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Nile Cruise: Aswan

Nile Cruise: Aswan

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The Nile flows among amber deserts and granite mountains to Aswan , a beautiful African city in a great setting. A short ride from Aswan is the beaut…moreThe Nile flows among amber deserts and granite mountains to Aswan , a beautiful African city in a great setting. A short ride from Aswan is the beautiful Philae Temple on the island of Agilika, dedicated to the goddess Isis. less

Nile Cruise: Temple of Komombo

Nile Cruise: Temple of Komombo

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Kom Ombo stands on a promontory at a bend in the Nile and is one of the most spectacular settings of any of Egypt's river temples. The temple was loc…moreKom Ombo stands on a promontory at a bend in the Nile and is one of the most spectacular settings of any of Egypt's river temples. The temple was located in the ancient city of Pa-Sebek, "the Domain of Sobek", who was the crocodile god. less

Nile Cruise:Temple of Edfu

Nile Cruise:Temple of Edfu

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From Esna the cruise on the Oberoi Philae heads south. Navigating the Esna locks takes a couple of hours though local salesmen conduct a brisk busine…moreFrom Esna the cruise on the Oberoi Philae heads south. Navigating the Esna locks takes a couple of hours though local salesmen conduct a brisk business throwing their ware up to the decks…. The ship sails to Edfu. It is the second largest temple in Egypt after Karnak and one of the best preserved. The temple, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, was built in the between 237 and 57 BCE. The temple of Edfu is the largest temple dedicated to Horus and Hathor of Dendera. less

Nile Cruise: Valley of the Kings

Nile Cruise: Valley of the Kings

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The West Bank is a quick boat ride across the Nile, Here a baloon ride gives an overview of the immense funerary valleys below. The Valley of the Kin…moreThe West Bank is a quick boat ride across the Nile, Here a baloon ride gives an overview of the immense funerary valleys below. The Valley of the Kings, is a vast City of the Dead where magnificent tombs were carved into the desert rocks, decorated richly, and filled with treasures for the . In the next valley rising out of the desert plain as if carved out of the limestone cliffs, is the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut ,Ancient Egypt’s only female Pharaoh. On the way back to the river Nile, the road passes by the famed Colossi of Memnon, the only survivors of a once imposing temple. less

Nile Cruise: Temples of Luxor and Karnak

Nile Cruise: Temples of Luxor and Karnak

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A beautiful sphinx way leads to the entrance of the temple of Luxor. Built by Ramses the Great it was dedicated to the god Amun. A couple of miles …moreA beautiful sphinx way leads to the entrance of the temple of Luxor. Built by Ramses the Great it was dedicated to the god Amun. A couple of miles north is the spectacular Temple of Karnak. Built over more than a thousand years by generations of Pharaohs Karnak is the largest religious complex in the world. The great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars, covering an area larger than the whole of Notre Dame Cathedral. less

St Vincent Adventure

St Vincent Adventure

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This segment as featured in Compulsive Traveler Adventure as seen on CBS Television St Vincent and the Grenadines are a group of about 30 islands …moreThis segment as featured in Compulsive Traveler Adventure as seen on CBS Television St Vincent and the Grenadines are a group of about 30 islands in the Southern Caribbean with primal forests, unspoiled palm fringed beaches and virgin reefs. St Vincent feels like it’s stuck in a time capsule, a gentler time with people who are genuinely friendly, and it’s a place for adventurous spirits of all kinds. You get here by small plane only. Tonight I’m going to Soca Monarch, the contest to select the songs to play during Carnival. Carnival is a month long celebration in July and Vincentians come out and party day and nite. Soca is an evolution of Calypso, but it’s more dancey, more energetic and makes you sweat. This song is called La Diablesse, the she-devil about a folk story from slavery days and is full of sexy theatrics. I’m too wiped out by the party last night. So a soft adventure with Sailor’s Wilderness Tours into archeology suits my energy level just fine today. St Vincent has a long history. Waves of settlers came in from South America: Ciboneys, Arawaks and Caribs right before Columbus. Here we have petroglyphs - pictures and stories carved on large stones, made by the first settlers probably 2000 ago. These monuments are very accessible. You can touch them, feel them, and even crawl on them. Adventure in archeology takes you back into ancient history. This is the god of rain. This stone is next to a river, so it probably begged the god for water. Please fill our river so we can have nice very large trouts for dinner. My energy level is up so Sailor and I will go cycling. Sailor owns the only bike shop in St. Vincent and he is the head of the St Vincent Olympic Team. We’ll start with a trip up the windward coast. The rolling hills are really a lot of work. We end up pedaling on a stretch along the Atlantic, complete with roaring waves and a magical landscape that makes all the huffing and puffing worth it. What a ride! We head back to the capital Kingstown. Cycling is the best way to explore this bustling colonial town. Here you have with buildings from the 18th century from the days when the English and the French were fighting over St Vincent’s sugar. On my cycling adventure I fall upon an unexpected architectural surprise, St. Mary’s church. This is a relaxing adventure with Fantasea Tours. With a small party we head down to the Tobago Cays, a group of 5 deserted islands in the Southern Grenadines. Our party is experiencing the gentle breezes, the gentle rum and the balmy air plus the finest powdery beaches, the consistency of confectioner’s sugar. St Vincent and the Grenadines is also one of the best places to have a sailing adventure. This 42-foot sloop sleeps six, has hot and cold showers, cell phones, depth sounder and even a barbecue. The islands are in a line from the north to the south but the prevailing wind from the east. Which means that you’re always sailing on a beam. You never really have to sail too hard upwind, or you’re not sailing too much downwind. You’re doing most of your stuff with the wind from the side which is a nice fast comfortable point to sail. Yes I can sail, with Philippe prompting me on every move. Plus I learned that you shouldn’t oversheet the main sail. Okay. I’m on the way to mastering the lingo. I’ll be back to get my license soon. Most Carnivals are in February but Vincentians are different. So Vinci Mas, St Vincent Carnival is in the heat of Summer. Vinci Mas means Vincentian Masquerade and is open to everyone. The Buccaneers won best costume band last year, so for a 100 dollars I get myself a Buccaneer costume and I’m in. Vinci Mas is a contest for the best costume band but it’s also an extreme adventure: I plunge in the midst of several thousand people right behind a truck stacked with speakers blasting the same 3 winning Soca songs for 10 hours straight under the blazing sun. The whole trip is hypnotic, deafening and a total workout. I drink 22 bottle of water and sweat it all out… The dictionary says adventure is a hazardous undertaking and also a stirring experience. I lost my hearing for 3 days, I nearly passed out from the heat and lost 3 pounds in a day. So what? It was an experience I’ll never, ever forget. less

