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Extreme, life-changing stories and adventures from the world's intrepid holidaymakers and travellers. The Extreme Holidays Podcast will entertain and inspire you, take you to places you've never been to before, and get you questioning life and human existence. Presented by award-winning travel writer and adventure junkie, Ruth Millington, survivor and heroine of the 2003 Bam earthquake in Iran. Find out more at www.ruthmillingtonauthor.com.
 
Helping independent travellers plan their dream trip to Switzerland...In the Holidays to Switzerland travel podcast you'll get useful tips and advice from Swiss travel experts to help you plan your dream trip to Switzerland. Your host, Carolyn Schonafinger, the founder of HolidaysToSwitzerland.com, shares her favourite destinations and experiences along with all the travel tips she has gathered over 30 years for planning a trip to Switzerland. You'll also hear from special guests who offer t ...
 
Tourism to South Africa: South Africa is a world-class tourist destination. These podcasts are a way to create interest in South Africa as a holiday and travel destination. Road Trip SA is a mobile app to help tourists find monuments, museums, statues and thousands of POI's. All the listings on the app have a photo, a brief description and some history of that spot. We hope to encourage downloads so clients can explore our history and culture.
 
Join us for discussions on ALL the Hallmark Christmas Movies! We can't get enough of them, and we can't get enough of talking about them! On HAPPY HALLMARK HOLIDAYS: Haley J, Princess Carroll, Chelsie Overocker and Jackie Nova discuss each movie release,their top 3 moments, how it fits with the 'rules of a hallmark movie', as well as offer gifting ideas for your friends and family! T'is the Season!
 
You probably already know this, but Christmas can be super stressful. Creating the perfect Pinterest-worthy tree or Instagrammable holiday decor has become a competitive sport. The pressure to “do” the holidays well has gotten completely out of hand and we limp in to the end of the year exhausted, overwhelmed and broke. Michaela Clark and friends are here to help you simplify your Christmas. Every episode features a quick, easy and fun hack to help you not only survive the holiday season, bu ...
 
Grief Support for Christian Women to Breathe, Laugh and Live again. Grief Support * Faith * Create New Life after Loss I help Christian women navigate grief through faith, encouragement, and processing daily life to find hope on the other side. • Do you feel lost, confused, or overwhelmed by grief? • Is the pain so great, you lose your breath and feel it will never get better? • Have you cried so much there can’t be any tears left? • Are you angry with God? Or question your own faith? • Do y ...
 
Jewish Holiday's Series with Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi As of 2011 Rabbi Mizrachi has spoke in more than 4000 lectures, participated in many weekend seminars, radio shows, and others in English and Hebrew. These events have affected the lives of thousands of Jews which became observance of Torah and Mitzvohs. In 2004 Rabbi Mizrachi started a very successful website called DivineInformation.com that contains hundreds of lectures and videos in English and Hebrew. There are literally thousands of Baa ...
 
A virtual adaptation of our popular Young Lions Jazz Master Sessions Program engaging our family of musicians to offer FREE live instrument lessons for beginners of all ages or those interested in getting reacquainted with their instrument as well as Master Class Sessions designed for more intermediate/advanced players and professionals. All live lessons are offered at no cost, use the Zoom platform, and are approximately 40 minutes in length. Listen for FREE here or watch Full Session Video ...
 
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To receive source sheets for any of Rabbi Glatstein’s shiurim, please email rabbiglatsteinsourcesheets@gmail.com Shiur provided courtesy of Torah Anytime The post Tu B’Shevat – Eating Fruits and Rectifying the Sin of Adam HaRishon appeared first on Jewish Holidays.על ידי Rabbi Daniel Glatstein
 
How Do You Trust God During Grief? How do you stay strong in your faith when you’re confused about what just happened and question why it happened? Today is the third and final episode in the series and we’re talking about Fears, Failures and Forks in the Road (aka Decisions). Grief can make you feel fearful of what’s coming next, of your future an…
 
You leave the deeply forested and mountainous areas, and head into "Frontier" or "Settler" country. Port Elizabeth saw the arrival of the 1820 settlers, and the area between there and East London has a rich history of settlers - 5000 British immigrants arrived to settle and stabilise the area - torn by 100 years of unrest and warfare. This is a rec…
 
