This week I first discuss the latest trending news in travel, including Alaska Airlines buying Hawaiian Airlines, new updates to popular theme parks, and more. Later in the show, I interview Chris Prelog, President of Windstar Cruises. Prelog shares the latest news and offerings from Windstar Cruises. Plus, we learn how he became known as Mr. Tahiti. The interview with Prelog begins after the 11-minute mark. Today's episode sponsor: Windstar Cruises As you pen down your New Year's resolutions, make 2024 the year of extraordinary experiences with Windstar Cruises. Sail onboard their boutique, all-suite yachts or iconic sailboats to the picturesque corners of Europe, the Caribbean, Tahiti and beyond. Immerse yourself in port-intensive itineraries, exceptional service, and an innovative culinary program curated by the official cruise line of the James Beard Foundation. For a voyage that's not just a journey but a masterpiece like no other, choose Windstar Cruises. Contact Your Travel Advisor Today or Visit WindstarCruises.com Have any feedback or questions? Want to sponsor the show? Contact us at Podcast@TravelPulse.com and follow us on social media @TravelPulse. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guy Waites sailed around the world in the 2022 Golden Globe Race. He had to stop in Cape Town to scrape barnacles, then had to stop at Hobart after losing his liferaft in a knockdown, but he persevered and completed the solo circumnavigation. We talk about preparing for the race, gooseneck barnacles, full-keel boats vs modern designs, his boat - a Tradewind 35, sails, downwind sailplans, 2-line reefing, safety, being knocked down, keeping a clear head in storm conditions, rounding Cape Horn, enjoying solitude, mental challenges, towing warps, albatross, future sailing plans, sailing a class 40, and more!
Published 3 December 2023We have decided to start focussing on some sailing classes and learn more about them. This week we talk to Geoff Carne and Craig Phillips about the International Canoe, the oldest sailing dinghy class in the World. Geoff Carne is the current Australian Champ and Craig has been involved with 8 America's Cup teams over 27 years. The IC is quirky, challenging and fast. Great for tinkerers, it may be the class for you.#sailingcanoe #canoe #canoesail #americascup #sailgp #sailgpaus #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Set sail on an exciting sea adventure in this episode of 'Growin' Up'! Join Emily and Winston as they navigate the waves with our special guest, world-renowned sailor and boat racer ⛵, Charlie Enright. Dive into Charlie's early days growing up by the ocean, leading to his epic 6-month voyages racing boats around the globe. Plus, get ready for an interactive journey onto a stormy sea - a perfect chance to learn about life aboard a sailboat on the vast, open waters. ***** Parents, in the Lingokids app, we have plenty of interactive activities, games, songs, and more that blend educational subjects and modern life skills to help get your kids ready for today's changing world! From math to making friends, reading to resilience, collaboration, creativity, and so much more, spark curiosity, imagination, and success with Lingokids! *****A Lingokids Original podcast produced by Paradiso MediaStarring Emily Calandrelli as Herself and Brock Powell as Winston.Executive Producers: Emi Norris, Benoit Dunaigre, Lorenzo Benedetti, Louis DaboussySupervising Producer: Agathe BouzatProducer: Abi McNeilWith additional production support from Molly O'Keefe, Aimie Faconnier & NoelleHead Writer: Blake KnightAssociate Producer: Brendan GalbreathProduction Coordinators: Maddy Weinberg, Lucine DorsoEditor: Marin GrizeaudTheme Song Written by: Fredrika StahlTheme Song Composed by: Fredrika StahlMusic Production: Dimitri PeronnoTheme Song Performed by: The Angel City Youth Chorale directed by Heather CatalenaRecording Engineers: Bill Trousdale at Audiovisions and Jason Schimmel at Bunker StudiosLegal Services: Lisa Nitti, Ludye Nisol, Alix d'ArgentréSpecial thanks to: Yael Even Or, Winfred Neisser and our special guest Charlie EnrightWith Apple Podcasts Subscriptions, you can unlock premium audio experiences, including early access, extra episodes, and ad-free listening.***** Parents, in the Lingokids app, we have plenty of interactive activities, games, songs, and more that blend educational subjects and modern life skills to help get your kids ready for today's changing world! From math to making friends, reading to resilience, collaboration, creativity, and so much more, spark curiosity, imagination, and success with Lingokids!
