Ready for spring travel inspiration? How about tips on how to take the best travel photographs on the road?
Peter shares advice on this and more as he broadcasts his radio show from The Emerald Grande at Harborwalk Village in Destin, Florida. Plus, he’ll check in with the locals to learn about the community’s rich fishing history, and how you can experience this beach getaway like a local.
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Joe Sharkey, columnist for The New York Times discusses the flaws in Priceline.com’s “name your own price” system.
Charles Morgan, owner and fisherman at Harbor Docks talks about the fishing industry’s influence on the restaurant business.
Gordy Megroz, contributor to Outside Magazine discusses some adventurous spring getaways and the gear you’ll want with you when you get there.
Captain Kelly Windes of Sunrise Charters talks about his experience in and the state of the fishing industry today as well as the annual Destin Fishing Rodeo.
Ed Hewit, features editor for Independent Traveler lists his top ten hardcore tips for frequent travelers.
Jean Melvin, Director of the History and Fishing Museum discusses the museum’s role in the community and some historical facts about the area.
Gabby Bruce, local radio DJ, talks about the filmmaking and music scene in Destin and some of the area’s hidden gems.
Tom Rice, Owner and Chef at Magnolia Grill, discusses running a small business, the history of his hometown restaurant and a little bit about photography in Destin.
David Shea, longtime resident and local photographer talks about the best beach views in Destin and how to use your camera or phone to take great vacation photos.