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Destination Unknown South Georgia: Episode 16 South Orkeney Island

In this travel mysterious video Micheal Murphy travel by boat the coast of the South Orkeney Islands which is covered 85% by iceburgs. Also witness Adelay penguins as they raise their new born chicks

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 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 2 Whaler's Bay

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Morocco overview

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Luxury Wine Tour of Croatia

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