Friday – Can sour candy reduce anxiety? Prime Time Kitchen with Orlando Weekly Restaurant Critic Faiyaz Kara on a KISS watch party at Rock & Brews, Iron Chef Morimoto in town, a new Smashburger joint called Cow & Cheese, The Current in College Park, Miracle on Orange at the Courtesy & Death in the Afternoon. Rich Tips with Candace on saving when traveling. Rauce Thoughts on being interviewed by a kid. Plus, WOKE News, Sink or Sail, Embers Only, Trivia & Last Call.
Ellen is a 27-year-old pilot, flight instructor, and adventure traveler, with a background in writing, acting, and modeling. She grew up on a farm in rural Texas. In her short adult life, she's been on five expeditions by bicycle, paddle, and oars, both domestic and international. Those journeys add up to a total of 18 months and roughly 10,000 miles - nearly all of which were human-powered and half of which were solo. In 2017, Ellen, then 22, completed a solo descent of the Missouri from Three Forks to St. Louis. Ellen had previously paddled a tributary of the Amazon and cycled from England to Greece. Ellen is the youngest person to solo paddle the Missouri River from Three Forks, Montana to St. Louis. In September 2022, Ellen Falterman paddled her 18-foot Grumman canoe to her family's Trinity River home in East Texas, completing a full descent of the Mississippi River and then some. Her motivation and mentor for these trips have always been her brother Patrick, who died suddenly in 2016. She dedicates all of her expeditions to him, and even when she's traveling by herself, she never feels as if she's traveling alone. ***This episode was recorded at the end of 2021 to be released in early 2022. Ellen lost her fiancé in 2022 so we decided to delay the release of the episode until now. Our hearts and hugs go out to Ellen.*** New episodes go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media especially in relation to adventure and physical challenges. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show notes Who is Ellen Her trail name Being based out of East Texas The big challenge - gong around the world by rowboat Being inspired by her brother Her family Wanting to make her own way in life Thinking of becoming an actor Losing her brother suddenly in September 2016 Starting to live life like there is no tomorrow Dealing with the dark and tragic situations that happens in life Going to Brazil with her brother in 2014 Talking about her grief Hitching around Brazil and making money while on the road Learning from her brother while travelling together Doing a river trip after he died Her first solo expedition on the Missouri River, the longest river in North America Planning verses going with the flow Daily life while on travelling on rivers River time and working with tides and rowing in open water Figuring out resupply and knowing what rations you have The lessons from her first solo expedition Why everyone should do a solo challenge at some point Dealing with loneliness Funding and paying for challenges Working as a flight instructor to self fund challenges Learning to fly and getting her pilot license at 17 Deciding to row the length of The Mississippi River How her expeditions have tied together Naming her boat after her grandma Gaining ocean rowing experience Doing a sea school course in the UK and gaining qualifications Handling concerns before the journey Creating a non-profit and how it works Documenting and sharing the challenge Working with UK non-profit IMMAs Keeping stuff in storage Creating a cozy cabin Wanting to be in Panama in 12 months Launching on September 4th 2022 Falling in love and the challenge of leaving Wanting to be the captain of her ship and being alone for the first year How you can support Ellen How to connect with Ellen on the socials Final words advice - The 3Ds - Desire, Decision, Details Social Media Website ellenmagellanexpeditions.com Instagram @ellenmagellanexpeditions Facebook Ellen Magellan Expeditions
The expedition systematically infected orphaned boys with cowpox throughout the duration of the voyage so that the live vaccine survived all the way to the ...
On this episode of The DEB Show, host Debra Eckerling talks about Giving with Carol Hink, founder of True Wind Culture; Brenda Knight, author of Random Acts of Kindness; and Harri James-O'Kelley, founder of The O'Kelley Lab. Carol, Brenda, and Harri are all advocates for others; they are also examples of kindness personified. The trio talked about their connection to the subject, as well as their thoughts how and what to give. Carol, Brenda, and Harri also shared their favorite acts of kindness, giving goals, and more. What is Giving? - Carol: It's what makes my heart grow - Harri: Reflecting, being there for others, and staying positive - Brenda: Awareness and emotional intelligence (sensing what someone else needs. Sometimes it's a smile, holding the door for someone, or checking in with people you see every day How to Be Better at Giving - Brenda: Stay in the moment and be true to yourself - Carol: Overthinking is a barrier to giving; it becomes overwhelming. Just do it - Harri: Time is a barrier. And people think giving only has to be a certain way. Shift your mindset and get creative with how and when you give Goals - Carol: When you meet someone, ask them “What gives you joy?” - Harri: Offer to be part of someone's team - Brenda: Put your cellphone down and make eye contact when you talk to people - Brenda: Give compliments. Acknowledge others – it makes a difference Final Thoughts - Harri: Give of yourself - Brenda: Encourage people in your life to read, especially kids - Carol: If you know a veteran who is going through trauma, who would like to be in nature, on the water, reach out to learn about her Sail it Forward program Learn more: Carol Hink: TrueWindCulture.com Brenda Knight: Mango.bz Harri James-O'Kelley: TheOKelleyLab.com Debra Eckerling: TheDEBMethod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Laura Dekker holds the world record for being the youngest person to sail solo around the world. She began her journey in August 2010 when she was 14 years old and finished in January 2012 when she was 16. In this conversation, we talk about what prompted her to take on a voyage this challenging, how she navigated (and eventually won) her fight with the Dutch government, and how she plans to use the lessons she learned as a young sailor to parent her own kids. -- Stay up to date by subscribing to The Profile, our weekly newsletter that brings you the best profiles of successful people and companies. Sign up here: https://theprofile.substack.com/
Let's wrap up Listener Request Month with the chronicle of the first solo sailing voyage around the world. Sail to sleep aboard the Spray as our captain builds his ship and starts an adventure most only dream of. Help us stay ad-free and 100% listener-supported! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/boringbookspod Buy Me a Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/d5kcMsW Read “Sailing Alone Around the World” at Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/6317 Music: "Ocean Tapping,” by PC III, licensed under CC BY If you'd like to suggest a copyright-free reading for soft-spoken relaxation to help you overcome insomnia, anxiety and other sleep issues, connect on our website, http://www.boringbookspod.com.
Published 26 November 2023With less than a month to go until the start of the Sydney to Hobart, we chat to Sam Haynes, owner TP52 Celestial - winner of the last years race. Sam is the Vice Commodore of the CYCA and campaigns his TP52 and his J70 sailing as often as he can. He also founded the Sydney Animal Hospital and is on the board of the charity Assistance Dogs Australia.#officialrolexsydneyhobart #celestialsailing #tp52aus #sydneytohobart #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
As we head into the off season in Canada, we've got authors of a new book called called "Plan Sail Track: The Ultimate Sailing Guidebook" on the pod, Thomas Fogh and Signe Ronka. Thomas, is the director of sailing at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. As an athlete, he competed internationally in multiple classes before moving into coaching provincial, National and Olympic calibre athletes. As an athlete he finished top ten at world and international championships in multiple classes including Solings, Lasers and Tornado classes Singe Ronka the owner and head coach of flexafit, an internationally recognized figure skating fittness training organization. As an athlete she has been on the podium in both national and international championships, and as a coach she has worked with skaters from beginner level to Olympic champions This was a facinating converation where we got into sailing specific fitness programs, Thomas's famous father Hans's dedication to fitness, as well as the satsifaction these very accomplished coaches get from seeing their athletes improve. The book can be purchased here: https://flexafit.com/store/plan-sail-track
Auckland businesses say the cancellation of SailGP feels like a "gut punch." Tātaki Auckland Unlimited has confirmed that SailGP won't be hosted in the city next year, due to unavailability of Wynyard Point for spectators. The land has been used to store petrol and chemicals and has not been approved for use. Rayssa Almeida has more.
It's the 2010s and Tom Hanks can't seem to stay away from water. In yet another Oscar-nominated role, he's the captain of a container ship...until he isn't. Sail away with us and Captain Phillips! Support: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/neverseenitpod/support Email: email@example.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/neverseenit_pod Bluesky: https://bsky.app/profile/neverseenit.bsky.social Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neverseenitpod1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neverseenitpod1 Movie info: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1535109/
Sailing Commentator and Analyst Chris Steele joined show. As we discuss Sail GP's decision, to pull out of the 2024 Auckland event. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sail GP has left Auckland out in the cold, as land at Wynyard Point is no longer avaliable for the March event. The international competition sees high performance catamarans battle it out on the water in a series of grand prix style events around the globe. The land, where the spectator stand was planned to be placed, is still being cleared of old fuel tanks and is decontaminated. Auckland council's event agency, Tātaki Unlimited says none of alternatives were acceptable to event founder Sir Russell Coutts. Tātaki CEO Nick Hill explains [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6341577131112
Monique Aiken is the Managing Director at The Investment Integration Project, an applied research and consulting firm with a recently launched SaaS platform called SAIL, the Systems Aware Investing Launchpad. Monique is co-founder of Make Justice Normal, a nonprofit collective focused on narrative change, and host of their podcast, “Into the Record”. She is also cofounder of the ReStarter Fund, an economic and climate justice initiative aiming to be a small business lifeline in these unique times. She is also a Contributing Editor at ImpactAlpha where she is a biweekly host of the “Briefing” podcast and past host of ‘The Reconstruction', a 24-episode long form interview podcast series.Monique has been guiding investors in aligning their social impact and investment objectives for over a decade, after nearly 15 years in financial services with Bank of America, Citigroup, and Deutsche Bank. In addition to TIIP, her +10 years of impact experience includes time as Vice President of Programs, at Mission Investors Exchange, a 250+ member network for outcomes focused practitioners in impact investing; Director at Tideline, a boutique strategy consultant in impact investing; and Project Manager for No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project at the Clinton Foundation. Monique serves on the Investment Committee for the NYU Impact Investment Fund, the Steering Committee for the Intentional Endowments Network and the Board of Responsible Alpha. She also serves as a Board Member of the Institute for Nonprofit Practice and on the Advisory Board for the Global Bio Fund, a gendersmart biotech and wellness ecosystem and venture fund.A proud Toigo, CGSM, SEO, and INROADS alum, Monique earned her MBA from NYU Stern School of Business where she specialized in Financial Instruments and Markets, and a B.Sc. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. Monique is a first-generation Jamaican-American, plays the tenor saxophone (badly), loves coffee, tea and travel (pre-covid at least) and is conversant in Spanish, Portuguese, and un petit peu of French. Monique is also a newly minted children's book author and lives in +100yr old fixer-upper in New Jersey with her husband and their delightful preschool aged son, who is her inspiration.
We're back on the Yarra! 610 quiz: SAIL! Belle's contraband There's a mysterious island ahead Exploring Snake Island Paul donated instead of buying something We've been spotted! Liam's back is genuinely toast Rowing crew 'Prost8' pull up and chat Most successful Idol contestants Captain's Breakfast Cliff from the BOM swung by Liam opens up about his own struggles Have you ever flashed? We're back for another day of pedaling. Belle has a near-death experience, Ben eats an almond and Liam busts Belle with banned goods. Quote of the show: "Codeine, or a brick of cocaine?"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James & Derek examine their shelves, talking recent culls, what survived, and what's incoming on their bloated card game shelves. Also recent plays of Tindahan and Sail. Enjoy the show! 2:22 Texas Trick Taking Con 7:29 Tindahan 17:25 Sail 28:15 Main Topic: State of the Shelf TRICKY Streams at: twitch.tv/dadsonamap Check out all of our streams: www.youtube.com/@dadsonamap http://www.dadsonamap.com Support the Show - Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dadsonamap Twitter and Instagram - @dadsonamap BGG Guild - http://tiny.cc/DoaMGuild Merch Store - https://teespring.com/stores/dads-on-a-map
It was casually mentioned on the podcast that Rider has some past trauma associated with cruises, and now it's finally time to find out why. We hear the tale of the high seas when a 16-year-old Rider Strong took part in the “Sail with the Stars” cruise, with handfuls of other teen heartthrobs, but it wasn't quite the enchanted voyage he had hoped for. But on the other hand, a 14-year-old Danielle was ALSO onboard this Teen Beat cruise ship and had a much different experience joining her ideal “fancy cult.” Dancing with hot guys and a buffet? Sign her up! These are the stories you can only hear from your very own port of call on Pod Meets World!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I talk about setting sailing goals, selecting the right kind of boat, my opinions regarding features of a good offshore sailboat, my boat, how I reef, what I love about sailing, and where I've been in the last four years.
