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Podcast about Cemeteries, here, there and everywhere. From the famous graves to the famous hauntings and so much more. It's your home for graveyard gossip. Hosted by the Necro Tourist. Join us for interesting cemetery info and tales from the yards. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cemetery-podcast/support
 
DO YOU love travelling to new places, meeting the locals, submersing yourself into their culture & making life changing friendships? Do you enjoy listening to others who have done so including the life changing adventures they’ve had? Would you also like to listen as people discuss what life is like in their country? Then you will love this podcast! Interviewed are a truly diversified group, I will not discriminate : Backpackers & travellers will feature prominently, teachers, travelling DJs ...
 
An immersive travel and culture documentary podcast where Peabody award-winning public radio journalist Scott Gurian reports fascinating stories from faraway places and makes you feel like you’re really there! On past episodes, he’s road tripped 18,000 mi. (29,000 km) from the UK to Mongolia and back, visited Iran as an American tourist, wandered through abandoned buildings in Chernobyl, and participated in a hallucinogenic healing ceremony in Peru. Learn more and view bonus content at farfr ...
 
Destination Vacaville introduces tourists and travelers to the people and places that make visiting Vacaville such a unique travel experience. Discover all that Vacaville has to offer, like seasonal adventures, agriculture tourism, family activities, craft beer, culinary delights, wine country, and more… Destination Vacaville is brought to you Visit Vacaville, the city’s official destination marketing organization. Destination Vacaville, let's go!
 
Pod of Wonder is a podcast that creates an RPG world before your very ears. Each week, a group of friends takes a random Wikipedia article, rolls some dice, and turns fact into fiction in fifteen minutes. We've made a wrestler out of a fast food mascot, turned Rosie the Riveter into a worker's rights struggle, and made screaming nuns into a tourist trap. New episodes every Wednesday!
 
"Travel with Stephanie Abrams!" introduces listeners to destinations around the world with in depth guest interviews with travel industry experts from hotels, attractions, transportation, tourist boards & CVBs. Travel Expert Stephanie Abrams, rated one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in Travel, hosts shows sharing her unique & wide ranging travel knowledge to introduce listeners to places that travelers will return home from enriched, enhanced, inspired & uplifted & know they are better peopl ...
 
Cruise Muses discuses topics related to the Cruise Industry. With the show's host Marisa; a cruise ship entertainment veteran "Do you really want to know what is goes on below the guest cabins?" along with her co-host Kris; a VIP of the same cruise line who's taken every tour offered. Both ladies offer their unique and different perspectives to cruising, from the tourist point of view to Marisa's hands-on knowledge and professional onboard work experience. If it's your first time sailing or ...
 
Hawaii Posts is an entertaining and informative show for tourist, locals expats and those dreaming of returning to the islands. Featuring Friday-to-Friday 7 Day Weather Surf and Events Forecasts for Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Maui, Lanai and Hawaii the Big Island. Followed up by a variety show of fun informative and sometimes intriguing entertainment. Hosted by Thomas E Gaupp a.k.a. Tom-e-stokes, the creator of 4Buckeyes and the critically acclaimed original surf podcast, Hawaii Surf Session Repo ...
 
Politics in America is transforming. We’re embarking on a new series to deepen our understanding of who we are, how we got here, and how we rebuild without repeating the mistakes of the past. Ron Steslow hosts academics, behavioral economists, social psychologists, politicos, philosophers, anthropologists, journalists, poets, and storytellers—and more—to discuss America’s political present and future and dive into the deeper problems we face as a nation. Email us questions or comments: podca ...
 
About Signature Note H.Q. hosting conferences PPE, lifestyle, Tourist society current options for tourism, also Bible apps the most useful, and resourceful in today’s generation, online games sports swimming, mountain climbing, mountain biking, adventure, treasure quest, entertainment video, and artists.Values At Close Range
 
Do you love having insider information when you travel - knowing the hidden gems and most authentic hotels? Do you love splurging on over the top experiences when they are absolutely worth it? When you go places do you enjoy staying active and exploring beyond the tourist areas? Do you believe amazing experiences are more valuable than buying another thing? Then you are in the right place. Join me each week for a rich conversation with one of my favorite travel experts from around the world. ...
 
