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Kate Thomas on Huffpo Live

viagra prezzo al pubblico Yesterday, I appeared on The Huffington Post’s live-streaming news network, Huffpost Live! On the show, I got to share with viewers a new trend in travel – an easy way of booking experiences that instantly transforms a tourist into a traveler. It is called kitchen hopping. Here’s the full video… For my full tips video about booking hyper-local travel experiences using the person-to-person economy, click here. If you are not yet subscribed to my newsletter, you can sign up below and in the upper right corner of this page.…

How to Get a Hyper-Local Travel Experience (VIDEO)

enter If I am on a trip and I don’t get the opportunity to connect with locals, learn from them and escape the tourist infrastructure of my destination, I AM NOT A HAPPY TRAVELER. Resort travel and beach-bum travel have their place, for sure. But even on those kinds of trips, I’m always scouting out what’s under the surface. Call it an insatiable curiosity. And I often hear from my viewers and my friends that they, too, would like to travel like me but they are not as outgoing, or that they just don’t know how to do it. So in this video find tools to make my kind of travel work for you. The tips I give are kind of…

Learning a Posh London Accent (VIDEO)

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=comprare-vardenafil-in-farmacia-pagamento-online I’m in London right now. And as I walk through the streets I can’t help but to mimic the accents I hear. But the honest truth is that I’m not so good at it! In an attempt to get a London accent right, I took a lesson from a dialect coach. Watch the video. Follow along. And try to get it too!! Here’s the script in case it will help: Excuse Me. Can I ask you something? I’m looking for a great restaurant nearby. Something inexpensive but delicious. A real local find. In this video, I feature another conversation I had with Sarah where she explains how there isn’t just one English accent but rather quite a few — LIKE…

Fishing in Tunisia, Part 1 (VIDEO)

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=farmacia-online-viagra-generico-100-mg-a-Bologna For Fishing in Tunisia, Part 2 click here! I am so excited to share this video with you. It will transport you across the globe to an island off the coast of Tunisia, where I got to go fishing with a group of local fishermen. It is an experience I’ll never forget. It all started, years ago when I studied in Paris and fell in with a bunch of Parisian friends. The ethnic make-up of the group was quite varied. And some of them were second generation Parisians with parents from North Africa — the majority of which came from Tunisia. Meeting them seven years ago, I started to learn about Tunisia for the first time that its cuisine sounded…

Fishing in Tunisia, Part 2 (VIDEO)

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=dove-comprare-viagra-generico-100-mg-pagamento-online-a-Firenze This is Part Two of my video series featuring a fishing trip in Tunisia. In this installment, you’ll get an understanding of the traditional fishing techniques employed by Walid’s uncles, you’ll watch me getting into the water to earn my keep, and more. PHOTO CREDIT: In the Travel with Kate opening sequence, the image behind Kate eating sushi (not of Kate) is by photographer Trey Ratcliff of http://www.stuckincustoms.com/…

Traveling for a Hobby

follow site Ever wish you could really immerse yourself in local culture while traveling or have an adventure that gets you far beyond the touristy sides of town? One way is to align your travel plans with events and festivals – especially ones that cater to your interests and hobbies. This is a surefire tactic to catch a glimpse of authentic, real life in another place, participate in it and make new friends along the way. Here are some examples:  Are you a music lover? If your favorite band is playing in Amsterdam, Sardinia, or Buenos Aires, that’s the time to plan a trip. You’ll be rocking out with locals in a positive atmosphere where you’ll likely find it easy to make…