Published 19 November 2023We chat to Tom Slingsby fresh after winning World Sailor of the Year for the third time. We get in depth on the cup and SailGP and Tom shares some key lessons that will help your sailing and your career.Enjoy!!!#tslingsby #americascup #americanmagicteam #sailgp #sailgpaus #transatjacquesvabre #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Friday – Deb returns! We get a Black Friday hunting update from Kevin. Prime Time Kitchen with Orlando Weekly Restaurant Critic Faiyaz Kara on Donuts, Hand-Rolls, Noodles, the closing of The Outpost and a review of Zaru. Rich Tips with Candace from Europe with a tip on cheap cruises. Rauce Thoughts on problems with movies. Plus, WOKE News, Sink or Sail, Embers Only, Trivia & Last Call.
Big data centers are getting more and more popular, and it's expected for institutions to use them. Are they necessary for banks? David shares his view on this actual topic. There is a need for a data acquisition tool that can connect to external systems without centralizing data. The speaker outlines three key outcomes for effective data management: dashboards, graphical reporting, and targeted marketing lists. The episode concludes by urging banks to focus on outcomes that drive business success and improve customer experience, rather than getting caught up in the pursuit of big data solutions.Banks should be good stewards of their data and not be embarrassed or afraid to use it. Notes:
Tony McReeGame Toppers KS 4.0 Intro Miniature Market (Rolling10 – $10 off $75 order) Ewin Racing Chairs (RDTN – 30% off order) Scram! Sail Faeries & Magical Creatures Gamegenic Etiquette Taste […] The post RDTN Episode 308: Empire's End, Race to the Rhine, Jokkmokk, Sea Salt & Paper, Borderlands, The Hunt, Sail, Faeries, Scram! first appeared on Rolling Dice & Taking Names.
Indian benchmark indices — Sensex and Nifty 50 — are likely to open the trading session of November 13 in green, a day after Samvat 2080 started on a strong note. On the day of Diwali Muhurat trading on November 12, Nifty 50 ended nearly 100 points higher at 19,523 and Sensex closed 350 points higher at 65,250. For the Nifty, 19,500-level was the level that the index managed to cross on the upside and that is now a key level to hold as it aims for 19,600. Meanwhile, the US markets ratings agency Moody's has downgraded the US credit rating outlook and thus, a certain amount of negative sentiment in US equity indices on November 10. However, for the last two consecutive trading weeks, all of the US indices ended with gains. In some further positive news flow for the domestic market, crude prices fell close to 5% in the week gone by with Brent futures now trading and hovering closer to the $80 a barrel mark. The earnings session has almost reached its final lap with a few more days left when listed companies will report their quarterly results. Grasim Industries and Manappuram Finance are due to report their earnings later in the day. Coal India, ONGC, SAIL, LIC, Biocon and Eicher Motors are among the other stocks in focus. Tune in to the Marketbuzz Podcast for more cues
Aucklanders hopping to and from Waiheke Island are celebrating a new competitor offering trips on the route, with Island Direct setting sail for the first time today. Its 50-seater vessel is scheduled to complete 18 crossings between Auckland CBD and Waiheke most days, and some of its tickets are going for nearly half the price of the long-running ferry operator Fullers360. Reporter Louise Ternouth and Camera Operator Marika Khabazi were up early to catch the very first Island Direct ferry [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6341026381112
I met Kyle at Escudo de Veraguas, an island about 20nm east of Bocas del Toro, Panama. We talk about the island, sailing in the Caribbean, dinghies, learning to sail, his Ta Yang 50 Flying Dutchman, buying the boat, mishaps and chaos, being struck by lightning, losing the propshaft and almost sinking, tacking upwind to Aruba, water in the foam core, near-death experiences, books, teak decks, and much more! The interview continues with us talking about his seaglass business on my other podcast "Dream Chasers and Eccentrics."