Pitlochry Church of Scotland is a Presbyterian Church within the Church of Scotland and situated in the beautiful tourist town of Pitlochry in Perthshire, Scotland. At Pitlochry Church we believe something special happens when people come together to learn about and celebrate God. Every day we see God at work in the hearts and minds of our congregation. We hope that by listening to podcasts of our weekly sermons, you will be encouraged and challenged by God in new and unique ways. Christians ...
 
The Egypt Travel Podcast shares with you everything you need to know - and plenty you didn't even know you needed to know - about travel to and around Egypt as a tourist. This podcast tells you what no one else will tell you about travel to Egypt and complements the trusted Information, insights, tips, recommendations, reviews, & expert advice shared on http://www.EgyptTravelBlog.com.
 
dailyinfo.co.uk brings you a guide to what’s worth seeing & doing in Oxfordshire. Oxcast tells you the best ways to spend your time in & around Oxford, UK. Gigs, theatre, films, festivals, food & reviews - if it’s in Oxford, it’s on Oxcast. Presented by a team from dailyInfo.co.uk- the best guide to living in or visiting Oxford.
 
Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
 
The premise of this podcast is to spotlight tourist attractions that are related to true crime, unexplained events and or paranormal activity. When I plan a trip, I like to visit the spookiest places possible. Some of these are notorious attractions, others are hidden gems. Listen in to find your next, Deadly Destination.
 
Sultanate is a podcast where we discover new and exciting destinations within the Sultanate of Oman that are beyond the tourist route; as well as finding unique ways to enjoy the Omani hospitality like a local. Join D. Michael as he takes you around the Sultanate to share with you what he loves most about Oman.
 
Twenty-five years have passed since a peaceful Tasmanian seaside community was shattered by the brutal murder of a young Italian tourist on one of its remote and beautiful beaches. Still to this day, no-one has ever been charged with the murder of Victoria Cafasso. But Victoria’s death wasn’t the first disturbing event along that picturesque coastline — young German tourist Nancy Grunwaldt had disappeared from the same area two years earlier. With the anniversary of Victoria’s death, the Mer ...
 
Inside Wall Street with Morris Sachs. Your trip is short. Recommended Reading: 1.Modern Times - Paul Johnson 2. Atlas Shrugged- Ayn Rand 3. Among The Thugs- Bill Buford 4. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator- Edwin Lefevre 5. Lessons of History - Will Durant Daily Reading : 13D, Grant’s, GaveKal, Macro Tourist, Daily Shot, Anthony Peters, Lyn Alden, David Zervos, John Authors, FT, WSJ, NYT, SCMP, Chicago Tribune, Real Deal, Zero Hedge, Reuters, Bloomberg. Daily Listening : Phish
 
Sonderville; a community of circumstance. Housing a nearly insignificant population of one hundred and fifty residents, Sonderville is an enigmatic suburb cloistered deep within the Auberdine Forest, with nothing but a single-track rail system tenuously tying it to proper civilization. Despite its reclusiveness and inconsequential population, Sonderville finds itself teeming with people as a popular, if not controversial tourist attraction. Tune in and choose the adventure!
 
Skip the Queue is for visitor attraction owners, directors and suppliers who want to improve their organisations and deliver a better experience for their guests. Each episode we speak with inspiring industry experts who share their knowledge of what really makes an attraction successful. This podcast is brought to you by Rubber Cheese, a digital agency that builds remarkable systems and websites for attractions that helps them increase their visitor numbers.
 
Life doesn't have a script. At least, it doesn't have to. Hosts Katy Sewall and Tiffany Parks explore the challenges and joys of moving abroad and moving home. Whether you’re living overseas, or not — or not yet — join us weekly for unadulterated conversation. Get to know Rome. Laugh at our embarrassments and insights. Most of all, imagine the possibilities for your own life (and meet some famous authors along the way).
 