Luxury Wine Tour of Croatia

Luxury Wine Tour of Croatia

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Zagreb is a bustling modern city with a thousand year history. The 20th century blends without effort with its great buildings and monuments from the…moreZagreb is a bustling modern city with a thousand year history. The 20th century blends without effort with its great buildings and monuments from the 17th 18th and 19th century. Samobor is where people from Zagreb come to relax. The town with its beautifully preserved medieval plan looks almost unreal. When here must try the famous aperitif called Bermet and its very special custard cake which the people of Samobor claim has no calories. 30 minutes from Zagreb is a small winery called Korak. The family has been in the wine business for centuries. The current winery has been producing superior wines for 20 years Rieslings and Sauvignons are exceptional. Opatje is a popular Summer and Winter resort on the Adriatic. The emperor of Austria loved this place. It was the Austrian nobility favorite spot in the 19th centuries and it shows. This place is all about indulging and pampering. Motuvun is an old medieval town on top of a hill is in the heart of Istria. Population 500 tradition lives on in Motuvun. In Li’vade there is an outstanding restaurant called Zigante, the cathedral of the Istrian truffle . The Chef prepares a pasta with black truffles, the Summer variety. A white truffle found by Zigante is in the Guinness Book of Records. And of course the store is all about …what else? Great food needs great olive oil. In Buje one can taste what has been a specialty of Istria for centuries: the many varieties of olive oil. In Brtonigla is Astarea one can taste traditional recipes of Istrian grandmothers prepared to perfection by loving traditional hands In the rich wine country of Umag, is another outstanding winery: Kabola with its awarded wines like Malvasia and Grey Pinot. Fusion spa in the hotel Melia has experts from Thailand and India practicing a range of sophisticated massages from Thai to Ayruvedic, to Tibetan Chi Nei Tsang massage In Umag another major winery: Coronica . The wines of Istria are shaped by the red soil rich in iron and the salty sea air. Coronica uses no fertilizers and focuses on its native grapes producing mostly Malvasia for whites and Teran red. Rovinj is a beautiful Adriatic town with a beautiful harbor and a charming an old town which owes its goods looks to the long presence of the Venetians. With a big influx of tourists from nearby Italy and northern Europe it has great hotels and restaurants Pula was an administrative center of Istria since Roman times and the roman arena still stands as a sign of old roman glory. And an old culinary traditions which shows in its great markets. Valsabbion is a sophisticated boutique hotel and a much awarded restaurant with very innovative cuisine both in content and presentation. Down toward the central region of Licka are the Plitvize lakes. Surrounded by 3 mountains feeding the lakes this world heritage site is a grand collection of amazing waterfalls and 16 lakes known for their unusual changing colors colors ranging from blue to aqua to turquoise Then through the ancient village of Mlinize with looks to have stepped out right out of the Middle Ages. Nearby in Kuterevo in the Licka region there is a shelter for bear cubs run by volunteers and worth a visit. The peninsual of Primosten is one of the most photogenic places on the Adriatic. This is also a rich wine country. Further south is Trogir a World Heritage site with great architecture and the feeling of having stepped right into the Renaissance. Split is another World heritage site with a very old history: it has an amazing old city built inside the huge palace built by on Roman Emperors’ Diocletian. Split is a lively city with large markets and great outdoor life Ston was a small town built to defend nearby Dubrovnik and its 5 kilometers wall it has the longest fortiefied walls in Europe. Ston is also the center of oyster growing in Dalmatia. Freshness does not come any closer. Korchula is another spectacular island settled since Neolithic time Its most famous citizen Marco Polo is supposed to have been born here. The Matusko winery is right outside Dubrovnik and it produces excellent full bodied reds like Dingac and Plavac. And then there is Dubrovnik . This is the city of all cities a fortress town a port a living museum the jewel of the Adriatic with great beaches history and a feel of having entered a magic place. less

The Mekong River in Phnom Penh

The Mekong River in Phnom Penh

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The Mekong is one of the world’s major rivers. It is the world's 10th-longest river and the 7th-longest in Asia. From the Tibetan Plateau this ri…moreThe Mekong is one of the world’s major rivers. It is the world's 10th-longest river and the 7th-longest in Asia. From the Tibetan Plateau this river runs through China's Yunnan province, Burma, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia. In Phnom Penh the Mekong river receives the Tonle Sap River. The seasonal cycle of changing water levels at Phnom Penh results in the unique “flow reversal” of water into and out of Tonle Sap River. Phnom Penh also marks the beginning of the delta system of the Mekong River. Rich in fishlife the Mekong provides a large amount of the proteins consumed by the Phnom Pen population. Water dwellers and small fishing boats ply the waters incessantly. In the villages along the river is a small cottage industry of Khmer silk weaving which is one of the oldest traditions in Cambodia. We visited one called Heng Naysim. less

