feel really bad. I'm sorry give me another chance please. We did eat a lot of truffles. Though we did it was it was really nice. Weed left niece as we are in Bordeaux at this point stop. That's again low hanging fruit. They put everything. Remember that Pasta that we got that was like truffle and and photograph. That was my birthday pasta. It was like the one time I tried flog raw and I felt guilty about it but it was really really good. How do you feel about fog right now? You know I do feel guilty about it because yeah I it's produce unethically. Most of the time there is some foreground that produce ethically By just like surrounding a a geese with like its favorite foods which I understand like I. Don't you know that would also make me morbidly obese. But we do a lot of we eat a lot of shit that could be considered ethical. Nikolic we do eat meat dairy and cheese and there's no ethical way to separate from its child so you kind of we kind of have to do some mental gymnastics here. where it's it's like okay like we love? Animals were against animal abuse but also we are meters and Waga is one of the things that like. I only eaten it very few times in my life. I've been very picky about the Times that I've eaten it. It's not something I do regularly and I do feel bad about it but on the other hand it's like I.

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"tourism board" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"tourism board" Discussed on The Practical Wanderlust Podcast

"Hey so Leeann I never. We're about to fight Leeann. I never fight and when we do fight. It's always because like I gave her two things is to hold. And so her body shuts down and frustrated like my off switch if you ever want Lia digest ceased to exist. Give her two items to hold at. The same time makes me suspect that I might actually be a high functioning robot. The other thing is the Leah's sometimes things that I yell at her only because I slightly project okay. Wow you know what every time time you get hungry. It's because you're mildly inconveniencing somebody and you have an anxiety. Spiral that's true. Those are the three times we get angry. Yeah the one that really does us in is when we are hungry And so we got hungry after we after we got the car. So we found Disney Schwa- plays like across town but discovered that across town was actually forty five minutes of bumper to bumper tiny miniscule school traffic for ants so forty five minutes later we were still trying to drive around and find like a fucking parking space and there is nothing we were like all right. We'll just pay for parking with our giant Ashby. I'M W I guess we're rich. Whatever yeah we went into a parking garage only to discover that French? Parking garages are approximately the size of Barbie's dream house. And we're in like a tank so when we got in there we realized that everything was just hairpin turns and there was like one inch margins on the side and after going through the entire garage found that there was absolutely no parking. Yes there is no appoint to like winding through this labyrinth maze of parking. Because there's no room for US anyway so he said Fuck it and we tried to leave and then we hit the the world's smallest poll. It was like you couldn't see it over the dashboard it was so small it was like a Paulette. Lipa let it was tiny. We didn't even know that we'd hit it until like three hours later when we looked at the car and we were like look. We're going our into our French road trip and we've already wrecked our BMW. Yeah so we said fuck it and I was like. Let's just get on the road and I remembered -membered last time that I was in France. I was in Paris and I went to McDonald's and I had a macaroni and it was amazing and I was just like you know what every food and France everywhere that you go in France has the best food all of it. There is no such thing as bad French food so I was like. Let's just go anywhere. We cannot have bad food in France that is not possible so the first place that we saw was a gas station and we discovered. Oh there's bad food in France turns out yes. I don't know if it's every gas station or just this one gas station but it was awful. It was the worst French food I it was objectively just bad bad food and we got like French Creek. Mom It was awful. Yeah we got like a Quiche which was to knock it scrambled. It was just frozen so we were feeling really Louis Shitty. We went some mop for the night and also had difficulty. Parking are giant car. There was a line of people honking at US and crossing us in French. And we were just feeling really shitty and then when we left we found this hole in the wall bakery that we had just stumbled upon. We didn't even we couldn't even see it on. Google has searched for this bakery for years. Since we've been there and I can't find it. It was a fresh made almond croissant. But it wasn't just Marzipan in the middle. There was also chocolate chips. It was