Sunday, November 19, 2006

Learn About Destinations at the Amateur Travel Podcast and Barry Takes You on a Treasure Hunt

Podcast Number Eighty-three

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Chris Christensen of the Amateur Traveler Podcast joins Lorene and I in the co-hosted segment of the podcast. Chris has a great podcast with a focus on travel destinations around the world and locally. Chris' podcast is a great resource to learn about destinations.

Barry takes you on a treasure hunt via a sound seeing tour. The treasures are geocaches. The hobby of Geocaching will take you to destinations that you would otherwise never visit. Join Barry on his trek to find a couple of caches on a cold November day. You can learn more about Geocaching by going to the Geocaching website at http://www.geocaching.com.


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Thank you for listening to the Home Based Travel Agent Podcast. You can email me at barry@hometravelagent.net or email Lorene at sharptongued@mac.com

2 Comments:

Blogger Chris2x said...

Thanks for the opportunity to talk with you both. I enjoyed it.

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