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Samburu Intrepids Lodge

Samburu Intrepids Lodge

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Samburu Intrepids is a luxury tented camp and a lush oasis on the banks of the great Uaso Nyiro River in Samburu Game Reserve. The lodge is perman…more Samburu Intrepids is a luxury tented camp and a lush oasis on the banks of the great Uaso Nyiro River in Samburu Game Reserve. The lodge is permanently cooled by the river breeze and the forest. The luxury tented camp sits on raised decks overlooking the brown river where the elephants sometimes make an appearance or the crocodiles come out to lounge by the river’s banks. Dry, rugged and stunning, Samburu’s landscape is at once stark and sensual, with its iconic loaf shaped Lolokowe Mountain and hills spreading in every horizon. Its life lung is the Usao Nyiro River coursing through its craggy terrain full of stone, thorn bush and the forked doum palms. In this arid zone where water is scarce and the land baked by the eternal sun, herds of elephants and the big cats roam the plains with the Samburu special - the Reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, Beisa oryx, Somali ostrich and the long necked antelope and the gerenuk. Also watch: Samburu Wildlife less

Santorini' s magical sunsets

Santorini' s magical sunsets

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People say that Santorini is one of the best places on earth as far as sunset viewing is concerned. The towns and villages of Santorini are dotted w…morePeople say that Santorini is one of the best places on earth as far as sunset viewing is concerned. The towns and villages of Santorini are dotted with buildings that have been built after the catastrophic 1956’s earthquake. Many of the older buildings collapsed in the earthquake, the newer buildings which includes hotels and restaurants have been built mostly on the cliffs of this crescent shaped island so as to provide visitors and residents alike with truly mesmerizing views of Santorini and the Aegean. less

Masai Mara Reserve and its wildlife

Masai Mara Reserve and its wildlife

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The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a large game reserve in south-western Kenya, contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.It is named…moreThe Maasai Mara National Reserve is a large game reserve in south-western Kenya, contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.It is named after the Maasai people and their description of the area when looked at from afar: "Mara", which is Maa (Maasai language) for "spotted," an apt description for the circles of trees, scrub, savanna, and cloud shadows that mark the area. It is famous for its exceptional population of lions, leopards and cheetahs, game, and the annual migration of zebra, Thomson's gazelle, and wildebeest to and fro the Serengeti every year from July to October, known as the Great Migration. Wildebeest, topi, zebra, and Thomson's gazelle migrate into and occupy the Mara reserve, from the Serengeti plains to the south and Loita plains in the pastoral ranches to the north-east, from July to October or later. Herds of all three species are also resident in the reserve. Rainbow at Masaai Mara All members of the "Big Five" (lion, leopard, African elephant, African buffalo, and Black Rhinoceros) are found in the Maasai Mara. The population of Black rhinos was fairly numerous until 1960, but it was severely depleted by poaching in the 1970s and early 1980s, dropping to a low of 15 individuals. Numbers have been slowly increasing, but the population was still only up to an estimated 23 in 1999.[ less

Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru

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The park lies in Central Kenya, 140km north-west of Nairobi, in Nakuru district of the Rift Valley Province. The ecosystem comprises of the lake, sur…moreThe park lies in Central Kenya, 140km north-west of Nairobi, in Nakuru district of the Rift Valley Province. The ecosystem comprises of the lake, surrounded by mainly wooded and bushy grasslands. The lake is world famous as the location of the greatest bird spectacle on earth - myriads of fuchsia pink flamingos whose numbers are legion, often more than a million - or even two million. They feed on the abundant algae, which thrives in the warm waters. Scientists reckon that the flamingo population at Nakuru consumes about 250,000 kg of algae per hectare of surface area per year. Other birds also flourish in the area, as do warthogs, baboons and other large mammals. Black and white rhinos have also been introduced. The lake's level dropped dramatically in the early 1990s but has since largely recovered. The ecosystem provides for about 56 different species of mammals and a variety of terrestrial birds numbering nearly 450 species. less

Hong Kong Aerials

Hong Kong Aerials

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An helicopter tour of Hong Kong waterfront.

Carmen Simon Rubio's Best Beaches in Grenada

Grenada is an island country and Commonwealth realm consisting of Grenada and six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines in the southe…moreGrenada is an island country and Commonwealth realm consisting of Grenada and six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. Grenada, has some of the most beautiful pristine beaches. Here are views of the best from Grande Anse to Magazine Beach to Morne Rouge, Quarantine Point Beach, Prickle Bay, Batheway and La Sagesse. La Sagesse Beach was listed by Travel and Leasure in 2002 among the top 10 beaches in the Caribbean. 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

Nile Cruise: Temples of Luxor and Karnak

Nile Cruise: Temples of Luxor and Karnak

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

Entre Cielos Wine Resort & Spa, Mendoza, Argentina

Entre Cielos - Argentina's Luxury Boutique Wine Resort Hamam and Spa is the ultimate wine country experience. Set in Mendoza, the heart of Argentine…moreEntre Cielos - Argentina's Luxury Boutique Wine Resort Hamam and Spa is the ultimate wine country experience. Set in Mendoza, the heart of Argentine wine region, Entre Cielos offers stunning modernist architecture, a breath-taking backdrop of the snow-capped Andes and South America's first traditional Turkish Hamam as well as two gourmet restaurants. Entre Cielos also provides guests with highly customized itineraries such as wine tours, horseback riding, ballooning, and many other sport and recreational activities. less

Off the beaten path adventure in Peru!