so good at tasted like cookie dough and that restored my hope in French road. Because we've had like this shitty ass like gas station food. And then I think we had to cook like Rama noodles or like pasta or something Lake Penny Pasta in a jar of tomato. But then we had that almond croissant. I remember looking around Montpelier and just realizing that every single person I saw had a baguettes tucked under their arm. I was like we're GonNa be alright confirming so many French stereotypes stereotypes. Yeah but the bag thing that's real it's true. We were on a road trip in this beautiful country but we're mostly sticking to the highways as in like nursing some food poisoning it wasn't real food poisoning. It was just shitty gas station food. That was not settling well. That's not that does not mean what you think it means. So Lia Had A revelation. Yeah because we were in this car. And we weren't backpacker as we used to be stuck to lake wherever the collective overtake us the bus or whatever and I was like now we're in control of our lives as we have. BMW we can go wherever the fuck we. Why we're American so I was like let's just like take an exit and like go in search of adventure? There's something cool in the French highways where every exit has like a picture of one of the tourist attractions of like attached to that exit. And it makes it look really awesome so we saw an exit with the picture of this awesome awesome castle called Chateau Vizo. We've all. It looks. Baller Lula go straight up castle from fairytale and we were like. Let's go so we pulled off the highway. Hey took an exit And we plug it into our little. GPS because we had like a little BMW British lady. GPS and she was very helpful. She was very British to she would be like make like a u-turn but like politely. Yeah it was very polite. It was like y'all going the wrong way. Consider turning around now. Didn't listen when I said take a left and instead you took a right that that was an interesting choice please make a u-turn. It was very Mary Berry. It was like Soggy bottom soggy bottom but lovely presentation. Good crumb not a fan of the flavor lever. If only you just put a little bit more alcohol in on the wouldn't've done all right. This is just us doing our largest doing a great British bake off podcast now. They wouldn't even be mad about it. So we're listening this British lady and she keeps telling us like turn right turn right you have to do away. And she keeps telling US turn right turn right turn right and you will have arrived Ambu turn right and there was no road there. It was like barely a footpath. It was literally like a creaky old gate covered in cobwebs with sign on it. That probably said do not enter and it was kind of like that part in beauty and the beast where bells dad is just like wandering into a castle and trespassing. And you're like bells. Dad Turnaround what are you doing. You're an idiot. And he just keeps going. That was exactly us except we were listening to the GPS and it's deathly gps his fault but I took the footpath anyway and there was like a no parking signs so in my mind. I said if there's a no parking sign that means that they anticipate cars will be in this little courtyard area area. So I'm going to keep going and there are houses on the other side of there was like a crest of a hill their house on the other side of it. So obviously there's going to be a road there because we're Americans Erkin and houses have to be attached to streets now. It was a courtyard. We were in the middle of courtyard inside of the castle and all that was behind us was like we had just come down like a forty. I five degree like Gravel Hill like I want to say it was nearly vertical. It felt nearly vertical. I'm pretty sure it was more than forty five degree grade because it was meant to be walked act on not driven on and I like horse-drawn carriage on yeah and I looked at the rear view mirrors as we were driving and like little specks of dust are hitting the mirrors there there was zero margin of error and I finally get to an opening only to discover that that road that I thought existed in front of every house actually like the tiniest footpath probably made for monks so we're like seconds courtyard. There's nowhere to go and it's all cobblestone was like these pebbles and we could feel the car sliding on these pebbles. And so I had to to do this. Like fast and the furious maneuver but it was like slow and the anxious maneuver where I I would like. Try to do. Like the Austin Powers Seventy point turn but the cobblestone was winning and I would like slide down and so I was like fuck it. I gotTa do a big one and I like whipped around and I remember stepping on the gas on the hill those like forty five degrees and you gripped my arm and screaming into your hand and made it up. Okay no we backed act up you did not turn around. We did it forwards I would never take that back right. You've you did it backwards. I would never