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Welcome to the Big World Made Small Adventure Travel Podcast, where we go far beyond the beaches, resort hotels, and cruises to explore the really cool places, people, and activities that adventurous travelers crave. If your idea of a great vacation is sitting on a beach at an all-inclusive resort, you’re in the wrong place. However, if you’re like me, and a beach resort vacation sounds like torture, stick around. You’ve found your tribe. My name is Jason Elkins, and as an adventure travel m ...
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Your Adventure Travel "How To" Resource: learn about backpacking, bike packing, and paddling from planning, training, packing, gear selection, plus tour company recommendations. This is a companion podcast to the Active Travel Adventures (ATA) podcast which focuses on inspiring and encouraging you to lead a bigger life through adventure travel. ATA teaches you the "who, what, when, and where" of exciting adventure travel destinations around the world while this podcast teaches you the "HOW"! ...
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This podcasts is dedicated to adventure travel and active tourism businesses, that offer tours - city tours or natural excursions - and to ecotourism associations. I will provide you useful tips to advertise your business and to get more customers thanks to an intelligent use of a mix of social media marketing and strategic planning specifically oriented to active tourism and ecotourism businesses. I am passionate also of sustainable tourism, so I will try to help you to highlight your susta ...
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The GHT Overland Podcast is a podcast devoted to sharing the stories, along with the vast experience of Overlanding Adventure Travelers around the world. Enjoy stories from adventure travelers of all types. From the large MAN trucks to moto, Chris and Lisa interview full time overland travelers as they prepare to escape into their own full time travel. Subscribe now for stories of adventure and travel from those who have tackled the backroads of Alaska to New Zealand. It’s Awesome! http://gh ...
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Meet Marina, ‘Travel Experta’. Join her in adventures from her backyard to the beaches and places around the world! She brings her down-to-earth, practical experience having traveled to over 39 countries both solo and with her family (including her pets). You’ll hear do’s and don’ts from backpacking to luxury travel adventures. WARNING: Her travel adventures often inspire relocation. As an Expat (expatriate) having relocated to 5 different countries over the last two decades she’ll share how ...
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An Everest helicopter tour is an exhilarating way to experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Mount Everest and the surrounding Himalayan region. The tour typically starts from Kathmandu, Nepal, and takes you on a scenic flight to the Everest region, where you'll witness panoramic views of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, and rugged landscapes. The helicopter flies close to the mountain range, giving you a unique perspective of the towering peaks that seem to reach up into the sky. As you fly ...
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The Travel and Adventure Photography School podcast is designed for those who want to create better images anywhere in the world. We will explore tools, stories, and tips to help inspire your creativity and engage your wanderlust. If you are aiming to better document your adventures and travels, then you are in the right place!It doesn’t matter what you are taking photos on, whether it’s your phone, a DSLR, mirrorless, or any other type of camera. This podcast will apply to you if you are in ...
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Beer has been creating community, laughter, inspiration, and just plain awesome stories for centuries. Join us as we talk with fellow craft beer lovers and adventurers about being entrepreneurs, avid hikers, crazy-ass mountain bikers, parents, home-brewers, volunteers, and anyone who is living their Stout Life. So grab your favorite craft beer, embrace your favorite person, and get ready to be inspired to live your Stout Life. We are Ken and April Pishna, and we created The Craft Beer Travel ...
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Do you love to travel? We love to travel and we are here to help you make the most of your traveling adventures. Whether you are traveling with kids, dogs, your significant other, or just yourself we will have you covered. No matter if you want to fly to fun places, drive the backroads of America, take the train or a ship we will discuss it. We will give you reviews, top lists, stories, interviews with travel experts, and more. So come and join the conversation and let's hit the road
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The best path through life is the open road on a motorcycle and even better if it’s on gravel. Gravel Travel is organic podcast about everyday motorcycle riders, a journey through their lives as we travel with them sharing their experiences, tips and hardships. Awe inspiring, motivating and a educational journey. My own personal adventure did not start on gravel but it certainly gained momentum after completing a Cape to Cairo trip. I’ve always wanted to see and experience more and feel that ...
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Discover all the show notes, funny stories, pretty pictures and shiny toys at: www.wingitworldwide.com/podcast | Scot and Emily McKay are well-known dating coaches who've been helping men and women all over the world find love for over a decade. Get their unique, location-independent view into the wild, unpredictable, nutrageous, often hilarious but always adventurous side of traveling the world...usually with their four kids. | Please subscribe to the show to get updates automatically, and ...
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We are a married couple in our early 30's who got tired of the rat race of corporate America and set out to find or possibly create something more inspiring to us. We left our careers in May 2018 and set off for South America where we are currently traveling and volunteering as we try to learn Spanish and find ways to give back to communities and the planet. This podcast will document our travels as well as feature interviews from other amazing travelers and organizations that are doing thin ...
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Welcome to an audio adventure unlike anything you've ever heard. I’m Jason Moore, host of the top-rated Zero To Travel Podcast, and I invite you to come with my wife Anne Dorthe and me to visit the beautiful country of Nepal through this unique 16-part travel podcast series – the world’s first “audio guidary” (part audio guide and part diary). We’ll be your travel companions as you soak up the entire Himalayan mountain trekking experience, going from the bustling capital city of Kathmandu to ...
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Our family of 6 plus our dog sold everything, bought an RV and have been traveling full-time around North America since May 2014. If we aren’t out climbing mountains, hiking to a waterfall or playing at the beach, we are most likely at the local donut shop trying to find the best donuts in the US! We love talking about RV life and the reality of what it means to live in less then 200 sq. feet with a family of 6 and a dog. We are honest and open about the reality that it isn't all a vacation ...
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The Overland Roundtable is a panel discussion that focuses on topics relating to those of us who explore the world. If the journey is more important than the destination and your travel revolves around the vehicle you drive, then this is the show for you! The discussion each session will be focused on a single topic and you'll hear thoughts and experiences from panel members with years of experience.
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On this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we give tips on finding the right ski resort for a tremendous ski-related trip. In this list, we give you several items you should consider before you book your trip. -First, you need to decide what your budget will be. If you are not careful with your budget, you can spend much more money th…
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RVing, camping, traveling - all come with a bit of stress. But that's where StressLess Camping comes into play, along with that long awaited can of craft beer that is cracked open once you're settled in. Meet Peggy and Tony from StressLess Camping Craft beer, travel, and adventure. Sounds like us here at Living a Stout Life. But this isn't our stor…
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Career, Group Travel, Antarctica Tom Smith Vice President of Sales and Marketing for North America Intrepid Travel Tom began his career in the life-science and pharmaceutical sectors, before combining his passion for travelling and his work life, by joining the travel industry in 2013. After working in sales for a few years for a backpacker travel …
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In this episode, Robert celebrates reaching a remarkable milestone of 50,000 downloads. He shares his exciting adventures in Lake Louise and delves into the intensive preparation process for an outdoor adventure photography shoot. Key points covered include effective communication with clients, creating mood boards, scouting locations, creating a s…
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On this, the 100th episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we go over words with different meanings when crossing the pond. I have to thank the Lost in the Pond YouTube channel for the idea behind this podcast. Some of the sources used for this episode: Using English Anglotopia for Anglophiles Adducation Let's talk about this episode on ou…
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In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we review two Hawaii Restaurants. This is our first time doing restaurant reviews on this podcast, so I hope you enjoy them. Please let us know what you think of it. The first restaurant we review is the Tropics Bar and Grill at the Hilton Hawaii Village in Waikiki. Like all our dealings with…
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In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we compare two hotels that go after the same market, and the hotels are located only a few miles apart in adjacent cities. First up is the Hampton Inn Cedar Falls Downtown, located adjacent to downtown Cedar Falls, Iowa, built-in 2018. The Hampton Inn has some excellent public areas, the room…
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This episode of the Travel and Adventure Photography School delves into the unique aspects of storytelling in adventure photography. Robert discusses the importance of capturing images that narrate a story and the pivotal role of emotion in creating engaging and memorable photographs and introduces viewers to five vital elements to enhance their ph…
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Are you planning a car trip this winter? In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure podcast, we go over our tips for having a safe and pleasant journey through that sometimes nasty winter weather. Tip Number One: Preplan your trip. Note whether you will drive over mountain passes that may require chains in lousy weather. If at all possible, le…
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On this special episode of Travel Fun and Adventure, I tell you some travel stories, from the bad and ugly to the downright creepy. Let's talk about this episode on our Facebook page. We also have a Twitter page where we post airfare specials we see or articles important to those looking to travel now or in the future. Our website can be found at T…
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On this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we go over our tips to help you plan a trip to the Big Island of Hawaii. In a previous podcast, we went over our tips for travel to Oahu, and while some of the tips may seem familiar, there are many that are exclusive to the Big Island. Be sure to plan your trip well in advance; however, avoi…
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Is there really anything better than pizza and beer with friends? Only if that pizza and beer with friends is in a home overlooking the stunning Colombian city of Medellin with the owners of Bufona Cervecería Colombiana, a craft brewery in the heart of Medellin, Colombia. Welcome to Bufona Cervecería Welcome to Bufona, one of the newest cervecerías…
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Join me for a walk with the fantastic photographer Katie Goldie (@goldiekatie_) to talk about breaking into commercial photography, ways to set yourself apart and engaging your creativity. You'll learn essential business insights for running shoots, engaging with clients, and backing up your work. Plus, some fun insights into the fantastic world th…