Friday - Veteran Week on JCS discussing helping veterans with Fred Robinson, Chair of Orange County Veterans Advisory Board and Norris Henderson with Mission United. Prime Time Kitchen with Orlando Weekly Restaurant Critic Faiyaz Kara waiting for Fluffy Fluffy Pancakes, the debut of Stadium Club, Skyline Chili, white truffle season, and a review of Camille, the French-Vietnamese restaurant. Rich Tips with Candace from Germany discusses debt management. Rauce Thoughts goes to The Counsel over cleaning difficulties. Plus, WOKE News, Sink or Sail, Embers Only, Trivia & Last Call.
Josh Axler will be sailing in the 2026 Golden Globe Race. We talk about racing boats both fast and slow, carbon fiber vs fiberglass and steel in boat construction, racing a Gunboat, why he wants to do the Golden Globe Race, books, managing Elliot Smith's 2022 GGR campaign, the NOR, solitude, selecting his boat for the race - an Endurance 35, sailing a ketch, getting the boat ready for the race, setting the boat up for singlehanding, long passages, instant coffee, writing, a favorite sailing memory, a scary sailing memory, sailing alone in fog, and much more!
Published 5 November 2023We chat to Simon Koster. Racing the TJV on the IMOCA Hublot with Alan Roura. Simon is in his first season on the 60's having come through the Mini and Class 40 fleets. He started out in the Mini6.50 in 2012 and competed in three Mini Transats scoring two podiums – in the series 2013, and the proto 2017. He then moved to the Class40's with Valentin Gautier - three seasons resulted in a 2nd place in the Transat Jacques Vabre! Whilst he was stuck in dock we jumped to introduce what many consider to be one of the nicest blokes in the fleet.#transatjacquesvabre #imocaglobeseries #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Friday – Who would you like to have dinner with if you can choose anyone dead or alive? Prime Time Kitchen with Orlando Weekly Restaurant Critic Faiyaz Kara from the World Equestrian Center for the Ocala Food and Wine Fest. Plus a review of Caravan for Uzbek and Turkish cuisine. Opening of Sweetie's Ice Cream, formerly Goff's. Jenny's Ice Cream opening in Winter Park Village. Mid Drive Dive opening in College Park. Rich Tips with Candace on the importance of a 401k and IRA's. Rauce Thoughts on overpriced water bottles. Plus, WOKE News, Sink or Sail, Embers Only, Trivia & Last Call.
On this DUALITY of a Shut Up & Sit Down Podcast, Tom and Quinns are EXCLUSIVELY talking about games for just two players! After an afternoon of cards and “Brotherly Bonding” they're ready to let it rip - where IT is opinions and RIP means AMIABLY DISCUSS! We're nattering about Dogfight, Nawalli, and Sail on this one - with a little snippet of Mind Bug thrown in for good measure. Have a great weekend, everybody! Timestamps: Dogfight - 03:33 Nawalli - 13:46 Mind Bug - 24:38 Sail - 26:53
Published 29 October 2023We take you behind the scenes of the TJV. We chat to Bill Goggins, CEO of Harken. He has been on the dock, on the boats and he dives into the technology. And then Simon Fisher who is doing the weather routing for Gitana in the Ultim fleet. There is plenty happening at the TJV and it is all being decided by the weather. Plenty here for you. Enjoy.#transatjacquesvabre #harken_inc #imocaglobeseries #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
Where failure is discouraged, much less rewarded, why would anyone stick their neck out on the line, bringing a creative idea? Innovation occurs when failure is an option.Challenging the status quo and allowing failure, will initially lead to disruption, however, ensuring failure leads to learning will allow for improvement in banking as a whole. There is much to be learned about the challenge of allowing failure within your organization.Notes:⛹️♂️ Innovation occurs when failure is an option: the players who lead baseball leagues and home runs almost certainly lead that league into strikeouts - apply that to your business. 01:20✅ Not only should bankers stop punishing failure, but encourage it using the fail-fast fail-often model. 03:00
Friday – Jim has a fight with technology while Deb has a fight with a cold. Prime Time Kitchen with Orlando Weekly Restaurant Critic Faiyaz Kara on some new restaurants and a bakery opening, plus soup dumplings, stone crabs, and a review of the hottest restaurant in town. Rich Tips with Candace on Delta changing their policy again, taking advantage of rewards for credit cards, and Jack does some weird financial math. Rauce Thoughts on how to eat a Reeses Peanut Butter Cup. Plus, WOKE News, Sink or Sail, Embers Only, Trivia & Last Call.
