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Carnival

Carnival

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Carnival in St Vincent and the Grenadines is possibly the earthiest, wildest, uninhibited Carnival in the Caribbean.

10 Best: Bangkok - Thai Boxing

10 Best: Bangkok - Thai Boxing

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Rajadamnern Boxing Stadium or, in Thai, Sanam Muay Rajadamnern is an indoor sporting arena located in Bangkok. Along with Lumpinee Stadium, the Raja…moreRajadamnern Boxing Stadium or, in Thai, Sanam Muay Rajadamnern is an indoor sporting arena located in Bangkok. Along with Lumpinee Stadium, the Rajadamnern is one of the two main stadiums for modern Muay Thai. The stadium has its own ranking system and championship titles up to Middleweight . The fighters go through their spiritual 'Wai Khru' (a ceremony to thank their revered teachers, spirits, boxing ring and the sport itself.) Following the 'Wai Khru' ritual, they go straight into 'Ram Muay', a dance where each boxer demonstrates his skills and style. These pre-match ceremonies are believed to bring good luck, protection, respect, and a fair and honourable fight to the boxers. Once all the formalities are out of the way, it's time for action. And this can get bloody and gory. less

Venice Regatta

Venice Regatta

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Every year, the first Sunday of September, the Historical Regatta comes back in Venice, the most traditional among the venetian events, which took pl…moreEvery year, the first Sunday of September, the Historical Regatta comes back in Venice, the most traditional among the venetian events, which took place for the first time the 10th of January 1315 . The sumptuous event, organized in the Serenissima times to celebrate the military victories or to honour the foreign dignitaries, today is made up of two different parts: the historical parade and the rowing boat races. The Historical Regatta starts out with the colourful procession on the Grand Canal, formed by the Bissone, the Bucintoro and the boats of the venetian rowing clubs; the event commemorates the Queen of Cyprus, Caterina Cornaro, coming to Venice, which marked the beginning of the Venice rule over the Mediterranean islands. Venice and its lagoons is a Unesco World Heritage site. less

Hong Kong: water traffic

Hong Kong: water traffic

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Hong Kong is located on China's south coast, 60 km (37 mi) east of Macau on the opposite side of the Pearl River Delta. It is surrounded by the South…moreHong Kong is located on China's south coast, 60 km (37 mi) east of Macau on the opposite side of the Pearl River Delta. It is surrounded by the South China Sea on the east, south, and west, and borders the Guangdong city of Shenzhen to the north over the Shenzhen River. The territory's 1,104 km2 (426 sq mi) area consists of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories, and over 200 offshore islands, of which the largest is Lantau Island. Of the total area, 1,054 km2 (407 sq mi) is land and 50 km2 (19 sq mi) is inland water. less

Hong Kong nights

Hong Kong nights

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The lack of space caused demand for denser constructions, which developed the city to a centre for modern architecture and the world's most vertical…more The lack of space caused demand for denser constructions, which developed the city to a centre for modern architecture and the world's most vertical city. The density of the living space and the vibrant life of a city that like New York never sleeps makes its night scenery one of the most visually spectacular in the world. less

Maui

Maui

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Maui has been voted “Best Island” by readers of Conde Nast Traveler for seventeen years. With three miles of white sand and crystal clear water, it’…moreMaui has been voted “Best Island” by readers of Conde Nast Traveler for seventeen years. With three miles of white sand and crystal clear water, it’s no wonder why Kaanapali Beach was once named America’s Best Beach. Fronting Kaanapali’s hotels and resorts, this former retreat for the royalty of Maui is now a popular getaway for the world. Until permanently moving to Honolulu, Lahaina was the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii. In the 19th century, Lahaina was the center of the global whaling industry with many sailing ships anchored in at its waterfront; today a score of pleasure craft make their home there. Lahaina's Front Street has been ranked one of the "Top Ten Greatest Streets" by the American Planning Association. Kīpahulu is a village in the Hāna district of Maui, Hawaiʻi. It is a sustainable farm community located in a remote area in the southeast part of Maui. Kipahulu Park boasts great trails and the ʻOheʻo Pools, often called the "Seven Sacred Pools". less

San Giminiano, a World Heritage Site

San Giminiano, a World Heritage Site

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San Giminiano is in Tuscany, 56 km south of Florence. The patrician families who controlled the town built around 72 tower-houses (some as high as 15…moreSan Giminiano is in Tuscany, 56 km south of Florence. The patrician families who controlled the town built around 72 tower-houses (some as high as 150 feet) as symbols of their wealth and power. Although only 14 have survived, San Gimignano has retained its feudal atmosphere and appearance. The town also has several masterpieces of 14th- and 15th-century Italian art. Every year a medieval festival takes place through the town. The historic center of San Giminiano has been declared by Unesco a World Heritage Site less

The O Hotel in LA

The O Hotel in LA

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The O Hotel is the first independent boutique hotel in Downtown LA. The historic 1920's building was completely refurbished down to the smallest deta…moreThe O Hotel is the first independent boutique hotel in Downtown LA. The historic 1920's building was completely refurbished down to the smallest detail for the launch in September 2007. In a marked contrast to the slick steel-and-glass exterior, a step inside reveals an impressive, warm and instantly inviting space. Replenish your mind and body after a hectic day on the town amid the hotel's all-modern amenities, elegant flair, sophisticated lighting, fine furniture and exotic floral arrangements. O Hotel is located in the heart of Downtown's revitalized urban scene, a few blocks from L.A. Live, Staples Center, the Nokia Theater, the Convention Center and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. From Downtown's central location, attractions such as the Kodak Theater, Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Sunset Strip, Pantages Theater, NoHo Arts District or the Santa Monica Ocean Front Walk are all easily accessible. http://www.ohotelgroup.com/ O Hotel 819 S. Flower Street Los Angeles, CA 90017 Phone: 213-623-9904 Fax: 213-614-8010 reservations@ohotelgroup.com less

Morocco overview

Morocco overview

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The Oussaden Tour starts in Rabat, the present capital of Morocco. Plenty to see. Not to miss the great Mohammed V Mausoleum with the Hassan Tower…moreThe Oussaden Tour starts in Rabat, the present capital of Morocco. Plenty to see. Not to miss the great Mohammed V Mausoleum with the Hassan Tower. The Medina with its blue walls. The Atlantic beaches are wide and pristine. A stop at the Holy City Of Moulay Idriss where the founder of Islam is buried and then on to the archaeological site of the Roman ruins at Volubilis. From here travel to the Imperial City of Meknes and then on to Fez, the first Imperial City which was built in 790 A.D. by Moulay Idriss II. This is the world last surviving Medieval city with great monuments, a Medina with bustling souks and the oldest tanneries in the world. The drive to Erfoud is 300 miles over the dramatic Atlas Mountains. Then on by four-wheel drive to the sand dunes of Merzouga. Overnight in a Berber Bivouac in the desert and sunrise watch on camel back. Spectacular. Travel West along the Anti-Atlas Mountains to ElKelaa des M'Goun and past the ancient city of Tinerhir into the Gorges du Todra. On to Ouarzazate with a stop at the sprawling and impressive Atlas Film Studios where Gladiator and Kundun were filmed. A stop in Ait Ben Haddou, probably the most picturesque ancient medieval city. In Marrakech a visit to the monumental Saadian Tombs, the Medina and Djemaa Elfna, a grand open theater with storytellers, fire eaters, snake-charmers and endless open-air restaurants. The Majorelle Gardens, Yves St Laurent former residence, are a must. Then on to Essaouira, an 800 year old Atlantic port with a massive fort and great seafood restaurants. ( Fact: Jimi Hendrix lived here for a while and did not want to leave!) Contact: www.oussadentours.com info@oussadentours.com less

The Dolce Vita Journeys

The Dolce Vita Journeys

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A sizzler for a 6 X 30' TV series Imagine traditions that have been unchanged for 5,000 years. Where food and wine give way to art and culture. …moreA sizzler for a 6 X 30' TV series Imagine traditions that have been unchanged for 5,000 years. Where food and wine give way to art and culture. Watch men and women engaged in a ritual year after year to bring forth and nurture the best grapes the Earth can grow. Watch as they pick, crush, and ferment this precious juice until all their labors come to fruition. Watch Michelin chefs and humble cooks pick the freshest products of their regions and follow them as they create dishes that will titillate the senses and awaken every taste bud. Finally watch how chefs and sommeliers marry the food to the perfect wines to create magical communal experiences at the table. Wine and food are about family, culture and history. Meet a Tuscan who embodies it all, to the hilt. And in the castle restaurant the baron highlights his wines with innovative Tuscan dishes. 2,500 years ago The Romans built a column at the end of the Appian way in Brindisi. Winemaker Rubino tells us why the Romans loved the wines of Apulia made from Negroamaro grapes still grown exclusively here. His chef works hand-in-hand with the winemaker. You will learn about the secretive and fascinating world of truffles. You will learn why some wines acquire personality. How to identify a great red. You’ll get great tasting tips from great sommeliers. You will learn why wine comes first, food second and not the other way around. You will learn the fundamentals of pairing. In season 1 we’ll visit Tuscany, Piedmont, Umbria, Apulia, Croatia, and Napa. Journey with us through medieval towns, waterfront villages, ancient and new towns in the Mediterranean and America to experience the culture and lifestyles of the people making magic in the cellars and the kitchens. The Dolce Vita Journeys. Informative. Inspiring. Intoxicating. less

Armani/Fifth Avenue

Armani/Fifth Avenue

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10 BEST STORES Just a few blocks from Central Park in New York City, in the center of one of the most famous shopping districts in the world, sits…more10 BEST STORES Just a few blocks from Central Park in New York City, in the center of one of the most famous shopping districts in the world, sits the American flagship store for one of the most well known clothing brands in the world, Armani. One of the largest stores on 5th Avenue, it is clearly identifiable either day or night by its elaborate exterior design, which at night features lights throughout the store windows. Which is only fitting for a brand that has become synonymous with style and class around the world to be seen by everyone any time of the day. The four-story behemoth, which takes up 43,000 square feet, opened its doors in February 2009. It was designed by the architecture firm of Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas (also responsible for the design of Armani stores in Hong Kong and Japan). There are two distinctive features that separate the 5th Avenue Armani store from the other fashion stores, one being the high-end restaurant that sits atop the store. It gives a reason for people to visit the store even if they are not particularly interested in shopping and it remains open after the retail part of the store, with an express elevator that runs to it after the rest of the store has closed. The other standout feature comes courtesy of the store’s architects, which is the dramatic spiral steel staircase sitting in the center that echoes in its sweeping curves the design of the Guggenheim Museum. This alone makes it worth a visit. If the brand name, Armani were not enough, these unique factor make the Armani store on 5th Avenue one of the top stores in New York City. Besides the architectural aspect there are also the stylish offerings in men's, women's and children's clothing plus home furnishings and chocolates. It has just about everything one would need to dress themselves in some of the finest clothes on the planet and live the Armani experience of style. 10 BEST STORES is a series featuring, in the editor' s opinion, the top 10 stores in a given City. 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

Independence Hotel Cambodia

Independence Hotel Cambodia

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The Independence Hotel was designed by French architect M. Mondet in 1963 and was constructed to complement the burgeoning tourist influx in Sihano…moreThe Independence Hotel was designed by French architect M. Mondet in 1963 and was constructed to complement the burgeoning tourist influx in Sihanouk Ville. Cambodians still refer to the Independence Hotel as the "7 storey hotel". It is a direct reference to this outstanding landmark which sits like a beacon on a promontory in the heart of the tropical forest. One hallmark of modernist architecture is the use of a site to add prominence to the architect's intentions. In this particular case, the marriage works well with the hotel commanding views of coastline and the rolling hills of Sihanouk Ville in every direction. King Norodom Sihanouk's designed the interiors as well as Promenade des Anglais - a garden and walkway at the base of the rocky outcrop that skirts Independence Beach. Jacqueline Kennedy staid there as well as a wide range of political celebrities from around the world. Today, fully restored to its former beauty and glory, The Independence Hotel succeeds in combining luxury with modernity and history. http://www.independencehotel.net/ less

Naga World

Naga World

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Amidst the Mekong and Tonle Sap River Phnom Penh. NagaWorld was birthed in 1995 in the capital city of Cambodia, a city rich in Khmer history. Acc…moreAmidst the Mekong and Tonle Sap River Phnom Penh. NagaWorld was birthed in 1995 in the capital city of Cambodia, a city rich in Khmer history. According to legend, NagaWorld derived its name from the mythical fable of a 7-headed dragon or “Naga.” The majestic dragon was believed to be residing in the rivers and guarding the entrance to Phnom Penh. Ever since, NagaWorld has attracted a broad range of guests from the free-spirited adventure traveler to the gaming connoisseur. Today, NagaWorld is recognized as the finest integrated casino-hotel in Indochina rivalling top Southeast Asian and world-renowned casinos. The Hotel boasts a multi-faceted 8-storey wing dedicated to entertainment, more than 500 luxurious Deluxe Rooms and plush Suites in the 14-storey Hotel Wing, a dedicated spa, signature restaurants ranging from Italian to Korean to French and amenities like a night club and a cigar room where visitors will enjoy the lavish comforts offered by unique world-class hotel. The Hotel is within easy distance from the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, the National Museum and the Central Market. http://www.nagaworld.com less

Tuscany Luxury Wine Tour Part 1

Tuscany Luxury Wine Tour Part 1

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Castello di Tornano in the heart of Chianti (Gaiole in Chianti) makes an outstanding wine from the vineyards surrounding it. The complex was a mediev…moreCastello di Tornano in the heart of Chianti (Gaiole in Chianti) makes an outstanding wine from the vineyards surrounding it. The complex was a medieval castle from the 10th century, lavishly restored. The Ricasoli family of Castello di Brolio dates back to the 7th Century. An ancestor of the current owner Francesco, Bettino Ricasoli, was prime Minister of Italy in the 19th Century and invented the Chianti formula. The winery is the oldest in Italy. Badia a Coltibuono once an Abbey from the 11th century is now a charming hotel, restaurant, winery and cooking school run by the Stucchi Prinetti family dedicated to the preservation of the oldest traditions of the Chianti region. Poggio Antico in Montalcino is the highest elevation winery growing Brunello. An excellent Restaurant run by Chef Roberto Minnetti is on the premises preparing dishes steeped in Tuscan history. Castello Banfi at Sant’Agelo Scalo is owned by the Mariani family dedicated to producing superior wines on their large 6,000 acres estate, marked by technological innovation. An old farm complex in nearby Collupino serves as residence for guests of the Banfi winery. Montepulciano is a Medieval Renaissance town on top of a mountain in the province of Siena known for its “Nobile wine” only produced here. Valdipiatta, an awarded winery, produces the vino Nobile from Prugnolo and Lanaiolo grapes. The owner Mr Caporali runs a wine school educating visitors about wine varieties and growing techniques. He also runs Il Grifon D’Oro, a trendy restaurant and Il Poliziano, an historic cafe in the center of town. Contucci is the oldest wine cellar in Montepulciano holding tastings since Renaissance times. It is located in the main piazza overlooking Palazzo Comunale. Avignonesi is a combination of 4 estates growing awarded wines. It is also a farmhouse growing its own products for its kitchen and its store. The open farm kitchen serves local specialties. Relais San Bruno is an elegant boutique Hotel set among an olive grove and fruit orchard under the walls of Montepulciano. less

Tuscany Luxury Wine Tour Part 2

Tuscany Luxury Wine Tour Part 2

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Authentic Italian cowboys, tending to the cattle farms that produce the renown Florentine steak have been a tradition in Maremma, Western Tuscany. …moreAuthentic Italian cowboys, tending to the cattle farms that produce the renown Florentine steak have been a tradition in Maremma, Western Tuscany. Near Grosseto in the South is the Saturnia Resort and Spa whose thermal waters have been known known since Roman times. The moisturizing thermal plankton is the active ingredient. The Thyrrhenian Coast is rugged and beautiful. The Pellicano, a five star luxury resort has villas hidden in the cliff overlooking a secluded bay near trendy Porto Ercole.The cuisine is also 5 star run by a Michel awarded chef. The Coast is also home to glamorous wineries which in the race to stand out among the competition have contracted famous architects to design their headquarters. Like Rocca di Frassinello in Zavorrano a partnership with Les Domaines Baron de Rothschild-Lafite designed by Renzo Piano. The winery as a cathedral. And the Petra Winery in Suvereto designed by Mario Botta. L’Andana co-owned by Chef Alain Ducasses is another five star resort in Castiglione della Pescaia. It also raises cattle on its 1000 acres Estate. The Bolgheri area is known for wineries like Grattamacco, making “Supertuscans”, higher quality wines made from Sangiovese, Merlot and Shiraz. San Giminiano the walled Medieval city in the province of Siena holds regular Medieval festivals and re-enactments. The next resort is Borgo di Colleoli near Palaia built entirely around a medieval castle and carefully restored. It ha san innovative Tuscan kitchen and an extensive wine cellar. Pisa: beyond the leaning tower lies an historic city with great churches, monumento and charming piazzas. Bagni di Lucca was known for its thermal bath since Etruscan and Roman times. The mountain community and spa by the same name are hidden in the hills surrounding Lucca. Lucca is not to be missed. Home to composer Giacomo Puccini it is an historical city with sophisticated dining, great markets and vibrant night life. Cantine Bernardini, housed in a 16th century palazzo owned by the Bernardini family, is a Lucca landmark serving local specialties and wines. Several wineries are scattered in the hills surrounding the town. In Montecarlo we find the awarded winery Montechiari producing excellent reds on its 20 acres estate. less

Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor, Siem Reap

Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor, Siem Reap

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For over 75 years, a visit to the ancient Angkor temples has been synonymous with a stay at Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor. Now sensitively restored, t…moreFor over 75 years, a visit to the ancient Angkor temples has been synonymous with a stay at Raffles Grand Hotel d'Angkor. Now sensitively restored, the hotel's renewed elegance and modernity complement the mystery and grandeur of Angkor as never before. less

La Boqueria's market

La Boqueria's market

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La Boqueria's market is the perfect place to buy fresh food in Barcelona. Fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and more in this colourful and nice place, w…moreLa Boqueria's market is the perfect place to buy fresh food in Barcelona. Fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and more in this colourful and nice place, where you will fins everything necessary to prepare a delicious meal. less

Hedonism: Largest Nude Wedding in the World

Hedonism: Largest Nude Wedding in the World

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Every Valentine day brides ready to tie the knot leave their wedding gowns at home and fly down to the Hedonism Resort in Jamaica. Between 20 and 6…moreEvery Valentine day brides ready to tie the knot leave their wedding gowns at home and fly down to the Hedonism Resort in Jamaica. Between 20 and 60 couples come together to exchange or renew their vows wearing only their birthday suits. This is claimed to be the largest nude wedding in the world. Why would someone want to get married in the nude? For a few days naked life on this sexy Caribbean Island feels like the garden of Eden. less

Saturnia, a Resort/Spa in Tuscany

Saturnia, a Resort/Spa in Tuscany

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Maremma in Southern Tuscany is home to ….yes, Italian cowboy, state of the arts wineries and a spa resort which is a member of the leading Hotels t…moreMaremma in Southern Tuscany is home to ….yes, Italian cowboy, state of the arts wineries and a spa resort which is a member of the leading Hotels the world. The Saturnia thermal baths are know since pre roman times. Water gushes out of an underground crater at the rate of 800 gallons per seconds filling the pools outside and inside the spa. The therapeutic value of the water lies in the high sulfur content and its moisturizing plankton. The resort is totally five star and pampering is the name of the game. There are numerous treatments at the spa but the active ingredient is always the moisturizing thermal plankton that has been the baths liquid gold for over 2000 years. Saturnia is a 2 hour drive from Rome or Florence. And definitely worth the trip. www.termedisaturnia.it/it/ less

A colonial mansion in Merida

A colonial mansion in Merida

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Merida, founded by the Spaniards in 1542 is the oldest city in the Americas with splendid historical palaces and plazas. It is 80 miles from Chichen…moreMerida, founded by the Spaniards in 1542 is the oldest city in the Americas with splendid historical palaces and plazas. It is 80 miles from Chichen Itza, one of the most impressive Mayan cities. In the 19th century the sisal boom created enormous wealth. In 1900 there were more millionaires in Merida than in Paris. The wealth spurred the construction of mansions all over the city. When nylon replaced sisal in 1930 the economy collapsed, houses were abandoned and fell apart. In the last ten years visitors from Northamerica and Europe have been buying them and restoring them to their original splendor like this mansion in the center of town. less

Spa Scandinave - A magical place to relax (Montreal, Canada)

Whether you call them thermal baths, hammam, Norwegian baths or Finnish saunas, the use of baths as a mode of relaxation and source of physical and m…moreWhether you call them thermal baths, hammam, Norwegian baths or Finnish saunas, the use of baths as a mode of relaxation and source of physical and mental well-being is an ancient practice that dates back thousands of years. This aged-old European tradition is known today as thermotherapy. Scandinave Les bains Vieux-Montréal wants to restore the term spa to its former nobility, sanitas par aquam, or health through water. www.scandinave.com less

EXPLORING MADRID: THE PASEO DEL PRADO ARTS DISTRICT

EXPLORING MADRID: THE PASEO DEL PRADO ARTS DISTRICT

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Four major museums, a world-class botanical garden, and culinary delicacies whet one’s appetite through this enticing taste of the alluring arts dist…moreFour major museums, a world-class botanical garden, and culinary delicacies whet one’s appetite through this enticing taste of the alluring arts district of the Paseo del Prado in Madrid. Join Iris Brooks and Jon H. Davis of Northern Lights Studio as they explore Spain’s vibrant capital city in a cultural feast for all the senses. less

Kalani Retreat, Big Island, Hawaii, US

Kalani’s 120-acre retreat on the lush, tropical coast of the Big Island celebrates nature, culture, and wellness. Kalani lies on a conservation coast…moreKalani’s 120-acre retreat on the lush, tropical coast of the Big Island celebrates nature, culture, and wellness. Kalani lies on a conservation coastline east of lava goddess Pele, with the world’s freshest air, gorgeous black sand beaches, natural thermal springs, steam bathing and tidal pools excellent for snorkeling. We offer adventures, workshops, yoga and bodywork, delicious healthful cuisine and comfortable accommodations. Find yourself… in a peaceful, nurturing environment filled with the revitalizing energy of the Big Island. less

Mystical Buddhist temple Ta Prohm in Cambodia

Mystical Buddhist temple Ta Prohm in Cambodia

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The energy and surreal spiritual feeling you get from the mysterious ruin of Ta Prohm is quite amazing. You feel as one with the jungle as massive tr…moreThe energy and surreal spiritual feeling you get from the mysterious ruin of Ta Prohm is quite amazing. You feel as one with the jungle as massive trees tower above while their huge root systems engulf this picturesque temple in Cambodia. less

Australia Working Holiday Visa Dos and Don’ts

Great advice for gap year Brits looking for jobs in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa Kick start your Aussie adventure at www.australia.com/workin…moreGreat advice for gap year Brits looking for jobs in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa Kick start your Aussie adventure at www.australia.com/workingholiday less

Sail Away in Australia’s Whitsunday Islands

Sail Away in Australia’s Whitsunday Islands

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A guide to one of Australia’s highlights, the Whitsunday Islands. Stop off for the Great Barrier Reef and also a party mecca. Kick start your Auss…moreA guide to one of Australia’s highlights, the Whitsunday Islands. Stop off for the Great Barrier Reef and also a party mecca. Kick start your Aussie adventure at www.australia.com/workingholiday less

Gap Year’s in Australia – I Wish I’d Known That!

Great advice for Brits going to Australia on their gap year. Kick start your Aussie adventure at www.australia.com/workingholiday

How to stay in Australia for a second year on a Working Holiday Visa

The Working Holiday Visa programme allows Brits aged between 18-30 to work and travel in Australia for a year. But how do you go about getting anothe…moreThe Working Holiday Visa programme allows Brits aged between 18-30 to work and travel in Australia for a year. But how do you go about getting another a Working Holiday Visa for a second year? This video shows how, and hears from those who are living the dream…. less

Learn to Earn in Australia on the Working Holiday Visa

Learn to Earn in Australia on the Working Holiday Visa Working whilst travelling in Australia doesn’t have to be all bar work and fruit picking. …moreLearn to Earn in Australia on the Working Holiday Visa Working whilst travelling in Australia doesn’t have to be all bar work and fruit picking. The Learn To Earn scheme means you can land all kinds of amazing jobs, as this video shows. less

Dream jobs in Australia - do something different

Dream jobs in Oz - do something different Working Holiday Visa makers in Oz and their amazing jobs

Australia - Working Holiday Visas

Australia - Working Holiday Visas

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18-30's head to Australia to escape the economic downturn

Kamalaya Koh Samui, Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa

Kamalaya Koh Samui Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa resort integrates a diverse range of Oriental and Western healing practices. ... Kamalaya i…moreKamalaya Koh Samui Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa resort integrates a diverse range of Oriental and Western healing practices. ... Kamalaya is a haven; a place for us to slow down and feel safe enough to let go of old habits, drop our armour and begin to listen once again to our heart’s song, and to realise the depth of inspiration and wisdom all around. Centred around a monk's cave that once served Buddhist monks as a place of meditation and spiritual retreat, Kamalaya's essence is expressed in its name, 'Lotus (kamal) Realm (alaya)', an ancient symbol for the growth and unfolding of the human spirit. less

Tao Garden Wellness Retreat in Chiang Mai Thailand

Tao Garden Wellness Retreat in Chiang Mai Thailand

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Nestled in upcountry Thailand, south of the lush foothills of those nourishing Himalayas, just outside the delightful city of Chiang Mai, is Tao Gard…moreNestled in upcountry Thailand, south of the lush foothills of those nourishing Himalayas, just outside the delightful city of Chiang Mai, is Tao Garden, an oasis of dynamic healing practice, blending the most exciting new medical developments of Holistic Western Medicine with traditional Eastern arts such as Taoist Massage, Acupuncture, 5 Element Chinese Healing Systems and Ayurvedic practices from India. less

Ultimate  Bed & Breakfast in Florence

Ultimate Bed & Breakfast in Florence

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This is Florence, city of dreams. A few steps from the Duomo is Piazza Annunziata, one of the most beautiful squares in the city and right next …moreThis is Florence, city of dreams. A few steps from the Duomo is Piazza Annunziata, one of the most beautiful squares in the city and right next to it is a Bed and Breakfast with some of the most breathtaking views of Florence. To call it Bed and Breakfast is an understatement. because Home in Palace is on the top floor of one of the grandest palaces in Florence: Palazzo Capponi All’Annunziata. Does this really look like a B&B? This monumental Palace with its Italian gardens was built in the 18th century by Alessandro Capponi from one of the oldest Florentine banking families. The frescoes are considered among the best of Florentine Baroque art. Here in this amazing historical Palazzo you can just come to sleep or let your imagination run wild and throw a party for a thousand, You might even want to get married here and if you’re married already you probably will want to get remarried in these sumptuous spaces. You might just want to be here for the simple life: to be pampered, with luxury, style and comfort. Home in Palace. Your palace in Florence www.palazzocapponiallannunziata.it less

EXPLORING PALAU, MICRONESIA: RAINBOW'S END

EXPLORING PALAU, MICRONESIA: RAINBOW'S END

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Join us as we explore pristine waters and traditional culture in the Republic of Palau. It's an idyllic, equatorial archipelago of islands located i…moreJoin us as we explore pristine waters and traditional culture in the Republic of Palau. It's an idyllic, equatorial archipelago of islands located in the western most corner of Micronesia. Discover this hidden gem, a mecca for adventurous divers, savvy travelers, and Survivor fans. less

The Official Declaration in Lisbon

The Official Declaration in Lisbon

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The Official New 7 Wonders of the World were announced during the Official Declaration ceremony in Lisbon, Portugal on Saturday, July 7, 2007 - 07.07…moreThe Official New 7 Wonders of the World were announced during the Official Declaration ceremony in Lisbon, Portugal on Saturday, July 7, 2007 - 07.07.07. 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

Hanazono Niseko has commenced a New Era

Hanazono Niseko has commenced a New Era

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Start your day at Hanazono and experience some of the best resort facilities Japan has to offer. The New 308 Day Center has proven to be an outstandi…moreStart your day at Hanazono and experience some of the best resort facilities Japan has to offer. The New 308 Day Center has proven to be an outstanding success and continues to attract the crowds everyday. Hanazonos North East aspect delivers an abundance of dry powder and provides access to the massive off piste / back country areas.The Hanazono basin provides Niseko's best equipped learning area, world class terrain park / half pipe and plenty of activities at its Adventure Park for the thrill seekers. less

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Luxury Wine Tour of Piedmont promo

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The area in Piedmont called Langhe Roero has given the world the gift of truffles, the Nebbiolo grape, from which Barolo and Barbaresco come from and…moreThe area in Piedmont called Langhe Roero has given the world the gift of truffles, the Nebbiolo grape, from which Barolo and Barbaresco come from and a dazzling cuisine that is both aristocratic and simple. Let iexplore guide you on this luxury wine tour among castles and vineyards. There you’ll meet the makers of these great wines and the chefs working their dazzling cuisine in some of the most charming medieval towns in Italy. Your trip starts at the Villa Tiboldi, luxuriously renovated Villa and Farmhouse surrounded by Nebbiolo and Arneis vineyards with views that go on forever. Alba has a beautiful Cathedral from the XIth Century and a rich historic center. However Alba’s heart beats to the tune of the truffle. Renato Agnello, truffle hunter of of 60 years leads a search for truffles in the woods with his dog Diana. Tartufi Morra is a truffle emporium Established in 1930. It has the ultimate selection of everything truffle. The restaurant Piazza Duomo owned by the Ceretto winemaking family is a shocking pink space with frescoes by Francesco Clemente.The avant-garde cuisine of Chef Enrico Crippa has earned the restaurant a one Michelin star. The healthy pastry shop created by chef Luca Mentersino uses no sugar, milk or flour. So go ahead and splurge. Neive is at the heart of Barbaresco. Katja and Ivan Rivetti are the third generation of Rivetti making this wine here. Tops labels are Bricco Barbaresco and Bricco de Neveis. The Stupino brothers winery is housed in a sprawling 18th century castle. In the 70’s the Stupino’s cloned an old variety of Arneis vine producing a remarkable sparkling Pinot Noir besides their well known Barbaresco. The restaurant La Ciau del Tornavento is owned by chef Maurilio Garola. The Chef has consistently received one Michelin star for his groundbreaking dishes. The fortified Castle of Grinzane was erected in the XIth Century. Today it houses a very large Enoteca representing the best of Piedmont wines and grappas. Barolo is a charming medieval town surrounded by wineries The Marchesi Falletti created the first Barolo in this village.The first bottle, "Cannubbio 1861” is on permanent display.Today the original 19-century chestnut barrels have been reconditioned to age the Barolo Cannubi or Barolo Riserva. Locanda nel Borgo Antico is set in an hamlet outside Barolo. In this elegant restaurant Chef Massimo Camia prepares the classic dishes which have earned the restaurant a Michelin star. The Ceretto brothers have created a 300 acres network of small estates producing some outstanding labels. Top wines are Bricco Rocche, Brunate and Prapo’. They have also sponsored major art projects the Sol Lewitt Chapel among the vineyards and in their winery their futuristic wine-tasting glass cube. You will stay in the Hotel Villa Beccaris an 18th century palazzo surrounded by vineyards near the historic town of Monforte DAlba. 3 sisters from the Burlotto family run the Castle which their grandfather bought from the first King of Italy. The family restored the original frescos and furniture. Here you’ll attend cooking lesson in classic Piedmontese dishes. Their winery has some of the oldest vintages going back to the 1850’s. Top wines are Verduno Basadone, Barbaresco Rabaja’ . A truly royal lunch is served in the castle courtyard. Pietro Ratti runs the business founded by his father in the 60’s. Today this state of the arts winery produces an outstanding Barolo Marcenasco. After this magical tour with iexplore.com, Langhe Roero will stay with you forever. For more information on this privately guided, dream luxury wine tour call us at 1-800 iexplore or visit iexplore.com Copyright Christina Tours, LLC less