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On this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we give you our list of the best attractions and things to do on the Big Island of Hawaii. Punaluu Black Sand Beach Volcanoes National Park Akaka Falls State Park Pu'uhonua O Honaunan Ntational Historic Park Pacific Tsunami Museum Kona Salt Farm Tour Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory Kilaue…
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On this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we tell you our picks for the best places to eat on the Big Island. One thing to know when you are traveling in Hawaii, especially away from Waikiki, is that most restaurants close between 7pm and 8pm so if you are usually a late eater, that is something you will want to keep in mind or else …
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On today's adventure, we're hanging out on the shores of Moraine Lake - in the rain, of course - after hiking into Larch Valley during larch season and talking about five little things you can do to elevate your images. One of the things I find people asking about fairly consistently is what starts separating people when you know the rules of compo…
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Planning a trip to Oahu but don't know what attractions to visit (besides the glorious beaches, of course!!) Well, in this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we give you the list of our favorite attractions on Oahu, some of which are free and others that can run a great deal of money. One Hawaii experience you must have is attending a…
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Here are our picks for the best restaurants on the island of Oahu. Before traveling to Hawaii, I went to ChatGPT to see what it would come up with for restaurants in addition to my experience, and it came up with two that were permanently closed during the pandemic and a couple of others that were already ones we would pick. Here are our picks for …
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Welcome to the podcast! This week, we are talking to creator, influencer and short-form video specialist Sam Reid (@SamanthaLReid) about creating content, staying authentic, and how you can make the best short-form videos. Sam is a 2-time Olympian in synchronized swimming turned mountain athlete and content creator with an incredible journey from A…
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In this week's episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we give you our honest reviews of two Hawaiian reports, one in Waikiki and the other on the Big Island in Kona. First, the employees at both resorts were awesome, friendly, helpful, and efficient. The two resorts are a contrast; the Hilton Hawaiian Village is in the heart of the action…
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What are some of the surprises you may find on a trip to Hawaii? On this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we take a look at some things that might surprise you when making a journey to paradise on the islands. 1. Unlike most places, off-airport car rentals, especially those in Waikiki, are more expensive than the airport locations. …
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Hey, it's Robert Massey, and I'm back with another episode of the Travel and Adventure Photography School podcast. Today, I'm sharing the five essential non-photography items that always find a place in my camera bag. We're talking about portable battery banks, cleaning kits, versatile light sources, snacks, and raincoats. I'll explain why these es…
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The Colombian craft beer scene is one that deserves to be recognized. And one of those Colombian craft breweries is located in the heart of Medellín. Welcome to Sierra Blanca Cerveceriá, where the beer is fantastic and the people are even better. This is Sierra Blanca Cerveceria's story, but it's also a story that belongs to Medellín's craft beer s…
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In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we give the low down on our trip to Hawaii. As regular listeners to the podcast will know, this was supposed to be a trip in June to the Canary Islands, but when my wife's and daughter's passports were delayed and took seven months to arrive, we had to change our plans. Let's talk about this …
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Courtyard by Marriott or Hilton Garden Inn. Both are premium hotels that are tailored for business travelers, but could they be the right choice for you? In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast we compare a Courtyard and a Garden Inn to see which one is best. The best features of the Garden Inn: An update room with the best desk set…
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In today's episode, we're tackling a topic that's on the minds of many in the creative community: how to find work. Whether you're an outdoor adventure photographer, a portrait specialist, or a videographer, the insights we share here are universally applicable. From exposure gigs to word-of-mouth marketing and building vendor relationships, we've …
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Here is a list of some charities that are taking donations for those affected by the wildfires in Maui. If you have the financial means and feel it is the right thing to do please consider a donation. American Red Cross Maui Strong Fund (Hawaii Community Foundation) Aloha United Way The Maui Food Bank Maui Humane Society Salvation Army Regenerative…
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Welcome to the Big World Made Small Podcast for the adventure traveler, where we go far beyond the beaches, resort hotels, and cruises to explore the really cool places, people, and activities that adventurous travelers crave. If your idea of a great vacation is sitting on a beach at an all-inclusive resort, you’re in the wrong place. However, if y…
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On this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we list the most common pet peeves when it comes to visiting major tourist attractions. 1. Fees 2. Photography Policies 3. Long Lines 4. Rude and Loud People 5. Line Jumpers 6. Slow People 7. Herds of people blocking the pathways 8. People trying to get that perfect Instagram shot 9. People w…
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Join host Robert Massey in this episode of the Travel and Adventure Photography School podcast as we tackle the challenges of capturing stunning photos amidst smoky conditions. From pre-shoot preparation to shooting techniques, post-processing tips, and prioritizing safety, discover how to adapt creatively while ensuring well-being. Get ready to co…
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In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we review two hotels. The first one is the Brunswick Inn in Brunswick, Maine. The other is the Cobblestone Inn & Suites Main Street in Marquette, Iowa. Good Points: The Brunswick Inn: A good check-in experience; the rooms were well maintained, the future was keeping with the status of the hot…
