On Saturday, June 26, Peter will broadcasts his radio show from Kona Village Resort in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
Call in with your travel questions at 1-888-88-PETER (1-888-887-3837) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Write “ASK PETER” in the subject line.) Featured guests include:
Scott McCartney, travel editor for The Wall Street Journal, sharing his insight on what the recent pilot strike will cost Spirit Airlines and other breaking travel news;
Sean O’Neill, blog editor for BudgetTravel.com, revealing why some flights cancel in bad weather while others take to the skies;
Lani Opunui, cultural historian & author, sharing the history of this special resort that sits on an old fishing village;
Chef Mark Tsuchiyama of Kona Village Resort, on how Big Island cuisine has evolved over the years and what inspires him about fresh, local ingredients;
Jane Engle, assistant travel editor for the Los Angeles Times, talking about the latest travel news, from South Africa’s high-speed trains to tourism troubles in Mexico;
Bob Cooper, owner of The Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory, sharing the delicious story of Hawaii’s newest crop: chocolate;
Charles Veley, the most-traveled man in the world and founder of MostTraveledPeople.com, telling his stories of traveling on the Big Island and beyond;
Rob Pacheco, owner & president of Hawaii Forest & Trail, explaining why Kona is such a unique location for eco-tourism, from volcano hikes to rainforest trekking, and more;
Joe Sharkey, columnist for The New York Times, on the aftermath of the Spirit Airlines pilot strike, how business travel is rebounding, and more;
Robert “Bubba” Rutledge, veteran Kona Village beach boy, on water adventures for visitors of all skill levels, from bamboo pole fishing to the latest craze, stand-up paddleboarding.
For previous shows, visit our Radio Archives.
Learn more about the destination in our Hawaii Travel section.