Luxury Wine Tour of Piedmont

Luxury Wine Tour of Piedmont

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The area in Piedmont called Langhe Roero has given the world the gift of truffles, the Nebbiolo grape, from which Barolo and Barbaresco come from and…moreThe area in Piedmont called Langhe Roero has given the world the gift of truffles, the Nebbiolo grape, from which Barolo and Barbaresco come from and a dazzling cuisine that is both aristocratic and simple. On this luxury wine tour among castles and vineyards you’ll meet the makers of these great wines and the chefs working their luscious cuisine in some of the most charming medieval towns in Italy. Your trip starts at the Villa Tiboldi, luxuriously renovated Villa and Farmhouse surrounded by Nebbiolo and Arneis vineyards with views that go on forever. The estate produces its own excellent Arneis Malvira. Alba has a beautiful Cathedral from the XIth Century and a rich historic center. However Alba’s heart beats to the tune of the truffle. Renato Agnello, truffle hunter of of 60 years leads a walk through the woods with his dog Diana, looking for truffles. Tartufi Morra is a truffle emporium Established in 1930 working with all the truffle hunters in the area. It has the ultimate selection of everything truffles from chocolate to oils The restaurant Piazza Duomo owned by the Ceretto winemaking family is a shocking pink space with frescoes by Francesco Clemente .The avantguarde cuisine of Chef Enrico Crippa has earned the restaurant a one Michelin star. This is a café and pastry shop created by chef Luca Mentersino uses no sugar, milk or flour. Everything is made with substitute. So go ahead and splurge. Katja and Ivan Rivetti are the third generation of Rivetti making barbaresco here. Tops wines are Bricco Barbaresco and Bricco de Neveis. Housed in a sprawling and movie-set-like 18th century castle owned by the Stupino brothers, the winery focuses on specialty wines. In the 70’s the Stupino’s cloned an old variety of Arneis vine producing a remarkable sparkling Pinot Noir. Among their wide range of wines they produce a top Barbaresco Riserva Santo Stefano. The restaurant La Ciau del Tornavento in Treiso sits on top of sprawling vineyards is owned by chef Maurilio Garola. It. The Chef has consistently received one Michelin star for his ground breaking dishes such as “ Plin de Seirass”, ravioli stuffed with ricotta and served in an actual nest made out of hay. The fortified Castle erected in the XIth Century on top of a hill once belonged to Count Camillo Benso of Cavour, one of the architects of the Unification of Italy. The castle has a very large Enoteca representing the best of Piedmont wines and grappas. Barolo is a charming medieval town surrounded by wineries. Therefore opening a corkscrew museum was a no brainer for Paolo Annoni who was once a pharmacist but abandoned his old profession to pursue his obsession. Over the years he has travelled the world and auction houses searching for the most unusual corkscrews, collecting 1,300 rare ones . Barolo was first created by the Marchesi Falletti in the middle of the 19th century around the village of Barolo. A bottle of the first Barolo, "Cannubbio 1859” is on permanent display, while vintages from 1938 on are available to collectors. The Enoteca has the most complete collection of Barolo in the world with 35.000 bottles of Barolo and the yearly addition of 400 bottles. Giant 19 century chestnut barrels have been reconditioned to age outstanding Barolo like the Barolo Cannubi or various Barolo Riserva. Locanda nel Borgo Antico is set in an hamlet outside Barolo. In this elegant restaurant Chef Camia prepares his signature traditional classic dishes which have earned him a Michelin star. In little more than thirty years, the Ceretto brothers created a 300 acres network of small independent estates producing some outstanding labels. They have sponsored major art projects like the Clemente frescos for their restaurant, the Sol Lewitt Chapel among the vineyards and for their winery in the town of Castiglione Falletto they have created their futuristic wine-tasting glass cube. Top wines are Bricco Rocche, Brunate and Prapo’. You will stay in the Hotel Villa Beccaris an 18th century palazzo surrounded by vineyards near the historic town of Monforte DAlba. 3 Burlotto sisters run the Castle which their grandfather bought from the first King of Italy. The family restored and maintains the original frescos and furniture. Here cooking lesson in classic Piedmontese dishes are conducted. The winery has some of the oldest vintages in the region dating back from 1850. Top wines are Verduno Basadone, Barbaresco Rabaja’ and the Dolcetto D’Alba Campot. A truly royal lunch is served in the castle courtyard. Pietro Ratti runs the business founded by his father in the 60’s. Today this state of the arts winery produces an outstanding Barolo Marcenasco. In the medieval town of La Morra on top of a hillside sits an old castle, now the restaurant Belvedere with spectacular views of the Barolo hills all the way to the alps. The Bovio family that owns it produces an outstanding Barolo. Copyright Christina Tours, LLC less

Beer + Holiday =perfection in Broome, Australia.

Matso's is the Kimberleys award winning microbrewery and is a true Broome treasure. The range of award winning beers include Hit the Toad premium lag…moreMatso's is the Kimberleys award winning microbrewery and is a true Broome treasure. The range of award winning beers include Hit the Toad premium lager, Monsoonal Blonde wheat beer, Smokey Bishop dark lager or Matso's famous alcoholic Ginger Beer, all with a local flavour that helps visitors instantly relax into Broome time. The Kimberley lifestyle, climate and natural environment is unique and unfettered, with the objective to create beers of individuality that will reflect the region. With the knowledge and wisdom of "Old World" brewing to draw from, and the imagination and innovation of "New World" brewers as its inspiration, Matso's aims to forge the future of Australian beer. www.westernaustralia.com/australiaway less

Luxury Wine Tour of Umbria

Luxury Wine Tour of Umbria

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Umbria , untouched by mass tourism , has preserved the magic of its past and the richness of its tradition. Etruscans and Romans made wine here 2,500…moreUmbria , untouched by mass tourism , has preserved the magic of its past and the richness of its tradition. Etruscans and Romans made wine here 2,500 years ago. Today on this magical Luxury wine tour you’ll meet the great winemakers continuing the great tradition, its great chefs and the great artists of its past. Your trip start in the middle of stunning vineyards outside Perugia at the luxurious Borgo Brufa resort Set in a highly panoramic position . The Goretti estate has its wine tastings in an imposing 14th Century tower , symbol of the winery. Outstanding wines are the L’Arringatore and their awarded Sagrantino grown in Montefalco. Taste the wines with a lunch al fresco with great views of Perugia. Starting from its central square with the cathedral, the Palace of the notaries and Fontana maggiore Perugia will stun you with its perfect Renaissance architecture. At the Hotel 3 Vaselle owned by the lungarotti family Multi-award Chef Domenico D’Imperio holds his Umbrian Cooking Lessons.here he show show to make classic Frascarelli with tomato sauce and basil, You’ll visit the Lungarotti winery, a pioneer in winemaking in Umbria. The winery founded in the 60’s by Giorgio Lungarotti is run today by 3 Lungarotti sisters. taste its excellent , Rubesco Riserva , The Wine museum run by the Lungarotti Foundation is a history lesson on the making and drinking of wine with a world class collection of art works ranging from ancient books to ceramics. The Sportoletti brothers own 40 acres on the hills of Spello and Assisi Taste their great Assisi rosso and taste the food prepared by mrs sportoletti or the Villa Fidelia Bianco Assisi is a dazzling city that will draw you into an enchanted time warp experience. It has managed to preserved most of its medieval buildings andUnesco declared it a World Heritage site. Frescoes by Giottos adorn the Basilica of St Francis of Assisi. you’ll stay at the Roccafiore Luxury Resort Right across from beautiful todi This is a rich and comfortable rural farm house with its own winery where youll taste their Rosso Sangiovese.and a cuisine thats a blend of home made and sophistication. Cantina Peppucci is is a small family business housed in the 13th Century St Antimo Abbey in a spectacular settino and considered one of the most fascinating architectural jewels of Medieval Umbria Taste their excellent Petroro Red, Montorsolo Grechetto di Todi, Alter Ego Red. Visit Mr Todini’s winery and Taste the superb Nero della Cervara then have lunch at his resort with great views of Colli Martani. Todi is another medieval jewel. The Captain’s palace and the Prior’s Palace face the sloping main square, one of the most picturesque in Italy. Todi is regularly used as a film set. Taste the simple foods of Umbria whose ingredients and preparation have remained traditional and flavours are brought out singing with their wines to in perfect harmony. Orvieto’s wine history runs thu history from the Etruscan in 7th century bc. To the magnificent medieval cathedral from the 12th century with carvings of vines on its front Inside enjoy great frescoes by fra angelico and signorelli You’ll be staying at Locanda Palazzone, a 13th century palazzo turned luxury resort surrounded by vynyards with great views of Orvieto.. It is owned by Giovanni and Ludovico Dubini who also own the attached winery . They are the only producers who age Orvieto Taste their great food and wines like Terre Vineate, campo del Guardiano. Owned by enologist brothers Enzo and Riccardo Cotarella the Falesco estate is home to great experimentation with old vinesTop wines are. Vitiano and Ferentano. Wine was grown on the Decugnano Hills since the 13th century. Decugnano dei Barbi makes a unique sparkling wine for which they are famous and ages it in cellars exavated in the lava rock. Taste the brut Decugnano Pinot Nero and have lunch al fresco around the pool. Castello della sala owned by the antinoris is a 1000 acres estate centered on a restored Medieval Castle built in the 14th Century, The castle’s tasting room feels like Henry the VIII could come in any time. Among their top wine is Cervaro della Sala.Tasting: Cervaro della Sala, , Muffato della Sala, e Pinot Nero Sagrantino is exclusively grown in the Montefalco and Bevagna area by no more than 20 growers. Marco Capri is one of the architects of its success . In the 1970’s Caprai took an ancient dessert wine and experimenting with the vine created the first Sagrantino red. Top wine is its a warded Sagrantino Collepiano. Wines: Sagrantino di Montefalco DOCG, Sagrantino di Montefalco Collepiano DOCG, Montefalco Rosso DOC, Grecante Grechetto Colli Martini DOC In the midst of Montefalco’s main square the enoteca Alchimista is true to its name concoting inimagined flavours out of classic umbrian recipes. In Montefalco visit the St. Francis Church and its remarkable frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli. Paolo Bea’s family roots in Montefalco go back to the 1500’s.The small, still artisanal production focuses on organic farming barring chemicals in the vinyard. Wines tasting: Sagrantino di Montefalco DOCG, Montefalco Rosso Riserva DOC St Chiara, Rosso de Veo, , Montefalco DOC Rosso. Meet Salvatore Denaro,a chef who grows all of his own food, does not have a menu and parties every night with his patrons. A true fellinian character and an unforgettable experience. Copyright Christina Tours, LLC less

Umbria Wine Tour promo

Umbria Wine Tour promo

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Umbria , untouched by mass tourism , has preserved the magic and richness of its past. So Let iexplore guide you on this magical Luxury wine tour wh…moreUmbria , untouched by mass tourism , has preserved the magic and richness of its past. So Let iexplore guide you on this magical Luxury wine tour where you’ll meet the great winemakers, the great chefs and the great artists of this land…. Your trip start in the middle of stunning vineyards right outside Perugia at the luxurious start Borgo Brufa resort. Tasting at the Goretti winery is in their 14th century tower where you’ll drink their colliperugini and sagrantino and have lunch in full view of Perugia. Perugia will stun you with its perfect renaissance architecture. Chef Imperio will introduce you to Umbrian cooking at his cooking school. You’ll visit Lungarotti, a pioneer in winemaking in Umbria and taste its excellent Rubesco. You’ll love its world class wine museum. Taste Sportoletti great red Assisi Rosso. Assisi is a dazzling city that will draw you into an enchanted time warp experience. Right across from beautiful Todi you’ll stay at the Roccafiore Luxury Resort with its own winery and a cuisine that is a blend of home made and sophistication. At Cantina Peppucci housed in a 13th century abbey you’ll taste their excellent Petroro Red. Taste the superb Nero della Cervara with Mr Todini then have lunch at his resort with a view. Todi is so picturesque it feels like a movie set. Taste the simple foods of Umbria where ingredients and preparation have remained traditional and flavours are brought out singing with their wines to in perfect harmony. Orvieto’s wine history goes back to the Etruscan and the cathedral carvings of vines from the 13th century bear witness to this tradition. You’ll be staying at Locanda Palazzone owned by the Dubini brothers is a 13th century palazzo turned into a luxry resort surrounded by vineyards. The brothers make superb whites like Terre Vineate. Decugnano dei Barbi makes a unique Decugnano brut and ages it in cellar exacavetd in the lava rock. Castello della sala owned by the antinoris is a 1000 acres estate with top wines like cervaro della sala. Sagrantino is only grown in Montefalco area and marco Capri is one of the architects of its success with its warded Sagrantino Collepiano. Taste the food and wine of Montefalco and then view the remarkable frescos by Benozzo Gozzoli in the Museum of St Francis. Paolo Bea’s family has been on these hills since the 1500’s and he makes sagrantino with a great commitment to environmental standards. Meet Salvatore Denaro, a true fellinian chef who grows all of his own food and parties with his patrons. After this magical tour with iexplore.com, Umbria will stay with you forever. For more information on this privately guided, dream luxury wine tour call us at 1-800 iexplore or visit iexplore.com less

Apulia Wine Tour promo

Apulia Wine Tour promo

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The region of Apulia with 1000 hours more sunlight a year than the rest of the country make superb wines.Let iexplore guide you on this magical Luxu…moreThe region of Apulia with 1000 hours more sunlight a year than the rest of the country make superb wines.Let iexplore guide you on this magical Luxury wine tour. You ‘ll toast with top winemakers and will be dazzled by Apulia’s richness of wine, art and food…. Right next to Castel del Monte is the Rivera winery and the unique terrain here is the reason for outstanding wines like Falcone. Mr. Cocevola with a working farm near the Castle produces also a superior wines likeVandalo. The restaurant Corte in Fiore in Trani has won many awards.You will love it. Trani boasts a spectacular 13th Century Cathedrals right on the Adriatic sea water with splendid frescoes and mosaics. You’ll be staying at a 500 year old farmhouse locally called Masseria hidden in the midst of an ancient olive grove. Today Masseria Torre Coccaro is a 5 star resort where you’ll begin to understand the magical allure of Puglia. Alberobello is famous for its 1,500 conical trulli homes. Today it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site. Stroll through the hilltop town of Martina Franca, a beautiful baroque city full of great churches and palazzos. Enjoy Masseria Torre Coccaro’s private beach on the Adriatic sea. Or retreat to their cool spa built in a cave. Ostuni known as "the White Town" is an architectural jewel with a striking medieval cathedral and endless winding streets to get lost in. At Torre Coccaro the Chef will seduce you with his delicious cuisine. Be wisked by private boat for a swim in the crystal-water coves of Monopoli. Brindisi has been a major wine grower since roman times. Luigi Rubino holds his wine tasting at the restaurant Penny in a 12th Century building in order to highlight food pairing. Be swept away by his superb red called Torre Testa . Cantine Due Palme, is a co-operative of 1,000 growers specializing in local grape varieties. Taste their top wine Selvarossa with the enologyst and Director Angelo Maci. Lecce is nicknamed "The Florence of the South" because of the rich Baroque architectural monuments carved out of the local white stone. In Lecce you’ll stay at the Hotel Risorgimento, a five star Luxury Hotel in a spectacular 18th Century Palace in the heart of town . Have lunch at Atenze a landmark restaurant housed in a baroque palace with superb Apulian specialties. Taste Leone de Castris Salice Salentino Donna Lisa, the top wine of the collection. You’ll enjoy spectacular views of the harbour from Palazzo Papaleo, your own 5 star palazzo . Explore Otranto and its medieval monuments. After this magical tour with iexplore.com, Apulia will have carved out a place in your heart forever. For more information on this privately guided, dream luxury wine tour call us at 1-800 iexplore or visit iexplore.com less

Luxury Wine Tour of Apulia

Luxury Wine Tour of Apulia

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The region of Apulia at the heel of Italy has 1000 hours more sunlight a year than the rest of the country and its local sun drenched grapes make sup…moreThe region of Apulia at the heel of Italy has 1000 hours more sunlight a year than the rest of the country and its local sun drenched grapes make superb wines. On this trip you will meet some of the top winemakers of the region, taste their wines and be dazzled by Apulia’s undiscovered richness of wine, food and art . Join us on this spectacular tour. Castel del Monte in Andria is a 13th Century castle and a Unesco World Heritage Site. Carlo de Corato, Rivera’s owner says the unique terrain around the Castle combined with the cool breezes coming down from the Balkans are the reason for outstanding wines like Falcone. You’ll also taste other top wines like Cappellacio and Rupicolo. Mr. Cocevola oversees the working farm, and winery near Castel del Monte producing superior wines likeVandalo. Other good wines are Rosso Cocevola, Pampanuto and Il Tratto. La Corte in Fiore, Trani. Housed in a 16th Century building, this restaurant has won many awards for its seafood specialties. You will love it. Trani is a medieval town built on the Adriatic Sea with one of the most spectacular 13th Century Cathedrals right on the water. You’ll have special access to the cript with splendid frescoes and mosaics. Hidden in the midst of an ancient olive grove this 500 year old Masseria where you will be staying has been a fortress, a farm and a refuge for pilgrims. Today Masseria Torre Coccaro is a 5 star resort, a sublime mixture of Apulian rusticity and world class luxury where you’ll begin to understand the magical allure of Puglia. Alberobello is famous for its 1,500 conical trulli homes. Today it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy strolling through the hilltop town of Martina Franca, a beautiful baroque city full of great churches and palazzos from the 17th and 18th century. Small fishing boats deliver the fish daily to the door of L’Ancora Restaurant built on the rocks right on the sea in Monopoli. Enjoy “crudo”, the Italian equivalent of sushi or their cooked specialties. Enjoy a free afternoon at Masseria Torre Coccaro with its own private beach on the Adriatic sea. For further pampering retreat to a cool spa built in in an underground cave. Ostuni known as "the White Town" is an architectural jewel with a striking medieval cathedral and endless winding streets to get lost in before your first glass of wine. At Torre Coccaro the Chef displays his remarkable skills at blending tradition with innovation using just picked seasonal foods grown locally on Coccaro’s land. A private yacht takes guests for swims in the crystal-water coves of Monopoli. Brindisi was a major port city during Roman times and a column still marks the end of the Appian way. Rubino is a family owned winemaker in Brindisi growing local varieties in vinyeards near the Adriatic sea. Luigi Rubino holds his wine tasting at the restaurant Penny, a hot spot on the harbour, housed in a 12th Century building in order to highlight food pairing. Enjoy a lunch with orecchiette, a local pasta specialty with fresh tomatoes and basil that works well with the red negroamaro. Then artichoke ravioli with shrimps sauteed in garlic and slivers of parmesan and tagliolini sauteed with squid and crabmeat, both served with the white malvasia called Giancola. Giancola is a beach on the Adriatic and the sea breezes give it its unique character. Rubino revived a 2000 year old indigenous vine called Sussumaniello producing a superb red called Torre Testa to be paired with red meat and aged cheeses. Cantine Due Palme in Cellino San Marco, is a co-operative of 1,000 growers specializing in local grape varieties like Negroamaro, Malvasia Nera and Primitivo. The Top wines Primitivo Ettamiano, Red Salice Talentino, Canonico Negroamaro, have consistently been winning awards. Taste their top wine Selvarossa with the enologyst and Winery Director Angelo Maci. Lecce is nicknamed "The Florence of the South" Because of the rich Baroque architectural monuments carved out of the local white stone. In Lecce you’ll stay at the Hotel Risorgimento, a five star Luxury Hotel in a spectacular 18th Century Palace in the heart of town . Have lunch at Atenze a landmark restaurant housed in a baroque palace with superb Apulian specialties. Go out on the town. Lecce at nite is a throbbing city in a magical setting. The original Leone de Castris was a Spanish nobleman who bought 10 thousand acres in 1665 planting olive trees and vines. The most famous is Five Roses born during World War II in discarded GI’s beer bottles when the wine became popular with U.S. top military brass. Taste the top wine of the collection: the Salice Salentino Donna Lisa. You’ll enjoy spectacular views of the harbour from your Palazzo Papaleo, a 5 star hotel in a 17th Century palazzo next to the Cathedral. Walk around Otranto, a bustling sea side town with remarkable monuments from the Middle Ages. Meet the fishing boats as they unload their catch at the harbour with Chef Massimo of Vico Lopez Restaurant. You will pick the fish to eat at his restaurant that night. After this magical tour Apulia will have carved out a place in your heart forever. copyright Christinatours,LLC 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