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Our tips for having a great trip to Las Vegas: Be sure to set a good budget for the trip if you want to gamble, set aside a fund for gambling that you know you will spend, and not worry if you lose it all. Know that everything could cost more in Las Vegas. Check your dates - Make sure there is no major event such as SEMA, Formula 1, NASCAR, or the …
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Welcome back to the long-awaited return of the Travel and Adventure Photography School podcast! I'm your host, Robert Massey, and I can't express how excited I am to bring this show back to life after a 16-month break. Get ready for a fresh perspective as we take this podcast out of the studio and into the great outdoors. In this episode, recorded …
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In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure podcast, we go over our favorite restaurants in Las Vegas. These restaurants are independent and not in casinos. Back to the 80's Cafe 4755 Maryland Parkway Chicago Guys Pizza 6640 North Durango Drive My Garage Restaurant 5770 Centennial Center Boulevard Two Sisters Broasted Chicken &Ribs 9750 W. Skye…
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What do you get when you put two brothers, a dog, and beer together? Sounds like a recipe for a story in the making. And that is exactly how ÖlBröder Cerveza Artesanal in Medellín, Colombia, was crafted. From two brothers with a passion for a challenge, a desire to create beer with a Colombian flair, and a story behind all that they brew. This is o…
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In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we explore our favorite attractions in Las Vegas. Sadly too many people never venture away from the strip to see what all of Las Vegas has to offer. There is loads of attractions to see and interesting neighborhoods. Here is our list of our favorite attractions in Las Vegas and none of them a…
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In this episode of the Travel Fun and Adventure Podcast, we go over a list of the remaining buffets in the Las Vegas area. While buffets used to be an inexpensive way to eat in Las Vegas, with the casinos enticing you in with really cheap buffets, those days are now long gone. While there was a time that every casino in the Las Vegas area would hav…
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and waiting can be the hardest and frustrating part of the process. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about waiting for the visa, you'll learn tips and more from my own experience. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World…
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them is applying and how it varies depending on the country. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about the initial applying and making your appointment for the Spain non-lucrative visa. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Co…
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There are many questions around applying for a Non-Lucrative Visa for Spain, and a common one among parents is about enrolling their kids in school. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about an often overlooked question, do you need to enroll your kid in a school? About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler, Expat M…
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In the last podcast, we reviewed some Las Vegas hotels and resorts that do not charge you a resort fee. In this episode, we go over hotels and resorts with low resort fees. When we started the list, we tried to stay under $30 per night, but in a couple of weeks, we were making the list, and some places increased their prices! As we say in the episo…
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them is private health insurance. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about private health insurance and everything you need to know about it About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler, Expat Mama and Wife…
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them is rental lease. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about rental lease, how it works and what do you need. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler, Expat Mama and Wife I have been an expat for ove…
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them are financial records. In today's podcast, I'm going to tell you everything you need to know about the financial records needed for the non-lucrative visa for Spain. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Tr…
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There was a time not too long ago when Las Vegas was a cheap place to go. There were plenty of low-cost rooms to be found, inexpensive buffets/restaurants, and parking was free. Well, those days are gone. Today the prices of rooms at the hotels and resorts in Las Vegas continue to rise into the stratosphere, most of the buffets are gone, and those …
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them is a medical certificate. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about medical certificate information needed for a Spain non-lucrative visa. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler, Expat Mama and Wi…
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them is getting a certified translator. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about finding a certified translator for getting a Spain non-lucrative visa. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler, Expat Ma…
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them is getting a notary service. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about what is and how to find a notary service for your non-lucrative visa. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler, Expat Mama and …
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There are many steps to follow, and many requirements needed to get a non-lucrative visa for Spain, and one of them is getting your documents apostilled. In today's podcast, I'm going to talk about what does it mean to apostille documents, how to do it and more. About Marina 'Travel Experta' I am an Experience Collector, World Traveler, Expat Mama …
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If you have ever flown, you probably have some pet peeves when it comes to flying. The Upgraded Points website did a survey of passengers to see the biggest pet peeves of the respondents. I have used this list along with looking at blogs and comments, along with some of my own pet peeves. Here are some of the biggest pet peeves: *Flight Cancellatio…
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