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Destination: Churchill, Manitoba to see polar bears

Churchill Manitoba to see polar bears Churchill Manitoba and polar bears is all about conservation and sustainability. It is vital to saving wildlife and preserving communities. I take a look at one company doing great things around the globe to ensure wildlife, culture, communities and economies are conserved and sustained. Natural Habitat Adventures is making …

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Destination: Travel 2023 – Trends, Destinations and Tips

Travel 2023 – Trends, Destinations and Tips Travel 2023 trends, destinations, and tips will help us get started planning and preparing for travel in the new year. This year we will see travel grow and return to pre-COVID numbers, and travelers will feel more comfortable planning trips further from home. In response to the demand …

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Destination: Travel 2022 A Year In Review

Travel 2022 A Year In Review Travel 2022 – A year in review. It’s been a wonderful year of travel to amazing places, meeting phenomenal people, experiencing various cultures and enjoying delicious cuisine. After years of travel ceasing and slowing down, it was like a breath of fresh air to be back out and about …

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Destination: Atlanta Things To See And Do

  Atlanta Things to see and do Atlanta- so many things to see and do – it’s my hometown, and I enjoy sharing it with everyone. I love my southern roots and am happy to call this area home.  I was born in Atlanta and lived there during my early childhood in the SW area …

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Destination: Roanoke Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains

Roanoke Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains Roanoke Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains is filled with everything that makes a destination become one of our favorites.  For the outdoor enthusiast it is America’s East Coast Mountain Biking Capital. With over 400 miles of trails for mountain biking, ranging from easy downhill rides to challenging cross country treks. Roanoke’s outdoor …

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Destination: Human Rights Museums – Two must see museums – The Children’s Museum Indianapolis and Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Destination: Human Rights Museums Two must see museums – The Children’s Museum Indianapolis and Canadian Museum for Human Rights Two Human Rights Museums that will enlighten travelers about civil and human rights through the years are waiting for you to visit. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Canada, is built on the sacred, …

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Destination: Multigenerational and Senior Travel Tips

Multigenerational and Senior Travel Tips Our getaways are all about having fun, being comfortable, and, most of all, getting ready for things to do that are accessible and convenient for everyone to enjoy. Suppose you are traveling with someone in your family or an aging friend. In that case, you’ll want a few Multigenerational and …

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Destination: Ol’ School vs. New School Travel on Holland America Line Oct. 22

Ol’ School vs. New School Travel on  Holland America Cruise Line Ol’ School vs. New School Travel; it was time to put the debate to the test. Nichole and I set sail on Holland America’s new ship, the Nieuw Statendam. It’s the one where Oprah is the Godmother.  Nichole and I through the years have …

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Destination: Quarter Miles Travel – First Women of Virginia – Lowell Thomas Award Winning Podcast

Quarter Miles Travel First Women of Virginia Lowell Thomas Award Winning Podcast Quarter Miles Travel First Women of Virginia highlights the women who were Native American, African and European.  They were tenacious and strong. They are part of the foundation of our country. In this award winning podcast episode, their stories unfold and show how …

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Destination: Food Maps Part 2- Where did our food originate – Sept. 10

Food Maps – Where did our food originate Food Maps – where did our favorite foods originate? Have you asked this question? Well many of Travel With Annita’s listeners not only asked but also wrote to us wanting Doc Bill to say more. We asked him to come back and share more about some of …

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  2. I listen to WDUN every morning on my way to work. I am trying to remember the place you have talked about more than once where you can stay in “The Bird Houses” . Where is that?

    • Hello Shelley,
      First thank you for listening to WDUN and the morning show. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Bill Maine.

      The Birdhouses are located on Sapelo Island, a barrier island off the coast of Georgia. For more information and how to book a stay, visit http://www.sapeloislandbirdhouses.com

      You can also visit the Facebook page – Sapelo Island Birdhouses

      Thank you
      Annita

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