Off the beaten path adventure in Peru!

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If you are looking to experience real off the beaten path adventures in Peru, take a look to this video so you get inspired! Visit our website for mo…moreIf you are looking to experience real off the beaten path adventures in Peru, take a look to this video so you get inspired! Visit our website for more information: www.peruviansoul.com This video was filmed in Paracas, Ica, Huacachina and the little andean village of Huancaya in Peru! (Sandboarding, rafting, trekking, mountain biking, 4x4 and much more). less

Vanessa presents Cyprus - destination of the month

Vanessa presents Cyprus: Where is Cyprus? It looks hidden in the Mediterranean. But it has been famous for 2 thousand years. Did you know Cleopatr…moreVanessa presents Cyprus: Where is Cyprus? It looks hidden in the Mediterranean. But it has been famous for 2 thousand years. Did you know Cleopatra used to come here because she loved the beaches and its balmy weather? Today Brits and Russians still crowd its beaches. But there are plenty of other things to do and see. Take the city of Paphos for instance. The beautiful 4 star Almyra Hotel is built right on the water . Here you can get a massage and look at the medieval castle from the days of the Crusades right across the harbour. Take this church from the 13th century. St Paul was chained to this pillar and flogged for preaching Christianity. I get goosebumps just thinking about it. You can walk to the archeological city which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. Here rich Romans built their villas with great mosaics on the floor. Look carefully at these people drinking wine…. Sun and breezes means grapes and those Romans loved Cyprus wine. It’s vintage time and OLYMPUS winery in the Trodos mountains is busy picking grapes. South of Paphos is the Rock of Aphrodite, where according to legend Aphrodite the goddess of love sprung out of the water. In Limassol the famous Crusader Knights built this castle in the middle of vineyards, A thousand years ago they produced a dessert wine called Commanderia still enjoyed today. Here it is also wine festival time, where wineries from all over Cyprus come to pitch their wines. Cyprus although a very small island ranks 37th in wine production in the world. Going East are great beaches and sports activities Then some culture, visiting these grottos carved in the rocks where monks used to live and pray. Wow! Keo is a major winery producing world class wines. Finally, time to relax on endless beaches and secluded coves… Cleopatra was right! Cyprus is a magical place! You can visit our sponsors websites and enjoy foods and wines from Cyprus by ordering from their US distributors. And if you have time for a vacation you can book a trip right here. www.visitcyprus.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

Discover Hong Kong with Vivienne Tam

Discover Hong Kong with Vivienne Tam

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US designer Vivienne Tam talks about her native Hong Kong's influence and inspiration of her East-West designs.

