Peter is broadcasting his radio show this weekend from the Terranea Resort in Palos Verdes, California.
Featured guests include:
Wall Street Journal travel editor Scott McCartney, weighing in on airline bankruptcies and the passenger bill of rights legislation.
Pepperdine University biology professor Karen Martin, talking about how to view marine life without disrupting it.
Musician Dave Carroll, discussing “United Breaks Guitars,” his airline revenge song which became an Internet sensation.
Eric Arnold, deputy lifestyle editor of Forbes.com, updating us on Mexico, and why tourists should not worry about going there.
Ben Mutzabaugh, travel editor and columnist for USA Today, revealing the latest travel trends and breaking news of the week.
Journalist Kevin Cody of Peninsula People magazine, telling us what there is to see and do around the Palos Verdes peninsula.
Travel expert Johnny Jet of JohnnyJet.com, giving us his favorite travel Web sites, and offering his feedback on a few popular cruise ships.
Landscape architect Todd Majcher, discussing how he created the Terranea’s lanscaping without moving any earth, how long it took and why this might be his last project.
Lonely Planet’s Robert Reid, talking about President Obama’s vacation plans, and why he should definitely go now.
Larry Olmsted, author, writer and columnist for WorldGolf.com, telling us his five favorite courses, both in the U.S. and around the world.
Recent graduate Daniel Seddiqui, updating us on his quest to work 50 jobs in 50 states in 50 weeks.
Barbara Dye, local author, activist and conservationist, talking about the best hiking spots (and more) on the southern California coast.
For more on Palos Verdes, don’t miss the Ask the Locals Travel Guide: Palos Verdes, California.
Listen to the show online here: