With a One-Way Ticket, Where Would You Go?

Looking for inspiration on where to travel next? Are you willing to let your mind wonder to places you never thought of?
Our avid traveler, podcast host Steven Shalowitz, explores with his guests where they'd go if given a one way ticket (no coming back!).
Destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or state of mind. You'll be surprised!
EP 224: "Somebody Feed Phil" Host/Creator - Phil Rosenthal
Phil Rosenthal is the creator and host of “Somebody Feed Phil,” an unscripted documentary series on Netflix, which combines his love of food and travel with his unique brand of humor. Rosenthal was born in Queens, New York and moved with his...
On this episode, Phil Rosenthal shares his one way ticket to Italy! He also talks about the making of “Everybody Loves Raymond”, shares his adventures on “Somebody Feed Phil”, and reflects on his love affair with Central Park in New York...and more!
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EP 223: Inkaterra Founder & CEO - José Koechlin von Stein
José Koechlin von Stein established Inkaterra in 1975, pioneering ecotourism and sustainable development in Peru. Aiming to underscore natural and cultural values, Inkaterra works under a holistic approach. Scientific research is produced as a basis...
On this episode, Mr. Koechlin shares his one way ticket to Machu Picchu! He also talks about the fabulous bio diversity in Peru, his award-winning chain of Inkaterra hotels, and even this famed American literary figure who went fishing in Cabo Blanco.
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EP 222: Dana Cowin - Former "Food & Wine" Editor-in-Chief & Current Host of "Speaking Broadly"
Dana Cowin, best known for her two decades as the Editor-in-Chief of "Food & Wine", is a tastemaker, talent scout, consultant, author, lecturer and radio show host. During her tenure at the award-winning magazine (1995-2016), she oversaw every...
On this episode, "Speaking Broadly" Host & Former "Food & Wine" Editor-in-Chief, Dana Cowin, shares her one way ticket to New Zealand! She also reflects on her most memorable culinary experiences, the connection between food and memory, and what a drop of port from the 18th century tastes like.
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