Program 270c: International Christmas Party
Release Date: 12-19-2015
Hear about holiday traditions in Wales, Hungary, Sicily, and Scotland, then learn about the unique ways people light up the season in Santa Fe — where the glow of luminarias and the scent of piñon wood fires leave a lasting impression. And listen in as we head much farther south to hear how scientists at a research station in Antarctica make merry. Also, listeners share some of their favorite Christmas memories from holiday travels.
- Martin deLewandowicz, tour guide based in Wales
- Travel writer Zora O’Neill, author of Moon New Mexico guidebooks
- Alfio di Mauro and Tommaso Pante, tour guides from Sicily
- Ken Hanley and Ann Doig, tour guides from Edinburgh, Scotland
- Etelka Perine Barecz and Levante Nagy, tour guides to Hungary
- Fen Montaigne, author of “Fraser’s Penguins” (Henry Holt)
- Zora O'Neill writes for the Moon Santa Fe-Taos-Albuquerque and Moon New Mexico guidebooks.
- Zora O'Neill blogs at her food website, "The Roving Gastronome."
- The United States Antarctic Program has live webcams showing the Palmer Research Station, and the penguins on Torgersen Island.
- Caller Melanie's family worked with a Utah-based agency, Choice Humanitarian, to spend a week on a service mission in Mexico.
- Information about the Würzburg and Rothenburg Christmas Market in Germany that caller Dale discusses visiting.