do that in my head when I remember it. I was screaming thing and crying. And it was backwards. Jason Statham chasing us with a rocket launcher and Vin. DIESELS late. Do it for the family and then like somebody jumps out of the helicopter and the rock has like a cast on. But then he rips the cast off because it's time for him to get to action and now I'm just describing fast five. It's so good I'd do fast and furious. You know what I didn't appreciate the fast and furious until we like had to watch it on like eighteen different buses through Perot and we were going fast in the furious and I felt like I loved. I lived it. It was like very forty forty and now I'm a fan. The best part of the whole thing was that we we hit this little. Like lay Paulette in this parking garage and then I maneuvered this castle. Not fucking scratch on the car not a fucking scratch and honestly that was the last time we ever ventured ventured off the beaten path with us. Yeah we were like fuck it. We'll pay the toll whole that's fine. So yeah we highway we headed to Bordeaux and Bordeaux was lovely. We drank all the wine. We went to a wonderful wine tour And this was it's actually hosted by the Tourism Board which was really nice of them and really exciting because again like my blog is like seven eight months old our blog sorry. Our blog shaqs our blog which we were both working on. Because you were you were doing instagram. Thank you where you yeah you. You've definitely don't do it anymore. It's less time you log into our instagram. Because I put you on blast for Hamilton an episode one. Yes I forgot about that. Wow still upset. Yeah how Tourism Board Post Go. Oh so okay. This is gonNA sound like an excuse out of the entire four years that I've been travel blogger now. The only photos that have ever mysteriously corrupted were the photos from this one tour that I was gifted for the tourism board so he never wrote about it and I did put it like in a post eventually. I put it in. The post-war talked about are you long honeymoon when I sent it to them. I apologize but I sounded like the shittiest like unprofessional. Blogger trying to make an excuse and I honestly still feel about about it. If you're the photo tors the borders listening I feel really bad. I'm sorry give me another chance please. We did eat a lot of truffles. Though we did it was it was really nice. I loved Gordo Weed. Left niece as we are in Bordeaux at this point stop that's again low hanging fruit. They put everything. Remember that Pasta that we got that was like truffle and and photograph. That was my birthday pasta. It was like the one time I tried flog raw and I felt guilty about it but it was really really good. How do you feel about fog right now? You know I do feel guilty about it because yeah I it's produce unethically. Most of the time there is some foreground that produce ethically By just like surrounding a a geese with like its favorite foods which I understand like I. Don't you know that would also make me morbidly obese. But we do a lot of we eat a lot of shit that could be considered ethical. Nikolic we do eat meat dairy and cheese and there's no ethical way to separate from its child so you kind of we kind of have to do some mental gymnastics here. where it's it's like okay like we love? Animals were against animal abuse but also we are meters and Waga is one of the things that like. I only eaten it very few times in my life. I've been very picky about the Times that I've eaten it. It's not something I do regularly and I do feel bad about it but on the other hand it's like I could either be Vegan or I can choose to give myself the occasional pass us and we have really cut down on our meat and dairy gumption. Since we've returned we didn't really have a choice. You're traveling in most parts of South America for example but I'm basically the T. L. D. R.. I feel bad about it but it was delicious. Yeah it's one of those things it's easy to be like. Oh that's one food that I would never exit so cruel. But meanwhile like you said milk. The dairy industry is so terrible. which isn't like making an excuse like I also feel guilty about eating cheese and inning dairy? And it's just one of those things like I tried to you. Know have a net positive causative impact in the world. But I'm not a perfect person and their shit that I do. That's bad This is something that we do get a lot of comments about. They wrote about like Wa in our post us on our blog about our honeymoon and it talks about how it was delicious and people were really upset about it and it made me do some reflecting about what I eat and like how I feel about it and also how I write about it to the public and am I gonNA get up like on my soapbox already. Did that a little bit. But I have mixed feelings about it. In general and then you try to be mindful. After so much wine and delicious pushes food in Bordeaux he went to Avignon which people go to 'cause they're like the famous lavender.

