JS 46: Comparing Billions of Cheap Flights & Hotels with Martin Lumbye of Momondo A Global Travel Search Engine

October 15th, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 46: Comparing Billions of Cheap Flights & Hotels with Martin Lumbye of Momondo A Global Travel Search Engine

There is a saturation of travel search engines these days that will do everything from find a cheap flight to offering tips and advice on best hotels, restaurants and sights to visit.  So how does one stand out from the rest?  On this episode, Jason Hartman talks with one of Momondo’s partners, Martin Lumbye. Launched in […]

JS 42: Travel & Security with Robert Landori NY Times Best Selling Author of ‘Havana Harvest’ & ‘Mayhem on the Danube’

August 17th, 2012 by Jason | 1 Comment »

A discussion about how the international travel is being adversely impacted by the global threat of terrorism. Robert feels the terrorism threat is very real, describing it as an easy way to have your way when you can’t have your way democratically. Robert advises people to travel light because of the long security lines in […]

JS 35: Offshore Banking & Investing in the Cayman Islands with Josh VanDyk Investment Adviser

March 21st, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 35: Offshore Banking & Investing in the Cayman Islands with Josh VanDyk Investment Adviser

Join Jason Hartman as he interviews Josh VanDyk, investment adviser located in the Cayman Islands, about life in the Cayman Islands, where there are nearly 600 banks and trust companies, including 43 of the world’s 50 largest banks. Jason and Josh discuss the scrutiny by the U.S. government, the reasons people wish to invest offshore, […]

Iceland's volcano – it's what they do

April 24th, 2010 by The JetSetter Team | Comments Off on Iceland's volcano – it's what they do
international travel

While Iceland's land of extreme geography might be your idea of a great place to spend a week or a lifetime, it's difficult to get there right now, thanks to the recent Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption that spewed ash for hundreds of miles and seriously hindered global airline travel. The media was aghast. The nerve of […]