Romance

Romance

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The Compulsive Traveler series aired on CBS Television on Sundays afternoon and scored #1 in the ratings for the time period faring higher than comp…moreThe Compulsive Traveler series aired on CBS Television on Sundays afternoon and scored #1 in the ratings for the time period faring higher than comparable programs on ABC, NBC and Fox Since love knows no boundaries he pursues romance all the way to the South Pacific. To French Polynesia, the fabled islands that caught the imagination and the heart of Melville, Paul Gauguin and now The Compulsive Traveler. Of course being pampered on the super-luxurious m/s Paul Gauguin opens the door to romance…. He follow s his heart to Oaxaca, Mexico where his New York friends Marissa and Emmanuel are to be married 3 ways: in a Zapotec, Miztec and Spanish ceremony. Talk about opening up exotic romantic possibilities. And the wedding guests get a taste of the ancient and fascinating Oaxaca culture. In order to find a date, he flies across the International Date Line all the way to exotic Fiji. Love must be somewhere in one of these 320 beautiful islands. And drinking plenty of kava with the locals makes all the girls look like stars. Grenada in the Caribbean is the spice island and the home of all the great aphrodisiacs from nutmeg to cinnamon to chocolate. So a stop there is a must to investigate among others the connection between girls and chocolate. Being dropped by helicopter on a glacier in the Canadian Rockies for a trek is not usually associated with romance. And yet the opportunity is always there as the story demonstrates. Hosted and narrated by Roberto Mitrotti less

The Best Family Vacation Ever!

The Best Family Vacation Ever!

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FamilyTravelForum.com shares tips and money-saving strategies for planning the best family vacation ever, while highlighting the benefits of cruising…moreFamilyTravelForum.com shares tips and money-saving strategies for planning the best family vacation ever, while highlighting the benefits of cruising (Carnival Cruises), ski resorts (Smugglers Notch), eco-adventures, camping, all-inclusive beach resorts (Club Med Punta Cana), pet travel (Kimpton Hotels), teen trips, and more family vacations for travelers with kids. less

The Seven Seas Mariner: A Regent ship

The Seven Seas Mariner: A Regent ship

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he Regent Seven Seas Mariner caters to only 700 guests and has the highest level of personal space and service with highly trained, international cr…morehe Regent Seven Seas Mariner caters to only 700 guests and has the highest level of personal space and service with highly trained, international crewmembers. Signatures is the only restaurant at sea that is run solely by the famous Parisian Chefs from Le Cordon Bleu, the most prestigious culinary authorities in the world. To add to Regent Seven Seas cruises 6 star tradition, they offer only the highest level of personal service with a staff to guest ratio of 1 to 1.6. Each of the 354 suites have a king size bed, walk-in closets, marbled bathrooms and private, teak balconies. The 100-seat Signatures is the first permanent restaurant-at-sea by Le Cordon Bleu and they offer exclusive Le Cordon Bleu Classe Culinaire des Croísières workshops to guests on select cruises. Filmed by the Compulsive Traveler team on a cruise from Anchorage, Alaska to Vancouver, BC. less

Cruising the Nile on the Oberoi Philae part 2

Cruising the Nile on the Oberoi Philae part 2

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From Essna the cruise on the Oberoi Philae heads south. Navigating the Esna locks takes a couple of hours though local salesmen conduct a brisk bus…moreFrom Essna the cruise on the Oberoi Philae heads south. Navigating the Esna locks takes a couple of hours though local salesmen conduct a brisk business throwing their ware up to the decks…. The ship sails to Edfu. It is the second largest temple in Egypt after Karnak and one of the best preserved. The temple, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, was built in the between 237 and 57 BCE. The temple of Edfu is the largest temple dedicated to Horus and Hathor of Dendera. Kom Ombo stands on a promontory at a bend in the Nile and is one of the most spectacular settings of any of Egypt's river temples. The temple was located in the ancient city of Pa-Sebek, "the Domain of Sobek", who was the crocodile god. The Nile flows among amber deserts and granite mountains to Aswan , a beautiful African city in a great setting. A short ride from Aswan is the beautiful Philae Temple on the island of Agilika, dedicated to the goddess Isis. The Oberoi Philae ranked 3rd in BEST SMALL SHIPS OF THE WORLD awarded by Conde' Nast Traveller, USA in 2009 http://www.oberoihotels.com/oberoi_philae less