Baz Luhrmann's Australia - following in the footsteps of the stars

Australia will hit the big screens in the UK on Boxing Day. This eagerly anticipated drama tells the story of an English aristocrat, Lady Sarah …moreAustralia will hit the big screens in the UK on Boxing Day. This eagerly anticipated drama tells the story of an English aristocrat, Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman), and a rough-hewn cattle drover (Hugh Jackman) who drive 1,500 herd of cattle across Northern Australia. Most of the film was shot in the Northern Territory and Western Australia, and the cast and crew spent months here making the scenes look suitably spectacular. But just what did they get up to, and where did they hang out? This video follows in the footsteps of Nicole, Hugh and Baz, and also includes some great clips from the film. For more information on the Northern Territory or Western Australia visit www.australiasoutback.com and www.westernaustralia.com. less

Yukuro Hot Spring in Niseko Japan

Yukuro Hot Spring in Niseko Japan

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Onsen’s are a traditional Japanese natural thermal hot spring and the therapeutic water rises from deep within the earth. Yukuro Onsen is the most po…moreOnsen’s are a traditional Japanese natural thermal hot spring and the therapeutic water rises from deep within the earth. Yukuro Onsen is the most popular in Niseko and is a great way to relax the body after a hard days boarding or skiing. less

Helsinki's old market

Helsinki's old market

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a walk around the old market gives you a glimpse of every day finnish life, and a chance to pick up a few snacks to enjoy in the many parks located …morea walk around the old market gives you a glimpse of every day finnish life, and a chance to pick up a few snacks to enjoy in the many parks located around the city. less

Vestas: a new philosophy of hospitality.

Vestas: a new philosophy of hospitality.

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The VESTAS HOTELS & RESORTS group is considered a leader and an innovator in Hotel design and management. It runs three very distinct Hotels in Le…moreThe VESTAS HOTELS & RESORTS group is considered a leader and an innovator in Hotel design and management. It runs three very distinct Hotels in Lecce. Each hotel fulfills the needs of its own particular market segment, complementing however the others in their interpretation of the new philosophy of hospitality. RISORGIMENTO RESORT ***** The Risorgimento Resort, housed in an 18th century building, has been reopened: with its breathtaking views over the historical centre of Lecce, the Hotel has been restored to a new glory. From the spa to the à la carte restaurant, from the pleasures of the body to the pleasures of the palate, everything has been exquisitely thought out for the most demanding guests . An out-of-the-ordinary backdrop for the splendid artistic scenery of this environment . 47 rooms ( 15 Deluxe, 12 Superior, 13 Executive, 4 Junior Suite, 2 Executive Suite with jacuzzi on private terrace, 1 Presidential Suite). HOTEL PRESIDENT **** Comfort, quality, hospitality, professionalism – these are the four stars the Hotel President has guaranteed its clients 1973. The spacious and prestigious structure is a favourite reference point for the business clientele. With a Congress Centre complete with all the main audio, visual and multimedia equipment . All this near Piazza Mazzini, in the very heart of the city. Its unique retro 70's look reminiscent of Miami' South Beach makes it interesting for the fashionable crowd too. 150 rooms (Presidential Suite, 25 Junior Suite, 122 Superior) EOS HOTEL *** This hotel has been used as experiment in the successful transformation of the 3 star category, a new hotel concept: it combines tradition with innovation, with each of its thirty rooms designed by a different architects. The Eos Hotel, situated in the immediate surroundings of the historic centre, is perfect for the young and dynamic tourist. 30 Superior rooms. www.vestashotels.it less

Lungarotti: wine,olive oil and Chef Imperio

Lungarotti: wine,olive oil and Chef Imperio

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Torgiano Umbria. This is the Lungarotti kigdom. With an estate of 700 acres the Lungarotti family is a leading wine producer in Italy and the region…moreTorgiano Umbria. This is the Lungarotti kigdom. With an estate of 700 acres the Lungarotti family is a leading wine producer in Italy and the region. Its wines are distributed to 35 countries around the world. In Torgiano they operates a wine Museum considered one of the best in the world, an olive oil Museum rich with the history of this Mediterranean staple. They also own a 4 star Hotel restaurant called Le 3 Vaselle. Here chef Domenico Imperio with many national awards to his name creates outstanding dishes for the restaurant. Here at the 3 Vaselle he shares his knowledge and recipes . less

Eden Rock Resort in the Tuscan Hills

Eden Rock Resort in the Tuscan Hills

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Just a few kilometers from Florence, in the hills below Fiesole, with a full view of the Duomo is the charming residence hotel called Eden Rock. …moreJust a few kilometers from Florence, in the hills below Fiesole, with a full view of the Duomo is the charming residence hotel called Eden Rock. Built by world famous race car driver Clemente Biondetti in the 50’s and carved into the rugged mountain that frames it, the Eden Rock is a modern version of the many castles which dot the tuscan country site. With a beaituful pool and Jacuzzi,an open air lobby dug out of the rock and covered with copper tiles, it has 13 suites in all with every comfort plus a cellar club stocked with vintage wine from Tuscany. And just a few minutes way Florence beckons in all its glory. Via Bolognese Nuova, 7 50139 Firenze (FI), Italy +39 055 400331 www.edenrockresort.it www.epoquehotels.com less

Ceretto: art, food and Barolo

Ceretto: art, food and Barolo

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Alba in Piedmont is a very small town but it’s big in 3 areas: Art…. Food, being the world capital of black and white truffles and Wine, producing wo…moreAlba in Piedmont is a very small town but it’s big in 3 areas: Art…. Food, being the world capital of black and white truffles and Wine, producing world reknown Barolo right here. The Ceretto family in Alba is literally and seriously involved in all 3 area. Established wine growers for 70 years they also own their own upscale restaurants and have enlisted major world artists to decorate their building. This never consecrated psychedelic chapel was painted by Saul Lewitt in 1999. Their winery is in nearby Castiglione Falletto, an old medieval town. However true to their adventurous spirit they picked Turin architect De Abate to design their modern building with a glass cube for the tasting room. On these hils on 20 acres they produce 3 outstanding Barolos which have won the company many awards: Bricco Rocche, Prapo and Brunate. So for their Piazza Duomo restaurant they picked Enrico Crippa, an awarded chef who paints beautiful dishes in the kitchen and the artist Francesco Clemente who painted the walls. Of course their Barolo is always on the table. The Chef explains that the fresco it represents happiness, the vineyard, nature and freedom. He also remembers that Clemente was painting with natural colors, made with flowers and natural herbs so while painting the room always filled up with insects and bees which were following the scent as if they were in an open field instead of a room in the center of town. less

Hotel Pulitzer in Rome's EUR

Hotel Pulitzer in Rome's EUR

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A new Hotel Pulitzer has recently opened in Rome in the EUR business center. Good taste and elegance are the key notes of the interior design of this…moreA new Hotel Pulitzer has recently opened in Rome in the EUR business center. Good taste and elegance are the key notes of the interior design of this contemporary hotel, together with elements echoing those of its sister hotel of the same name in Barcelona. It has 83 rooms on 6 floors, most with private terrace, providing all the functionality and comfort you will need during your stay in the city. The hotel also has a bar in the lobby, fitness room and two meeting rooms, perfectly appointed with the latest-generation equipment and with free WiFi internet connection. The Hotel Pulitzer is just a short distance from the impressive sights and attractions of Rome, one of the world’s most appealing and historic cities. A bus stop and metro station are just a few steps from the hotel. Viale Marconi Guglielmo, 903 00146 Roma (RM), Italy +39 06 598591 www.hotelpulitzer.it www.epoquehotels.com less

10 Best: Cambodia-Phnom Penh, "Capital of Asia"

Phnom Penh, on the banks of 3 rivers Tonlé Sap, Mekong, and Bassac rivers was once called “The Capital of Asia”. Today it is fast becoming a a modern…morePhnom Penh, on the banks of 3 rivers Tonlé Sap, Mekong, and Bassac rivers was once called “The Capital of Asia”. Today it is fast becoming a a modern metropolis with a hectic nite life. The oldest attraction is the Wat Phnom constructed in 1373. The legend about the building of the Wat Phnom is tied to the founding of this city. People come to the temple burning money and bringing food offerings.The bird sellers at the temples will let you buy a bird and let it free. The French came upon invitation from the King of Cambodia who was afraid of a Thai invasion in the late 1900. They stayed until 1953 and left their mark with large boulevards and luxurious colonial villas. They built the historic Hotel Le Royale which is now part of the Raffles chain and In the 30’s they built the train station, an impressive deco building. The French also built the Central market Phsar Thom Thmei. This market was built in a monumental deco style in 1937 and is a Phnom Penh landmark with its large dome visible from all over the city. The Independence monument was built by the famous Cambodian architect Vann Molyvann in 1953 as a lotus shaped stupa to celebrate Cambodia liberation from the French. Another must see attraction is the Royal Palace built in the mid 1800’s on the banks of the Tonle Sap river; It serves as the home of King Norodom Sihamoni and former King Norodom Sihanouk. The National Museum, was built during the French colonial era in the classical Khmer style has a spectacular collection of Khmer antiquities from the golden age of Khmer culture. Hosted and narrated by Roberto Mitrotti 10 Best highlights the best things to do in a city or country. For more information visit http://www.cambodia.org less

Munich vs Managua

Munich vs Managua

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This is an experimental travel video which serves as a social commentary on two distinctly different cultures.

Prana Spa in Bali

Prana Spa in Bali

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One of Asia's most unique spas, PRANA recently won the Spa Asia Design Award. Inspired by the legendary Moguls of Rajasthan, the designers of PRANA S…moreOne of Asia's most unique spas, PRANA recently won the Spa Asia Design Award. Inspired by the legendary Moguls of Rajasthan, the designers of PRANA SPA- Australian owner and painter Jim Elliott and New Zealand Sculptor Rhan Hall, sought to blend Indian Palacial complexity with Moroccan rustic simplicity. PRANA SPA ushers you into a world of divine opulence. A relaxed, exotic and dramatic atmosphere awaits you, transforming the mundane into the sensuous... less

Cascade Springs in Vanuatu

Cascade Springs in Vanuatu

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A visit to Mele Cascades waterfall is an amazing experience. You can swim under the cascade itself or in any of the 5 pools which all are an outpouri…moreA visit to Mele Cascades waterfall is an amazing experience. You can swim under the cascade itself or in any of the 5 pools which all are an outpouring of a deep underground spring with water that is cool, clear and refreshing. less

ERIN 411! Destination: Around Reno

ERIN 411! Destination: Around Reno

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In this episode, I'm taking you around Reno to the places the locals go. Using the annual Reno News and Review Best of Northern Nevada Guide, I'm hit…moreIn this episode, I'm taking you around Reno to the places the locals go. Using the annual Reno News and Review Best of Northern Nevada Guide, I'm hitting up the places we voted as the best so when you come to town you know exactly where the locals play. You won't waste anytime in the tourist traps because I'm showing you the place to find Reno's best margarita, vegetarian food, and more. ERIN 411! The Show You Need To Know (because it's awesome) less

Buggy Fun in Vanuatu...

Buggy Fun in Vanuatu...

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Amelia checks out this awesome adventure, taking her off road in the muddy jungle & along some amazing beaches....

Bahia de Bluefields 2

Bahia de Bluefields 2

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Bluefields is a town that gets its livelihood from fishing the waters of the Lagoon. Yet the modern day contamination has threatened Bluefields´ way…moreBluefields is a town that gets its livelihood from fishing the waters of the Lagoon. Yet the modern day contamination has threatened Bluefields´ way of life. less

Bali : Kudeta Restaurant

Bali : Kudeta Restaurant

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Kudeta restaurant is located on the beach in the busy bustling Jalan Laksmana, in Seminyak. This place is uber funky and cool. Chill out on the sun …moreKudeta restaurant is located on the beach in the busy bustling Jalan Laksmana, in Seminyak. This place is uber funky and cool. Chill out on the sun lounges during the day, sip cocktails and watch the sunset at dusk or taste the amazing delights on offer from an international menu. Once the sun goes down Kudeta turns in to a awesome place to party the night away with funky house music and dont forget the famous White Party's.. less

African Festival 8

African Festival 8

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In this travel video clip see how these women from africa make a very representative dance of they lifestyle and culture that they have in they home.

African Festival 7

African Festival 7

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In this travel video clip african warriors shows us the way they compete for power and respect in they tribe and who can become a roller and head of …moreIn this travel video clip african warriors shows us the way they compete for power and respect in they tribe and who can become a roller and head of the tribe for the next generation. less

African Festival 6

African Festival 6

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In this video clip african men and women make a representative dancing of they country and culture.

African Festival 4

African Festival 4

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In this travel video clip and african guy get his girl and after he was capture by the big boss of the tribe who punish him.

African Festival 3

African Festival 3

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In this travel video series african tribe is making a show to the world about they culture and the joy they live in dancing and celebrating this acti…moreIn this travel video series african tribe is making a show to the world about they culture and the joy they live in dancing and celebrating this activity. less

African Festival 2

African Festival 2

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In this travel video clip see how african people in a big time presentation and festival of the way they can express them self in a cultural way to t…moreIn this travel video clip see how african people in a big time presentation and festival of the way they can express them self in a cultural way to the people and the whole world. less

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 11

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 11

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In this travel video series, visit the Carolina Beach State Park, one of the only place in North America where you can find the Carnivorous Vinus fli…moreIn this travel video series, visit the Carolina Beach State Park, one of the only place in North America where you can find the Carnivorous Vinus flies trop growing in the wild. less

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 9

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 9

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Take a birds eye view of the area beauty where we see the Bodie Lighthouse that was built in 1872. Next is the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, offer…moreTake a birds eye view of the area beauty where we see the Bodie Lighthouse that was built in 1872. Next is the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, offer recreational opportunities for everyone so you can come and enjoy a nice time also with your family. less

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 8

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 8

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See all different kind of birds that we found in our exploration all around the refuge, Visiting the refuge in the evening time or early mourning you…moreSee all different kind of birds that we found in our exploration all around the refuge, Visiting the refuge in the evening time or early mourning you will see spot a Black Bear. less

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 7

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 7

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At Roanoke Island N.C. we find the Elizabeth II, a new representation of the original vessel that sale to the new world from England. Then we head t…moreAt Roanoke Island N.C. we find the Elizabeth II, a new representation of the original vessel that sale to the new world from England. Then we head to explore the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, where you can can explore the refuge by canoe and see all kind of creatures in t his place. less

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 1

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 1

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In this travel video clip, see the Wright Brothers National Memorial, where was also the place they did they're first flight. Also few feet away from…moreIn this travel video clip, see the Wright Brothers National Memorial, where was also the place they did they're first flight. Also few feet away from there we find people who come to this place to flight kite while others come to fly. less

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Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 5

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In this travel video series you can find a nice place to rent for a vacation with a place fron to the beach, here our guide Scott explain us. Also se…moreIn this travel video series you can find a nice place to rent for a vacation with a place fron to the beach, here our guide Scott explain us. Also see the Currituck Lighthouse was built 1895, and the Wild hurses that they have. less

Rv Adventure Natural Wonders 3

Rv Adventure Natural Wonders 3

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In this travel video series, see the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge and the habitat for the different kind of species that live there and th…moreIn this travel video series, see the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge and the habitat for the different kind of species that live there and the poisonous cotton mouth snake, and the way he protect his territory. less

Rv Adventure Natural Wonders 2

Rv Adventure Natural Wonders 2

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In this travel video series, we now reach to Virginia beach where we find peace and quiet in the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and false Cape St…moreIn this travel video series, we now reach to Virginia beach where we find peace and quiet in the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and false Cape State Park where we get to meet Kile Barbour the park manager who gives us description bout the park and the different kind of creatures you can see in the park. less

Rv Adventure Natural Wonders 4

Rv Adventure Natural Wonders 4

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In this travel video clip see how the dragon flies and learn more about them, also find here the Bold eagle witch do they nesting right here and have…moreIn this travel video clip see how the dragon flies and learn more about them, also find here the Bold eagle witch do they nesting right here and have they young by mid summer. less

Rich Kern Wild Florida 7

Rich Kern Wild Florida 7

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Florida two bigest springs the Silver Spring and Wakala Spring are the major attractions in the state. They are also the largest Springs in the wor…moreFlorida two bigest springs the Silver Spring and Wakala Spring are the major attractions in the state. They are also the largest Springs in the world were we can find all kind of species of fishes, Alligators, snapping turtles, the largest fresh water turtle i the world, who can exceed up to 250 pound. less

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Rich Kern Wild Florida 6

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The purple alligator is the species that depended completely on aquatic life for food. Come visit Florida to see the diverse alligator life.