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

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

Morocco: Oussaden Magical Tour

Morocco: Oussaden Magical Tour

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7 hours from New York is Casablanca, a bustling metropolis. Its must-see site is the spectacular King Hasan Mosque built right on the Atlantic coa…more 7 hours from New York is Casablanca, a bustling metropolis. Its must-see site is the spectacular King Hasan Mosque built right on the Atlantic coast and the second largest in the world after Mecca. The next stop is Rabat, the present capital of Morocco. Plenty to see. Not to be missed is the great Mohammed V Mausoleum with the Hassan Tower. The Medina with its Andalusian blue walls. The Atlantic beaches are wide and pristine. In 1500 bc The Phoenicians used Asilah it as trading port. the Portuguese came in the 15th century and staid for 300 years leaving military fortification. Its position on the Atlantic makes it a great fishing port. Tangier is an international city on the northern tip of Morocco in direct view of Spain. It has access to both Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts, and is a major cruiseship port. After A circle of writers, artists and Hollywood stars converged to Tangiers after WWII and a made it a fashionable spot. The world came to watch the action from its sidewalk cafes in the medina. Among the luxury hotels in Tangiers is the 5 star Movenpick on the Mediterranean side with luxurious amenities and superb Moroccan cuisine. Moroccan cuisine is very diverse with influences from Berber, Mediterranean and Arab cuisines. Cape Spartel faces the strait of Gilbratar and is considered the northernmost point of the African continent. The Hercules grotto nearby fill up at high tide. The entrance of this mythical place has the shape of an upside map of Africa. Further east on the mediterranean a and Cabo Negro and Martil, cities of endless beaches facing the pristine waters of the Mediterranean. Chefchaouen.is surrounded for miles by olive groves is This is also one of the busiest mountain markets town. The Andalousian architecture of white and blue houses can be found in the kasbah and its gardens, at the center of the medina. This is also a dying and weaving center. The famous djellaba, the long garment worn by the men and women of North Africa, was created here. We stop at the Holy City Of Moulay Idriss where the founder of Islam is buried. His tomb is a pilgrimage site for Muslims. Close by is the beautifully preserved archaeological site of the Roman city of Volubilis. From here on to the Imperial City of Meknes. Sultan Moulay spared no expense in creating this jewel of a city, building 40 kilometers of walls, an artificial lake and Bab Mansour, the grandest of all gates in Morocco on the big square which rivals Marrakech with its theatrical events. Fez, was the first Imperial City built in 790 A.D. by Moulay Idriss II. This is the world last surviving Medieval city with great monuments and a sprawling a Medina with the oldest tanneries in the world. Fez is also known for great shopping in its bustling souks. Great accommodations can be found in the Riads, old historic Moroccan homes converted to Hotels. Fez is the home of Oussaden tours one of the premier travel agencies in Morocco with office in Fez and New York The drive to the Sahara is 300 miles over the dramatic Atlas Mountains. Here great Moroccan specialties like tagine and cous cous can be tasted in restaurants along the mountains. Erfoud is the beginning of the Sahara. Great empty spaces populated by camels with occasional encampments of nomadic people. A four wheel drive is necessary to get to the the sand dunes of Merzouga. Overnight in a Berber Bivouac sleeping under the stars in the desert. sunrise comes while gliding on camelback on the golden sands of the Sahara . This is truly Spectacular. And a big surprise is the luxurious Breakfast at the bivouac. We drive to Zagora in the Dra Valley at the edge of the desert surrounded by oasis and Casbahs like Tifoultoute, ancient fortified towns still inhabited today Ouarzazate has the sprawling and impressive Atlas Film Studios where Gladiator and Kundun were filmed. In Marrakech a visit to the monumental Saadian Tombs is a must. The great Mosque needs to be seen. And then the Medina has some of the best shopping anywhere.. But the big story is in Djemaa Elfna, a grand open theater with storytellers, fire eaters, snake-charmers and endless open-air restaurants. Food stalls display the great variety of dishes of Moroccan cuisine. Taroudant is an ancient city in the south with the feel of an old market town. Local women grind a nut with healing properties called argan used to make cosmetic creams. Taroudant with its rug weaving and crafts tradition is a great shopping stop. Agadir is a resort town on the southern Atlantic with beaches that go on forever and endless luxury hotels. It is also one of the busiest fishing ports in North Africa, Next stop Essaouira, an 800 year old Atlantic port with a massive fort and charming café’s and restaurants. El Jadida with beautiful Atlantic beaches was a Portuguese settlement from the 15th to the 18th century and it is heavily surrounded by fortified walls. Last stop back in Casablanca. This hectic city slows down on the week-end and this is the last chance to experience the relaxed Moroccan way of life before returning home. Oussaden Tours provides guaranteed escorted tours, private tours and Jewish heritage tours and excursions from any main city in Morocco Contact: www.oussadentours.com info@oussadentours.com less

Magical Dive Sites

Magical Dive Sites

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The Compulsive Traveler series aired on CBS Television on Sundays afternoon and scored #1 in the ratings for the time period faring higher than comp…moreThe Compulsive Traveler series aired on CBS Television on Sundays afternoon and scored #1 in the ratings for the time period faring higher than comparable programs on ABC, NBC and Fox In Magical Dive Sites, The Compulsive Traveler is pulled in a whole new direction: down, down, down. Diving is now his new passion and he cavorts in three magical dive destinations in the Caribbean. There are many reasons why they call the Cayman Islands a divers dream: this is an entire nation dedicated to both banking and diving! Everything there is absolute: the visibility, the abundance of sea life and the drama of its underwater walls. At least 2 plane rides are necessary to find truly virgin reefs. The remote St Vincent and the Grenadines is such a place and home to a unique type of diving called “muck diving” which reveals the most amazing sea critters. Several of them have not yet been classified! Hurry before they get into every biology book. The unspoiled Tobago, because of its Atlantic currents meeting the Caribbean is known for the best and fastest drift diving. Flying underwater is a whole different kind of sport here. Sort of like skydiving but sideways. Strange and terrific to be tumbling through the water while fish life stares motionless. Hosted and narrated by Roberto Mitrotti less

Romance

Romance

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

Adventure

Adventure

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The Compulsive Traveler series aired on CBS Television on Sundays afternoon and scored #1 in the ratings for the time period faring higher than comp…moreThe Compulsive Traveler series aired on CBS Television on Sundays afternoon and scored #1 in the ratings for the time period faring higher than comparable programs on ABC, NBC and Fox. The Compulsive Traveler follows the adrenaline trail! He is incurably addicted to travel and since adventure is the ultimate travel there he goes! Searching the world’s most exciting adventure spots. First on a game drive safaris in Kenya’s Mara and Samburu. Among the highlights is a staring contest with a female lion with a fresh zebra kill nearby. Then he follows herds of wildebeests (someone counted 1.5 million heads) as they try to cross the Mara River and avoid the hungry crocs. He lives a day with a Masai tribe, one of the Ancestral cultures of East Africa and dances on cow dung with them …. Namena near Savu Savu in Fiji is the ultimate pilgrimage site for a diver.. Being on l’Aventure, Cousteau’s dive boat to get there is a religious experience. This dive site is the reason Fiji has been called the soft coral capital in the world. Strong currents bring an avalanche of nutrients and every predator show up. St Vincent is a place for adventurous spirits of all kinds It’s is a string of 32 islands in the Southern Caribbean with primal forests, unspoiled palm fringed beaches, virgin reefs and definitely outside mass tourism, thank God. The main island is home to a volcano, so it’s hilly and great for cycling. St. Vincent has ancient history: he explore archeology. St. Vincent is known as a sailor’s paradise. So he sails. And all without tourists in sight. Great while it lasts. Hosted and narrated by Roberto Mitrotti less