My guests in this episode are Gary and Cathy Martin from Seattle who recently spent a month’s vacation in Switzerland. After a couple of very brief visits in the past, they were longing to return to Switzerland and planned this trip to celebrate Gary’s retirement. Gary and Cathy created a trip that combined some of Switzerland’s most popular destin…
 
A HAPPY 2022 FROM THE EXTREME HOLIDAYS PODCAST! Here’s a very special New Year message from me and some of my guests about how travel can help your mental health. Never has it been more important to take care of ourselves particularly as we face challenging times ahead with the pandemic. Even if you currently can't travel abroad, many of us still c…
 
In this episode you discover proclaimed holidays that include how you may save lives, help stop human trafficking, and why you should pursue a hobby. You also discover other proclaimed holiday observations, some weird, some whacky, and some really important. In the "Fun Facts" segment, you learn what percentage of the population is left handed and …
 
To receive source sheets for any of Rabbi Glatstein’s shiurim, please email rabbiglatsteinsourcesheets@gmail.com Shiur provided courtesy of Torah Anytime The post The Klausenberger Rebbe’s Astounding Pilpul Why We Eat Fruits on Tu B’Shevat appeared first on Jewish Holidays.על ידי Rabbi Daniel Glatstein
 
To receive source sheets for any of Rabbi Glatstein’s shiurim, please email rabbiglatsteinsourcesheets@gmail.com Shiur provided courtesy of Torah Anytime The post Tu B’Shevat: The Satmar Rebbe’s Remarkable Observation of the Apparent Contradiction in the Magen Avraham appeared first on Jewish Holidays.…
 
Life is clarified during affliction. When worldly pursuits become as meaningless as they should be and the presence of God, along with a passion for His Word, becomes most important, that’s life as God intends it for us. Though Monica spent most of her last five and a half months physically miserable, she lived in—and introduced me to—the peace of …
 
The struggle against Apartheid lasted many years - and there are many sites around South Africa that commemorate this part of our history. There are however a few that stand out as really worthwhile places to visit in order to understand this period of our history. In this episode we chat about those - and then we move on to some just plain interes…
 
You know there are some people in life that just change you. Think about who has impacted your life so much that you were forever different. I bet a few faces came to your mind and I’ll hope it was because they changed you for the better. It may be your loved one who came to mind. Today we’re talking about Monica - the subject of the book, “Dying t…
 
If you’re a cheese lover, you’re going to love this episode! I’m joined by Nadia Nadif, the US brand manager for Cheeses from Switzerland, who is going to tell us all about Swiss cheese and what makes it so special. Amongst the things you'll learn are: The history of Swiss cheese and why it still plays an important role in the Swiss diet The amount…
 
A new year is upon us, and the idea of resolutions may pale in comparison to praying that 2022 will be better - that life will be less hard, there will be fewer tears and hope will be restored. What role do you play in your healing process anyway? In today’s episode, I’ll share how a middle school Christmas play reminded me of how far I’ve come and…
 
Frequently asked questions: what are the top spots to see, or visit? Difficult to answer, so we have broken it down into several categories. In this episode we cover: The Top 5 Natural Wonders South Africa's Top 10 Museums The Top 5 Monuments South Africa is an incredible destination, and in these episodes we will cover the "Top Spots" according to…
 
Merry Christmas from the Extreme Holidays Podcast! I’m taking a short break over the festive period but tune in to this trailer to find out who is coming on the show in the New Year. With 8 episodes already published, including my hair-raising tale of surviving the Bam earthquake in Iran and my attempt to save 12 people, there are lots of inspiring…
 
Welcome to the first official episode of Grief 2 Great Day! In today's episode, I'll share a little bit of my story and how, what God put on my heart, finally came to pass in a form I never expected - and only 12 years after I started on this journey. I know what the pain of loss feels like. I experienced a grief I couldn't even describe where I st…
 
The Astounding Story of the Maggid of Trisk To receive source sheets for any of Rabbi Glatstein’s shiurim, please email rabbiglatsteinsourcesheets@gmail.com Shiur provided courtesy of Torah Anytime The post 13 Teves: The Yahrtzeit of the Tzadik of Ra’anana, Rav Yitzchak HaKohein Hoberman appeared first on Jewish Holidays.…
 