Rich Kern Wild Florida 5

Rich Kern Wild Florida 5

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In this travel video series also the Shrimp is busy reproducing keeping there eggs tock safely bennett them, then the big water bug who take care of …moreIn this travel video series also the Shrimp is busy reproducing keeping there eggs tock safely bennett them, then the big water bug who take care of his eggs that he has on top of him where the female lays them there then just swims away. less

Rich Kern Wild Florida 4

Rich Kern Wild Florida 4

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In this travel video clip the rain falls with come like good sing for the creatures where the rivers all over the Everglades are overflows and help …moreIn this travel video clip the rain falls with come like good sing for the creatures where the rivers all over the Everglades are overflows and help the vegetation to flourish and for the creatures to fill new habitat where we can find a little fish that gives birth to her chicks alive rather than laying eggs. less

Rich Kern Wild Florida 3

Rich Kern Wild Florida 3

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In this travel video clip come with us over to Lake Okachovi to find the Snale Kite witch is a bird that is totally depended on the water to get his …moreIn this travel video clip come with us over to Lake Okachovi to find the Snale Kite witch is a bird that is totally depended on the water to get his food and then the Red shoulder hawk who kill water snakes, Leopard frogs and other kind of creatures to eat and feed his chicks, also in florida we find the one and only Owl witch nest in the grown and also run rapidly with his long legs. less

Rich Kern Wild Florida 2

Rich Kern Wild Florida 2

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In this travel video series see the way how the Egret birds hunt for small fish under the threes and where all the pelican birds go nesting on the Pe…moreIn this travel video series see the way how the Egret birds hunt for small fish under the threes and where all the pelican birds go nesting on the Pelican Island wild life refuge in Florida. less

Rich Kern Wild Florida 1

Rich Kern Wild Florida 1

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In this travel video series see the morning brakes into the Florida everglades and admire the nature you can find in there, with lots of creature th…moreIn this travel video series see the morning brakes into the Florida everglades and admire the nature you can find in there, with lots of creature that come out with the sunrise. less

Charming Austria (short)

Charming Austria (short)

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Austria is a place of rich mountain traditions, skiing, dance, and food. Come enjoy the sensual pleasures. Travel video clip directed by by Curt …moreAustria is a place of rich mountain traditions, skiing, dance, and food. Come enjoy the sensual pleasures. Travel video clip directed by by Curt Faudon. less

Austria: Discover the Joy

Austria: Discover the Joy

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Austria is a place of rich mountain traditions, skiing, dance, and food. Travel video clip directed by by Curt Faudon.

Austria: Dance and Dine

Austria: Dance and Dine

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Austria's food is a movement and celebration of its history and aristocratic culture. Cakes, Wine, and traditional dance fill this ecclectic travel …moreAustria's food is a movement and celebration of its history and aristocratic culture. Cakes, Wine, and traditional dance fill this ecclectic travel video by Curt Faudon. less

Snow Dance: Austria

Snow Dance: Austria

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Austria's winter season brings movement of cross country skiers, and a traditional costumed dance. Directed by Curt Faudon

Austria: Dance of the Season

Austria: Dance of the Season

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Austria's Dances through the seasons; from it snow covered costumes, to he maypole dances of the incoming spring. Directed by Curt Faudon

Austria: City Dance

Austria: City Dance

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Austria's water falls from the skies like magic, flows down the rivers, and crashes in a crescendo of human movement. Directed by Curt Faudon

Austria: City Dance

Austria: City Dance

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Austria is country of movement; appreciate the eclectic European dance styles shot by renowned director Curt Faudon

The Champagne Region

The Champagne Region

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Champagne was invented in the Marne area East of Paris by a monk called Dom Perignon in the 17th Century. The rest is history!

Learn Czech with fun in Olomouc

Learn Czech with fun in Olomouc

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Theatre workshop for students of Summer School of Slavonic Languages in Olomouc / Czech Republic. The workshop is supervised by professional actors o…moreTheatre workshop for students of Summer School of Slavonic Languages in Olomouc / Czech Republic. The workshop is supervised by professional actors of Moravian Theatre in Olomouc. A lot of fun, a lot of learning! Enjoy with olomouc-guide.com less

Brno - the capital of Moravia

Brno - the capital of Moravia

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Video presented by olomouc-guide.com for travelers who wish to explore the second biggest city in the Czech Republic.

Olomouc - gorgeous Czech destination

Olomouc - gorgeous Czech destination

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One of "out off beaten track" destination in the Czech Republic. Full of joy and fun. Often is colled as a "small Prague". Clubs, sightseeing, beer, …moreOne of "out off beaten track" destination in the Czech Republic. Full of joy and fun. Often is colled as a "small Prague". Clubs, sightseeing, beer, and good people could be found there. Watch, Visit, and Enjoy. less

Sunshine Coast in Australia

Sunshine Coast in Australia

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Pristine coastline and lush hinterland, superb cuisine, action and adventure or just the perfect piece of sand on which to chill out...

10 Best: Bangkok- personal Chef at Lebua Hotel

Bua means lotus in Thai and the french"le" before it clearly spells this Hotel mission to be the ultimate in East-West sophistication offering all su…moreBua means lotus in Thai and the french"le" before it clearly spells this Hotel mission to be the ultimate in East-West sophistication offering all suites and amenities like a personal chef cooking in your room featured here. Ranked as "2008 best Luxury Hotel", by Traveler's Choice, Trip Advisor, Lebua at State Tower is located in the heart of Bangkok a few steps from the Chao-Phraya river. This is a different Bangkok from the familiar hustle and bustle one and its restaurant and bar on the 65th floor terrace offer the most breathtaking views of the city. Hosted by Sunida Thirasak, a Bangkok native presently living in New York. less

The everglades 12

The everglades 12

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Now the problem is spreading as Margori S.Douglas tell and explain to us the situation of the Pawns, while we can see for our self the condition of t…moreNow the problem is spreading as Margori S.Douglas tell and explain to us the situation of the Pawns, while we can see for our self the condition of the Everglades and how the creatures are trying to survive in it. less

The everglades 11

The everglades 11

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Ending September and the rainy season is making his start while this bird is bringing in food for his chicks, and after the rainy season the little …moreEnding September and the rainy season is making his start while this bird is bringing in food for his chicks, and after the rainy season the little ones are almost ready to fly and help the mother hunt. less

The everglades 10

The everglades 10

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In this travel video Clip see al the change that the Everglades had during the years destroying the Pawns and the creatures that live in it making th…moreIn this travel video Clip see al the change that the Everglades had during the years destroying the Pawns and the creatures that live in it making them run away from the habitat and others staying and suffering till death. less

The everglades 9

The everglades 9

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The Spoon Bill are now bigger and almost ready to be on they own, but for now mommy is taking care of them, while a little spoon bill is climbing in…moreThe Spoon Bill are now bigger and almost ready to be on they own, but for now mommy is taking care of them, while a little spoon bill is climbing in to a wrong nest and he's been betted by the other mom. less

The everglades 8

The everglades 8

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A new technic to fishing by the snow Egret like a Ballet dancer over the water picking up fishes all over the Everglades, while other birds like the …moreA new technic to fishing by the snow Egret like a Ballet dancer over the water picking up fishes all over the Everglades, while other birds like the Spoon Bills are looking where to make nest. less

The everglades 7

The everglades 7

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It is September and now the dry season has come and the fishes that didn't get to go out with the tied stay to get eaten by the birds you see, this i…moreIt is September and now the dry season has come and the fishes that didn't get to go out with the tied stay to get eaten by the birds you see, this is like a banquet for them. All kind of birds come her e to eat and use all of them different technic to ketch the fishes. less

The everglades 6

The everglades 6

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In this travel video series we found the Cunti that in the years past the Indian used is as a food stable. Also see the species of butterfly like the…moreIn this travel video series we found the Cunti that in the years past the Indian used is as a food stable. Also see the species of butterfly like the zebra butterfly and they life stile, the most commonest kind in there. less

The everglades 5

The everglades 5

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In this travel video series we found the Cunti that in the years past the Indian used is as a food stable. Also see the species of butterfly like the…moreIn this travel video series we found the Cunti that in the years past the Indian used is as a food stable. Also see the species of butterfly like the zebra butterfly and they life stile, the most commonest kind in there. less

The everglades 4

The everglades 4

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In this travel video clip Rich and Judy Kern go into the Everglades to see all the life stile you can find there. The different kind of spiders you …moreIn this travel video clip Rich and Judy Kern go into the Everglades to see all the life stile you can find there. The different kind of spiders you can fine there like the Golden Silk, Jumping Spider. less

The everglades 3

The everglades 3

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In this travel video clip see a little Raccoon trying to find a meal for himself while the American Alligator is watching him. The see the red belie …moreIn this travel video clip see a little Raccoon trying to find a meal for himself while the American Alligator is watching him. The see the red belie turtle is trying hard to get his food, after struggling so hard he gets it, then all the different kind of flowers you can find in and out the water. less

The Everglades 2

The Everglades 2

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In this travel video series see the American Alligator looking for something to eat, many birds that visit her make the Everglades one of the best pl…moreIn this travel video series see the American Alligator looking for something to eat, many birds that visit her make the Everglades one of the best place for bird watching where you can see all king of bird and the way they ketch they own food. less

The Everglades 1

The Everglades 1

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In this travel video series visit the Florida Everglade witch is so vast, grassy one of the most beautiful thing you can see in Miami, finding severa…moreIn this travel video series visit the Florida Everglade witch is so vast, grassy one of the most beautiful thing you can see in Miami, finding several kind of creature that come the to find food and helping the wildlife survive. less

Beneath the Jungle...and Beyond

Beneath the Jungle...and Beyond

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New Program intro on Belize, Guatemala and Honduras.

Golfing Kangaroos

Golfing Kangaroos

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Kangaroos storm the fairways in Victoria, Australia

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators  10

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators 10

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In this travel video clip see how Marty and his assistant Sue gets tangle up with one of the female alligator who wants them out of her home, protect…moreIn this travel video clip see how Marty and his assistant Sue gets tangle up with one of the female alligator who wants them out of her home, protecting her eggs. But finally the get rid of her for while just the time to make they resort, and Sue explain to us her tecnic. After a while see how the young alligator born and the mother take them into the water for the first time. less

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators  9

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators 9

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In this travel video clip see how after the rain the water spread all over the the land and it form island of threes witch the alligator uses to go a…moreIn this travel video clip see how after the rain the water spread all over the the land and it form island of threes witch the alligator uses to go and make nesting, Marty Fleming and his assistant go out to the Everglade national park on a resort for the alligator eggs. less

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators 8

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators 8

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In this travel video clip the rain begins in the month of may for the alligators where it come to them like a big food festival. Where the disperse t…moreIn this travel video clip the rain begins in the month of may for the alligators where it come to them like a big food festival. Where the disperse there self all over the place looking for food and where to make they next nest. less

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators  7

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators 7

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In this travel video series see how a female alligator grown for a male and then a big male herd the noise half mile away and response to her call bu…moreIn this travel video series see how a female alligator grown for a male and then a big male herd the noise half mile away and response to her call but there are another male who wants to complicate the situation but so far after calling for each other the get together. less

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators 6

Rich Kern's Nature Series, Alligators 6

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In this travel video series the alligator are all together in this swamp, where the are demonstrating who domain in the swamp. Some times they are ig…moreIn this travel video series the alligator are all together in this swamp, where the are demonstrating who domain in the swamp. Some times they are ignored but some other times they are noticed by others and it can turn in to violence loosing some part of they body. less

Coriole Winery in South Australia

Coriole Winery in South Australia

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Wine Planet checks out Coriole winery set in the "Seaview" sub region of the McLaren Vale Wine District in South Australia. Coriole Vineyards was…moreWine Planet checks out Coriole winery set in the "Seaview" sub region of the McLaren Vale Wine District in South Australia. Coriole Vineyards was established by the Lloyd family in 1967, in hills overlooking the McLaren Vale wine region and Gulf St Vincent. The area is one of Australia's oldest and best-known wine districts. The original vineyard at Coriole was planted in 1920. Further plantings were added in the late 1960's and 1990's. With its three specialities being Shiraz, Sangiovese and Chenin Blanc. less

Made in London

Made in London

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In this travel video series see the London fashion designers in Stockholm

10 Best: Bangkok- The six-hour dress

10 Best: Bangkok- The six-hour dress

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The 10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. They say that you can get a suit or a dress made in Hong…moreThe 10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. They say that you can get a suit or a dress made in Hong Kong in 12 hours. Bangkok is very competitive and will do the same in half the time. Our hostess Sunida puts this claim to the test and gets a dress made in six hours at James Fashion. Hosted by Sunida Thirasak, a Bangkok native now living in New York. less

South Island Wineries

South Island Wineries

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New Zealand South Island counts more than 70 wineries in the Malborough area. These vinyards benefit for a stony alluvial soil that has superior drai…moreNew Zealand South Island counts more than 70 wineries in the Malborough area. These vinyards benefit for a stony alluvial soil that has superior drainage, perfect for growing the sauvignon blanc favored in this region. Produced by Sidney and mary Lee Nolan for Compulsive Traveler. less

North Island Wineries

North Island Wineries

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New Zealand's wines were unknown to the rest of the world until the 1980's because local consumption was limited by the restrictive laws about drinki…moreNew Zealand's wines were unknown to the rest of the world until the 1980's because local consumption was limited by the restrictive laws about drinking wine with food. When the laws were relaxed in the 60's, a domestic market was born and grapes became a suitable crop for development. Produced by Sidney and Mary Lee Nolan for Compulsive Traveler. less

Melbourne and Yarra Valley wines

Melbourne and Yarra Valley wines

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The Yarra Valley is Melbourne's breadbasket and one of the country's top wine producers with over 40 wineries delivering everything from excellent Ca…moreThe Yarra Valley is Melbourne's breadbasket and one of the country's top wine producers with over 40 wineries delivering everything from excellent Cabernet Sauvignon to a good bubbly made by the Australian wing of Moet & Chandon. The area is also known for one of the most scenic routes along the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide. Produced by Sid and Mary Lee Nolan for Compulsive Traveler. less

Hunter Valley wines

Hunter Valley wines

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The famous Hunter Valley wine producing region begins 70 miles North of Sidney. This is the oldest wine producing area since 1825.Good soil and ample…moreThe famous Hunter Valley wine producing region begins 70 miles North of Sidney. This is the oldest wine producing area since 1825.Good soil and ample rains make this a perfect environment for growing a wide range of grapes. Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay are the most popular wines here. Produced by Sidney and Mary Lee Nolan for Compulsive Traveler. less

The Niseko Powder Experience

The Niseko Powder Experience

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With a mere 8% water quantity, Niseko snow is always drier, providing some of the most exhilarating powder skiing and snowboarding experiences anywhe…moreWith a mere 8% water quantity, Niseko snow is always drier, providing some of the most exhilarating powder skiing and snowboarding experiences anywhere in the world. It is not unusual for guests to find themselves enveloped in snow, or as we say, "experiencing the White Room", as they bounce their way down the slopes. On a clear day, the Peak climb is rewarded with the ultimate ski or ride experience, where views from the Peak are truly awe-inspiring, spanning from the slopes of nearby Mt Yotei (the North Island's answer to Mt Fuji) all the way to the ocean's edge. less