Angkor Palace Resort & Spa

Angkor Palace Resort & Spa

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One of the leading hotels in Siem Reap, Angkor Palace Resort & Spa is the first Cambodian-owned premier luxury five-star resort accommodation. Its de…moreOne of the leading hotels in Siem Reap, Angkor Palace Resort & Spa is the first Cambodian-owned premier luxury five-star resort accommodation. Its design, décor and furnishing reflect the finest in Cambodian architecture befitting royalties and dignitaries. less

Angkor Village Resort

Angkor Village Resort

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Near the Angkor archeological park, Angkor Village Resort features an elegant wooden palace, exquisite spa and beautiful cottages set amongst lush tr…moreNear the Angkor archeological park, Angkor Village Resort features an elegant wooden palace, exquisite spa and beautiful cottages set amongst lush tropical gardens and along a unique river-shaped pool. less

" Magical Kenya" web ad

" Magical Kenya" web ad

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this 15 sec ad was designed as part of a campaign to promote 3 areas of Kenya Tourism, culture,luxury and wildlife.

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

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 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

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

Coconuts in Vanuatu....

Coconuts in Vanuatu....

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Amelia checks out coconuts...Young coconuts have either a green shell while mature coconuts are the more familiar-looking brown, hairy variety. Young…moreAmelia checks out coconuts...Young coconuts have either a green shell while mature coconuts are the more familiar-looking brown, hairy variety. Young coconuts have more ‘water’ and soft, gel-like meat, and mature coconuts have firm meat and less ‘water.’ 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

Cambodia - Temples of Angkor

Cambodia - Temples of Angkor

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Theres around 1000 Khmer Era Temples around the Angkor Area, just outside Siem Reap in Cambodia. Heres just a few of them. In order they are - Angk…moreTheres around 1000 Khmer Era Temples around the Angkor Area, just outside Siem Reap in Cambodia. Heres just a few of them. In order they are - Angkor Wat. Banteay Srei (The Pink Temple) Pimenakas Baphoun Bayon (Four Faces Temple) Ta Prohm (The Jungle Temple) 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

Luxury Wine Tour of Piedmont promo

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

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

Bogotá

Bogotá

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Bogotá, Colombia's bustling capital city, is one of the best places to explore Colombian culture for the very reason that the city is full of Colombi…moreBogotá, Colombia's bustling capital city, is one of the best places to explore Colombian culture for the very reason that the city is full of Colombians from all over the country. In this video I check out the view from the top of Cerro de Monserrate, see the sights around Plaza de Bolívar, and travel to the small town of Zipaquirá, where I head deep underground to visit the famous Salt Cathedral, a cathedral carved out in the middle of a mountain. 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

Find your moment (higher quality)

Find your moment (higher quality)

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Took a trip with my girlfriend throughout Europe this past summer. We used a couple of guidebooks, but the best moments were found when we weren't l…moreTook a trip with my girlfriend throughout Europe this past summer. We used a couple of guidebooks, but the best moments were found when we weren't looking. less

Greece

Greece

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Mykonos and Island Cruising

EuropeanExpress

EuropeanExpress

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Everyone needs a vacation, and this was the ultimate trip. London, Paris, Nice, Monte Carlo, Venice, Florence, Pisa and Rome. All by train. This two…moreEveryone needs a vacation, and this was the ultimate trip. London, Paris, Nice, Monte Carlo, Venice, Florence, Pisa and Rome. All by train. This two minute video includes 700 photos. Six pictures every second. The video style is less about any one image, but about the overall sensation or impression. Kinda like the trip, when you're on the move experiencing new things minute by minute, day after day. It all flies by. less

10 Best: Cambodia-The Temples of Angkor

10 Best: Cambodia-The Temples of Angkor

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There are more than 1,000 temples in Angkor which have been reclaimed from the jungle and some are magnificent architectural gems to rival the best…moreThere are more than 1,000 temples in Angkor which have been reclaimed from the jungle and some are magnificent architectural gems to rival the best around the world. Recent Satellite photos have revealed that Angkor spread over 400 square miles making it the largest preindustrial center in the world. Here are some of the best. The immense Khmer empire from the 9th to the 15th C century stretched over present day Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam all the way to India. At Angkor it created a sophisticated network of hydraulic canals and rice paddies that supported over a million people and left architectural monuments that are as overwhelming as ancient Egypt. The ruins of Angkor have been declared a Unesco World Heritage site. In 1431 enemy armies invaded and sacked Angkor. The population left , the region was abandoned and most of this incredible culture was swallowed up by the jungle. For more information go to http://www.cambodia.org Hosted and narrated by Roberto Mitrotti 10 Best highlights the best things to do in a city or country. less