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Does Vancouver need to start turning tourists away?

The Big Story

08:01 min | 2 years ago

Does Vancouver need to start turning tourists away?

"Vancouver is a very nice city to visit. If you've ever been you don't need me to tell you that. In fact nobody needs to tell them that in fact Vancouver itself would probably prefer. I didn't tell people that the city's tourism industry industry is booming so much so that rather than ask themselves how to keep attracting guests. The city is wondering how to ask visitors to maybe stay. Stay at a place a little bit Outta town. Maybe go somewhere anywhere other than the marquee attractions like Stanley Park. There's no doubt that ten million visitors per year can do some great things for a cities economy but what Canada's most picturesque city is facing now. Is these same leg that has come for some of the oldest list and most popular destinations and the world. There is such a thing as too many visitors. So how does Vancouver politely say actually were full right now it becomes back later in the offseason Jordan. Rawlings this is the big story. Molly mccloskey is based in Washington. DC and she's a contributor at city lab among other outlets and she Ended up going wing to Vancouver to report this story today. Molly can you start by telling us how you came across the story. Well I love Ann Cooper. I've spent a fair amount of time there and I'm based on the West Coast states states now although still spend a fair amount of time DC. And so I was elected as a media scholar for the women deliver conference which is a massive international women's rights and family. The conference is held every couple of years and this year it was hoover and so as I was coming up to Vancouver I kind of reached out to the Tourism Board and smother contacts in the area and said you know what's really going on in your town that I should know about as reporter a somebody coming to visit. Who maybe want to see something that I haven't seen before? And as as a result of that conversation the person I was speaking with mentioned almost as an aside will you know we. We really don't promote Vancouver much in the summer anymore and I thought that was such a fascinating knitting idea because you know the tourism boards by their very nature. Their job is to bring people to town right. We see that all around the world and the idea that there are some places that are maxing out on what they can with either can or want to accommodate tourism. Wise was really fascinating to me. We'll do you have an idea of the scope of that leg. Just how did tourism do I guess in Vancouver in two thousand nineteen well. The latest numbers aren't finalized. Of course but when I spoke to them they were expecting ten million visitors In Vancouver in two thousand nineteen they were expecting about two hundred thirty cruise ships to come in and of course when you look at cruise ships versus other forms of tourism. It's a little bit different. Because cruise ship passengers don't necessarily stay in the hotels they may be. Don't necessarily elite at all. The restaurants like other drawers might so it's a little bit of a different beast but still I mean two hundred and thirty very large cruise ships Over the course of the year and and up to ten million visitors coming to Vancouver alone is a pretty dramatic flux of tourists. No matter how you look at it is that number increasing generally over the last little while for Vancouver. It is actually and Vancouver. This summer are expected to be at ninety five percent capacity which for the city that means for cities in general that means really looking at how often the hotels are booked how often restaurants overcrowded with the capacity of special events and things like the women deliver conference how many people that's bringing into the city and if the rate of services such as transit ed or taxis or rideshare which has just launched in Vancouver if they can keep up and keep people moving in a even steady daddy non dramatic flow. That was going to be my next question is do we know. Kind of how approaching capacity impacts the day to day life of a city. Yes we do actually and we seen it in backlash Around around the world really. It's it's really a global tourism boom and keep in mind too that so so many cities depend on tourism as a huge part of their economy. Right and so and that goes back to you know when we were all hunters and gatherers authors and then switched over to an agrarian society and really suddenly started having more and creating more than we needed to consume for ourselves cities of always accommodated or expected to accommodate visitors. Four things like trade as they popped up on trade routes and rivers that sort of thing so this idea of tourism mhm has in some way shape or form existed as long as we've had this idea of cities but as you look at places like Venice or Amsterdam or Barcelona where there's just just too many. There's too many people coming to the scene. Few attractions We've seen in some cases like New York City and Ellis island where the tourists worse. That are coming aren't necessarily very mannerly The rise in social media and instagram and and this idea of I need to get the perfect shot as opposed to you. Experience the perfect sunset or visit. The Perfect Museum has also changed the way that we travel and experience the places that we go to keep in mind too. That tourism in general is very trendy so when I was living in Croatia I lived in the summer before Chris joined the EU the summer joined the EU and the summer after and suddenly Zagreb was the hot spot for tourists and so everybody was there and that immediately impacted things like services for residents and the prices of things things and whether or not there were apartments available at reasonable rates or foreign investors. Buying them up all the time Vancouver had a similar instance where a lot of people were buying properties that they were not living in and keeping them as investment properties. So all of these things when you when you upset the balance of a city for its residents residents that occasionally accommodates tourists versus city that is dependent on tourism to support its residents. It's a different dynamic namic and that's something that cities around the world are really having to grapple with as they are seeing more and more people traveling what kind of actual evidence Did you see in Vancouver. Did they tell you about just in terms of its impact on popular landmarks or the city in general. And what have other places around around the world done to curb some of that Eighty million people lined up for the same instagram shot. While if you take an instance like Quarry Rock in North Van which I love northbound I I climbed the grouse grind a couple years ago and fell and got experience Canadian. Healthcare there's ever in Vancouver but if you look at something acquire rock. which was you know? E- community hiking trail. It was a place that the locals new. They'd spend a Saturday and suddenly became. I'm an international destination and so you had very large tour buses trying to cram into parking lots that were really just meant for locals and for sedans the ends Maybe a minivan or to The the trail getting to the trail. There's lots of gridlock. There was community tension. This idea of we're being invaded by people that are not in our town. I feel that way. It caused a lot of tension and so they put in their new parking harking laws or when he finds their overflow areas they would the locals who put up signs that basically said like the trial had is full like you. This is not the day for you to come to the trail head and as a result of working with the locals the team at Tourism Vancouver finally said okay. You know what we agree. We will just flat out not not promote quarry rock at all and we will start promoting other

