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Radio Guest List–Phulay Bay-Ritz-Carlton Reserve-December 31, 2011

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Where do the locals like to eat in the resort town of Krabi, Thailand? What entices international travelers to make this place their home? And why is this part of Thailand such a coveted wedding destination?

Plus, learn the secrets of airfares, and find out the latest relief efforts from Operation USA when Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from Phulay Bay – Ritz-Carlton Reserve in Krabi, Thailand. Click here to find your local station or listen the show here.

Talk to Peter! Call in with your travel questions and more at 1-888-88-PETER (1-888-887-3837) or email peter@petergreenberg.com. (Write “ASK PETER” in the subject line.)

Featured Guest List:

George Hobica, founder of AirfareWatchdog.com, explains everything you need to know about buying airline tickets in 2012.

Gaetan Biesuz, executive chef at Phulay Bay-Ritz-Carlton Reserve, explains what brought him from Lyon to Krabi and he shares where–and what–the locals like to eat.

Cyrill Onossian, a French/Armenian expatriate, tells the story of what brought him to Krabi…and what makes him stay.

Richard Walden, CEO of Operation USA, updates Peter on the organization’s latest relief efforts in southeast Asia and other parts of the world.

Anne Lisa, Norwegian ex-pat and local wedding planner, reveals what makes Krabi such a unique wedding destination and shares some of the intricacies of a traditional Thai wedding ceremony.

Malene Jansen, dive master and CEO of Kon-Tiki Thailand Diving & Snorkeling Center, paints a picture of the rich marine life in the waters around Krabi.

Chris Dixon, author of Ghost Wave: The Discovery of Cortes Bank and the Biggest Wave on Earth, speaks about the world of big-wave surfing and the discovery of one of the most legendary waves on the planet.

Plus, Peter answers your travel questions and much, much more!

Feature image credit: Flickr Creative Commons user ssedro

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