10 Best: Cambodia-The magic of Angkor Wats

10 Best: Cambodia-The magic of Angkor Wats

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Spread over 200 acres it is the best preserved temple of Angkor. When it was built by King Sarayaman the II it was the largest public space in the wo…moreSpread over 200 acres it is the best preserved temple of Angkor. When it was built by King Sarayaman the II it was the largest public space in the world. Instead of bricks customary at the time he used sandstone. This temple was to symbolize Mount Meron the home of the Gods. It started out as a Hindu temple and became Buddhist centuries later. This is the only temple in Angkor that has been in continuous use since its construction in the 12th century. When the Europeans first saw it they were so overwhelmed they compared its architecture to that of ancient Rome . Hosted and narrated by Roberto Mitrotti For more information visit http://www.cambodia.org 10 Best highlights the best things to do in a city or country. 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

Rome highlights

Rome highlights

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Rome, once the largest city in the world, is a cosmopolitan city with 2,500 years of continuous history. History and art buffs have been overwhelmed …moreRome, once the largest city in the world, is a cosmopolitan city with 2,500 years of continuous history. History and art buffs have been overwhelmed for centuries and continue to do so today. Rome, as the seat of the Vatican is also the city with the largest concentration of historic churches and religious monuments and a staggering amount of art pieces in its many Museums. The entire historic center of Rome made up of Roman ruins and baroque monuments is listed by Unesco as a World Heritage site. less

Paris highlights

Paris highlights

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Paris,city of lights, is one of the most culturally and artistically diverse cities in the world with scores of memorable sites. Here are just a few …moreParis,city of lights, is one of the most culturally and artistically diverse cities in the world with scores of memorable sites. Here are just a few of the most iconic ones, dazzling expressions of the creative minds that shaped this city: the Louvre, Notre Dame,Place de La Concorde, Museum Beaubourg, the Hotel de Ville, The Ecole Militaire, the Eiffel Tower,St. Germain des Pres...... Any one of them will make you want to come back for more. less

Long Beach Island Region with Erik Hastings

WABC Travel Show host Erik Hastings tours this legendary Jersey shore destination. From the history to fun in the sun, the greater LBI region is the …moreWABC Travel Show host Erik Hastings tours this legendary Jersey shore destination. From the history to fun in the sun, the greater LBI region is the perfect year-round getaway. For more information go to www.moreattheshore.com. 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....

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

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 10

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 10

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Cape Hatteras Light Station was built in 1870, this is 208 ft, the tallest in the whole U.S. With 268 steps you need to reach to the top. After reach…moreCape Hatteras Light Station was built in 1870, this is 208 ft, the tallest in the whole U.S. With 268 steps you need to reach to the top. After reaching the top you can appreciate a nice view of the place, the the Ocracoke lighthouse built in 1823 is the oldest operating lighthouse in North Carolina. 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 6

Rv ADventure Natural Wonders 6

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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

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

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

The Grand Canyon, a World Heritage Site

The Grand Canyon, a World Heritage Site

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The Grand Canyon, mysterious, engulfing, full of wildlife. It can place your life in perspective. Unesco has declared the Grand Canyon a World Her…moreThe Grand Canyon, mysterious, engulfing, full of wildlife. It can place your life in perspective. Unesco has declared the Grand Canyon a World Heritage Site. less

Czech Brewery Cerna Hora - visit & enjoy

Czech Brewery Cerna Hora - visit & enjoy

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Cerna Hora is a very nice and attractive small to medium size Czech brewery. We organize excursions on the brewery and an extensive testing of a uniq…moreCerna Hora is a very nice and attractive small to medium size Czech brewery. We organize excursions on the brewery and an extensive testing of a unique lager, offered since 1530. Come and enjoy with www.olomouc-guide.com less

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

A Taste of Spain – in London

A Taste of Spain – in London

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The chimes of Big Ben were drowned out by the clicking of castanets as London’s famous Borough Market went Mediterranean. Budding gourmets and Spani…moreThe chimes of Big Ben were drowned out by the clicking of castanets as London’s famous Borough Market went Mediterranean. Budding gourmets and Spanish enthusiasts indulged their taste-buds as the week long ‘Taste of Spain’ festival concentrated on matters food and drink. This tantalising selection of Spain’s most famous foods and wines included demonstrations by chefs from London’s leading Spanish restaurants and the Spanish regions. There were even cocktails being made out of Harveys Sherry. It’s part of a push to encourage British people to sample the Spanish experience, and hopefully encourage even more of us to take a trip to Spain on holiday. To see just what was served up, take a look at this video. less

Beneath the Jungle...and Beyond

Beneath the Jungle...and Beyond

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New Program intro on Belize, Guatemala and Honduras.