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Jordan: A Mystical Place

The World Nomads Podcast

07:13 min | 2 years ago

Jordan: A Mystical Place

"Kickoff with Cassandra Andrew Brooklyn somewhat of a regular on the past partly because Ville she super knowledgeable but also a love her laugh she runs the skyping. NY planning to us for the people. Who Don't like we're doers? And include Cuba Mexico and Jordan a country. That CASSANDRA has been to quite a few times. Now I sure have as a solo traveler and Also leading tours. There is it misty cool. Did you get that from my website. Yes because I believe it's called Mr Call Desert wonders or something. Something catchy that hopefully people are searching for it. So as like an I wound up in Jordan by chance. I've heard of the country but I'd never really thought of going. I was going to Egypt to visit a friend and I had some time and I looked at the map and I was like Ha Jordan's right there. I wonder what Jordan's like and so I asked around and I only found one person. I knew that had been there and and he told me it wasn't worth it because he did day-trip from Israel which is the worst way to go. Because you're spending ten hours on the bus each way to go to Petra and then you only have a few you our explore I thought there'd be more to it so I started doing online. Research showed up. You know spent about a week. And a half. That are backpacking on my own. Meeting eating wonderful people. I was late to meet my friend in Egypt because I was having so much fun enjoyed. It had such a blast and I've been back a few times cents and I'm leading trips there. It's sort of quite westernized in a way I hear so you know quite open to Western visitors coming as well and I'm talking about women traveling there specifically specifically absolutely. I think it's it's a wonderful destination in many many ways. But specifically it's a great introduction to the Middle East For Westerners Westerners and for women specifically I felt extremely safe all the time and of course every woman is going to have her experience and women and have to be more careful and women suffer more When they travel they have to put up with being women in every country in the world but in Jordan I felt extraordinarily safe? And when I've been I've written several articles about Travel Safety actually wrote to World No match one on travel safety tips to Jordan specifically for women and I was serving as many women as possible and I struggled confined women who did have some sort of negative experience. Just because I didn't want to write it just about like phenomenal experience. But Westerners are welcomed in Jordan literally. I was stopped almost every single day on my first trip for somebody say welcome whether it was a police officer whether it was a customs official and the airport whether it was a shop owner whether it was somebody standing next to me waiting for a cab or waiting across the street they would say welcome to Jordan. They want people to know that they are welcome in that country They want people to know that they are a friendly country that gets a bad rap because of their position geographically. People wrongly assume that it's unsafe so they go out of their way to make people feel welcome. I can't tell you how many people stop me to ask if I needed direction somewhere If I needed help translating to catch a cab You know kind to catch a shared car from a busy corner where nobody spoke English to a city that I wasn't sure where it was. You know multiple people coming together to make sure I get into the right vehicle and translating the driver and ensuring that you know showing me. I'm how much I should pay maximum so I'm not being overcharged and then the gestures and they're making insure I get out in the right place. And they're showing me how to get to my final destination so it was. I was blown away with the kindness there in general as a traveler but also a you know as as a woman. I felt very safe. Jordanian women are very well educated. Very independent Some of them do wear headscarves and that's optional optional. One hundred percent some of them don't And they have a lot of opportunity. I'M NOT GONNA speak on behalf of Jordanian women But from what I've heard from my Jordanian friends is there i. It's it's definitely it's one of the most if not the most progressive countries in the Middle East for women which brings us to one of the things we really want to talk. Oh to about these these programs encouraging Jordanian women to get involved in tourism. Yes yes there are a lot of different programs that are are being set up. Most of them are in the north and central part of Jordan and their purpose is to encourage entrepreneurship that creates lasting change in communities. So so it's not the Jordanian government trying to set up some new charity model. They're trying to encourage entrepreneurship and enterprise that that is creating changing communities and many of these programs are led by one men and support many women a lot of them have to do with cooking so so leading traditional cooking classes and helping people create their their own meals to create their own products. That can be taken back. As a souvenir. There's also projects excite relate to weaving and paper making and pottery and soap making So women are earning their income income by producing these products that are sold to tourists. But also they are leading these courses to teach Travelers their traditional skills that have been passed on generation to generation. Doesn't Jordan have a meaningful travel map. Yes they do the meaningful travel map is. It's exactly what this is the enterprises. That's what they call it. These meaningful social enterprises that are lifting up communities in a sustainable way so a lot of these organizations are also dedicated educated to being environmentally sustainable And also says sustainable in the sense that they're not just getting a lump of money from the government and then they're going to burn through tango away. They're saying well in the sense that they're they're creating lasting employment for their communities so if you go to The Jordan Tourism Board's website. They have this beautiful beautiful meaningful. Travel map that you can click on and you can see these different enterprises on the map and you can see what it's about and in some cases it will link to their website and some cases he says it'll take you to a facebook pages all in Arabic so that the last article article I wrote for world nomads. The exploring Jordan from a local women's perspective like one of the suggestions that I made is that you can absolutely go on your own to Jordan. I've done it. It's it's it's fine. It's safe if you really WANNA view to visit as many of these female lead enterprises. You're best off either joining a group tour that includes that or hiring a travel planner or tour operator to help you Include some of those places because many of them are not on the normal itinerary Many of them. You're going to need some private transportation and a guide or translator to get there but but they're totally worth a ECORSE. We we visit those on my