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Lithuania is considering a scheme this week that would allow tourists staying in the country for over seven days to receive a Covid vaccination, also extending the offer to its nationals living abroad. The Deputy Economy Minister Vincas Jurgutis revealed that the proposal was made based on principles of safety in the country and popular enquiry: “W…
 
Ever thought about relocating to a caribbean island? D.R. is high on the list of many. Todays episode will give an overview of many basic questions in order to prepare you for a lengthy stay, or indeed, a permanent relocation. We will speak to a local Dominican who runs many companies, some helping foreigners who want the local experience. Welcome,…
 
The boys are back with a new intro. Sebastian took a Robbie "appreciation" day this weekend. They talk about the numbers they wore in high school and the origin stories behind them. Robbie tells Sebastian the pinnacle of Italian American success in NJ. Robbie is going to Scottsdale Arizona this week and Sebastian thinks he was trying to kill him by…
 
(5:35) Viral Video of a Women Pushing a bear. LINK TO BEAR VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ew_IQsVO3kg (21:25) Underrated/Overrated Tourist Attractions The Coldest Podcast in the Midwest Buy our merchandise: http://ohhyoubetcha.com/collections/products Facebook: http://facebook.com/ohhyoubetcha Instagram: http://instagram.com/ohhyoubetcha Tw…
 
This weekend traditionally marks the beginning of summer vacation season. It’s the moment when a lot of tourist destinations in the U.S. start to see crowds. And when folks who work at tourist attractions — and hotels and restaurants near them — start getting busy. On today’s show, we check in with businesses in South Dakota preparing for a busy su…
 
Happy anniversary! To celebrate a year of trapped travel, we're covering a place we've both been in the before times, and fulfilling one of our top listener requests to boot. Medieval Times Dinner Tournament is famous for its pick-and-choose approach to historical "accuracy", and that one Jim Carrey movie. Let's see what experience we can share fro…
 
Join Alex, Helen, Bryn, Lydia, and Ben as they cautiously stride towards danger. This week Zolf perceives birds, Azu feels it in her fingers and toes, Cel grins about machines, and Hamid recognizes a rarity. Content Notes: Body horror & undead Discussions of: human remains Mentions of: death, ableism, heights, fire, bombs, petrification SFX: tinkli…
 
Join Politicology+ now for an extended Roundup and more exclusive content - https://politicology.com/plus “Are we in a democracy?” Dr. Catherine Sanderson and Susan Del Percio join Ron Steslow to break down the week’s most important stories. (01:46) The showdown in Congress over a January 6 commission, and the hateful defense from the QAnon Shaman’…
 
When Europeans first set foot in Botany Bay, the local populations found their homes, their foods ounces and their lives under immediate threat. Some sought to negotiate; some fled. Still others stood their ground, and became a thorn in the side of the British Empire. This is one such story. Join Holly and Matthew as they examine the scant and bias…
 
Iran’s only Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant has been shut down, and will remain offline for “three to four days,” state TV reported. The shutdown is the first in the plant’s ten years of operation. An official from Iran’s state power company, Gholamali Rakhshanimehr, announced the shutdown on a talk show on Sunday, and told the public that it could res…
 
China has administered more than a billion Covid-19 shots since the start of its vaccination program, health authorities have said, as the country moves closer to meeting an ambitious target set for the end of the month. The announcement by China’s National Health Commission means that Beijing is responsible for more than a third of all doses admin…
 
Facebook has pledged to provide a more detailed explanation of what constitutes satire on its platform, after the company’s oversight board ruled that a meme commenting on the Armenian genocide was wrongfully removed. The social media giant said it was committed to developing a “new satire framework” which will be used to assess facetious or sarcas…
 
The Pfizer vaccines, which the Palestinian Authority (PA) rejected on Friday due to the fact that they were near their expiration date, were identical to those given to citizens inside Israel, the country’s Health Ministry said. Earlier this week, the two sides agreed that Israel would transfer its short-dated doses of the US-made jab to the occupi…
 
A helicopter transporting ballots cast during Iran’s presidential election has crashed, resulting in one fatality and nearly a dozen injuries, according to media reports. The accident occurred in the country's southwestern Khuzestan Province. The person killed in the crash was a police officer tasked with guarding the ballot boxes, the province's g…
 
Conservative judge Ebrahim Raisi has been declared the victor of Iran’s presidential election. As the clear frontrunner, Raisi received congratulations from rival candidates hours before preliminary results were announced. Iran’s Interior Ministry announced the final results on Saturday, showing that Raisi had won in a landslide victory. The minist…
 
Candidates in Iran’s presidential election have conceded the race to hardliner Ebrahim Raisi. Outgoing President Hassan Rouhani has also issued his congratulations, although the results have not yet been made official. Raisi, the current chief justice of Iran, was the clear frontrunner heading into the polls. Voting began on Friday and continued in…
 
