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Interviews, reviews, features and news you can use from the Travel Writers Radio Show, produced by PALAT - the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers - our international network of food, lifestyle and travel journalists and broadcasters. Now heard live every Wednesday from 5 pm t0 7 pm (AEST) and Saturdays 10am to noon, on Melbourne's J-AIR 87.8 FM; on the Net at www.j-air.com; and on SoundCloud. Email us: info@travelwritersradio.com
 
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“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read on the train.” - Oscar Wilde Welcome to Podcast #51 I thought it would be great to share a little more of the adventure and what happened next in Italy on the journey from Liguria to Milan. On the last days there was much to savour and explore. I love the adventu…
 
Fiona Harper is our Queensland based reporter and usually she reports travel stories for us, but in this instance she is the story. A long distance writer who is also a long distance runner. Wanting to challenge herself, Fiona is currently finishing her third Boating Guide to Australia’s east coat waters before she flies out to the US state of Virg…
 
Reporter Kristin Henning and husband Tom Bartel opted for a multi-generational holiday on a photo safari in Kenya.. They flew from Minneapolis to Nairobi, Kenya where their son lives and works and they organised a private safari to a wildlife conservancy in the Masai Mara and the Amboseli National Park in the shadow of Africa's highest peak, Mt Kil…
 
Kirstie Bedford, our award winning former news editor here at Travel Writers Radio is now part of the editorial team at successful tourism publisher, Signature Media. Kirstie tells Graeme Kemlo about the latest edition of their magazine that spells out the reasons behind the growing demand for sustainable luxury travel experiences.More: www.signatu…
 
Journalist Belinda Jackson has been reporting on the new hotels that have been opened during the pandemic in Melbourne, more than 10 of them opened last year with still a number to come. The latest is 'AC by Marriott Melbourne'. Belinda was invited to try it out and she reports ion the Spanish flavoured property on the edge of the CBD.…
 
Chennai-born Jazzarun (Jay) Kumar now lives in San Francisco and inspires an international audience with her traditional south Indian cuisine on the blog, Spicy Station. What we know to be Indian food is totally different from traditional recipes. Bridgett Leslie interviewed the food blogger to find out more about this specific cuisine and why it's…
 
Switzerland has the best ice buckets ever … all you need to do is ride the gondola from Engelberg up to Mt Titlis and plonk your bottles in the snow. Smuggli, the local ambassador, shows what happens when you have one too many celebratory drinks. We reckon this image from Carolyne Jasinski is #Worth1000Words…
 
Here's what is coming up on the show this week, May 18 2022. Travel Writers Radio is produced and presented by members of PALAT - the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. To get in contact email: info@travelwritersradio.com저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
So you think winter is coming to Australia? We don’t know “cold”. This is spring in Zermatt, Switzerland, where you can ski all year round and where the water troughs freeze over. Image: Carolyne Jasinski저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Melbourne Jouirnalist Belinda Jackson took a visit to the arra Valley about an hour from the city where she found a $7 million upgrade to the gin distillery. Thdere are new tasting rooms, and even a gin garden"but it is very popular so you're advised to book in advance. Belinda also paid a visit to St Huberts winery at Coldstream where new developm…
 
Michelle McKenzie is the founder of the 'Where is the Funding’, a Podcast' that shines the light on inequity in investment levels in black-owned businesses (including service industry ownership). Bridgett Leslie investigates the why behind the problem and how far investors have come in untying their purse strings.…
 
This week Rita Erlich is attending, and presenting a paper at the 24th annual symposium on gastronomy, which is being held in Bendigo, Australia's first UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, , The theme of the symposium is: Reclaiming Happiness: The Epicurean Garden, Simple Pleasures and a Sustainable Future. Rita sits down with committee members Kel…
 
Here's what is happening on Travel Writers Radio this week with hosts Graeme Kemlo and Belinda Jackson. The show is produced and presented by the members of PALAT 0 the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. To get in touch email: info@travelwritersradio.com저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
With propaganda as the official line coming out of Moscow we wanted to get the point of view of a reasonable person, an ordinary Russian. And that is what Bridgett Leslie has achieved, but not without some challenges. She speaks to a journalist who we have agreed to protect by not showing his photo and altering his voice, but his words are quite me…
 
It seems you can learn a lot from sport that can be applied to business, especially in the area of sponsorship of your meeting or exhibition. Graeme Kemlo speaks with Natasha Pembroke-Birss who was an event organiser but then worked with Sydney Swans in their commercial division. Now she uses her skills to value the assets of an organisation and he…
 
