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As we celebrated the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day this week, a lot of thought-provoking questions and topics have been circulating. We couldn’t think of anyone better to help make sense of the current and future state of our planet, than Environmental Consultant, Gunnar Oberhoesel. Thank you Gunnar for the refreshing take on where our planet is heading and for reminding us that change takes time, so we might as well enjoy the journey!

Morocco is a gateway to Africa, offering a diversity of landscapes with unique splendors from the ancient city Medinas, epic mountain ranges, sweeping deserts, Historic buildings, Blooming botanical Gardens, Museums, and spicy warm hospitality from locals in the street markets. Morocco’s attractions offer an eye-opening taste of the exotic, with the traditional life of both Arab and Berber population making the country identity strong.

‘Food’ and ‘Wine’ – two of our favorite words. And if you’re anything like us, you’re going to love today’s Q&A! We’re doing things slightly differently and featuring not just one mastermind, but two, very talented professionals who share our passion for food and wine. Meet the Wine Fairy, Katie Barratt, and Private Chef, Preeti Bardolia, who will be sharing their perspective on the Covid-19 situation and beyond. Some call this insider information.

We are travelers, NOT tourists. Traveling is part of our lives, and we know you miss it as much as we do! In the longer term, we will never stop being curious, and wanting to see and learn more about the beautiful world that surrounds us. Even in the most challenging times, some things…never change! In today’s Q&A, we feature our very own Mikael Audebert, CEO and Founder of Art in Voyage.

From the impact of COVID-19 on the food and restaurant industry to the changing relationship with food many of us are currently dealing with, Chef Kevin Fonzo sheds light on all things food in today’s Q&A. Former owner of the famous “K” restaurant, Chef Fonzo has cooked numerous times at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City, he’s been added to the “Orlando’s Dining Hall of Fame”, and now heads his very own NPO, “The Kevin Fonzo Foundation”.

A group of countries and dependencies in the Western hemisphere is often referred to as “Latin America”. Its joyful mellowness, its brightly colored cities, and the sheer beauty of its wide-open spaces are the main attractions of this post-colonial continent. It is Latin because of the most predominant spoken languages are Spanish, French, and Portuguese. Here, we will uncover the deliciousness of the following countries in Latin America, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, etc...

We are thrilled to be featuring the lovely Crystal Hochman in today’s Q&A! Crystal is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, Certified Holistic Health Coach, and a Certified Yoga Instructor. On top of that impressive collection of titles, Crystal is also an Art in Voyage Journey Host. Discover how ways of wellness, yoga and meditation can aid the stresses resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. We all need a space to heal in these trying times.

Discover terraced vines and spindly olive trees form a patchwork quilt over gently rolling hills, which are themselves covered by a maze of powdery dirt roads. Follow one of these bumpy paths far enough and you’ll find an olive oil mill, a farm-to-table restaurant and a hilltop winery. In fact, if you squint a bit, this place could pass for the famed Italian wine region of Tuscany – that is, if you can overlook the wild capybaras.

Exploring the underrated splendors of Kolkata, including some of the busiest streets located in East India, is making sure you understand and pay homage to its grand colonial architecture, art galleries, history and countless cultural festivals. Formerly known as Calcutta, It is called the “CITY OF JOY” because of the food, festivals and hospitality that can never leave you disheartened. Kolkata was India’s first truly cosmopolitan city and it remains a living encyclopedia of lost worlds.

Our previous guest feature with Dr. Grieper and Melinda Grieper gave us a solid understanding of the current pandemic and what’s happening on the frontlines of it all. We now turn to Doctor of Pharmacy, Dr. Elvira Wright from Wright Aesthetics, to shed light on immunity and practical ways for us to keep our immunity strong during this time. We hope you enjoy the additional pearls of wisdom Dr. Wright shares along the way.

While our lives are currently being affected in so many ways, it's the perfect time to turn to those who have valuable and positive insights to share with us. At Art in Voyage, we're fortunate to have a list of incredible past guests who we will be featuring over the next few weeks! Health, fitness and wellness, financial, cooking, and travel are the topics we will be shedding light on.

As part of our guest features series, we bring you the facts and insights from Dr. Grieper and Melinda Grieper who are on the frontlines in Central Florida hospitals, leading teams caring for COVID -19 patients. With the increasing amount of ‘fake news’ and misinformation circulated on social media, it’s of great value hearing directly from the experts themselves. We thank Dr. Grieper and Melinda Grieper for taking time out of their extremely busy schedules to share this with us!

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