To receive source sheets for any of Rabbi Glatstein’s shiurim, please email rabbiglatsteinsourcesheets@gmail.com Shiur provided courtesy of Torah Anytime The post Kidnaping, Abduction and Revelation – It All Happened on Asara B’Teves appeared first on Jewish Holidays.על ידי Rabbi Daniel Glatstein
 
Welcome to the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. Here you will find faith-based grief support to navigate the overwhelming and confusing journey of grief, to continue seeking God and - to breathe, laugh, and live again. You'll find answers to “is this normal?” when you're confused by the physical, emotional, and spiritual changes, and you'll get practical…
 
The "Garden Route" encompasses the area between George and Port Elizabeth. It is a natural wonderland of high mountain peaks, deep forested ravines, and incredible coastal scenery. The area has a rich history of gold miners, woodcutters, British adventurers, and colourful characters. It is worth getting off the N2 and taking some time to really exp…
 
After many, many trips to Switzerland, I have a few tried and tested ways to make my vacation dollars stretch further whilst still enjoying all the experiences that make a trip special. In this episode I share 15 ways to make your Switzerland vacation budget go further. Get my tips for saving on airfare, travel insurance, accommodation, transport, …
 
In this episode, host, Ruth Millington, swaps seats and speaks to Don Robbie about the most extreme journey she has ever been on. In 2003, Ruth and her best friend were Christmas visitors to Bam, Iran. On Boxing Day at 5.26am local time, a magnitude 6.5 earthquake hit the city. The quake destroyed 90% of the town and eventually led to the tragic de…
 
This episode covers the first part of the N2, which is South Africa's longest numbered road. The N2 is 2255km long, and stretches from Cape Town to Ermelo. It starts in Mowbray near the historic Mostert's Mill, skirts the southern end of Cape Town International and then heads over Sir Lowry's Pass into the Overberg Region. The Overberg - wheat fiel…
 
The "Panorama Route" of Mpumalanga is an essential part of any road trip to the Eastern region of South Africa. There is magnificent scenery, some fascinating history, and fantastic geology to explore. The worlds' oldest rocks, the very earliest life-forms, gold rush towns, a multitude of waterfalls, as well as breathtaking mountain roads await you…
 
From late November until Christmas Eve, market stalls appear in many cities and towns across Switzerland. These Christmas Markets are a much loved tradition and offer not only a place to purchase gifts and specialty items for Christmas, but also a chance to socialise and catch up with friends. In this episode of the podcast, I chat with three Swiss…
 
In 2018, Iain Young, Andy Hocking & Clive Marsden took a road trip on Royal Enfield motorbikes from Kathmandu in Nepal to Everest Base Camp in Tibet. From the thick, muddy roads of Nepal to the heady high-altitude plains of Tibet, learn how these three friends – all touched by cancer in some shape or form - dealt with the harsh conditions. They’ll …
 
The Southern section of the park is the busiest and most developed part of the park. It hosts the headquarters of the park - Skukuza - and a wide variety of picnic sites and smaller camps. It has a huge network of roads, and offers a multitude of options for a world-class wildlife experience. This is a recording of a radio show hosted by Radio Ecoh…
 
Episode 3 of a series on the Kruger National Park. The Central Region of the Kruger National Park is a wildlife paradise. Big camps, small camps, bush camps, and private camps - still quiet because it is away from the main tourist areas - but still developed enough to have what you need. This region has some of the most wildlife-rich areas of Kruge…
 
In this episode, I chat with Beth who recently returned from a week-long trip to Switzerland. Despite only having seven days in Switzerland, thanks to her careful planning, Beth and her husband were able to maximise their available time and see plenty of highlights. In this episode you'll learn: Beth and Jay's story, where they are from, and why th…
 
When Ellis Charlesworth, an experienced sailor and former Royal Navy gunner, invited his brother for a sailing trip on his yacht, the last thing he expected was for their trip to end in disaster. Ellis discusses the role male pride and trust played in his fight to save him and his brother's life, the impact the disaster had on their relationship, a…
 
Part 2 of a series on the Kruger National Park. The area between Mopani Camp and the Olifants River has its' own charm. The Mopani gradually changes to mixed Mopani / Bush Willow vegetation. We chat about the camps, some of the best drives, a few of the historical spots ...... and a few of the adventures and unique sightings we have had. All the in…
 