We know now that it’s pretty rare for COVID-19 to spread through surfaces, and most Americans are at least partly vaccinated anyway, but that hasn’t stopped businesses from cleaning like they were last March. On today’s show, we’ll look at what that level of hygiene costs businesses — and why they’re still doing it. Plus, more on inflation and wage…
 
Two people have died after two explosions went off near the office of an army-backed political party in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Friday, witnesses and rescue officials said. The first blast targeted a military truck parked outside the office of the Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) in Yangon’s Tamwe township. The USDP is seen …
 
To access this week’s Politicology+ segment and unlock more exclusive content, visit: https://politicology.com/plus Democratic political strategist Tharon Johnson and Russian warfare writer and researcher Molly McKew join Ron Steslow to break down the top stories of the week: (02:15) Putin, Biden, and the Administration’s not-a-reset on Russia (25:…
 
Liberian rebel commander Alieu Kosiah has been handed a 20 year prison sentence over charges of rape, killings and even cannibalism in the first war crimes trial in a civilian court in Switzerland. On Friday, the Swiss Federal Court found Kosiah guilty on all but four of the 25 charges he faced for his alleged actions while in the United Liberation…
 
A Belgian court has said AstraZeneca only needs to supply the EU with 80 million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine, out of the 120 million sought by the bloc, but it faces fines if it misses certain set delivery targets. The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical giant had originally committed to deliver 300 million doses of its jab to the EU by the end of June,…
 
The 193-member United Nations General Assembly has voted in favor of reappointing Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for a second term. His new five-year stint is due to begin at the start of 2022. Guterres, who has led the global body since 2017, was sworn in following Friday’s vote. .@antonioguterres reappointed for second term as UN Secretary-Ge…
 
A United Nations report released on Friday found that the number of people around the world classified as refugees or asylum seekers rose to more than 82 million in 2020, as people continue to flee drawn-out wars and persecution. That’s about one percent of the world’s population, according to the UN refugee agency report. Ongoing conflicts in area…
 
Norway has announced that the third major phase of its plan to reopen society will take place on Sunday, with citizens allowed to welcome up to 20 people to their homes and hospitality allowed to stay open beyond midnight. “Norway is on track and we're ready for step three,” Prime Minister Erna Solberg told a news conference on Friday, adding that …
 
Emissions-reducing regulations being considered by Brussels could soon mark the end of the road for the internal combustion engine, according to a report. The radical proposal has faced pushback from the bloc’s auto makers. New cars powered by diesel and gasoline could be barred by the bloc in an effort to meet a zero-emissions target for vehicles …
 
Violence broke out between Palestinians and Israeli security forces after Friday’s prayers at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Nine injuries and over a dozen arrests have been reported. In videos posted on Twitter, Palestinians, who refused to disperse after the afternoon prayers, hurled rocks at police outside the entrances to the Temple Mount compo…
 
The Spanish prime minister has announced that the law on mandatory mask-wearing outdoors is to be lifted next Saturday, June 26, as Spain’s vaccination campaign makes rapid progress. At an event in Barcelona on Friday, PM Pedro Sanchez proclaimed with confidence that "this weekend will be the last one with masks.” The Spanish cabinet will meet on J…
 
Iranians are heading to the polls to pick the next president of the country. Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s judiciary chief, is expected to secure a comfortable win, with most political heavyweights barred from running. Polling stations opened across Iran on Friday, with around 60 million people eligible to vote. The supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, …
 
The new Israeli government has announced that it will transfer between 1.1 and 1.4 million short-dated Pfizer shots to Palestine but in return will receive a shipment originally meant for the Palestinian Authority (PA) in autumn. In a joint statement on Friday, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s office and that of the health and defense ministries sa…
 
Public Health France (SpF) has said that less than half of health professionals working in nursing homes are vaccinated against Covid-19 after the health minister called on workers to come forward and get their shot. In data published on Thursday evening, SpF stated that only 41.9% of people working in nursing homes in France had been fully vaccina…
 
North Korea needs to be ready for both dialogue and confrontation with Washington, the country’s leader, Kim Jong-un, said in his first direct statement on policy towards the “newly emerged” US administration. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un provided a “detailed analysis” of Joe Biden’s administration during a plenary meeting of the ruling Workers’…
 
