Travel Expert Stephanie Abrams Broadcasts Her Business Talk Radio Network Nationally Syndicated Show from SuperClubs Breezes Curacao.

Abrams' Program Schedule for 2003 includes live broadcasts from
Five Continents

Curacao, Dutch West Indies(December 17,2002): While snow, cold and heavy rains dominated US weather reports, this week's edition of "Travel With Stephanie Abrams!" on the Business Talk Radio Network hosted by travel expert Stephanie Abrams and her on-air 'travel companion' Dave Isby, gave the weather report as,"yet another 86 degree sunny day with balmy breezes!" That's because the nationally syndicated weekly radio show broadcast live on Sunday, December 15, from Curacao, Dutch West Indies.

"Curacao is one of those great destinations where you meet people from Europe because of its Dutch heritage and from South America because of its proximity to Venezuela. It's a cosmopolitan island with great food, friendly inhabitants, duty-free shopping, wonderful attractions, terrific night life, and great resorts on beautiful beaches! And you can count on great weather because Curacao is outside of the hurricane belt," Abrams explains.

Part of the ABC Islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao, the island boasts the Seaquarium where individuals and school groups study marine life in specially designed classrooms with dramatic views of the Caribbean and learn from first hand experiences including scuba dives and snorkling.

The Seaquarium offers Dolphin Encounters where young children interact with dolphins in shallow water as well as Dolphin Swims. "Equipped with my life jacket to keep me afloat, I took the plunge into fifteen feet of water in the natural sea corral and swam with three dolphins. There is no way to describe how lovely it is to pet the rubbery skin of a dolphin or to be transported through the water by holding the dorsal fins of Annie and Theresa, two wonderful dolphins who live at the Seaquarium" Abrams explains. "Getting kissed by a dolphin can only be described as a moment of sheer joy!"

Abrams broadcast her show live from SuperClubs Breezes Curacao which is a short walk from the Seaquarium. Her guests included Dr. James Hepple, Curacao's Director of Tourism, Richard Bourke, General Manager of the SuperInclusive Breezes Resort, Mark De Hoo, PR Director for the Seaquarium, and Alan Cass, a regular listener to "Travel With Stephanie Abrams!" who teaches 6th grade at a Westchester County, NY school. Cass has a special interest in Curacao and includes a book called, "The Cay," in his curriculum in which a war correspondent tells of his experiences in Curacao during World War II. Cass won a stay at Breezes Curacao by being a lucky caller from his cell phone to Abrams' show in August when he was driving in the Baltimore area and listening on his car radio to WBIS AM 1190. Cass plans to take his prize trip in Spring 2003.

A lucky listener from Egan, Minnesota, Bryan Aune, who was listening to Abrams show on KCCC AM 950 ,won a 6day/5 night stay at Breezes Curacao on this week's show.

"Breezes Curacao offers the perfect blend of comfortable, spacious and well-appointed accommodations, fabulous views of the sea everywhere you look, dining options that include an outdoor seaside Japanese restaurant in a uniquely Japanese setting complete with Zen garden, a fabulous pool and beach area, and unique features such as Giant Chess, a climbing wall, circus trapeze, skating rink, and ,for the big kids, one of the biggest casinos on the island. Cuacao is one of those MUST VISIT destination, " Abrams notes.

Plans for Abrams' 2003 radio programming include remote broadcasts from Europe, Asia, South America, North Africa, selected Caribbean destinations and updates on US areas of interest to travelers. Abrams plans call for the continuation of, "Stephanie Abrams Power Fams," started this year in which Abrams selects elite travel professionals who influence travel buying and, with the assistance of foreign government tourism boards, airlines and hoteliers, creates unique itineraries to introduce sophisticated travel professionals to what Abrams refers to as "The Best Kept Secrets in Travel." Plans for 2003 include Mexico, Poland, Northern Ireland, the UK and western France.

Past radio programs are archived at Abrams award-winning website at www.sabrams.com. Her radio program can be heard on affiliated radio stations nationwide on Sundays when it is 7pm EST. The program can also be heard live on the internet at Abrams award-winning site at www.sabrams.com and at www.businesstalkradio.net.

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