Become a Featured Link on our site. Click here to learn more.
MORE TRAVEL SITES
SEARCH THE SITE
Look through the list of fascinating places and off-beat features we've covered. Search text versions of past episodes and articles in our archives.
Episodes for April 2007
To access audio to these episodes::
Traveler's Journal episdoes for April 2007
Yachts boats motor and wind powered, can be chartered around the globe directly through brokers or on the Internet, but a good travel agent can still facilitate the process..
The Faces of .New
Barely one fourth the size of
Tips for Travelers with Heart Problems
A weak heart once Folks at home, but advances in medical care and transportation mean those with cardiac histories can now have travel in their future.
Taking the Pulse of
Once again, the capital of the German nation,
Skinning Sakes in
In many Chinese cities, it is boom times in the restaurant business. The range of dining options is impressive, both in terms of traditional cuisine and theme.
El Camino de Santiago
In this Christian holy week, a quarter million pilgrims are in the final stage of a month-long journey across northern
All travel is educational, but last year, several hundred thousand American high school and college students actually attended classes abroad.
The Glory of Nothing
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument is the kind of vastness where a good guide is essential and pack animals a plus. But there is an eternity in this nothingness.
Semana Santa in Guanajuato
The Mexican city of
From mad cows to terrorist bombers, caution is always a key element to any safe and satisfying international journey.
It's difficult to say whether the location of this tiny nation on the corner of the
On Being There
Too often on trips, the going and doing gets in the way of the experience. “Done that," is more meaningful when you really have “Been there.”
An Alaskan Treasure
When the 49th state was admitted to the
Wining, Dining and Doing Business Abroad
When business takes one abroad, demonstrating good intentions to clients and customers means taking the time and trouble to learn some customs of their country.
Shakespeare's Globe Re-newed
In 1613, the first Globe Theatre burned. Many attempts have been made to re-create its ambience. The best opened a decade ago on the
An Ounce of Prevention
Though Americans are no longer required to get vaccinations for most foreign trips, it is still wise to investigate health precautions before you go abroad.
Listen to our most recent episodes or sign up for free daily travel podcasts
Or look though The Traveler's Journal archives for episode transcripts
Copyright © 2013 The Traveler's Journal | All Rights Reserved | Contact Us