This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show heads to Mexico, and the brand new Hyatt Ziva Cancun. Joining Peter Greenberg will be Ximena Arellano, historian for the Mayan Museum, with a fascinating report on the Mayans and their sophisticated grasp of astronomy. Jayne McCallister, author of Mile High & Healthy, talks about her very specific regimen for road warriors. USA Today’s Rudy Garcia reports on post hurricane Cancun and the infrastructure improvements. Our regulars—Scott McCartney of The Wall Street Journal discusses the effects of terrorist attacks on tourism and travel rates and whether it is worth it to apply miles earned from credit cards on your next flight, and Roger Dow of USTA talks about the trend of taking vacation days to travel, the effect of travel on personal health and well being, and the best way to book travel plans from restaurants to air lines. Then, the Hyatt Ziva Cancun’s two stars—their own in-house brewmaster and the hotel’s tequila sommelier (140 different options)—talk about the history and the mythology of beer and tequila. There’s all of that and more in this week’s broadcast of the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show from the Hyatt Ziva Cancun in Cancun, Mexico.
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