Cruising the Nile on the Oberoi Philae part 1

Cruising the Nile on the Oberoi Philae part 1

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A nile cruise is a magical way to experience the 7000 year history of Egypt because the largest concentration of temples lies along the river Nile be…moreA nile cruise is a magical way to experience the 7000 year history of Egypt because the largest concentration of temples lies along the river Nile between Luxor and Aswan. This 7 day cruise starts in Luxor, which has been called the greatest open air museum and is probably the oldest tourist destination in history. The ship is the Oberoi Philae, a vessel built in 1996 with 50 luxurious cabins and all amenities. A true floating luxury Hotel. The ship sails north to Quina . The wonderfully preserved temple of Dendera is a rare sight to behold. The main temple dedicated to the Goddess Hathor, goddess or pleasure and of love, usually represented as a cow, or a woman with a cow’s head. Its hypostyle hall has towering columns inscribed with hieroglyphs. The massive stone roof is rich with painted reliefs. Under the temple are dark chambers and underground passages. The courtyard has a rare statue of the god Bes the patron of childbirth. After Dendera the ship sails back to Luxor. A beautiful sphinx way leads to the entrance of the temple of Luxor. Built by Ramses the Great it was dedicated to the god Amun. A couple of miles north is the spectacular Temple of Karnak. Built over more than a thousand years by generations of Pharaohs Karnak is the largest religious complex in the world. The great “Hypostyle Hall” is an incredible forest of giant pillars, covering an area larger than the whole of Notre Dame Cathedral. The West Bank is a quick boat ride across the Nile, Here a baloon ride gives an overview of the immense funerary valleys below. The Valley of the Kings, is a vast City of the Dead where magnificent tombs were carved into the desert rocks, decorated richly, and filled with treasures for the . In the next valley rising out of the desert plain as if carved out of the limestone cliffs, is the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut ,Ancient Egypt’s only female Pharaoh. On the way back to the river Nile, the road passes by the famed Colossi of Memnon, the only survivors of a once imposing temple. The ship sails south to Essna. The Oberoi Philae ranked 3rd in BEST SMALL SHIPS OF THE WORLD awarded by Conde' Nast Traveller, USA in 2009 http://www.oberoihotels.com/oberoi_philae less

10 Best: Bangkok- Cooking class

10 Best: Bangkok- Cooking class

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The 10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. From the Bangkok Marriott Pier, the Manhora cruise boat de…moreThe 10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. From the Bangkok Marriott Pier, the Manhora cruise boat departs Monday to Friday for Thai cooking classes cruising down the Chaophraya River. The boat is a 100 year old rice barge restored for 21st century luxury cruising. Sunida is taught the art of preparing a 5 course banquet by Chef de Partie Patchareekorn Seehawat. Here we see the making of the most famous of Thai soups:the Tom Yum Talay. Hosted by Sunida Thirasak, a Bangkok native presently living in New York. less

Sailing The Long Island Sound

Sailing The Long Island Sound

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Sailing the long Island Sound Out of Echo Bay

Sailing the BVI 07

Sailing the BVI 07

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by: Manu Bastien

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In this travel video watch a pleasant and relaxing day, sailing on Long Island's Sound.

