N E W S L E T T E R

June 01, 2008

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April 13, 2008
with Maasai Ladies in Tanzania

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LIVE BROADCASTS
FROM
TANZANIA IN MAY
2008

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Kimberly Hotel Tour in
New York City
with Sandy Dhuyvetter
on youtube.com
 
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While in VEGAS!
 

Live from Tanzania! Back-to-back shows May 25 and June 1, 2008 . . .

Welcome to this week’s TravelTalkMEDIA’s newsletter.
It is with great pleasure we bring you more of the spectacular country and people of Tanzania, in Eastern Africa. We have spent 5 days visiting 3 National Parks and we spent many hours interviewing Tanzania’s experts in tourism and wildlife including the people of the land, called the Maasai. In fact, we have over 6 hours of radio programming including last week’s program, this week’s program and more to come in the future.

We have been blessed to see incredible wildlife, meet some of the most hospitable of people in the world and experience many of the finest lodges in the national parks of Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Lake Manyara.

These kinds of travel experiences accentuate the words of St. Augustine when he said, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page”. Yet today, there is much to keep people home including failing economies, fuel prices, airport hassles, the fear of the unknown and yes, even poor airline service.

 

Our job has never been more challenging, how do we convince potential travelers that travel is the key to social, economic and personal success? Bringing stories and images to the television and the Web can be compelling, yet it is all about instilling confidence and trust into the minds of travelers so that, upon their return home, a true sense of cultural understanding and personal reward is felt. There is no magic formula, except for us to continue our story and walk the talk of travel.
 

We invite you to join us every Sunday and celebrate this beautiful world of culture and travel. For now, our Africa journey comes to a temporary end as we make our way back to our Southern California studios where we begin making plans for our next adventure.  Please join me and our team of travel experts every Sunday from 9-11am Pacific Time. If you miss our broadcast, hakuna matata (Swahili for “no worries”), because the archives of our shows are available for your listening pleasure via streaming and podcasting for months and years to come. Enjoy!


I wish you wonderful travels filled with memories of a lifetime.
 

Sandy Dhuyvetter

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The Latest Travel News
from eTurboNews.com


Tanzanian media warm up old divisive sentiments.
KAMPALA, Uganda (eTN) - A recent editorial in Tanzania’s Daily News once again played up divisive sentiments over the location of Mt. Kilimanjaro, which lies undisputedly inside Tanzanian territory.
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Air Travelers Avoided 41 Million Trips in Past Year - U.S. Economy Takes $26.5 Billion Hit.
The Travel Industry Association (TIA) today released a landmark survey revealing that deep frustration among air travelers caused them to avoid an estimated 41 million trips over the past 12 months at a cost of more than $26 billion to the U.S. economy. Conducted by the premier, bipartisan polling firms of Peter D. Hart Research Associates and The Winston Group, the research also demonstrated that air travelers express little optimism for positive change, with nearly 50 percent saying that the air travel system is not likely to improve in the near future. Continued . . .
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MapJack: Needed Technology Or Just An Electronic Voyeurism?
Candid camera snaps tourists in Sin City.
If you were strolling past the fleshpots in the Thai resort town of Pattaya recently, be warned: you might have been photographed and now, thanks to a company called MapJack, anyone in the world can see what you were doing. Continued . . .


 

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When in New York City,
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TANZANIA -
Back-to-back-to-back live shows from Tanzania this month!

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SUPER CLUBS


Last week's guests, May 25, 2008
Celebrate with the experts! Sandy welcomes Jerry Bird, Editor of the Africa Travel Magazine, Salma Masoud from Roika Tours and Safaris, Allan Kizaji, Director of Tourism Services for Tanzania National Parks, Busera Awel from Ethiopian Airlines, Dr. Ahmada Khatib and Ali Mirza from the Zanzibar Commission for Tourism, Anthony Kizito, Executive Director of Cordial Tours and Travel Services Ltd., Ambassador Daudi Mwakawago, former special Representative of the Secretary General of the U.N. to Sierra Leone and Alfie Hanssen, Director of Field Programs for the Miracle Corners of the World. Don't miss the show!  For more information on this week's program Click HERE


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