Travel Gluten Free Podcast Season 09 Episode 22 Cruising Gluten-Free: A Rough Sail Through the Mediterranean Do you struggle with food allergies and often wonder how to navigate your way through a cruise ship dietary minefield? Prepare to embark on a journey that will equip you with the skills to deal with such situations. You see, I recently sailed through the Mediterranean on a Celebrity cruise line. The cruise was a mixed bag of experiences - from kayaking in the sea caves of Corfu, Greece, discovering a dedicated gluten-free gelato shop in Rome, to exploring the history-steeped ruins of Olympia. But it wasn't all smooth sailing. Getting Food Poisoning, Food Mislabeling, and getting Cross-Contamination on Celebrity Cruise Line Along with the highs, there were some serious lows. As a person with food allergies, the lack of transparency and limited options onboard the Celebrity cruise line lead to some challenging times. I'll share my story of dealing with the ship's chefs, my frustrations regarding the limited gluten-free options, and even the case of an unfortunate food poisoning. But don't worry, I didn't let these difficulties dampen my spirit. Instead, they fueled my resolve to help others navigate through similar situations. Tips and Advice When Traveling with Food Allergies on a Cruise To conclude this episode, I will share some valuable tips and tricks that can be lifesavers when you travel with food allergies. You'd be surprised to know the potential of powdered chicken broth and electrolyte drink mix! Also, never underestimate the power of carrying a list of your food allergies in several languages. I look forward to sharing my positive experiences too - the ship's beautiful decorations, top-notch shows, and a sandwich that I can only describe as a gluten-free revelation. So, hop on board the Travel Gluten-Free Podcast; your journey towards a stress-free, allergy-friendly travel experience begins here! (0:00:01) - Horrible Experience on Celebrity Cruise (0:08:34) - Review of Celebrity Cruise Experience (0:16:35) - Food Handling on a Cruise (0:24:51) - Limited Food and Medical Support on Cruise (0:30:03) - Negative Experience on Celebrity Cruise (0:36:58) - Food Allergies on Celebrity Cruise (0:42:02) - Negative Experience on a Celebrity Cruise (0:50:24) - Ship Experience and Captain Appreciation Gluten Free Resources Journey safely with The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free Get the best tool for traveling gluten free with Equal Eats Cards Get the PracMedic Travel Medicine Bag Find your next vacation with your Travel Gluten Free $40 credit towards your stay! Follow me on Social Media via Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest, or Instagram Interested in Podcasting? You'll want to checkout Libsyn Cut your post-production time with quality show notes from Podium Spread the love of Travel Gluten Free podcast and share this episode with a friend
In this exciting episode, Ron marks his return from his unforgettable journey through Europe. Join us for a rollercoaster of laughter, enlightenment, and a walk down memory lane as he shares the most profound takeaways from his trip, spanning across culture, business, history, laws, and much more! WHAT YOU'LL LEARN FROM THIS EPISODE Why companies base their headquarters in Amsterdam Ron's entertaining experience in Italy and his takeaway from the ‘Turtle with the Sail' The value of preserving historical artifacts and landmarks A pious reflection on churches and faith What sets America apart from other countries RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE The Medici Family The Tortoise and the Hare by Aesop | Kindle and Hardcover Nero CONNECT WITH US: If you need help with anything in real estate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Reach Ron: RP Capital Leave podcast reviews and topic suggestions: iTunes Subscribe and get additional info: Get Real Estate Success Facebook Group: Cash Flow Property Facebook Community
Waiheke Islanders will soon have a new option for getting across to the city. Susie finds out more from Island Direct's David Todd - including how the service plans to offer lower fares than its competitor, Fullers.
