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Next Broadcast is Sunday, July 9
, 2006
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Listen Sunday, July 9, 2006 TravelTalkRADIO
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12 - 2pm Eastern Time

Sandy Dhuyvetter
Executive Producer and Host
of TravelTalkRADIO

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Welcome to this week’s TravelTalkRADIO newsletter. This week’s program is filled with experts from every part of our field and even some that work on the fringes of travel will be stopping by to give us the good word. Hank Philips, President of the National Tour Association (NTA) will appear on the Sunday show to share the association's insights into tour and travel with our audiences. Hank a well-known travel industry expert celebrating his 21st anniversary with the association this month.

Matthew Lesko Best-selling author

Best-selling author on free government grants, Matthew Lesko, we’ll talk about Government Programs To Fill Your Gas Tank. Unfortunately, because he is on our radio program, we will miss out on his magnificent wardrobe which is as much a part of his appeal as his frantic message.  His yellow polka dot Lexus and his colorful clothes including suits covered with neon question marks, bright and mismatched socks, wild bow ties and a seemingly inexhaustible collection of eyeglasses in every color of the rainbow are his trademarks. This should be fun and informative.

Also joining me this week is Gary Murphy from BRENDAN Worldwide Vacations. This is a real treat for us as we continue to bring our audiences the experts in travel. Gary along with his father is the owner of BRENDAN Worldwide Vacations. He has spent his entire life in the travel industry and at BRENDAN, the “buck stops” at Gary. We will get the straight answers on how you can have an affordable vacation that is styled to your likes and your wants. Yes, as Gary says, escorted tours are back, but boy are they different now – it’s a whole new ballgame than when they were first introduced in the 50’s and 60’s. We'll also discuss one of the hottest trends, River Cruising in Europe. What's not to like? Small, intimate ships, wonderful food and shopping at every port are on the agenda. Don’t miss this compelling conversation with one of the world’s leading tour operators.

We will also have onboard our good friend Rod LaBranche from Old Town Trolley Tours in San Diego. This entertaining tour company is one of the last family-owned operations in the country and has facilities in 6 metro areas in the US including Boston, Washington DC, Key West, Savannah, St Augustine and San Diego. We have lots of give-aways.

Detective Gary Hassen will be joining us to talk about vacation safety and smart decisions that will make your trip safe and memorable. Also coming to us from La Jolla, CA is author Eric Masterman. Eric wrote La Jolla, A Pictorial Tour. We will also be giving copies of Eric’s book away throughout the program.

This week’s travel tip:
As I travel throughout this beautiful world this past year, I have had one constant companion. As much as I wish I could say it was my wonderful husband, unfortunately I cannot as life is not that perfect. However, if I must have a second companion of choice for my world travels, it is my TUTTO luggage. TUTTO is the unique new carry-on luggage design that’s lightweight, collapsible and very easy to travel with. It has four wheels instead of just two so it lessens the weight and strain on the user's back and arms. It’s my favorite carry-on luggage and it goes EVERYWHERE with me. You’re probably saying, “Are you for real? Carry-on luggage that makes your heart sing?” Yes, I’m for real. As a professional traveler, I depend upon my equipment being easy to transport and arriving as safely as I pack it. With my 4-wheel rolling TUTTO, I’m sure that everything I’ve packed will get to our destination safe and sound including my most delicate and essential electronics including laptops, recording equipment  and digital cameras. TUTTO means “everything” in Italian, and the very first time you glide the TUTTO around you realize there really is a way to transport and carry-on up to 40 lbs with the ease of the four rollerblade-type wheels. I’ve taken it through so many cobblestone streets in countries around the globe that I thought the wheels would vibrate off, but no way. It’s a solid piece. I can maneuver the entire unit with one finger and with no weight at all unlike all the two-wheel rolling luggage pieces. TUTTO doesn’t fall over or get stuck in aircraft aisles like the standard two-wheel luggage pieces always do. Since I got my TUTTO, I have been on 25 different airlines and all the overhead compartments have been amply big enough for the TUTTO. The TUTTO frame is built to handle even more weight, it can carry another bag on top with ease and you can even use the TUTTO as a seat when the boarding area is maxed out. I have to confess – my TUTTO has been there through thick and thin and even after 200,000 miles it sits in my office ready to schlep my cameras and computers off again for another assignment anywhere in the world at a moment’s notice.

And now TUTTO comes in both classic and fun colors and lots of sizes and models, too, including pet carriers and mobile offices! I love this luggage and that's why I've chosen it as the official luggage of TravelTalkRADIO. Go to for more information.

Warm regards,

Sandy Dhuyvetter

This week's music will be taken from one of the many CD from Putumayo's collection called: Baila! Join us as we celebrate this wonderful music featuring Latin flavored tracks from around the world, Baila is a non-stop celebration of salsa, cumbia, merengue and more.
HERE to learn more about Putumayo World Music.

Last week's show on TravelTalkRADIO / LIVE from our studios in San Diego, CA.
 CLICK HERE to listen to the archives.

Sandy welcomed Cynthia Langston, author of Bicoastal Babe, Greg Baxter, District Manager for SuperClubs and Kathy Haase, President of Diva-Dog. Also joining Sandy were Beth Costa, Executive Director for the Russian River Wine Road, Rebecca Nicol, Marketing Director for Air New Zealand, Tara Riordan, Department of Homeland Security Business Liaison Assistant Director, and John Kolbisen, Past President of the National Swim School Association.


CLICK HERE to listen to the archives or simply click onto the graphic  of each guest
to go  to the ARCHIVED audio files of the program.

Cynthia Langston
Author Bicoastal Babe

Beth Costa
Executive Director for the
River Wine Road

Kathy Haase
 President of Diva-Dog

Rebecca Nicol
Marketing Director for Air New Zealand

Tara Riordan
Department of Homeland Security Business Liaison Assistant Director

Greg Baxter
District Manager for SuperClubs

Last week, we celebrated the Music from the Caribbean, featuring the irresistible rhythms of soca, reggae, merengue and more!

John Kolbisen
Past President of the National Swim School Association

July 8, 2006
This coming Saturday Morning!

This coming Saturday morning on Good Morning San Diego on KUSI channel 9,
Sandy takes you to Jamaica. Click HERE

CLICK HERE for more information on this week's program.

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Next broadcast is this Sunday July 9, 2006 from our studios in San Diego. Joining Sandy in the studio this weekend will be Eric Masterman, Author of La Jolla, A Pictorial Tour, Rod Labranche, Account Sales Manager for the Old Town Trolley Tours and Detective Gary Hassen from the San Diego Police Department. Sandy will also welcome Gary Murphy from BRENDAN Worldwide Vacations, Hank Phillips, President of the National Tour Association and the best selling author, Matthew Lesko.

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Coming this Sunday, July 9th. Gary Murphy joins Sandy to talk about BRENDAN Worldwide Vacations
offering top destinations around
the world. Click
HERE to learn more.

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Explore Northern California wine country on the Russian River
 Wine Road.

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TUTTO, the official luggage of TravelTalkRADIO.

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Thursday July 6, 2006
Sandy joined Bill Madden for the
TalkStar Morning. Click HERE to Listen.

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May 21, 2006, Sandy broadcast
live from Jerusalem, Israel.

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Join us in Croatia this coming fall as
we traveled with the American Tourism Society. For more information, click HERE

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Attend a Virtual session at the Airline Distribution Conference 2006

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but it is the best way to fly!

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