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 6 Lockroy & Dallmann Bay

Come visit Lockroy & Dallmann Bay in this travel video through Anarctica. Admire the pinguins, whales and the surreal immages of Antarctica's land…moreCome visit Lockroy & Dallmann Bay in this travel video through Anarctica. Admire the pinguins, whales and the surreal immages of Antarctica's landscapes. less

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 3 Lindblad Cove

Destination Unknown - Antarctica 3 Lindblad Cove

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In this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world…moreIn this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world, Antarctica. And also the most unknown continent of our world. In this first travel video we will visit Lindblad Cove, and see a seal in Antarctica. less

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 2 Whaler's Bay

Destination Unknown - Antarctica 2 Whaler's Bay

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In this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world…moreIn this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world, Antarctica. And also the most unknown continent of our world. In this first travel video we will visit Whaler's Bay, Antarctica. less

Destination Unknown Europe Episode 7: Bronholm, Denmark

Cruise on the Sea Cloud and explore the ancient walls of one of Europe's oldest ruins; Hammershus Castle.

Destination Unknown Europe Episode 6:  Mastrand, Sweden

Destination Unknown Europe Episode 6: Mastrand, Sweden

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Cruise on the Sea Cloud and visit: Mastrand is beautiful historic fishing village that has turned into a mecca for sailors.

Destination Unknown Europe Episode 5: Sea Cloud 2

Destination Unknown Europe Episode 5: Sea Cloud 2

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The Sea Cloud is a unique sailing vessels that offers cruises for up to 90 guests. Come aboard and enjoy the ocean, sky, food, and service.

Overlander.tv - Airlie Beach, Irish Backpacker

Overlander.tv - Airlie Beach, Irish Backpacker

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Airlie Beach (pop. 3029) Airlie Beach, gateway to the Whitsunday islands has a reputation for being a great place to party, in between sailing tri…moreAirlie Beach (pop. 3029) Airlie Beach, gateway to the Whitsunday islands has a reputation for being a great place to party, in between sailing trips to the islands. Another must stop location on the backpacker migration up north. Had a ball in Airlie, went out on a boat yesterday to snorkel the reef. The colours of the coral and the diversity of the fish life just blew me away. Thanks to Jetstream for the trip. Also checked out the Barefoot Bushmans Wildlife Park where you can see a variety of Aussie wildlife including a great crocodile show (unfortunately the Park was recently closed). I then go out on a 54 foot Classic Schooner, the Atlanta , for a morning cruise before heading off to Magnetic Island. It’s a hard life….. In Airlie I decided that given it is such a big location for back packers, instead of interviewing an Aussie local, I would interview a back packer working at Airlie. A young Irish Lass, Jenni Higgins, working at the local Irish Pub. less

Overlander.tv - Sydney by Day, Harbour cruise and fish market

In Sydney I Interviewed Richard Maddrell, who works in the tourism industry. If someone has a day to spare in Sydney, Richard suggested taking a harb…moreIn Sydney I Interviewed Richard Maddrell, who works in the tourism industry. If someone has a day to spare in Sydney, Richard suggested taking a harbour cruise, and visiting the fish market. less

Overlander.tv - Echuca, Australia, Paddle Steamers

Overlander.tv - Echuca, Australia, Paddle Steamers

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Echuca - (pop. 10 014) In the 1860s to the early 1900’s, Echuca was a bustling port with paddlesteamers ferrying people and goods all through the …moreEchuca - (pop. 10 014) In the 1860s to the early 1900’s, Echuca was a bustling port with paddlesteamers ferrying people and goods all through the the Murray, Darling and Murrumbidgee River systems. By the early 1970's, the port was derelict and unused. The council of the day decided that its paddlesteamer heritage was unique and started restoration of the port. Today the paddlesteamers are making a comeback. Many old sunken boats are being repaired to their former glory. Kevin Hutchinson is a Shipwright who has played a large role in the paddlesteamer revival. Echuca is a great example of how rural towns can use their heritage to establish tourism. less

Jamie's Journey: Water Village in Brunei

Jamie's Journey: Water Village in Brunei

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by: Marcel Moldovan

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Captain Dag Dvergastein and Jamie get off Regent's World Cruise to explore coastal life in Brunei.