Nepalese officials have said that 11 people have died after flooding and landslides, triggered by heavy rain, swept across the country. Chinese and Indian workers are among the dead and 25 remaining missing. Speaking to Reuters on Friday, district official Baburam Khanal said the bodies of three workers had been found near the town of Melamchi in S…
 
This week Clark Jones is on in the first guest episode fully recorded on Staten Island. They talk about food recommendations in New York City and their favorite sandwiches. Clark says NYers have a unique way of recommending things. They talk conspiracies and how they grow. They try to understand people hesitant to get the vaccine. Clark tells the b…
 
South Korea will use Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine as the second dose for 760,000 people who have already been administered the AstraZeneca shot, joining a growing list of countries that have mixed the two jabs. Seoul made the decision due to a delayed shipment of 835,000 AstraZeneca doses that was expected by the end of the month. Officials had hoped …
 
Ashley Flowers explores 15 of the world’s worst crimes in the new Spotify Original from Parcast, International Infamy. The first episode takes you to Mexico and the true story of Juana Barraza — a pro wrestler who became a serial killer known as the “Little Old Lady Killer.” Listen to an exclusive clip right here, then follow International Infamy f…
 
Join Nico and me as we talk about the active, cultural and culinary adventures you can have in Peru. We’ll go from the coast to the mountains to the Colca Canyon. We’ll introduce you to the beautiful, Belmond hotels, Sol y Luna and a favorite in Lima, Hotel B. Looking to push your comfort zone a bit? Scale a via ferrata and have lunch in a glass po…
 
A top executive at Twitter’s Indian branch has received a police notice asking him to appear for questioning in Ghaziabad, after local authorities said the platform stoked communal hatred by refusing to remove a violent video. Manish Maheshwari, Twitter India’s managing director, was given one week to provide an in-person statement at a police stat…
 
Hostilities between Israel and Hamas-controlled Gaza have resumed with a vengeance, with Tel Aviv firing a flurry of missiles into the enclave in response to “arson balloons” as tensions flare up under the new Israeli government. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said they targeted a “military compound and a rocket launch site” allegedly operated by …
 
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said yesterday that the Fed is seeing some inflation — but it’s likely transitory inflation caused by, in part, the uneven reopening of the economy. But if you’ve been tuned in to the news lately, you know inflation is a big story. So what do consumers make of prices shooting up but the Fed taking no action? On t…
 
Another group abduction occurred in Nigeria on Thursday, with militants killing a police officer and kidnapping five teachers and an unknown number of students in an attack on a school in the northwest of the country. A gunfight erupted between the attackers and police outside a federal government college in the remote town of Birnin Yauri in the s…
 
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has said it will not bring in a minimum efficacy threshold for Covid-19 vaccines. The comment comes after clinical trials showed Germany’s CureVac jab to be only 47% effective against the virus. CureVac announced data on the efficacy of its jab on Wednesday after it was tested in second- and third-phase trials in…
 
An Israeli policeman has been charged with manslaughter over the killing of an autistic Palestinian man in Jerusalem over a year ago, the country’s Justice Ministry has said. He faces up to 12 years in jail if found guilty. The charges were announced by the Justice Ministry in a statement on Thursday. The officer who allegedly chased, shot and kill…
 
Top cabinet officials in the caretaker government of Jeanine Anez plotted a second coup to stay in power in Bolivia, according to leaked documents. The plan allegedly involved hundreds of US mercenaries flown in from Florida. Anez took power in Bolivia in November 2019, after mass protests backed by the country’s military and police forced Evo Mora…
 
French prosecutors have called on a Paris judge to sentence former President Nicolas Sarkozy to six months in prison in his trial over campaign finance violations, less than the year behind bars he had potentially faced. The request was made by prosecutors to the judge overseeing the case on Thursday during the ongoing trial over claims that Sarkoz…
 
Health officials in Africa have warned that the Covid-19 virus is gaining strength on the continent, with cases rising by more than 20% week-on-week in nearly two dozen countries as the vaccination rate remains woefully low. Speaking on Thursday, Matshidiso Moeti, World Health Organization (WHO) regional director for Africa, warned that cases numbe…
 
The Anime Addicts discuss what anime they have been watching! Some great viewing recommendations for you are in store!We also review the Studio Bones original anime, Sk8 the Infinity.-------------------------------------------------------Time Markers:-Big News of the Week: 6:20-Main Topic: What Have We Been Watching?: 19:20-News Break: 57:40-Caroli…
 
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