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"tourism board" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"tourism board" Discussed on The Dictionary

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What We Know About the Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths

Lori and Julia

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

What We Know About the Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths

"So in the last thirty minutes like three different stories of come across about the Dominican Republic, and the tourism board there this week at all. That's what they're saying for the Dominican Republic six US tourists. And the shooting of David Ortiz is an image problem like big time. Big time. So they're saying the suspected gunman of baseball player. David Ortiz who did play for the twins before he went to the Boston Red Sox,

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"tourism board" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"tourism board" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"Detour there. We hear a lot about overcrowding in some park, Zion Yellowstone Yosemite. Did you did you run into that? And do you think that is a genuine problem that, that some of our parks are facing right now? Yeah, I mean, sort of one of the, the side benefits of doing ally. Speaking churches was that on my Sundays, I was often fundraising on Saturdays. I was driving there. So I really grew to appreciate visiting the parks on Monday through Friday, when it was a lot less crowded, but even on those days like I was at Yellowstone in July. And I had planned a number of days there halfway through I said, I can't take this anymore. Like it's just so crowded is your spend so much time to sing in your car trying to get places waiting for parking at sort of ruins the experience and I had been Yellowstone many years ago during may, and that was so much better. Just because the traffic is so nuts that it really. Detriment to the experience. So I think one of the things we're struggling with now is, we have a park service in a park foundation that is promoting visiting these sites rightly, so but we aren't keeping pace with infrastructure that it takes to manage this increase number visitors and especially in the popular parks, the ones that are very well known very well marketed, it really shows. So the maintenance backlog that we've, we've heard about we've talked about a bit on, on this podcast from what you've seen it's real and and urgently in, in some places. Well, yeah. I mean one thing I have to say is that the park service, doesn't incredibly good job of working with what they have as general visitor. There were a lot of things that I didn't notice or they did a good job of hiding or or masking as far as maintenance issues go because, in general, the majority of my experiences parks, I never had to say, like, oh, gosh, I wish I could do this, but it's broken. They don't have the money to fix it. So I give them a lot of credit for, for making do with what they have. But yeah, that being said there are places that really need work done to make them capable of handling the amount of visitors that get. I assume over the course of these three years, you spoke to dozens or hundreds of Park, Rangers and park service, employees. Do you think there's a message that you have learned from them that if given the opportunity you would pass along to the top leadership at the park service, or at the interior department in DC? For the department of the interior in the park service. I would just remind them. How fortunate they are to have a staff that is so passionate about the mission that they are serving. I recently got to speaking engagement with employees of the park service, who mentioned that during a recent survey of all the government departments. The park service had the highest score as far as a staff leaving in the mission of their department and that was very evident anecdotally in my personal experiences. These are people who often work service jobs during the off season, just so they can keep having seasonal jobs, because they haven't been able to become full-time. They are people who are highly highly educated, who were jobs that people might say are beneath their education, but they just love their job. They love their sites so much. So I would remind the, the department heads how lucky they are to have a staff at his so committed to the goal. Of their department and to those higher up those in congress, I would ask that they go to our park service sites because when most frustrating things is to go to historic sites in see the United States make a mistake. Four hundred years ago, make it somewhere else three hundred years ago. Another place, two hundred another place. A hundred still today in realize we haven't really learned from our history that were preserving so I sort of wish I could make congress go to a lot of these places in hopefully it would impact the way they legislate. At a great takeaway. You mentioned dinosaur national monument as, as a big surprise any other sites, you visited that you think needed promotions. The end deserve national park status. Well as far as needing promotion. I really can't speak highly enough about the Dakotas people laugh. When I talk about how much I enjoyed them even I talked about how much I like Theodore Roosevelt, national park so much that the superintendent emailed me at one point and said, I just can't believe how much you enjoyed it and how much you keep talking about it. Because North Dakota is so unvisited that their tourism board has been called the save the best for last club. Where if it's your last state visited, they give you a pain in t shirt certificate so many people just put it off. And yet, both badlands national park in theater Roosevelt, national park where some of the most spectacular experiences head in the park service of the most unique places. I saw that it's such a shame that people see that Kotas may think it's only boring prairie. That's definitely one