Jamie's Journey:Damnernsaduak floating markets

Jamie's Journey:Damnernsaduak floating markets

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Jamie Logan, Cruise Director of the Regent's World Cruise explores the floating markets outside Bangkok

Jamie's Journey:South China Sea

Jamie's Journey:South China Sea

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by: Marcel Moldovan

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Captain Dag Dvergastein of the Regent's World Cruise explores life on the island of Lawan on the Palawan Coast

Jamie's Journey: In the heart of Zululand

Jamie's Journey: In the heart of Zululand

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Jamie Logan, cruise Director of Regent's World Cruise explores life and customs in Dumazulu, an authentic Zulu village

Jamie’s Journey - Bahia

Jamie’s Journey - Bahia

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by: Marcel Moldovan

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Next to the Captain Dag of Regent's Voyager I probably have one of the best jobs in the world. As a Cruise Director on the World Cruise I travel 115 …moreNext to the Captain Dag of Regent's Voyager I probably have one of the best jobs in the world. As a Cruise Director on the World Cruise I travel 115 days straight and stop in different ports to explore and mingle. This time it's Bahia. less

Diving with sharks in Bora Bora

Diving with sharks in Bora Bora

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Cruise lines need to attract passengers with new enticement: The Paul Gauguin in Polynesia offers an unforgettable dive with sharks in the lagoons of…moreCruise lines need to attract passengers with new enticement: The Paul Gauguin in Polynesia offers an unforgettable dive with sharks in the lagoons of Bora Bora. The Paul Gauguin was designed specifically for sailing the shallow lagoons of French Polynesia year-round. She offers an extension of the informal, relaxing environment of the islands, with Regent Seven Seas Cruises interpretation of six-star service, comfort and luxury. The watersports marina with its retractable deck allows one to roll out of bed and into the water. Filmed by Roberto Mitrotti and Christina Hajdinjak for Living Trends. less

Yangtze River cruise part 1 Shanghai

Yangtze River cruise part 1 Shanghai

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One of the oldest and most cosmopolitan city in China with relics like the Jade Buddha temple and the Yuyan gardens.

Yangtze River cruise part 2 Yangzhou,  a World Heritage Site

SThe West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou is an implementation of the classical Chinese landscape ideal by improving the natural landscape with b…moreSThe West Lake Cultural Landscape of Hangzhou is an implementation of the classical Chinese landscape ideal by improving the natural landscape with bridges, causeways, pavillions etc. The ‘improved’ landscape had a profound impact on the design of gardens not only in China but also further afield. Unesco declared West Lake a Worls heritage Site less

Yangtze River cruise part 3 Huangshan, a World Heritage Site

Set in the midst of the most rural China is the dramatic Yellow Mountain, the subject of chinese paintings for two thousand years. Huang Shan (meani…moreSet in the midst of the most rural China is the dramatic Yellow Mountain, the subject of chinese paintings for two thousand years. Huang Shan (meaning Yellow Mountain) is a mountain range that has played a leading role in the cultural, literary and artistic history of China because of its scenic beauty. It has attracted a large number of poets, painters and other artists. Its attraction lies in the peculiar shapes of the granite peaks, in the weather-shaped Huangshan Pine trees, and in views of the clouds from above. The area also has hot springs and natural pools. The Huang Shan are located in southern Anhui province in eastern China. The mountain range comprises of 77 larger peaks. The mountains were formed in the Mesozoic, about 100 million years ago, when an ancient sea disappeared. Unesco declared Huan Shan a World Heritage Site less

Yangtze cruise part 4 Lushan, a World heritage Site

Yangtze cruise part 4 Lushan, a World heritage Site

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Lushan National Park is a cultural landscape known for its natural beauty. It has inspired many Chinese artists, writers, philosophers and scientists…moreLushan National Park is a cultural landscape known for its natural beauty. It has inspired many Chinese artists, writers, philosophers and scientists. Lushan is famous for its ‘Lushan Conference’ in 1959, when Mao Zedong asserted his power and led him to proceed with the Great Leap Forward. Mao had a house here too which was previously occupied by Chank Kai Chek, which now holds the Lushan Museum where Mao's period furniture has been preserved. This is a site of pilgrimage for millions of chinese less

Yangtze River cruise part 5 Wuhan

Yangtze River cruise part 5 Wuhan

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Bronze bells excavated from 2000 year old tomb still play beautifully today

Yangtze River cruise part 6 Yueyang

Yangtze River cruise part 6 Yueyang

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A 3000 year old city with lots of history and the ancient Yueyang tower.