For some of you Bali, might be your Go To destination. Our Bali correspondent, Suxanne Hart is back on the Indonesian holiday island where she is basically in retirement. But she tells Graeme Kemlo that she is loving life again and behind the walls of her villa, there’s no COVID like she caught in Melbourne,. And there are lots of waves so she can …
 
A number of our foreign neighbours have recently relaxed their COVID restrictions, which means it is now more convenient and less costly to grab a short overseas break, and couldn’t we all use a getaway after the past two years. So while this is not an exhaustive list it offers some ioptions for the South Pacific and South East Asia.. Photo: Graeme…
 
We know the hotel industry has been hit hard by the pandemic and also by the lack of casual staff – many of them international students who were basically told to go home. Many five-star hotels have been capping their capacity because they cannot service all their rooms, however the picture is improving as Michael Johnson, CEO of Tourism Accommodat…
 
Here's what is coming up on Travel Writers Radio for this week, May 4 2022. The show is produced and presented by members of PALAT, the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writrers.To get in contact with us email|: info@travelwritersradio.com저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
This story from Graeme Kemlo does have a happy ending, but but it also deals with an unhealthy dependence on alcohol by a man who spent 23 years working in the wine industry until he realised his situation was affecting his family . So Jason Quin took the difficult decision to leave the industry that had been his life. His wife Andy Quin in is brav…
 
Intro Frenchman Arnaud Laidebeur trained in a Michelin star restaurant in Bordeaux, but these days he produces some of Melbourne’s finest sushi at Uminono in Prahran. There Arnaud specializes in premium take-away Sushi boxes, and has a 6- seater lunch bar that needs to be booked weeks in advance. This September Arnaud will team with Plan Japan to h…
 
Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital has a special place in everyone's heart. This wonderful public hospital has enormous support from the public. What is remarkable is the history of some of that support. There are a number of auxiliaries that raise funds for projects, and this year marks the centenary of those groups, which have raised millions …
 
Here's what you can enjoy on Travel Writers Radio this week. The show is produced and presented by members of PALAT - The Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers.Thanks for listening.저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
A Happy and Holy Easter it will not be for the citizens of Ukraine as it seems the Orthodox Pope in Moscow has endorsed Vladimir Putin’s decision to make war on his neighbor, even though this period that is arguably the most holy on the Orthodox calendar. IGraeme Kemlo spoke this week to our man in New York, Australian Expat Phil Brown for his take…
 
Graeme Kemlo took the opportunity to check in with another of our contacts, this time in Sao Paulo where Fabiolla Loureiro is a professional photographer. But you might also know that Brazil’s President Bolsonaro was disdainful of COVID, called it a little flu, but Brazil is third on the list behind USA and India. The Pandemic infected more than 30…
 
There are many people who know the city of Melbourne, many who can share its secrets. And there are two men who know them all - the general manager of the Sofitel in Melbourne, who is now the longest running hotel general manager in the city, and the guest relations manager, Terence Murphy, who has been in his job for decades. The two of them got t…
 
Here's what is up on Travel Writers Radio this week. TWR is brought to you by the members of PALAT, the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. We'd love to hear from you if you have a story to tell or a comment to make, just email: info@travelwritersradiocom저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Lonely Planet, the travel publisher founded by Tony and Maureen Wheeler here in Australia has been sold to foreign owners more than once, but as a guide to the destinations and peoples of far flung parts of the world it is still an invaluable guide, written by professional journalists. Most years , the past two excepted, they come out with a top 10…
 
Passover begins on Friday night. Good Friday is on Friday, and Easter Day is on Sunday. There are other dates, other celebrations, other festivals, mostly related to the spring. Melbourne is enjoying autumn, but we still mark these important spring festivals. Rita Erlich considers their origins, and their foods.…
 
Our Bali correspondent, Suzanne Hart caught up with Graeme Kemlo at the recent AIME event in Melbourne where she told him that she was returning to live in Bali. But despite having been COVID-vaccinated five times in the past year, she scaught COVID two weeks ago. Suzanne explains her return to Bali and has some valuable tips for travel in a post-C…
 
“Place will have its way with you” - Frances Mayes, ‘See You in the Piazza’ Welcome to Episode #50 I am sun kissed and sharing this moment with you from Liguria. I am in Camogli on the Italian Riviera, a surreal and beautiful experience I have to say. And so I share this with you as I reach the happy milestone of 50 Episodes! So that is kind of fab…
 