recommendation, give those are Kaplan capital parks, however, some of my other favorite sites. Don't have that. Nation would include white sands, national monument, absolutely incredible place. Wonderful experiences, there Buckeye reef national monument in Saint Croix. Never lens was spectacular spurious, and there's some funny sites, kind of like I went to organ pipe cactus national monument. And thought it was way, better than Suara national park. And I think about all the people that go to Celaya out because it's one of the big sixty one and overlook, Oregon pike cactus because it's a national monument. And think man, are they missing out? So there definitely were number of sites like that, where I think, may be politics was different policies were different sites that have certain status would have national park status to better reflect the experience have there. You mentioned getting E mail from the, the superintendent at at teddy Roosevelt, any other favorite people, you met along the way, I mean, you must run into all sorts of characters hitting four hundred nineteen national park sites. Yeah. Well there too that. I think one of them was a ranger cat. My national park, and he reached out when I was planning my Lasca portion and he's opening gay as well. And he said, he'd, I really appreciate the visibility you're helping bring to us, especially those less than work here. I know cat is really hard and expensive. So if you need a place to stay like you can you can stay at my place in the park, and so that was really cool, just to get to know him really well for few days in this really fascinating ark. And then a few months after I was there. He got reassigned to Hawaii volcanoes and moves at the end of December, just as the shutdown happened. And so now knowing him on a personal level. I got to see the real life impact of the. Shutdown had because he had a new apartment was the deposit, just shipped all stuff. And he's freaking out in Hawaii, Nola Hawaii, so from one of the most expensive parts of our countries to another most expensive, and he went weeks without a paycheck. And so I was heartbroken for him, but also sort of honored to get this window into the reality of Park Rangers because even with these struggles are still so passionate and that brings me to another great experience. I was in Everglades national park and doing a slew slog, which is where you're hiking in, in muddy waters up to your knees could have pythons alligators in them and the Rangers explaining this in our group has all scared, and she said, well, you don't have to you don't gotta worry about nothing as I got the Lord, I got this stick. And this ranger had described herself as a hillbilly, Alabama, who served in the military to protect America while wearing green and she finished. And she wanted to protect America's nature now while wearing green, and I ended up running into her, again, in dinosaur national monument. And then again in Holly, national park because she worked seasonally and it was fun to see the second time to catch up. And then the third time to get to get an update from her on a really magical experience. I had joined this journey where a wild Canadian goose follow my rafting groups before. And so when I saw her again, I got to say what happened to the goose because she was working there with so very fun connections? That sort of spread the entire length of. So your identity covers a whole lot of ground obviously outdoor enthusiasts a gay man. A working preacher, a classically trained counter tenor. How do you balance all of that on a trip this big when everything you do is being shared with the world real time? How do you find the real mica in all of that mix? Yeah, I sort of joke that if a gay Christian male soprano from the flat state in America can devote three years of his life to visiting the national parks. Don't tell me that there is an outdoorsy type, and that you're not part of that because I sort of go against very many of the prototypes of what you'd expect. It's been a fascinating journey, not just as physical wind, but to start this trip sort of thinking I had to hide who I was for it to be successful. And then in the end finding that it's only by embracing all of those unique traits about myself that this journey, eventually survived in came to completion. So I'm positive that there were opportunities sponsors, that would have loved to work with me that did not because one or some of my densities are all were just to offensive or too risky. In fact, one of them told me in writing that they were dropping me suddenly because I was doing too much LGBT. Owlry. So, yeah, it's been hard to realize that's a reality. But also really, heartwarming to wake up every day in say even if it's Justice three year trip, I figured out a way to do something that many people said it was impossible, and for most of the journey beat entirely true to myself, and wake up every day and say, this might be harder than I thought it might be a reference than I thought it might be way more difficult to complete than I thought. But at least every day that I wake up, I know that undoing something that I feel like is making the world better place and helping others. And if sharing those voluble parts of myself is able to help others than it's entirely worth it. So your trip is obviously, it's a once in a lifetime kind of dream that I, I suspect everyone listen to this podcast is thinking, wow. Wish wish I could do that. You're now what thirty three thirty four years old. You have a lifetime ahead of you having done a once in lifetime trip. So, so what's next for you? Yeah. As you said, this is sort of thing, so many people want to do, and having done it, at least in the way that I did it. I don't do what I did if you argon gonna. Visit all the parks figure out how to have your funding ahead of time or get on Netflix show and be super famous that you can get sponsors easily because making this, my job both in fundraising and putting out a product from experience made it a lot less personally fulfilling..