10 Best: Bangkok-live with elephants

10 Best: Bangkok-live with elephants

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Just one hour from Bangkok, in Ayutthaya is ElephantStay, a place where you can live, work and play with 90 elephants. Ewa Narkiewicz and Michelle R…moreJust one hour from Bangkok, in Ayutthaya is ElephantStay, a place where you can live, work and play with 90 elephants. Ewa Narkiewicz and Michelle Reedy manage this not-for-profit project which retires old elephant and gives young ones a sustainable future. The elephants at Elephantstay work in movies too taking acting roles in Oliver Stone's "Alexander. www.elephantstay.com Hosted by Sunida Thirasak a Bangkok native presently living in New York. 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

Destination Unknown Prague, Czech Republic

Destination Unknown Prague, Czech Republic

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As I continue my journeys around the world I now find myself in one of Europe most historical city I'm your host Michael Murphy and this is Destinati…moreAs I continue my journeys around the world I now find myself in one of Europe most historical city I'm your host Michael Murphy and this is Destination Unknown Prague, Czech republic less

10 Best: Bangkok- Cooking class

10 Best: Bangkok- Cooking class

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

Argentina y Chile: Part Two (Buenos Aires)

Argentina y Chile: Part Two (Buenos Aires)

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In part two I check out the famed Buenos Aires nightlife, visit the giant San Telmo Fair where tens of thousands of people converge every Sunday, and…moreIn part two I check out the famed Buenos Aires nightlife, visit the giant San Telmo Fair where tens of thousands of people converge every Sunday, and travel out of the city and through the Pampas to the small gaucho town of San Antonio de Areco. less

Traveling with Justin part1

Traveling with Justin part1

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Traveling with kids is not easy as my wife and I have found out. But seeing the world through the eyes of a child has given us a whole new perspecti…moreTraveling with kids is not easy as my wife and I have found out. But seeing the world through the eyes of a child has given us a whole new perspective. You can never predict how your child will turn out but hopefully Justin will follow in our footsteps and become world travelers. less

Traveling with Justin part2

Traveling with Justin part2

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in this travel video series Justin father take him surfing to the beach community of Sayalita were he learn for the first time to surf with his Dad …more in this travel video series Justin father take him surfing to the beach community of Sayalita were he learn for the first time to surf with his Dad as his teacher, traveling with you child is one of the greatest activities in life, its seems hard but its a lot of fun and you can experience a lot together. less

10 Best: Bangkok- Traditional Thai Puppet Theater

The 10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. The Traditional Thai Puppet Theater was founded by Sakor…moreThe 10 Best series highlights the best things to do in the top cities around the world. The Traditional Thai Puppet Theater was founded by Sakorn Yangkhiawsod, known as Joe Louis, the last Grand master of the art. There are 3 types of theatrical styles which involve dancing and singing and are comparable in style and form to the 18th century ballet performed at Versailles. Each puppet is controlled by 3 puppeteers who perform on stage in synchronization with the puppet. The Joe Louis Theater remains the true guardian of this vanishing art form. www.thaipuppet.com Hosted by Sunida Thirasak, a Bangkok native who presently lives in New York. less

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

Gulf Coast Adventure 35

Gulf Coast Adventure 35

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In this travel video series we take a sunset tour on the beach around a fire saying goodbye toy you, even as you can see that there are still great …moreIn this travel video series we take a sunset tour on the beach around a fire saying goodbye toy you, even as you can see that there are still great spots that you can find on the different island and in the whole florida and New Orleans so come down by the gulf and enjoy sometime, "its still beautiful". less

Gulf Coast Adventure 34

Gulf Coast Adventure 34

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In this travel video take a trip with us over to Laguna Atascosa wildlife refuge, finding here birds and others wildlife that are find no where else …moreIn this travel video take a trip with us over to Laguna Atascosa wildlife refuge, finding here birds and others wildlife that are find no where else like the Aplomado Falcon, Crested Caracara and the beautiful green Jay and others kinds of species of creatures. less

Gulf Coast Adventure 33

Gulf Coast Adventure 33

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In this travel video clip we take a boat trip from Port Aransas heading to North Padre Island, the main attraction there is the National Seashore wer…moreIn this travel video clip we take a boat trip from Port Aransas heading to North Padre Island, the main attraction there is the National Seashore were you can do also camping. Finding a wide flora and fauna on this island and take a long drive on the beach way down to the front border of the park. less

Argentina y Chile: Part Three (Santiago)

Argentina y Chile: Part Three (Santiago)

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After visiting Argentina I fly over the Andes to Santiago, Chile, where I visit the neighborhood where the famous poet Pablo Neruda lived -- bohemian…moreAfter visiting Argentina I fly over the Andes to Santiago, Chile, where I visit the neighborhood where the famous poet Pablo Neruda lived -- bohemian Barrio Bellavista -- explore the sights in downtown Santiago, and travel into the Maipo Valley, one of the world's premier wine regions, to visit the vineyard Concha y Toro. less

Argentina y Chile: Part One (Buenos Aires)

Argentina y Chile: Part One (Buenos Aires)

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During my trip to South America in November, 2007, my first stop was in Argentina. In this video I visit the hip, young neighborhood of Soho Palermo,…moreDuring my trip to South America in November, 2007, my first stop was in Argentina. In this video I visit the hip, young neighborhood of Soho Palermo, explore amazing Recolata Cemetary (where Eva Peron is buried), and stroll along Florida Avenue, the hub of Buenos Aires. less

Easter island

Easter island

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This travel video is an interesting look at one of the most famous and mysterious destinations.

