Okay, just in case anyone wasn’t sure, I’m not single and haven’t been for a long time nor do I have any intentions of becoming single.
But because knowing how to travel well for less can also apply to single girls (and single guys) Nanci Jo, the host of A Single Girl’s Guide to Food, Drink, and Travel, asked if I’d be on the show and share some tricks on how to save money while traveling.
1 week in Sydney for less than $200 (First Class flights, 5 star hotels, meals, transportation, and activities)
The first segment features Chef Tanya Holland, from Brown Sugar Kitchen in Oakland. Her soul food Passover dinner is featured in Sunset Magazine’s April issue.
I had a cold when this was taped so my voice is a bit unrecognizable. My segment starts at 8:16.
Nanci Jo always has great guests so if you enjoy food and travel be sure to check out her radio show.
I’d love to hear your thoughts and if you enjoyed the show.
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