Part 1 of a series on the Kruger National Park. We discuss some the early history of the park, the development of tourism, as well as the biodiversity and scale of the park. This episode concentrates on the far northern section of the park - where you find the rarities - the unique birds, and the scarce antelope like Roan, Sable and Suni. We discus…
 
In this episode I chat to Diccon Bewes, best selling author of seven books about Switzerland and a confirmed Swiss chocolate lover! Diccon lives in Bern and has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to Switzerland - ask him about Swiss history, chocolate, watches, famous Swiss residents or practically any topic related to Switzerland, and there’s a f…
 
Most people wouldn’t dream of doing a detox never mind going on holiday to Costa Rica to undertake a 30-day water fast run by a fanatical leader! Elicia Miller talks about her decades’ long struggles with her health, the challenges she faced whilst fasting, and how her extreme holiday set her on the road to overcoming her behavioural patterns, find…
 
The central areas of Zululand stretching from Ulundi to the Drakensberg Mountains really is the crucible and the "Battle Field" of South Africa. Conflicts between Zulu and Voortrekker, Voortrekker and British, the British and the Zulus, the Boers and the British - all came into conflict for various reasons in this area. In this episode we explore t…
 
Departing Cape Town on the N7 heading North is a very rewarding drive. You leave the busy city of Cape Town and within a few kilometres you are travelling through beautiful wheat fields and rolling hills. Slowly the scenery changes to citrus fruit plantations, and later into a much drier landscape. Not much further we cut across and head East - hea…
 
One of the highlights of a visit to a different country is trying the local cuisine and Switzerland is no different. Naturally you’ll want to enjoy some Swiss cheese and chocolate but there are many other dishes - both seasonal and those available year round - that feature on menus across the country. As well as talking about some of the tasty dish…
 
In 1981, Gail Aldwin decided to travel on a double-decker bus from London to Kathmandu. Her overland trip took her across some of the most stunning scenery in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Fraught with challenges, Gail recounts tales of smuggling, breaking cultural sensitivities, and the heavy hand of the law. She also discusses how travel has …
 
The area stretching from Trompsburg to Griekwastad to Kimberley and beyond encompasses the South African diamond fields - the Gariep (Orange) River is joined by the Vaal River, and is an area incredibly rich in history. Diamonds are discovered in Hopetown, Adam Kok treks away, major battles are fought between Brit and Boer, and Kimberley is develop…
 
Cape Town to Johannesburg is a 1600km drive. The N1 is the highway that can take you all the way to the border with Zimbabwe - but you stick to the tar. There are alternatives. A little bit of effort, a journey of almost the same distance, and you can discover a multitude of hidden gems along the road. Leeuw Gamka, to Fraserburg, Carnarvon to Pries…
 
Switzerland is known for its snow capped mountain peaks and for every mountain - regardless of how high it is - there’s usually a mountain railway or a cable car to take you to the top. In fact, Switzerland is home to Europe’s oldest mountain railway, the Rigibahn, and in 2021 the railway is celebrating its 150th anniversary. It’s incredible to thi…
 
Justin Barker, an American citizen, was just a teenager when he and his family were gassed and robbed in Cuba. Justin discusses the effect it had on him and reveals his suspicions of who may have committed this terrifying crime. He also speaks about his new memoir, Bear Boy, his stance against animals in captivity, his views on game reserves and th…
 
Matjiesfontein - a real Karoo "Hidden Gem". A bit about the N1 from Cape Town to get there - and then we concentrate on the town of Matjiesfontein. The history, some of the characters, the buildings and the attractions. 100 reasons to spend a night or two at The Lord Milner Hotel. Episode in English. This is a recording of a radio show - Radio EcoH…
 
With October being Emotional Wellness Month, this is a great opportunity to identify and neutralize stressors in your life. In this episode you receive suggested ideas and actions you can take to identify and release stress to enhance emotional wellness. — Host: Stephen Carter, CEO, Stress Solutions, LLC. Website: https://www.EFT-MD.com. Email: Car…
 
South Africans love animals. Jock of the Bushveld, Just Nuisance, rhinos, horses, owls, the café cat and more - we have statues honouring our animals dotted right around South Africa. Episode in English. This is a recording of a radio show - Radio Ecohealth - www.ecohealthradio.co.zaעל ידי Road Trip
 
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