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

Nightlife in Banff, Canada

Nightlife in Banff, Canada

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Dining and drinking in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 8

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 8

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By digging into their own myths, the people of Kaikura, on New Zealand South Island, have reinvented their culture for the XX!st Century. Buy the …moreBy digging into their own myths, the people of Kaikura, on New Zealand South Island, have reinvented their culture for the XX!st Century. Buy the DVD www.adventureswithpurpose.tv less

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 7

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 7

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In Hokitika on New Zealand South Island Richard meets elder Hemi Te Rakau who expounds on the Maori holistic way of mind. Buy the DVD www.advent…moreIn Hokitika on New Zealand South Island Richard meets elder Hemi Te Rakau who expounds on the Maori holistic way of mind. Buy the DVD www.adventureswithpurpose.tv less

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 6

Richard Bang's Quest for Kaitiakitanga part 6

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On Franz Joseph Glacier, South Island New Zealand. "To traverse these landscapes is to be part of a narrative which was risk, conflict and perhaps …moreOn Franz Joseph Glacier, South Island New Zealand. "To traverse these landscapes is to be part of a narrative which was risk, conflict and perhaps understanding." Buy the DVD www.adventureswithpurpose.tv less

Sailing the BVI 07

Sailing the BVI 07

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

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.

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 6 NATAL Turtle Rescue

In this travel video, Micheal Murphy saves a turtle from a fisherman's net.

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 6 NATALThing to do & see

In this travel video, Micheal Murphy chills out on the beach and enjoys grilled lobster tail.

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 5 NATAL Thing to do & see

In this travel video, Micheal Murphy rides a jeep around the beach visiting small fishing villages.

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 4 Carnatal

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 4 Carnatal

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In this travel video, Micheal Murphy explores Carnatal, one the biggest events in Brazil after the Carnival in Rio.

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 3 NATAL Rio de Janeiro

In this travel video, Micheal Murphy travels to Rio de Janeiro, one of the most populated cities in the world. Come see Punta Negra the main beach i…moreIn this travel video, Micheal Murphy travels to Rio de Janeiro, one of the most populated cities in the world. Come see Punta Negra the main beach in Natal. less

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 2 Beaches Rio de Janeiro

In this travel video, Micheal Murphy travels to Rio de Janeiro, one of the most populated cities in the world. Come see Copacabana, Ipanema some of …moreIn this travel video, Micheal Murphy travels to Rio de Janeiro, one of the most populated cities in the world. Come see Copacabana, Ipanema some of the most famous beaches of Rio de Janeiro. less

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 1 Rio de Janeiro

Destination Unknown Brazil Episode 1 Rio de Janeiro

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In this travel video, Micheal Murphy travels to Rio de Janeiro, one of the most populated cities in the world. Come see Copacabana, and Bahia of Bra…moreIn this travel video, Micheal Murphy travels to Rio de Janeiro, one of the most populated cities in the world. Come see Copacabana, and Bahia of Brazil. less

North Korea Happy Song

North Korea Happy Song

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This video is a colaboration between Simone Duarte & Emmanuel Bastien

Destination Unknown Antarctica: Episode 18 Killer Whales

In this travel video Micheal Murphy captures a school of killer whales.

Destination Unknown Antarctica: Episode 17 Elephant Island

In this travel video Micheal Murphy visits Elephant Island a place where in 1914 the crew of the Endurance spent 4 agonizing months waiting for the r…moreIn this travel video Micheal Murphy visits Elephant Island a place where in 1914 the crew of the Endurance spent 4 agonizing months waiting for the return of Earnest Shackleton. less

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 …moreIn 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 less

Destination Unknown South Georgia: Episode 15 Iceberg A-22-A

In this travel video Micheal Murphy travel by boat the coast of the South Georgia Islands, and runs into one of the largest icebergs in the world: A-…moreIn this travel video Micheal Murphy travel by boat the coast of the South Georgia Islands, and runs into one of the largest icebergs in the world: A-22-A less

Destination Unknown South Georgia: Episode 14 The South Coast

In this travel video Micheal Murphy travel by boat the coast of the South Georgia Islands. He video tapes glaciers and awesome mountains.

Destination Unknown South Georgia: Episode 13 Stromness Bay

In this travel video Micheal Murphy continues his adventure following Earnest Shackleton's path to Arctic greatness.

Destination Unknown South Georgia: Episode 12 Gold Harbour

In this travel video Micheal Murphy visits watches the sunrise over the ocean accompanied by a 100,000 king penguins.

Destination Unknown South Georgia: Episode 11 Grytviken

In this travel video Micheal Murphy visits the Whailing ghost town of Grytviken. Travel among the abandon ships and Ernest Shackelton's grave. th…moreIn this travel video Micheal Murphy visits the Whailing ghost town of Grytviken. Travel among the abandon ships and Ernest Shackelton's grave. the founder of less

Incredible India Part 5 Rahjistan

Incredible India Part 5 Rahjistan

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The desert kingdom of Rahjistan offers an amazing glimpse into one of the richest cultures. This 8 part series is narrated by Michael York

 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

VIrgin Gorda

VIrgin Gorda

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An excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD, see the beautiful beaches of Virgin Groda. A great place with gentle idyllic beaches, the kids…moreAn excerpt from The Travel with Kids "Caribbean" DVD, see the beautiful beaches of Virgin Groda. A great place with gentle idyllic beaches, the kids love to explore the maze oof piled boulders. To purchase the entire DVD visit 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

Sailing Tonga

Sailing Tonga

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Images of sailing combine with details of life on a reef to create a mood piece evoking a South Sea adventure.