Yangtze River cruise part 7 Sanduping

Yangtze River cruise part 7 Sanduping

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by: cherryfrog

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Site of the largest and controversial river dam in the world.

Yangtze River cruise part 8 Wushan

Yangtze River cruise part 8 Wushan

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by: cherryfrog

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starting point for a trip on the Daning River up to the three Gorges. Most of areas in film are under water now.

Yangtze River cruise part 9 Fengdu

Yangtze River cruise part 9 Fengdu

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by: cherryfrog

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Called "Ghost City", a metropolis built 1800 years ago portaying Taoist Hell. Mostly under water now

Havana, Cuba

Havana, Cuba

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by: Tim Frakes Productions

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A quick tour of Havana, Cuba including the Cathedral of Havana, street scenes and the central square.

The Steamboat Natchez - New Orleans

The Steamboat Natchez - New Orleans

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by: Tapestry

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Enjoy a two-hour cruise by day from the heart of the French Quarter aboard the Steamboat NATCHEZ ... including Calliope concert! The last operating s…moreEnjoy a two-hour cruise by day from the heart of the French Quarter aboard the Steamboat NATCHEZ ... including Calliope concert! The last operating steam powered paddle wheeler on the Mississippi. less

Rush Hour at Road Town, Tortola, BVI

Rush Hour at Road Town, Tortola, BVI

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by: hyannisferryman

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Rush Hour at Road Town, Tortola, BVI

Rush Hour at Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, USVI

Rush Hour at Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, USVI

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Rush Hour at Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, USVI

Foggy Day at Hyannis Harbor

Foggy Day at Hyannis Harbor

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by: hyannisferryman

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The Steamship Authority's MV Iyanough arrives from Nantucket to a foggy Hyannis Harbor.

Rush Hour at Hyannis Light

Rush Hour at Hyannis Light

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by: hyannisferryman

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Grey Lady, Eagle and Great Point leave Hyannis bound for Nantucket.

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 8 Petemann Island

Come see the coast of Antarctica in this travel video. Travel by boat and witness sleeping seals and Antarctic landscapes.

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 5 Neko Harbour

Destination Unknown - Antarctica 5 Neko Harbour

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by: railaybay3

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Come visit Neko Harbor in this travel video. You will see the wrekage of a 1917 Whaling boat, and admire the sheer beauty of Antarctica's landscapes…moreCome visit Neko Harbor in this travel video. You will see the wrekage of a 1917 Whaling boat, and admire the sheer beauty of Antarctica's landscapes. less

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 4 Paradise Island

In this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world…moreIn this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world, Antarctica. And also the most unknown continent of our world. In this first travel video we will visit Paradise Island and see a more Antartic penguins. less

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 1 Deception Island

In this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world…moreIn this video we will go to South Pole. No, we won't go straight to South Pole but we will visit the coldest, driest and windiest continent the world, Antarctica. And also the most unknown continent of our world. In this first travel video we will visit see Penguins in Deception Island, Antarctica. less

Brugge, Belgium, a World Heritage Site

Brugge, Belgium, a World Heritage Site

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by: railaybay2

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Enjoy the sights and sounds of the canals in this Belgium medieval city. Unesco has declared Brugge a World Heritage Site

Destination Unknown Europe Episode 1: Honfleur, France

Cobblestone Streets, Wooden Churches, and Thatched roofs highlight this old French city.