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Santa Fe, New Mexico
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On this edition, Ian and Tonya take you to the oldest capital city in North America and the oldest European community west of the Mississippi: Its Santa Fe, New Mexico, and theyll tell you all about this gem of Americas Southwest. Then well go adventure traveling with Don Mankin, author of Riding the Hulahula to the Artic Ocean.
Episode Segments:
The History of Santa Fe
Steve Lewis from Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau joins Ian and Tonya to talk about some of the things that makes Santa Fe so special, like its heritage, architecture and lavender fields.
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The Treasures of Santa Fe
Steve Lewis discusses some of the upcoming summer festivals in Santa Fe, Santa Fes rich art heritage, the local cuisine, and the railway project, which will transform their downtown.
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Author Don Mankin
Ian and Tonya welcome Futurist and Author Don Mankin, who discusses his new book Riding the Hulahula to the Artic Ocean. Don talks about why adventure travel is so important, and shares some tales from his own travel adventures.
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Author Don Mankin Part Two
Don gives his perspectives on Voluntourism and sustainable travel, and has some Advice for the novice traveler looking to take some of the trips he talks about in his book.
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Riding The Hulahula To The Arctic Ocean
Riding the Hulahula to the Arctic Ocean offers dozens of travel options with the mature traveler in mind. Both an inspiring collection of experiences and a practical how-to guide, the book details 50 of the world’s best adventures, as selected in a survey by the Adventure Trade Travel Association for people over 40.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Don Mankin
Don Mankin is a futurist, psychologist, and business consultant who has written about issues on aging and business. After earning a B.S. in electrical engineering from Drexel University and a Ph.D. in psychology from The Johns Hopkins University, Don worked for 35 years as a psychology professor and dean at various universities throughout the US, as well as consulting for many organizations, large and small. During this time he started exploring the far reaches of the planet. His adventures have taken him to Africa, Asia, Antarctica, North and South America, Europe and almost everywhere in between. Several of his trips are described in his new book, Riding the Hulahula to the Arctic Ocean: A Guide to 50 Extraordinary Adventures for the Seasoned Traveler. His other books include Toward a Post-Industrial Psychology: Emerging Perspectives on Technology, Work, Education and Leisure, and Business Without Boundaries: An Action Framework for Collaborating Across Time, Distance, Organization and Culture. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.

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