Traveling like a local is the 100% real in travel and adventure. Dive in and experience the world! Join me and my friends and learn how to be a Global Local. Find your adventure outside the beaten path. It’s a travel and food experience twisted: one part culture, one part delishioso and three parts adventure.
Jana Angel from Living Local Florida TV sits down with Terry French and chats about subjects that range from Argentinian culture, vegan menu options, and his passion for saving our environment
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Vijayvikrham Singh, owner and operator of Vijay India Tours, fills us in on the history of India, the advancement of women’s rights, one of the most fascinating cities in the world, the Pink City of Jaipur and its magnificent forts, the people, the culture, and why India is such a magical place to visit as a Global Local.
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Get the scoop on the Caribbean's hidden paradise from Winston, the owner and operator of Miller's Guest House located on Buccoo Reef, the largest coral reef in Tobago.
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Can learning Spanish and Salsa Dancing change your life? It did for Tess DeGoude De Ordonez! Join me for her story of passion, romance and a life changing decision to help local children regain their dignity.
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Intriguing enchantment; an affair of the heart. Since ancient times, India has been a diverse empire of mystery. Just as this vast country is diverse in its spices and geographical characteristics, its 1.2 billion people are equally diverse in caste, culture, religion, and linguistics.
In this episode, I explore the mystical country of Thailand. It would take a lifetime to scratch the surface of this country. It's like visiting four different countries with it's unique geographical regions, stunning scenery, and diverse cultures and rich traditions.
The tale of my search for a pirate's treasure led me to East Puerto Rico where I discovered a chef known as Mama Wanda. She served me up some of her famous pig foot and yam stew and taught me the most important ingredient in food.