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November 23, 2014
 

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Sandy welcomes

Author Lynn Martin of Home Sweet Anywhere

Donald Buyze,
WWI Historian and
Sandy's personal guide in Belgium
 

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Sandy welcomes
Donald Buyze,
WWI Historian and
Sandy's personal guide in Belgium

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Welcome!  If it's Sunday, it's TravelTalkRADIO!

Get a cup of coffee or your favorite libation and buckle up as we take you for a ride with author Lynne Martin and historian Donald Buyze.

Later this month, I will be in Washington DC to sign The Code and publically announce our commitment to end Human Trafficking and crimes against children. We will also be joining the Mud Festival in Jordan at the first of the month. More news of this coming! And don't forget the Carnaval in the Seychelles!


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Author Lynne Martin of Home Sweet Anywhere






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New Memoir Home Sweet Anywhere Celebrates the Home Free Movement

Lynne Martin lives home free with her husband, novelist Tim Martin. They are nomadic retirees living abroad internationally with two suitcases, two computers, and the savvy to make a home almost anywhere.
Lynne joins me to talk about their decision and why 3 years ago they decided to sell most of their belongings land start their journey stopping at exotic cities both Internationally and domestically in the US.

The new book talks about healthy living and why they see no end to their decision to live on the road. Available for Kindle and Audio version.




 

Tourism Travel Guide Lonely Planet announces its Top Ten Destinations for 2014 –
Seychelles is listed as Paradise within Reach


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Donald Buyze, World War I Historian and Sandy's personal guide throughout Beligum





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Talking about History is important so we do not repeat the same mistakes.

The Great War starting in 1914 is a reminder that 8 million lost their lives and the scars on the land are still a reminder of this dark period where countries like Belgium and France suffered much.

Listen to Donald as he and I talk about the few days we spent combing Belgium and parts of France discovering museums, and monuments and most importantly Flanders Field where soldiers and citizens carried a heavy  burden during the 4 years of World War I.


World War I, The Great War of 1914-1918

Who would believe that mankind would even entertain another war after WWI, however history has proven that is did repeat itself with many wars after the 'Great War'. Perhaps one of the most devastating of all wars, the Great War, was responsible for the death of over 8 million people and now the last survivor is a mutilated earth disfigured with craters and villages that were leveled..

Belgium one of the hardest hit, from forced labor to absolute annihilation of its land, was perhaps some of the most important reasons why the United States became involved. UK as well proved to be a good friend to Belgium, something the enemy at the time, did not realize.

This year we start the commemoration of WWI, if you have any interest in this, you will not  be disappointed by what Belgium has in store for visitors in the next upcoming 4 years. New museums and events are marking the 100th year of WWI, especially in the region called Flanders Field.

I had the opportunity to tour Belgium and more specifically, Flanders Fields, to try to make sense of this dark time. Perhaps the most compelling are places like the Talbot House in Poperinge where soldiers stayed a night or two in order to find some sense of peace. I stayed in the Generals room which was the size of two twin beds. While I closed the door to solitude on my first night at the Talbot House, I could not help but think of the young soldiers who had the opportunity to escape the front lines and what it might feel like for them to close that same door and ponder their existence. There must have been tears, fear and hope for survival. The Talbot House will welcome you to stay for a night and see what it might have felt like for those young boys to escape the cold harsh reality of this savage war.

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Welcome to BusinessTravelRADIO!
I will do some light housekeeping in this first segment and set the mood for this hour of BusinessTravelRADIO. Please join me.

My email is always available, no matter where we are in this world.


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Donald Buyze World War I Historian and my guide throughout Belgium





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Join Donald Buyze and I as we take you around Belgium and France as we start the 100 year commemoration of the Great War, World War .


 

Thank you for joining us!

I start the show as I do each week, with ‘some radio housekeeping’ and the latest news in our world. I hope you start the show from the beginning with us, however, if you prefer to listen to each guest, we have created segments for each contributor. Email me with your questions or ideas!


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Mona Naffa, Monaco Business Development

California Born/Jordanian Descent Creating Refreshing look at Jordan

This week we talk to good friend and colleague, Mona Naffa from Monaco business Development about planning the Dead Sea event in Jordan by incorporating the creation of the largest floating peace sign in the world. To top it off, the Guinness Record Book came to evaluate and announced that all records had been broken by the employees and friends of the local resorts on the Dead Sea.  Listen to this interview as two friends discuss a country that is stable, safe and proving to be a leader by example. Jordan is  loved by many.
 


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Rev. Louis L. Anderson Diocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan

Creating Second Careers in Travel

Roman Catholic Priest Lou Anderson joins me to talk about
his second career as a Cruise Ship Chaplin.  Father Lou talks about his early career as a parish priest which later transformed into serving others while traveling. The discussion is fun, entertaining and hopefully enlightening. Father Lou’s next trip in 2015 will be a 90 day voyage that will take him to new parts of our world.


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We visit with UK Travel Experts Today

We visit with our UK friends including Carolyn Pearson, founder of Maiden-Voyage and Allistair Callender the manufacturer of Gate8 Luggage. I have a few nuggets to share with you as well in our first segment on BusinessTravelRADIO.


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Carolyn Pearson, founder of Maiden-Voyage



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A Free Social Network for Women Business Travellers
Ladies who travel alone and want to meet the locals, take a look at Maiden-Voyage

Carolyn Pearson, founder of Maiden-Voyage, is a business that enables women to travel knowing there are other local women who are anxious to meet them in visiting cities. Carolyn also discusses the idea that taxis have a responsibility to help stop the trafficking of children and women into the dark life of prostitution . Take a listen and visit the Web site. http://www.maiden-voyage.com

Meet like-minded professional women for dinner around the world, stay in female friendly hotels and use our safety tips to ensure your business trip is safe & social. Register free


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Allistair Callender owns and manufacturers Gate8 Luggage


 

Business Travelers Turned Luggage Manufacturere Turns Humanitarian

I met Allistair Callender in London at the Disruptive Passenger Conference. Allistair owns and manufacturers Gate8 Luggage a product he designed out of the need of a business traveler looking for a better piece of luggage. Allistair was impressed with the Human Trafficking Awareness training my team and I gave during the conference and  before it was adjourned, Allistair became committed to Human Trafficking Awareness by offering to create a luggage tag that would be attached at the manufacturing plant and then distributed. The tag will offer indicators and action items for travelers who believe they have witnessed trafficking.


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