"Whatever it is I am trying to preserve may not be entirely real, but it isn't altogether false" - Andre Aciman.....'Homo Irrealis, Essays' Welcome to Podcast 49....And another in the moment share while traveling in Italy... Reflections on Parma, Genova, La Spezia and more.... Enjoy, Michelle xo Shownotes are up live with a little photo montage and…
 
We continue to take a keen interest in the Russian invasion of Ukraine through our reporter Bridgett Leslie in Sydney who has maintained contact, particularly with Ukrainian journalist Maria Pysarenko. Maria who has remained in her hometown of Kyiv through all the shelling tells Bridgett there is both good and bad news on day 39 of the conflict....…
 
Helmut Newton was a master of photography, in strong demand from the magazine editors and fashion houses of France, but he honed his skill as a phjotographer here in Melbourne. And it is the Melbourne connection that is the subject of our next story as Graeme Kemlo speaks to curator Cathy Prior of the Jewish Museum of Australia about their upcoming…
 
Rita Erlich has been down on the Mornington Peninsula where she found an interesting story about a former merchant seaman who has turned to distilling rum rather than just drinking it as part of the job. James McPherson is the name behind Jimmy Rum, based at Dromana from which he produces a range of cane spirit and rum aged in a variety of special …
 
Journalist Belinda Jackson loves a hike and was excited to try out the new trails in Victoria's Gariwerd/Grampians , about three and a half hours west of Melbourne. Belinda opted for a four-day hike, but tells Graeme Kemlo there are a range of walks from as little as a one hour stroll to a full 13-day through hike with camping or cabin accommodatio…
 
"These are the days that must happen to you” - Walt Whitman Welcome to Episode #48 Ciao from Italy, Salutations and greetings from the beautiful city of Parma in the region of Emilia Romagna, Italy. I was sitting in front of the Palazzo del Governatore on Strada Garibaldi at an outdoor cafe, O' Bistro in the piazza, when I decided to record this tr…
 
"If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine, it's lethal" - Paul Coelho Ciao from Italy. I am on the Grand Canal recording this to share with you. It is an off the cuff, on the wing travel share. I will add in some show notes later as I am off for my morning cappuccino and a cornetto. A Presto Michelle xo Shownotes are up live with a little p…
 
Reporter Adelaine Ng speaks with the CEO of Talk2Media, organisers of the successful AIME 2022 held in Melbourne and the first business event to feature international attendees after Australia's international borders reopened.저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
It’s anchors aweigh as the Australian Government’s cruise ban finally lifts on April 17 after a two-year suspension following the worldwide pandemic. One of the first cruise ships to return to service in local waters will be Pacific Explorer, the flagship of P&O Cruises Australia, which sails into Sydney Harbour after many months off the coast of C…
 
Graeme and Rita chat about a glamorous soiree she attended at Hotel InterContinental Sorrento and the contrast half a world away where man's inhumanity to man, woman and child is on full display.저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
And Graeme also speaks with his boss, the Editor of micenet magazine, which covers the business events market across the region. Bronwen Largier talks about the response from attendees many of whom may not have seen each othetr in almost two years until this gathering at AIME in Melbourne저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Peter King And Melissa Sweetland Of Melbourne Conventi0n And Exhibition Centre At AIME -Graeme Kemlo by Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)저자 Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
You have no doubt come across the terms Cancel Culture and The Great Resignation – both social phenomena that are said to threaten the employee/employer relationship post COVID. Reporter Adelaine Ng decided to see if this really was “a thing” and she spoke to Workplace consultant, speaker and author, Rachel Service to get some answers.To hear the f…
 
Russian born, Jew Michael Elgort, subtitled in English one of Vladimir Putin’s speeches recently that garnered over 8.3 million views. His aim? To demonstrate what he calls "Putin’s facism". Michael, a lawyer, lived in Eastern Ukraine until the Crimean annexation when he moved to Israel and later to Ukraine,. But he still has family in Odessa, and …
 
Our Sydney correspondent Bridgett Leslie spoke to her Ukrainian contact, journalist Maria Pysarenko on Day 21 of the Russian invasion. Maria was under curfew at home. In a twist to the story , Maria says some Russians had apparently stolen Ukrainian Police cars and Ambulances in which to infiltrate Kyiv. so legitimate emergency officials were now w…
 
In this hour we also have a story about success born of the infamous Melbourne pandemic lockdown. In this case co-host Belinda Jackson teamed up with her next door neighbour, Jude van Daalen who happens to be a photographer and they produced a book that chronicles life locked down in the suburbs,. It is titled, very appropriately, Together Apart. M…
 
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