10 Best: Berlin-Potsdamer Platz

10 Best: Berlin-Potsdamer Platz

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10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. Once the busiest intersection in Europe, it was totalled du…more10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. Once the busiest intersection in Europe, it was totalled during WWI and it remained a wasteland during the cold war with the wall running across it. After the wall came down, glittering new building mushroomed and with its new architectural landmarks like the Sony Center it is now a symbol of the new Berlin. Hosted by Julia Grimpe, a well known actress of theater and TV and a resident of Berlin. less

10 Best: Berlin-Cafe Einstein

10 Best: Berlin-Cafe Einstein

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10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. Cafe' Einstein is an old coffee house with a long and glamor…more10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. Cafe' Einstein is an old coffee house with a long and glamorous history, a trendy crowd coming in at all hours and the best apple strudel in town. Hosted by Julia Grimpe, a TV and Theater star who resides in Berlin. less

The Bordeaux wine region

The Bordeaux wine region

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In Bordeaux the word Chateaux can be applied to anything, from an imposing estate to a simple country house to a few rows of vines that constitute a …moreIn Bordeaux the word Chateaux can be applied to anything, from an imposing estate to a simple country house to a few rows of vines that constitute a small vineyard. There are over 3,000 Chateaux names in the Bordeaux area but they do not represent a corresponding number of palatial mansions. less

Independence Day, Santiago, Chile

Independence Day, Santiago, Chile

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Thursday, September 18, 2003 Feeling at home back in Santiago, I threw the camera and tripod into my backpack and headed for the Metro light rail sy…moreThursday, September 18, 2003 Feeling at home back in Santiago, I threw the camera and tripod into my backpack and headed for the Metro light rail system. Santiago’s Metro is world class. The stations are clean, large and well lit. The trains run on a tight schedule. Television monitors on the platform tell you when the next train is due. It was independence day, and the streets were quiet. Most shops had closed for the holiday. I returned to the Plaza de Armas to record independence day celebrations. The plaza was mostly cordoned off by police. It is a Chilean Independence Day tradition for the President, the military elite, and other high government officials to attend church at the Metropolitan Cathedral on the plaza square. The appearance of the president comes with much fanfare. Two regiments of Chilean soldiers marched and paraded around the square. One of the regiments dressed in grey ceremonial uniforms with black boots. Their shiny grey helmets eerily resembled those worn by the Wermacht soldiers of Germany in World War II. While the band played patriotic music, I perched myself on a monument and had a perfect view of the plaza. Sure enough, President Ricardo Lagos arrived in an open-air limo. Lagos stood in the back seat of the convertible wearing a grey suit with a broad, red, white and blue ribbon, waving to the crowd. As the motorcade turned the corner it passed just a few feet from my camera. www.frakesproductions.com less

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 4

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 4

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The more people that can be touched by the magic of the outdoors, the larger the constituency that can raise voices when the environment becomes thre…moreThe more people that can be touched by the magic of the outdoors, the larger the constituency that can raise voices when the environment becomes threatened. Buy the DVD at www.adventureswithpurpose.tv less

From the Mount of Olives to Jerusalem

From the Mount of Olives to Jerusalem

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Recently, some friends and I took a walk from Augusta Victoria Hospital on the Mount of Olives, down through the Kidron Valley and into the Old City …moreRecently, some friends and I took a walk from Augusta Victoria Hospital on the Mount of Olives, down through the Kidron Valley and into the Old City of Jerusalem. These are some of the images in no particular order. The music is Ludwig Van Beethoven. www.frakesproductions.com less

Travel with Kids: Maui's Sugar Cane Train

An excerpt from The Travel with Kids Maui Travel Video. Sugar Cane ruled Maui's economy for almost 100 years, and Sugar Train shipped the sugar for …moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids Maui Travel Video. Sugar Cane ruled Maui's economy for almost 100 years, and Sugar Train shipped the sugar for years. Now the train ships Maui's new economy; tourists. To purchase the entire DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv or Amazon.com less

Maui Ocean Center

Maui Ocean Center

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An excerpt from The Travel with Kids Hawaii: Maui DVD. Maui Ocean Center has an incredible open ocean exhibit. You can see the divers interacting w…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids Hawaii: Maui DVD. Maui Ocean Center has an incredible open ocean exhibit. You can see the divers interacting with the audience, answering questions and feeding the sting rays and learn all about the Pacific Ocean. Maui Ocean Center is a must see for any family visiting Maui To purchase the entire DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv or Amazon.com Travel With Kids is the trip planner for families visiting Maui - Feature Length 50 minutes less

Luau on Maui Hawaii

An excerpt from The Travel with Kids Maui DVD. Take your kids to a Luau to truly experience Hawaiian culture. See the variety of dances from the tr…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids Maui DVD. Take your kids to a Luau to truly experience Hawaiian culture. See the variety of dances from the traditional hula dances, slap dances, and even Samoan fire dances. To purchase the entire DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv or Amazon.com Travel With Kids is the trip planner for families traveling to Hawaii or other destinations. less

Travel With Kids: Maui - Lahaina

An excerpt from The Travel with Kids - Maui. DVD. Lahaina is a travelers delight; narrow streets with interesting boutiques, galleries, open air cra…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids - Maui. DVD. Lahaina is a travelers delight; narrow streets with interesting boutiques, galleries, open air craft market, and live music. Visit Maui with the Roberts family in this clip from the Travel With Kids Maui DVD. To Purchase the entire DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv or Amazon less

Hawaii History - Maui

In this clip from The Travel with Kids Maui DVD Learn the history of Hawaii; born out of volcanic rock spewing from the Earths core, to today a trop…moreIn this clip from The Travel with Kids Maui DVD Learn the history of Hawaii; born out of volcanic rock spewing from the Earths core, to today a tropical paradise full of plants and animals. To purchase the entire DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv or Amazon. Feature length 50 minutes less

Travel With Kids: Maui Show Intro

An excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Hawaii-Maui" DVD. Follow the Roberts family as they explore the islands of Maui and Moloka'i in this award wi…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Hawaii-Maui" DVD. Follow the Roberts family as they explore the islands of Maui and Moloka'i in this award winning presentation. Visit Lahaina, Kaanapali, Hana, Maui Ocean Center, a Luau, the Sugar Cane Train, and much more. Travel With Kids is fun for the entire family to watch and gets everyone excited about thier upcoming trip. To purchase the entire DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv and Amazon less

Vanuatu : Local Custom Village

Vanuatu : Local Custom Village

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The Vanuatu crew visit a local custom village to find out how the beautiful happy people of Vanuatu live.

Kimono

Kimono

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Cocoroya offers its visitors a unique opportunity to experience the Japanese kimono tradition. The store is located in Kutchan, a small town on Japan…moreCocoroya offers its visitors a unique opportunity to experience the Japanese kimono tradition. The store is located in Kutchan, a small town on Japan’s north island of Hokkaido. Inside you will find beautiful Japanese kimono’s for sale as well as authentic souvenirs for yourself or as presents for loved ones. less

Jordan: Jerash

Jordan: Jerash

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Hosted by Peter Greenberg. First inhabited 6000 years ago Jerash became a Roman outpost and has today one of the best preserved Roman cities in t…moreHosted by Peter Greenberg. First inhabited 6000 years ago Jerash became a Roman outpost and has today one of the best preserved Roman cities in the world. less

Jordan: Petra, a World Heritage Site

Jordan: Petra, a World Heritage Site

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Hosted by Peter Greenberg. The magical city of Petra was carved out the mountains of Wadi Musa. It contains over 800 carved tombs but its origin a…moreHosted by Peter Greenberg. The magical city of Petra was carved out the mountains of Wadi Musa. It contains over 800 carved tombs but its origin and history is still shrouded in mistery. Spielberg gave Petra new notoriety with the shooting here of "Indiana Jones, The Last Crusade" in 1989. Unesco has declared Petra a World Heritage Site less

Jordan eco-adventure part 2

Jordan eco-adventure part 2

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Hosted by Peter Greenberg. From sleeping under the stars in Wadi Rum to cave exploration and rappelling along rushing waterfallsin the Wadi Mujib…moreHosted by Peter Greenberg. From sleeping under the stars in Wadi Rum to cave exploration and rappelling along rushing waterfallsin the Wadi Mujib, to floating in the Dead Sea, Jordan is a true environmentalist' heaven. less

Jordan eco-adventure part 1

Jordan eco-adventure part 1

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Hosted by Peter Greenberg Aqaba on the Red Sea provides some of the most colorful diving in the world and going north, the desert provides the set…moreHosted by Peter Greenberg Aqaba on the Red Sea provides some of the most colorful diving in the world and going north, the desert provides the setting for some great adventures in Jordan, from eco-hiking to balloon rides. less

Biblical Jordan Part 2

Biblical Jordan Part 2

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Hosted by Peter Greenberg. In biblical Jordan you will find Bethany, the site of the oldest Christian church in the world, Herod's fortress still …moreHosted by Peter Greenberg. In biblical Jordan you will find Bethany, the site of the oldest Christian church in the world, Herod's fortress still standing and the Jordan River, where John the Baptist baptized Jesus, the site of Christian pilgrimages. less

Biblical Jordan part 1

Biblical Jordan part 1

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Hosted by Peter Greenberg. Many come to Jordan to experience the living Bible. New archeological evidence points to the existence of sites like Mo…moreHosted by Peter Greenberg. Many come to Jordan to experience the living Bible. New archeological evidence points to the existence of sites like Mount Nebo where Moses walked, Sodom and Gomorrah and many others in Jordan. less

Dancing Cajun

Dancing Cajun

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by: Monty & Marsha Brown

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Cajuns love to dance and here's the proof. When you visit South Louisiana, make sure you pack your dancing shoes. We wrote this tune after a visit to…moreCajuns love to dance and here's the proof. When you visit South Louisiana, make sure you pack your dancing shoes. We wrote this tune after a visit to Eunice; it's published by Floyd Soileau in Ville Platte, and is the title song on our latest CD. less

Goroka Show

Goroka Show

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Goroka is a provincial capitol located in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Each September, cultural groups reflecting the Island’s diversi…moreGoroka is a provincial capitol located in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Each September, cultural groups reflecting the Island’s diversity, converge on the local soccer pitch to dance and celebrate Papua New Guinea’s independence from Australia. The Goroka show features singing, dancing and lots of color. www.frakesproductions.com less

Destination Unknown Goa, India Episode 9: Chapora Fort

In this travel video micheal visits Chapora fort on Vagator beach.

 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

Where to stay in St. Croix

An excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD, this video shows you St. Croix made easy. A great place to travel and relax, Travel with Kids s…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD, this video shows you St. Croix made easy. A great place to travel and relax, Travel with Kids shows you how to make a kid friendly trip as well. To purchase the entire DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv less

Dolphin Discovery on Tortola

An excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD,Travel with kids show you where you can make some dolphin friends. On the Island of Tortola get…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD,Travel with kids show you where you can make some dolphin friends. On the Island of Tortola get a look at the island culture and music as well as see where you can get up close and personal with some dolphin. Meeting dolphins something that is fun for both kids and adults. To purchase the entire DVD www.travelwithkids.tv less

St. John with Kids

St. John with Kids

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An excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD, this video shows you the sights of St.John. Learn about some of the place to go and what to do…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD, this video shows you the sights of St.John. Learn about some of the place to go and what to do. As always they show you what will interest your kids on a family holiday. To purchase the entire DVD www.travelwithkids.tv less

Visit to Vetriano, Italy

Visit to Vetriano, Italy

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This movie promotes the idea of staying in a small house in a Tuscan village. It will be used on a web site featuring the house as a vacation rent…moreThis movie promotes the idea of staying in a small house in a Tuscan village. It will be used on a web site featuring the house as a vacation rental property. less

Pacific Wine Trail

Pacific Wine Trail

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The subtitle of this program will be from BC to BC - Baja California to British Columbia. Its a work in progress and should be released by fall, 2…moreThe subtitle of this program will be from BC to BC - Baja California to British Columbia. Its a work in progress and should be released by fall, 2008. less

Ziway Ethiopia with Food for the Hungry: Part 4

This video documents a visit to Ziway, Ethiopia by members of the band, Willet. The band works with Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix, Arizona based Ch…moreThis video documents a visit to Ziway, Ethiopia by members of the band, Willet. The band works with Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix, Arizona based Christian relief and development organization. www.frakesproductions.com less

Ziway Ethiopia with Food for the Hungry: Part 3

This video documents a visit to Ziway, Ethiopia by members of the band, Willet. The band works with Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix, Arizona based Ch…moreThis video documents a visit to Ziway, Ethiopia by members of the band, Willet. The band works with Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix, Arizona based Christian relief and development organization. www.frakesproductions.com less

Ziway Ethiopia with Food for the Hungry: Part 2

This video documents a visit to Ziway, Ethiopia by members of the band, Willet. The band works with Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix, Arizona based Ch…moreThis video documents a visit to Ziway, Ethiopia by members of the band, Willet. The band works with Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix, Arizona based Christian relief and development organization. www.frakesproductions.com less

Through My Eyes: Part 6

Through My Eyes: Part 6

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by: Tim Frakes Productions

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Through My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Louna desp…moreThrough My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Louna despite not having permission accompanies Haong go to Jerusalem. less

Through My Eyes: Part 5

Through My Eyes: Part 5

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by: Tim Frakes Productions

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Through My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Louna take…moreThrough My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Louna takes Haong to church, and Haong has a little accident. Jim Quattrocki, Jim Parks and Kevin Jacobson did most of the work on this production. I helped out with second camera, logistics and initial concept. www.frakesproductions.com less

Through My Eyes: Part 4

Through My Eyes: Part 4

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by: Tim Frakes Productions

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Through My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Louna take…moreThrough My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Louna takes Haong to watch a girls basketball game. Jim Quattrocki, Jim Parks and Kevin Jacobson did most of the work on this production. I helped out with second camera, logistics and initial concept. www.frakesproductions.com less

Through My Eyes: Part 3

Through My Eyes: Part 3

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( 03:06 )

by: Tim Frakes Productions

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Through My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Haong and …moreThrough My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Haong and Louna go shopping in downtown Ramallah. Jim Quattrocki, Jim Parks and Kevin Jacobson did most of the work on this production. I helped out with second camera, logistics and initial concept. www.frakesproductions.com less

Through My Eyes: Part 2

Through My Eyes: Part 2

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by: Tim Frakes Productions

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Through My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. In part 2 …moreThrough My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. In part 2 Haong Ly meets Louna's relatives and friends. Jim Quattrocki, Jim Parks and Kevin Jacobson did most of the work on this production. I helped out with second camera, logistics and initial concept. www.frakesproductions.com less

Destination Unknown Great Britain, Bath

Destination Unknown Great Britain, Bath

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by: Railaybay

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On My way to the World Rally Championship I had a few moments to visit Bate England, Cardiff Castle, have a chat with Chris Atkinson and walk around …moreOn My way to the World Rally Championship I had a few moments to visit Bate England, Cardiff Castle, have a chat with Chris Atkinson and walk around the World heritage site of Stonehenge. I'm your host Michael Murphy and this is Destination Unknown Great Britain. less

Through My Eyes: Part 1

Through My Eyes: Part 1

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by: Tim Frakes Productions

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Through My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Jim Quattr…moreThrough My Eyes documents the visit of an American college student as she discovers Palestine through the eyes of new Palestinian friend. Jim Quattrocki, Jim Parks and Kevin Jacobson did most of the work on this production. I helped out with second camera, logistics and initial concept. www.frakesproductions.com less

The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai

The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai is one of the legendary Grand Hotels in Asia and an architectural marvel bringing together Moorish, Florentine a…moreThe Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai is one of the legendary Grand Hotels in Asia and an architectural marvel bringing together Moorish, Florentine and Asian styles. It faces the Bay of Mumbai right next to the India Gate which was built in honor of King George V and Queen Mary's visit in 1923, both iconic landmarks of this great City. Since its opening in 1903 it has played host to the most celebrated personalitites of the century, from Maharajas to Kings. John Lennon and Yoko Ono survived in the Rajput Suite on a macrobiotic menu specially designed by the Chefs of the Taj. less

Tail Waggin Travels Part 1

Tail Waggin Travels Part 1

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Tail Waggin' Travels takes you to gorgeous North Lake Tahoe in it's pilot episode. In this segment (segment 1), we visit Tahoma Meadows B&B and find …moreTail Waggin' Travels takes you to gorgeous North Lake Tahoe in it's pilot episode. In this segment (segment 1), we visit Tahoma Meadows B&B and find a perfect place to stay in this pet friendly town. Travel with us and find out the best places to eat, drink and have fun with your pet. (more) less

Tail Waggin travels Part 3

Tail Waggin travels Part 3

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Tail Waggin' Travels takes you to gorgeous North Lake Tahoe in its pilot episode. In this segment (segment 3), we visit the Auld Dubliner Irish Pub i…moreTail Waggin' Travels takes you to gorgeous North Lake Tahoe in its pilot episode. In this segment (segment 3), we visit the Auld Dubliner Irish Pub in the Village at Squaw Valley in North Lake Tahoe and find out the best Irish fare to enjoy with your pet. Travel with us and find out the best places to eat, drink and have fun with your pet. (more) less

