Travelosophy #11 – Travel To The North Pole Next Christmas

Add a Destination Christmas to your traditions for a more relaxing day and to bring back the magic.

Next Christmas, travel to the North Pole to Visit Santa Claus! In this episode you’ll hear about my first white Christmas in Rovaniemi, Finland, visiting Santa (above the Arctic Circle which is the same as the North Pole to a child). Along with a Christmas on a cruise ship, and a magical Christmas in New York, which is exactly as you’ve seen in every Christmas movie. A destination Christmas is far more relaxing plus you can give experience gifts like jet boating in New Zealand, a broadway musical in New York, or a snorkeling tour if you’re on a cruise. Thus ensuring your Christmas has lasting memories. With limited luggage on flights, it also means your Christmas will become less about the gifts, and more about spending time together.
Make it part of your new Christmas traditions.

Get 25% off all prints and canvas art from www.jadejackson.com.au/shop
with promo code: 091806
Get 25% all digital downloads from www.jadejackson.com.au/shop
with promo code: NYCXMAS

Further to this podcast episode, I’ve written an article featuring, Alternative Christmas Traditions to add to your family repertoire; some of which cost nothing.

If you’re stuck for Christmas gift ideas and only have a budget of $5, then here’s your shopping list; Christmas gifts for under $5.

You can find info visiting Santa in Rovaniemi (Finland) here. If you’re interested in, A New York Christmas, then read my Christmas in New York article. If you head to New York, Cheap Broadway Theatre Tickets, make a great Christmas gift. I’ve also compared all the New York attraction passes, which also make easy gifts. If you head to New Zealand for Christmas, then you must check out Cape Palliser, it’s my favourite place.

Thank you so much for listening to Travelosphy. It gets lonely being a podcaster so please say Hi!

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💵 If love my podcasts, and want to show your support, whilst receiving awesome exclusive content, then head to Patreon. Here you can easily receive access to MP3 recordings of my poetry, including a special Christmas carol I wrote, as mentioned in this podcast episode, plus bonus podcast episodes, Digital downloads and more! This helps to cover operating costs, and ensures both my podcasts can stay on the air. Thanks in advance!

Click here and be notified first of new podcast episodes (among other exciting news). That way you get to enjoy it whilst it’s shiny and new, before it’s crinkled and coffee-stained. You’ll be sent a confirmation email first, and you can unsubscribe at anytime. 

I also write intriguing stuff. Find my articles in the following places:

🦈 Personal think-pieces: www.medium.com/jadejackson

🦈 Stuff to do and reviews: https://www.weekendnotes.com/profile/696984/

🦈 Travel articles: https://jadejackson.com.au/writing/travel-articles/

 I wrote a play and you can buy the e-book from:

📘 My website: https://jadejackson.com.au/product/compass/

📘 Apple Books, Google Play and Amazon Kindle

I’m also a photographer. You can buy prints of my travel photos, or send a free e-card at:

📷 Online Shop: https://www.jadejackson.com.au/shop

📷  Alternatively, book me as your photographer

Don’t forget to tell your friends about my podcasts, leave a review on Apple Podcasts (it’s really easy, scroll down and tap ‘write a review’) and most importantly subscribe so you don’t miss out on future episodes.

Thank you so much for listening to Travelosophy.

Next Christmas, travel to the North Pole to Visit Santa Claus! In this episode you’ll hear about my first white Christmas in Rovaniemi, Finland, visiting Santa (above the Arctic Circle which is the same as the North Pole to a child). Along with a Christmas on a cruise ship, and a magical Christmas in New York, which is exactly as you’ve seen in every Christmas movie. A destination Christmas is far more relaxing plus you can give experience gifts like jet boating in New Zealand, a broadway musical in New York, or a snorkeling tour if you’re on a cruise. Thus ensuring your Christmas has lasting memories. With limited luggage on flights, it also means your Christmas will become less about the gifts, and more about spending time together.
Make it part of your new Christmas traditions.

Get 25% off all prints and canvas art from www.jadejackson.com.au/shop
with promo code: 091806
Get 25% all digital downloads from www.jadejackson.com.au/shop
with promo code: NYCXMAS

Further to this podcast episode, I’ve written an article featuring, Alternative Christmas Traditions to add to your family repertoire; some of which cost nothing.

If you’re stuck for Christmas gift ideas and only have a budget of $5, then here’s your shopping list; Christmas gifts for under $5.

You can find info visiting Santa in Rovaniemi (Finland) here. If you’re interested in, A New York Christmas, then read my Christmas in New York article. If you head to New York, Cheap Broadway Theatre Tickets, make a great Christmas gift. I’ve also compared all the New York attraction passes, which also make easy gifts. If you head to New Zealand for Christmas, then you must check out Cape Palliser, it’s my favourite place.

Thank you so much for listening to Travelosphy. It gets lonely being a podcaster so please say Hi!

You can find me on:

☁️ Web: www.jadejackson.com.au/contact

☁️ Email: hello@jadejackson.com.au

☁️ Patreon: www.patreon.com/jadejackson

☁️ Twitter: www.twitter.com/jadekinsjackson

☁️ Facebook: www.facebook.com/travelosophypodcast

☁️ Instagram: www.Instagram.com/jadekinsjackson

☁️ Reddit: www.reddit.com/u/jadekinsjackson

☁️ WeChat: wxid_rnzx6ph8k9or12

☁️ Line: jadekinsjackson

I produce two podcasts, subscribe to both

🎙 Subscribe to Travelosophy here: https://jadejackson.com.au/subscribe-to-podcast/

🎙 Subscribe to Jade Talks Stuff here: https://jadejackson.com.au/subscribe-to-jade-talks-stuff-podcast/

💵 If love my podcasts, and want to show your support, whilst receiving awesome exclusive content, then head to Patreon. Here you can easily receive access to MP3 recordings of my poetry, including a special Christmas carol I wrote, as mentioned in this podcast episode, plus bonus podcast episodes, Digital downloads and more! This helps to cover operating costs, and ensures both my podcasts can stay on the air. Thanks in advance!

Click here and be notified first of new podcast episodes (among other exciting news). That way you get to enjoy it whilst it’s shiny and new, before it’s crinkled and coffee-stained. You’ll be sent a confirmation email first, and you can unsubscribe at anytime. 

I also write intriguing stuff. Find my articles in the following places:

🦈 Personal think-pieces: www.medium.com/jadejackson

🦈 Stuff to do and reviews: https://www.weekendnotes.com/profile/696984/

🦈 Travel articles: https://jadejackson.com.au/writing/travel-articles/

 I wrote a play and you can buy the e-book from:

📘 My website: https://jadejackson.com.au/product/compass/

📘 Apple Books, Google Play and Amazon Kindle

I’m also a photographer. You can buy prints of my travel photos, or send a free e-card at:

📷 Online Shop: https://www.jadejackson.com.au/shop

📷  Alternatively, book me as your photographer

Don’t forget to tell your friends about my podcasts, leave a review on Apple Podcasts (it’s really easy, scroll down and tap ‘write a review’) and most importantly subscribe so you don’t miss out on future episodes.

Thank you so much for listening to Travelosophy.

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