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8 Ways to Use the Word "Collaborate"

BM English Speaking Radio

04:50 min | 2 years ago

8 Ways to Use the Word "Collaborate"

"Today's word is collaborate. Would you like to know what it means? It means to work jointly for an activity or a special project or to form an alliance or the team with M English speaking radio channel loan one, you would every day and impressed the world in these English were cabinet lesson. You will learn how to use the word collaborate. Leah sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English book, gab, Lori and speak English fluently and confidently collaborate is felt as C O. A B. Are. D E, the word collaborate is used when some person ordinal denies ation walks jointly with a Nado for the common cause, for example, often pharmaceutical companies collaborate with local healthcare centers to administer free vaccination to patients who cannot afford, expensive medicines. Wow. Wasn't it easy to understand the meaning of the would collaborate listen carefully how we can use the would collaborate in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight messes, Kaya made beautiful fashion jewelry. It was necessity for the product to be available to allow customer base Hanes. It collaborated with a stocking and distribution company to make the products available nation. Invite moving onto example, number two eight the collaboration between a visa company and a cold drink manufacturer was a win win situation. Both companies benefited from this, and there was an enormous rise in their revenues lettuce understand. Example, number three of eight the farmers and Mara, Stroh were looking for collaboration in techniques that allow farming but very less used of water, they came across a video made by a group of Israeli agree culturists on the subject soon. A group was formed on social media and information was exchanged, can you relate with any such project for, which you have collaborated with someone? Moving onto example number four of eight the national Chess Federation decided to work on enhancing, the popularity of chess across the nation for this pope. Is it entered into collaboration with the team of Russian grandmasters, who would visit India to promote the game of chess? Do you know that over three lacked professionals students and homemakers have learned to speak English, fluently and confidently at B M English-speaking institute? Log onto our web site WWW dot we m consultants India dot com for more information. Example, number five of eight these days, the digital media, and movie makers collaborate to ensure a reach of the movie to the masses. This definitely enhances the revenue from the movie, moving onto example, number six eight for any country. The foreign tourists are a source of foreign exchange. It has been observed that the national tourism board, the locate will operate and hotels, collaborate to attract larger number of tourists by offering comprehensive to packages lettuce understand, example number seven eight with each passing year. The number of Indian students going overseas for higher education is increasing. This has prompted the Indian education institutes to collaborate with foreign universities to offer affiliated. Action programmes moving onto example number eight or eight Christmas was around the corner, large volume of shopping was anticipated. Hence a leading credit card company collaborated with the local shops to offer special discounts to the shoppers for using their credit card.

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'Roseanne' becomes 'Darlene'? ABC reportedly considering reboot around Sara Gilbert

Red Eye Radio

01:10 min | 3 years ago

'Roseanne' becomes 'Darlene'? ABC reportedly considering reboot around Sara Gilbert

"The ongoing eruption of the killer way of volcano correspondent maguelonne marquez with more from hilo amadeo mark off runs to businesses in the hoa he also heads up the tourism board and how much is tourism down i'd say eighty to ninety percent eighty to ninety over the last few weeks eight weeks yeah began a roseanne reboost starring sara gilbert may be a possibility there are reports that abc is considering a show that could focus on gilbert's character darlene conner roseanne hit reboot that was act last week because of bars racist tweet about former obama adviser valerie jarrett on twitter gilbert blasted bars comments she added the cast of roseanne created a show they're proud of and that's separate from the opinions of one cast member facebook says it's shutting down its illfated trending news section after four years a company official is telling the associated press at the feature is outdated and wasn't popular then official says facebook is.

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