Bryan and Jen are chasing their dreams in the South Pacific on their Catana Bali 4.0. We talk about French Polynesia, their catamaran, catamarans vs monohulls, teaching themselves to sail, escaping the drudgery of society, an unforcasted cyclonic even, repairing two saildrive shafts while at a remote atoll, maintaining optimism in trying times, floating the anchor in an atoll, other anchoring issues, happiness, fear, freedom, making decisions as a couple, favorite places, and much more!
Published 22 October 2023He is back and so is Wild Thing. This week we chat to Grant Wharington and ask about the conversion of the Botin 80 Stefan Racing into the 100 Wild Thing. We've seen it before, so what will we get this time. Wharo is certainly hands on with his projects. And in this episode he takes us onboard and explains in detail what you can expect to see. Will it be done in time for the Hobart? This and a heap of other questions are answered. You will get plenty from this episode.#wildthingaus100 #sydneytohobart #vaikobi #vaikobisail #radixnutrition #barkarate #sailingpodcast #barkaratesailorslarger #barkarateconversations #worldsailingofficial #sailing #boat #ocean #sport #voile #sail #sea #offshore #sailors #sailingworld #extremesailing #foils #yacht #yachts #saillife #instayacht #sailingblog #instasail
On the anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar of 1805 we look at a question that is central to the legend that grew up around the events of October 1805. How did a naval officer end up with a state funeral with no precedent for someone who was not a member of the Royal Family? How was death perceived in the Royal Navy of the Age of Sail and why did a heroic death matter so much? To find out more Dr Sam Willis spoke with Dr Dan O'Brien, Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Friday – Are you ready to board your next flight differently? Prime Time Kitchen with Orlando Weekly Restaurant Critic Faiyaz Kara on the closing of Imperial in Winter Park, and the opening of a bougee coffee joint, a food and wine fest in Ocala, Mister 01 pizza in Lake Mary, Drake and free chicken sandwiches and his restaurant review of Danilo's Pasta Bar. Plus, WOKE News, Sink or Sail, Embers Only, Trivia & Last Call.
John 6:15-21 (NKJV)Our hosts consider the theological message of Jesus walking on the water, calming a storm, and bringing the disciples to their desired haven. All referring back to Psalm 107 and the Redeeming Lord. Let the Redeemed of the Lord say so!Read the written devo that goes along with this episode by clicking here. Let us know what you are learning or any questions you have. Email us at TextTalk@ChristiansMeetHere.org. Join the Facebook community and join the conversation by clicking here. We'd love to meet you. Be a guest among the Christians who meet on Livingston Avenue. Click here to find out more. Michael Eldridge sang all four parts of our theme song. Find more from him by clicking here. Thanks for talking about the text with us today.________________________________________________If the hyperlinks do not work, copy the following addresses and paste them into the URL bar of your web browser: Daily Written Devo: https://readthebiblemakedisciples.wordpress.com/?p=14335The Christians Who Meet on Livingston Avenue: http://www.christiansmeethere.org/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TalkAboutTheTextFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/texttalkMichael Eldridge: https://acapeldridge.com/
Ronnie is preparing for the start of the Global Solo Challenge, and will be sailing around the world in his Open 50 "Shipyard Brewing." We talk about crossing the Atlantic, Nova Scotia, going up the mast, sailing his open 50 on different points of sail, killer whales, rigging, bottom paint, the Global Solo Challenge, communications, foul-weather gear, heavy weather, future plans, his new girlfriend, and much more!
With tonight's cozy bedtime story we've got all the enchanting, charming aspects of autumn. "The Great Pumpkin Sail" is an autumn sleepy tale that brings us to the mystical village of Sugar Hollow, Vermont for an autumn festival.