Crafts of Michoacan

Crafts of Michoacan

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The finished plate is quite spectacular: Mario will spend 2 to 3 years to finish one and it will sell for up to $5,000. It takes one cow, 1000 lady…moreThe finished plate is quite spectacular: Mario will spend 2 to 3 years to finish one and it will sell for up to $5,000. It takes one cow, 1000 ladybugs, 50 tortillas, 200 worms, 40 men, 10 pounds of cheese and 2 years of Mario’s work to finish this spectacular plate which will sell for up to $5,000. Is this a labor of love or what? less

Food of Michoacan

Food of Michoacan

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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After visiting the butterflies in Sierra Chinqua, we were lucky enough to be directed to Cocina El Mirador which is an authentic cowboy restaurant. …moreAfter visiting the butterflies in Sierra Chinqua, we were lucky enough to be directed to Cocina El Mirador which is an authentic cowboy restaurant. It is basically a barn, with a few tables on a dirt floor and a wood-fired griddle. Fresh Steak, cactus leaves and onions with simple quesadillas was prepared for us on a wood fired stove. In this authentically rustic setting I sat down to one of the best and truly unique dining experiences. Simple sometimes is best. Hosted by Roberto Mitrotti less

Hotels of Michoacan

Hotels of Michoacan

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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Morelia, founded in 1541 is one of the oldest Cities in Mexico and it is today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has 1000 historical buildings in its …moreMorelia, founded in 1541 is one of the oldest Cities in Mexico and it is today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has 1000 historical buildings in its center and the look and feel of an old European capital. At 4000 feet above seal level it has mountain air and a pleasant climate. It is known as “The city of pink stone” due to the color of the local quarry materials from which its buildings are constructed. Hosted by Roberto Mitrotti less

Tail Waggin Travels Part 3

Tail Waggin Travels Part 3

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by: Tail Waggin Travels

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Tail Waggin' Travels takes you to gorgeous North Lake Tahoe in its pilot episode. In this segment (segment 3), we visit the Auld Dubliner Irish Pub i…moreTail Waggin' Travels takes you to gorgeous North Lake Tahoe in its pilot episode. In this segment (segment 3), we visit the Auld Dubliner Irish Pub in the Village at Squaw Valley in North Lake Tahoe and find out the best Irish fare to enjoy with your pet. Travel with us and find out the best places to eat, drink and have fun with your pet. (more) less

MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER

MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER

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by: Mysterious Traveler

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In our tales of exotic travel, we visit far-flung destinations, discover traditional and contemporary arts, and experience indigenous lifestyles from…moreIn our tales of exotic travel, we visit far-flung destinations, discover traditional and contemporary arts, and experience indigenous lifestyles from rituals to royalty. Join us in our explorations around the world, where we often encounter the unexpected. less

Puerto Rico Caves - Rio Camuy Family Trip

A clip from the family travel video "Travel with Kids Caribbean" DVD. In this episode travel with the Roberts family to Puerto Rico exploring one t…moreA clip from the family travel video "Travel with Kids Caribbean" DVD. In this episode travel with the Roberts family to Puerto Rico exploring one to the biggest cave systems in the world. Rio Camuy is fasinating for kids and adults. As always the The Travel with Kids series gives you good information about how to make your trip "Kid Friendly". To purchase the entire 63 minute DVD visit www.travelwithkids.tv or Amazon.com For information about other titles in the series, visit travelwithkids.tv less

Endless Summer

Endless Summer

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by: BruceBrownFilms

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Robert August and Mike Hynson follow the Endless Summer around the world in search of the perfect wave!

Faithful Travel with Rick Steves

Faithful Travel with Rick Steves

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by: Tim Frakes Productions

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Join noted travel author and public television host Rick Steves as he lays out his personal philosophy- and theology-about the nature of “faithful tr…moreJoin noted travel author and public television host Rick Steves as he lays out his personal philosophy- and theology-about the nature of “faithful travel.” Steves asks fellow travelers to consider the impact of their travel on the people they meet, to delve deeply into the wonder of God’s created world - and God’s people - and to think carefully about how their travel helps (or hinders) matters of peace and justice. www.frakesproductions.com less

EarthCDs video preview - clips from Cuba, Haiti, DR and USA

http://www.earthcds.com Enjoy an almost 10 minute preview of many of our DVDs. EarthCDs is an independently-owned record label with direct dist…morehttp://www.earthcds.com Enjoy an almost 10 minute preview of many of our DVDs. EarthCDs is an independently-owned record label with direct distribution of all releases through our web store. Our catalogue of field recordings capture the beautifully diverse styles of traditional music from around the globe on CD and DVD. We invite you to browse through our material from West Africa, the Caribbean, Central America, India, and the Middle East. We specialize in detailed ethnographic musical portraits and many of our releases are recordings of live events such as religious rituals, funerals, folkloric performances, and cultural festivals. Our online store also stocks many hard-to-find items from other labels. All of these titles can be purchased here: http://www.earthcds.com less

Medical Teams International

Medical Teams International

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by: Jessica Kizorek

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Medical Teams International serves people affected by disaster, conflict and poverty by supporting programs that address the causes and effects of in…moreMedical Teams International serves people affected by disaster, conflict and poverty by supporting programs that address the causes and effects of inadequate health care. Our work includes responding to disasters around the world with volunteer medical professionals; supporting development in international communities plagued by chronic poverty, lack of medical care and minimal educational opportunities; and distributing medical supplies to people in need in more than 70 countries. less

A Life in Punta Mita

A Life in Punta Mita

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Affluent Americans are heading south of the border for grand style and master craftsmanship in architecturally distinguished vacation homes at Punta …moreAffluent Americans are heading south of the border for grand style and master craftsmanship in architecturally distinguished vacation homes at Punta Mita, a 1,500-acre private gated resort community on nine miles of beautiful Pacific Coast shoreline. http://www.puntamita.com.mx/ less

San Juan, Puerto Rico Family Travel

An excerpt from the award winning "Travel with Kids Caribbean" DVD. In this clip check out an interesting and cultural place to stay in Old San Juan…moreAn excerpt from the award winning "Travel with Kids Caribbean" DVD. In this clip check out an interesting and cultural place to stay in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Gallery Inn with its interesting art, exotic animals, and lush interior is place that is enjoyable for both the kids and the Adults. Travel with Kids Caribbean takes viewers to Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and the Virgin Islands on a real family vacation. Visit Old San Juan, El Morro fort, El Yunque rainforest, Aricebo Radio towers, Ponce, Rincon, St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix and Tortola and Virgin Gorda. This award winning travel show is an excellent vacation planning tool and a great resource to get the entire family excited about an upcoming trip to the Caribbean. Full of turtles, pirates and parrots, Travel with Kids is fun for all ages. To purchase the entire 63 minute DVD go to www.travelwithkids.tv or Amazon.com less

Travel with Kids Puerto Rico show intro

An excerpt from the award winning Travel with Kids DVD, Meet the Roberts family traveling with little kids through Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands…moreAn excerpt from the award winning Travel with Kids DVD, Meet the Roberts family traveling with little kids through Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Get tips on traveling with children from what to pack to pre-trip activities to delight all ages. You can purchase the complete 63 minute video at www.travelwithkids.tv and Amazon.com Visit travelwithkids.tv for other destinations and more info about the series. less

London, I Love You

London, I Love You

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by: Back Porch Media

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London is the most populous city within city limits in the European Union with an official population of 7.5 million (as of mid-2006) and has a metro…moreLondon is the most populous city within city limits in the European Union with an official population of 7.5 million (as of mid-2006) and has a metropolitan area population of between 12 and 14 million people.Its diverse population draws from a wide range of peoples, cultures and religions, speaking over 300 different languages. less

London, I love you.

London, I love you.

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by: Back Porch Media

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An important settlement for around two millennia, London is today one of the world's leading business, financial and cultural centres, and its influe…moreAn important settlement for around two millennia, London is today one of the world's leading business, financial and cultural centres, and its influence in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the major global cities. less

Punta Mita Style

Punta Mita Style

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by: zscott

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A High Class lifestyle of luxury is often a world you only hear about. In this video clip take a peak into a world of amazing resorts, paradise pools…moreA High Class lifestyle of luxury is often a world you only hear about. In this video clip take a peak into a world of amazing resorts, paradise poolsides and sexy fashion. http://www.puntamita.com.mx/ less

Punta Mita Fashion

Punta Mita Fashion

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Designer Michelle Smith’s recent trip to the Pacific Coast resort of Punta Mita, Mexico, is the inspiration for Milly’s stunning “Punta Mita Collecti…moreDesigner Michelle Smith’s recent trip to the Pacific Coast resort of Punta Mita, Mexico, is the inspiration for Milly’s stunning “Punta Mita Collection.” On this natural peninsula of majestic beauty near Puerto Vallarta, her latest line of resort wear debuted on a line up of equally beautiful natural bodies. www.puntamita.com.mx <http://www.puntamita.com.mx> . http://www.millyny.com/ less

Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan

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by: Back Porch Media

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"Teotihuacán" is a Nahuatl name,translated as "City where men become gods." According to legend it was where the Gods gathered to plan the creation o…more"Teotihuacán" is a Nahuatl name,translated as "City where men become gods." According to legend it was where the Gods gathered to plan the creation of man. Construction of Teotihuacán commenced around 300 BC, with the Pyramid of the Sun built by 150 BC. The city reached its zenith approx. 150--450 A.D., when it was the center of an influential culture. At its height the city covered over 30 square km, and housed a population of as many as 200,000. The central avenue is called "Avenue of the Dead". The city contained palaces, apartment buildings, a marketplace, huge pyramids and temples used for worship. Teotihuacán was a place of pilgrimage in Aztec times, who identified it with the myth of Tollan, the place where the sun was created. Around 750 A.D., much of the city was burned, possibly during an invasion or a rebellion. less

Monet in Normandie

Monet in Normandie

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by: Monty & Marsha Brown

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Claude Monet spent some time in Normandie painting multiple images of the natural arches of Etretat and the cathedral at Rouen in different light. In…moreClaude Monet spent some time in Normandie painting multiple images of the natural arches of Etretat and the cathedral at Rouen in different light. In these scenes from "La Manche/The English Channel," we visit Monet's Normandie. less

Overlander.tv - Nimbin, Australia’s Alternative Capital

Nimbin (pop.319) Back in the early seventies Nimbin became the alternative lifestyle capital of Australia. Many of the original communes are still…moreNimbin (pop.319) Back in the early seventies Nimbin became the alternative lifestyle capital of Australia. Many of the original communes are still set up today. In recent times Nimbin has become infamous for it’s annual Mardi Grass festival which celebrates marijuana use. Interviewed Neil Pike, one of the original hippies to arrive in Nimbin in the 70’s. Living in the hills surrounded by lush forest, Neil has a great liitle home studio from where he produces music and multimedia artwork He states that his greatest acheivement was being one of the early activists who helped save the forests around Nimbin from logging. These early actions eventually lead to National Park classification. less

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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In the Southern Peruvian Amazon Basin lies the Tambopata National Reserve, considered a Global mega Diversity Hot Spot with over 670,000 acres of jun…moreIn the Southern Peruvian Amazon Basin lies the Tambopata National Reserve, considered a Global mega Diversity Hot Spot with over 670,000 acres of jungle. There is Reserva Amazonica, a 45 minute ride from Puerto Maldonado on the Madre de Dios River, a tributary of the Amazon River. More than just an accessible lodge it offers an eco-responsible natural and cultural encounter with the Amazon and its people. less

Running of the Sheep

Running of the Sheep

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by: Monty & Marsha Brown

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The annual spring Festival of the Transhumance in St. Rémy de Provence, France, features the local shepherds running their sheep through the town. Th…moreThe annual spring Festival of the Transhumance in St. Rémy de Provence, France, features the local shepherds running their sheep through the town. They are taking them to cooler, higher elevations for the summer months. less

The Mena House Oberoi, Cairo Egypt

The Mena House Oberoi, Cairo Egypt

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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Located on 40 acres of gardens right under the Pyramids the Mena House began as a hunting lodge for Vice King Kedive Ismail. In 1869 he expanded th…moreLocated on 40 acres of gardens right under the Pyramids the Mena House began as a hunting lodge for Vice King Kedive Ismail. In 1869 he expanded the lodge on the occasion of the opening of the Suez Canal in order to impress visiting Empress Eugenie with the best views of the Pyramids. the Mena House Oberoi has played host to kings and Emperors,Heads of State and celebrities and not only boasts the best views of the Pyramids but also the only golf course right under them. less

Alexandria's past is always under your feet

Alexandria's past is always under your feet

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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Modern Alexandria is a bustling metropolis on the Mediterranean.It has been bustling for over 2 millennia. Built by Alexander the Great in 331 BC it …moreModern Alexandria is a bustling metropolis on the Mediterranean.It has been bustling for over 2 millennia. Built by Alexander the Great in 331 BC it was second to Rome in size and influence. Its ancient Lighthouse was one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the Alexandrian Library built in the 3rd Century BC was the largest repository of knowledge of its time. Clepatra ruled and trysted with Marc Anthony here. Her palace is still visible in the Bay under 20 feet of water (together with the Lighthouse stones). The worn but beautiful Art Deco buildings lining the Corniche show Alexandria has been trying to live it up in modern times. less

Sheraton Montazah, Alexandria Egypt

Sheraton Montazah, Alexandria Egypt

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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The Hotel faces its own private beach on the Mediterranean Sea right next to King Farouk's Palace and Gardens. Right on the Corniche and very accessi…moreThe Hotel faces its own private beach on the Mediterranean Sea right next to King Farouk's Palace and Gardens. Right on the Corniche and very accessible to the City Center.Alexandria, founded by Alexander the Great is an important industrial port with the Suez pipeline ending here. It is also a major tourist resort with Cleopatra's palace buried and still visible in its harbour, major Roman ruins and is home to the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the modern library of Alexandria, and a modern architectural wonder. less

The Skating Place

The Skating Place

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by: colinmcauliffe

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Short Doc about the "Skating place" an old school roller-disco in golden gate park in SF

Finca Los Nietos

Finca Los Nietos

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by: Tapestry

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A couple retires to Antigua Guatemala and ends up busier than ever running a boutique coffee farm.

Reef-Net Fishing and Wild Salmon

Reef-Net Fishing and Wild Salmon

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by: afratt

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A short piece that includes interviews with the last reef-net fisherman in the United States. Someone who upholds an old way of life and an art that …moreA short piece that includes interviews with the last reef-net fisherman in the United States. Someone who upholds an old way of life and an art that has been pushed aside by industrial agriculture and factory farmed salmon. He reviews with us the process of reef-net fishing. less

Capturing Fire

Capturing Fire

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by: roninfilm

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Burning Man. Nuff said.

Capoeira

Capoeira

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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watch the best capoeira performers in Salvador de Bahia

The Kalachakra

The Kalachakra

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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every year, around the world, Tibetan Bhuddists gather with the Dalai Lama to perform the mystical Kalachakra ceremony. This time it takes place in N…moreevery year, around the world, Tibetan Bhuddists gather with the Dalai Lama to perform the mystical Kalachakra ceremony. This time it takes place in Northern India at the foot of the Himalayas. less

Brazil is Soccer

Brazil is Soccer

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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the national sport of Brazil is soccer and the fans are extremely enthusiastic about this game

Macumba Ceremony, Brazil

Macumba Ceremony, Brazil

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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Modern day practitioners in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil practice an ancient ritual brought from Africa with the slave trade in order to heal physical a…moreModern day practitioners in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil practice an ancient ritual brought from Africa with the slave trade in order to heal physical and spiritual ailments. less

Khajuraho Temples, a World Heritage Site

Khajuraho Temples, a World Heritage Site

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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the temples at Khajuraho with their intricate carvings from the Kama Sutra, are a famous celebration of love. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments dat…morethe temples at Khajuraho with their intricate carvings from the Kama Sutra, are a famous celebration of love. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments date from around 1000 AD, when the Chandella Dynasty ruled this area. Originally there were 85 temples, of which only 22 still exist. There are both Brahman and Jain temples at the site. The temples, a World Heritage Site are beautifully decorated on the outside: bands of sculptures surround the walls. These depict life in the time of the Chandellas. less

Oaxaca Wedding

Oaxaca Wedding

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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A couple of New Yorkers get married in Oaxaca,Mexico. Their nuptuals combine Zapotec, Mixtec and christian traditions for a most festive union.

At home with the Masai

At home with the Masai

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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Living with Kenya's Masai tribe for a day, is a wonderful opportunity to be immersed in a complex native culture.

