Mykonos, Greece In A Day

What do you do when you have a port stop in Mykonos for a day? Rent an ATV and go explore the island! The Traveling Wizard, aka Bill Wiatrak, visits this beautiful Ionian Isle and visits windmills, beaches, Mykonos town and a bakery.

Harry Potter Studios- London, England

Are you a Harry Potter fan? Located north of London is Harry Potter Studios, a Warner Brothers attraction featuring the sets, costumes, and props used to create one of the most popular film franchises in the world. Follow me as we walk through the highlights of the sights and sounds of the Harry Potter movies.

The Road to Hana- Maui

Maui is beautiful. The Road to Hana is not only the one road that circles the island, but it’s Mauis most famous drive. Some drivers love it and others, not so much. Follow me as I show you the highlights. Special thanks to Lahaina Shores Beach Resort for an amazing stay.

A Day in Lagos ,Nigeria

Nigeria might not be the first place on your list of travel destinations, but there’s great art, warm people and you can still find natural wonders just outside the cities. Follow the Traveling Wizard (Bill Wiatrak) as we explore a few places and sample some Nigerian food.

Foreign Publications And Mentions

I thought it might be useful to keep track of publications I run across that have mentioned my stories, videos or have reposted my content. Here’s some current sources.

Bermuda’s Bernews

Southern Travelers Explore Thomasville Conference

Taos Properties

Arabic Pages

906 Rewards Club

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Recommended Travel Reading

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Traveling and Pandemics

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