New Zealand Middle Earth Adventure

New Zealand Middle Earth Adventure

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by: livingtrends

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New Zealand, is the real life version of the fantasy world from the Lord of The Rings

Miami Beach clean scooter

Miami Beach clean scooter

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by: livingtrends

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The Oxygen Lepton is an electric, silent, non polluting scooter seen in the street Miami Beach

Diving with sharks in Bora Bora

Diving with sharks in Bora Bora

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by: livingtrends

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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

Epic Nicaragua Highlights HD 2014

Epic Nicaragua Highlights HD 2014

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by: NamuTravelGroup

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These epic Nicaragua Highlights in HD were filmed over from early 2012 to 2014. Explore Nicaragua and see things you'd never expect from this excitin…moreThese epic Nicaragua Highlights in HD were filmed over from early 2012 to 2014. Explore Nicaragua and see things you'd never expect from this exciting Central American country. This Nicaragua movie style trailer that's you around the country highlighting some of the most amazing scenes, warm people and exciting adventure that is guaranteed. less

Nightlife and Entertainment - Your Party 101 for Whistler

Your here for adventure or maybe just relaxing but with most activities ending around dinner time you might be wondering what do with you night. Get…moreYour here for adventure or maybe just relaxing but with most activities ending around dinner time you might be wondering what do with you night. Get all the local inside tips for having a great time at night in Whistler. Produced by RTOWN less

Prince Edward Island - clam digging and cooking

Prince Edward Island - clam digging and cooking

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by: BeyondTravel

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As a visitor to PEI, you can do more than just witness the Island way of life. You can live it, too. Real experiences. Simple pleasures. Being active…moreAs a visitor to PEI, you can do more than just witness the Island way of life. You can live it, too. Real experiences. Simple pleasures. Being active and relaxed at the same time. Any island is its own unique world. Stories, music, recipes, and skills are preserved and passed down for generations. But here you're welcome to take part, and take home some of their traditions. Islanders are eager to help. In an ever-growing series of activities, you can work side-by-side with chefs, artisans, fishermen, farmers, musicians, and a host of people who defy categorizing, but who love what they do and want to share it with you. One of these is clam digging. As the tide goes out, just reach for a spade and a bucket and find someone who can show where to dig and how to cook them. Yes, you might get your hands dirty. You might also get your shoes wet. And your knees stained. All temporary. But the memory of your Island experiences will last a lifetime. So what else is out there? There are many advantages to a small island, especially this one. The land here is rich, producing a bounty of fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products. The waters teem with fish, as well as lobster, oysters, and other shellfish. Ask almost anyone in the world where the best mussels come from, and they'll tell you: Prince Edward Island. And because the distance between any two points on the Island is small, food doesn't have to travel far from source to plate. Our farmers and fishermen provide the ingredients and our award-winning chefs turn those fresh ingredients into culinary masterpieces. less

Welcome to Golf Getaway

Welcome to Golf Getaway

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by: GolfGetawayTV

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Golf Getaway Promotional Video - a short, sharp slice of all things golf

CAMPINGS OF GIRONA

CAMPINGS OF GIRONA

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( 03:33 )

by: Catalunya Lifestyle

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A glance to the superb campsites and vacaton cities throughout mountain, river and coast of Girona

Girona City break

Girona City break

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by: Catalunya Lifestyle

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Imagine a full day of city activities from 8 a.m. till dawn

At Christmas, Girona is awaiting for you

At Christmas, Girona is awaiting for you

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( 03:25 )

by: Catalunya Lifestyle

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Come walk and enjoy the festive atmosphere. The enlightened streets invite to move on foot, with no hurries, look at the shop windows and go shopping…moreCome walk and enjoy the festive atmosphere. The enlightened streets invite to move on foot, with no hurries, look at the shop windows and go shopping. A large shopping line with diversity of stores, commercial areas, markets, fairs and leisure activities in every street and square. less

Jamaican_mermaid

Jamaican_mermaid

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by: CompulsiveTraveler

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A director in Jamaica needed to shoot a mermaid emerging out of the water. Because this project was for broadcast TV no nipples could be shown. This …moreA director in Jamaica needed to shoot a mermaid emerging out of the water. Because this project was for broadcast TV no nipples could be shown. This proved to be a real challenge. less

Tales of Paris

Tales of Paris

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( 04:59 )

by: Monty & Marsha Brown

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A narrated walk from Notre Dame Cathedral, along the Seine to the Louvre, the Tuileries, Place de la Concorde, Rue Royale, La Madeleine, Alexander II…moreA narrated walk from Notre Dame Cathedral, along the Seine to the Louvre, the Tuileries, Place de la Concorde, Rue Royale, La Madeleine, Alexander III bridge, and the Eiffel Tower. less

Manresa Castle (Port Townsen, Washington.)

Manresa Castle (Port Townsen, Washington.)

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( 01:43 )

by: Beau Chevassus

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30 seconds of experimental footage; just messing around. Music sound familiar? Smooth Criminal (Michael Jackson) rendition by http://www.youtube.com…more30 seconds of experimental footage; just messing around. Music sound familiar? Smooth Criminal (Michael Jackson) rendition by http://www.youtube.com/Godhjul Experimented with Magic Bullet filters and my 35mm DOF adapter. Filmed on Sony HDR-HC5. Me: http://www.b.eaudacio.us/ Hope you enjoyed! less

European Memories

European Memories

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( 03:04 )

by: Flexius

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Unforgettable memories of Europe's great cities.

Blessing of the horses, sausage shop, gelato shop, Assisi, Italy

View the blessing of the animals in the piazza of Saint Claire. On this day is was the horses from the surrounding towns. After the blessing and the …moreView the blessing of the animals in the piazza of Saint Claire. On this day is was the horses from the surrounding towns. After the blessing and the horses leave, there is the inevitable cleanup. Travel with us as we visit an unique Salumeria (sausage shop) and see how the experts carve up the Prosciutto. Then we end our adventures at a gelato shop (gelateria) with wall murals we wouldn't see in an American ice cream shop. The gelato was excellent as well as the murals. less

African Festival 5

African Festival 5

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( 01:51 )

by: 12345

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In this video clip see how woman and man is fighting against they own tribe for they love and so they can be together for ever.

Germany - Simply inspiring

Germany - Simply inspiring

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( 01:31 )

by: German National Tourist Office

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Germany's pulsating lifestyle can be felt in every situation, whether it might be business or leisure: modern cities like Berlin, Munich, and Cologne…moreGermany's pulsating lifestyle can be felt in every situation, whether it might be business or leisure: modern cities like Berlin, Munich, and Cologne; quiet and natural places like the Alps, fascinating water scenery, cultural treasures and heritage...the heart of Germany never stops beating. less

Narzissenfest in Bad Aussee

Narzissenfest in Bad Aussee

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by: livtoski

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This is the Narzissen Parade in Bad Aussee. All the floats are made out of Narzissen. It was a great day with good music.

Eco-Travel Destinations

Eco-Travel Destinations

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( 01:37 )

by: OrbitzTravel

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Be it by plane, train, or automobile, your travels contribute to global warming and impact the environment - but not matter where you're going, you c…moreBe it by plane, train, or automobile, your travels contribute to global warming and impact the environment - but not matter where you're going, you can "Go" Green. Your Orbitz Travel Expert Jeanenne Diefendorf has tips on how to be "eco-friendly" on your trip. For more information, please visit http://eco.orbitz.com. less

A Grand Day Out in Wensleydale

A Grand Day Out in Wensleydale

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( 02:52 )

by: recognition

views: 8096

The Wensleydale Creamery at Hawes, home of Real Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese, has further strengthen its commitment to the local economy by commissio…moreThe Wensleydale Creamery at Hawes, home of Real Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese, has further strengthen its commitment to the local economy by commissioning a tourist video of the area's top sights and attractions which it is offering free to local hotels' websites. less

In search of cliches

In search of cliches

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( 04:17 )

by: blandineroux

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Ever since I was young, I've wanted to know - Why is France so fascinating? So inviting? So...je ne sais quoi?

My Islamabad

My Islamabad

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( 01:07 )

by: nicegeezer

views: 8070

Just a few pictures of serene capital of Pakistan. Pakistan is a big country and has four provinces, all very different and have their own charms. …moreJust a few pictures of serene capital of Pakistan. Pakistan is a big country and has four provinces, all very different and have their own charms. coming soon: many videos on Pakistan less

Love Pakistan

Love Pakistan

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( 03:03 )

by: nicegeezer

views: 7882

A wonderful place to be!

Piazza 4 Novembre, Perugia

Piazza 4 Novembre, Perugia

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( 01:35 )

by: Europe a la Carte

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A short video of the main square in the beautiful Italian city of Perugia

Bicycle Adventure in Vienna2

Bicycle Adventure in Vienna2

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( 02:51 )

by: Anton

views: 9198

In Vienna, Austria I rode a bicycle around the city for 10 hours. In the video, I go to the old city center, get ice cream at Zanoni's (a famous o…moreIn Vienna, Austria I rode a bicycle around the city for 10 hours. In the video, I go to the old city center, get ice cream at Zanoni's (a famous old ice cream parlor), and then I ride up a hill on the outskirts of town to get a good view of the city. less

Slovenia. A Diversity to Discover.

Slovenia. A Diversity to Discover.

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( 03:38 )

by: STO

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Video describing Slovene diversity – rich natural and cultural heritage combined with culinary delicacies and sport achievements.

Taking a Bath In Budapest

Taking a Bath In Budapest

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( 05:34 )

by: Anton

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The title pretty much explains it. I guess this is episode 2 in the "Anton's Adventures" series. I journey to Budapest Hungary, explore the city a…moreThe title pretty much explains it. I guess this is episode 2 in the "Anton's Adventures" series. I journey to Budapest Hungary, explore the city and take a relaxing dip in one of the cities famous thermal baths. less

Bicycle Adventure in Vienna1

Bicycle Adventure in Vienna1

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( 03:30 )

by: Anton

views: 9649

In Vienna, Austria I rode a bicycle around the city for 10 hours. In the video, I go to the old city center, get ice cream at Zanoni's (a famous o…moreIn Vienna, Austria I rode a bicycle around the city for 10 hours. In the video, I go to the old city center, get ice cream at Zanoni's (a famous old ice cream parlor), and then I ride up a hill on the outskirts of town to get a good view of the city. less

Casa dos estrellas

Casa dos estrellas

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( 03:32 )

by: La Punta Realty

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Casa Dos Estrellas, a jewel of Careyes, is a Coastal Pacific Mexican storybook seven bedroom villa created by world renown architect Manolo Mestre. C…moreCasa Dos Estrellas, a jewel of Careyes, is a Coastal Pacific Mexican storybook seven bedroom villa created by world renown architect Manolo Mestre. Crested high on a cliff, Casa Dos Estrellas is a sensual and glamourous tropical retreat with dreamy views of Careyes from every room and from the rooftops, spellbinding 360 views of all Careyes. Vivid interiors and ocean vistas create a joyful atmosphere at this cliff-top villa overlooking an intense blue sea, Casa dos Estrellas boasts magnificent views from every room. less

Villa Amanecer

Villa Amanecer

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( 02:33 )

by: La Punta Realty

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Villa Amanecer, just 10 minutes from prestigious Punta Mita resort; is the one latest architectural works of art built by Juan Pablo Stone. The drama…moreVilla Amanecer, just 10 minutes from prestigious Punta Mita resort; is the one latest architectural works of art built by Juan Pablo Stone. The dramatic villa faces the south-western sunset and features a privileged and majestic view overlooking the Bay of Banderas, across to Puerto Vallarta, ringed by the Sierra Madre jungle. Designed by architect Ruben Flores, the rugged and diverse coastline is an empty canvas for the country's reknown artisans to execute their best ideas. The tropical coastal life is often imagined by a lavish cascading pool, with a massage and a cocktail. For the builders of these homes, experiencing the art of leisure, a certain joie de viver comes from natural sweeping vistas from a clifftop at the edge of the sea, fresh wind in your face. It is an emotively framed mural view at entry, romantic outdoor living, eating, resting spaces, cascading water features, the finest and grandest wooden palapas and intricate stonework throughout. Descend a stone walkway to the beach and watch the waves crash against the promontory point of Pontoquito. less

Volunteer Abroad International Programs abroaderview

Life experiences and world travel contribute much to our ability to deal with the unexpected, function in a strange environment or culture, and learn…moreLife experiences and world travel contribute much to our ability to deal with the unexpected, function in a strange environment or culture, and learn new skills, all of which increase confidence and decision making abilities. Welcome to A Broader View Volunteers! We offer international volunteer projects for the globally-minded individual searching for a unique travel experience. A Broader View is a non-profit international volunteer organization offering short and long term volunteer programs in developing countries around the World. Our volunteer abroad projects are available year round in Central America, South America, Asia and Africa in 12 countries, 33 locations and 129 programs. We offer the following A Broader View international volunteering opportunities: Child Care/Orphanages projects: Volunteer in Tanzania, Honduras, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Nepal, Costa Rica and India with orphan children and street kids. As a volunteer, you will primarily assist with the daily care of the kids; including feeding babies, teaching English, playing games, teaching songs, reading activities, creating arts & crafts projects and sharing your affection and attention with these wonderful children. HIV/AIDS awareness projects: Volunteer in Cameroon, Tanzania, Honduras, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda supporting HIV/Aids organizations working in rural communities promoting health education, prevention, awareness and care. Volunteers work with grassroots local organizations that provide HIV/AIDS education and support to rural communities. The project is to advocate for women, children and families in the fight against preventable diseases as well as mobilizing communities, strengthening their capacity and using their own resources for acceptable and sustainable projects. Education/Vocation projects: Volunteer in Cameroon, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Honduras and Ghana working in kindergarten, primary and secondary schools. As a volunteer, you will primarily assist the local staff with teaching English, math, science, geography and vocational skills such as carpentry, electronics and computer training. TEFL certificate is not required. Medical and Dental projects: Volunteer in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Honduras, Uganda, Kenya and Ghana at rural clinics and community hospitals. Both hands-on and observation work is available. Health care volunteer placements are open to medical professionals including doctors, dentists, nurses and EMT’s. This program is also open to nursing and medical students in all medical fields. Medical volunteers must submit a copy of their credentials or nursing certificate, or university/medical school letter verifying enrollment. Community Development projects: Volunteer in Cameroon, Uganda, Kenya and India to support women empowerment projects in the community, Volunteers needed for manual labor jobs working along side skilled and unskilled local workers. Some tasks include building a children’s playground, footbridge, painting, renovation work at the school and farming programs. Volunteer in the Ecuadorian Amazon at a school, orphanage or ecology projects. Conservation and Environmental projects: Volunteer in Costa Rica or Ecuador in a National park helping tortoises or other wildlife, as well as the fauna. The main objective of this project is to rehabilitate the animals and reincorporate them back into their natural habitat. Volunteers will feed animals and clean and repair cages. In addition, they will help build new cages and improve existing facilities. Language & Cultural Immersion: Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica and Honduras. Delve into a new language! We provide you the chance to fully immerse into the culture and learn Spanish. Focusing in conversation practice, grammar, readings and the vocabulary according to the student level and needs. The program is based in 20 hours per week, 4 hours per day from Monday through Friday. Students at all levels are welcome. You choose morning or afternoon classes. The remainder of your day you will volunteer at a local orphanage or school helping children learn English or you can use your time for other activities. A Broader View volunteer program is for anyone searching for a meaningful, enriching, life-changing experience while traveling abroad. Our programs open you up to world of discovery. . If you have one month to spare or just one week, A Broader View programs offer a real opportunity to experience, learn and contribute in ways which traditional travel does not do. Whether you are searching for a volunteer vacation, spring break alternative, on a school holiday, on a career break, a retiree, or a gap year student, A Broader View Volunteers program is for you. We provide the unique opportunity to truly experience foreign cultures, learn about new people and have a life-changing experience. Volunteer with us and gain A Broader View of the World 1001 Dell Lane Suite B, Wyncote, PA 19095, USA Tel: 1-215-780-1845 / Toll Free: 1-(866)-423-3258 / Fax: 1-215-887-0915 volunteers@abroaderview.org - www.abroaderview.org - info@abroaderview.org less

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 5 Neko Harbour

Destination Unknown - Antarctica 5 Neko Harbour

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( 03:22 )

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

expeditionLIFE teaser

expeditionLIFE teaser

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( 01:21 )

by: joshywashington

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a teaser of my new series expeditionLIFE, shot over 9 months and edited by my wife and I. Enjoy and look for more soon!

A Day at Mystic Aquarium

A Day at Mystic Aquarium

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( 01:47 )

by: hyannisferryman

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Beluga whales, Penguins, Nemo Rays and Piranhas at Mystic Aquarium, Connecticut

Episode 34: Somotillo, Nicaragua

Episode 34: Somotillo, Nicaragua

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( 03:34 )

by: halfthrottle

views: 12291

I visit the city that made me fall in love with Central America.

Wall of Fame grafitti murals

Wall of Fame grafitti murals

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( 02:05 )

by: glenngregg

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This was shot in Harlem at a high school where the kings of grafitti gather for an annual tag-off.