One man's Journeys around the World

One man's Journeys around the World

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Over the last 3 years I've been to some of the most amazing places in the world,and this travel video contains some of the highlights from the first …moreOver the last 3 years I've been to some of the most amazing places in the world,and this travel video contains some of the highlights from the first three years of a show I've made called Destination Unknown . less

The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai

The Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai

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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

Chef Oberoi of the Mumbai Taj

Chef Oberoi of the Mumbai Taj

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Hemant Oberoi is Grand Executive Chef at the Taj Mahal Palace and Hotel in Mumbai, India. A multiple award winner, he is credited with having introdu…moreHemant Oberoi is Grand Executive Chef at the Taj Mahal Palace and Hotel in Mumbai, India. A multiple award winner, he is credited with having introduced various niche cuisines to the Indian palate and singlehandedly invented Indian fusion. In his private Chef Studio at the Taj he hosts small dinner parties for visiting celebrities, from Prime Ministers to Brad Pritt and Angelina Jolie. 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

Turtle conservation

Turtle conservation

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Forty years ago, poachers were leaving these Pacific beaches in northern Michoacan with truckloads of giant black turtles. Their meat was eaten and …moreForty years ago, poachers were leaving these Pacific beaches in northern Michoacan with truckloads of giant black turtles. Their meat was eaten and the shells were used to make tortoise-shell trinkets. Their population dropped dramatically. But here, the local residents of an ancient tribe, called the Nagua, have taken it upon themselves to become guardians of these fascinating creatures. Hosted by Roberto Mitrotti less

Compulsive Traveler in Michoacan

Compulsive Traveler in Michoacan

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Stretching from the highlands of Central Mexico to the Pacific Coast, Michoacan is a State that hosts great colonial cities, craft traditions dating …moreStretching from the highlands of Central Mexico to the Pacific Coast, Michoacan is a State that hosts great colonial cities, craft traditions dating back 2500 years and 2 spectacular natural events: the breeding of 40 million Monarch butterflies in the Sierras and the laying of eggs of thousands of marine turtles on the Coast. Animals have good instincts for this sort of thing. If Michoacan is so special for them there must be a good reason. Unesco declared the butterfly Biosphere a World heritage Site Hosted by Roberto Mitrotti 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

Los Roques

Los Roques

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We had only a couple of days to document the beauty of these tiny islands off the Caribbean coast of Venezuela. Would we go back? Absolutely.

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

Hiking in the Indian Himalaya

Hiking in the Indian Himalaya

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The Himalayan foothills of Himachal Pradesh provide breathtaking sights...it is without a doubt one of the best reasons to visit Northern India.

Destination Unknown Goa ,India Episode 2: Accommodation

In this episode I take a look at the different kinds of accommodation availabe on Palolem beach.and do I find the right spot.

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

Selaam, India!

Selaam, India!

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Three friends begin a 28 day journey across India.

A journey to the Indian Himalaya

A journey to the Indian Himalaya

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From the busy streets of Delhi to the panoramic mountains of Chamba Valley, I embarked on an exciting journey to the foothills of the Indian Himalaya.

Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan

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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

Journal In Time

Journal In Time

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Travel Documentary filmed in India & Nepal. Three Friends set out on a journey to find adventure and mysticism is South Asia. What they encounter alo…moreTravel Documentary filmed in India & Nepal. Three Friends set out on a journey to find adventure and mysticism is South Asia. What they encounter along the way will build character and strengthen friendships through the rest of their lives less

The Maldives

The Maldives

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If you seriously want to get away from it all... try a 24 hour flight to the middle of the Indian Ocean.

Cairo, time travel

Cairo, time travel

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5000 years ago, long before the pyramids were built, Pharaoh Menes founded Memphis on the Nile Delta,the first capital of Egypt. Over the next cent…more5000 years ago, long before the pyramids were built, Pharaoh Menes founded Memphis on the Nile Delta,the first capital of Egypt. Over the next centuries the town became the most important center in the known world and with the building of the 3 pyramids in Giza it sealed its image on the minds of generations to come. The city of Cairo was founded in 641 A.D. uniting various adjoining towns: Memphis, ancient Heliopolis and Giza. This is a very old city. Journeying though Cairo, one of the most populated cities in the world, one can see the various cultures and dinasties , from the Romans to the Ottomans and Europeans overlapping with amazing monuments, mosques, churches and public works. Cairo is diversity itself. less

The Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon Rainforest

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Nothing is more awe inspiring than the South American Rainforest stretching across the South American continent from Brazil to Peru. Reserva Amazoni…moreNothing is more awe inspiring than the South American Rainforest stretching across the South American continent from Brazil to Peru. Reserva Amazonica occupies the heart of a 30,000 acres private ecological reserve owned by Inkaterra deep in the Amazon Forest. A trekk through the forest provides a glimpse of the enormous and amazing diversity of life still available in this untouched corner of the world. less

A brief night-walk in the Rainforest

A brief night-walk in the Rainforest

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Reserva Amazonica is situated in the midst the vast natural expanse of the Peruvian Rainforest next to the Madre de Dios river allowing intense con…moreReserva Amazonica is situated in the midst the vast natural expanse of the Peruvian Rainforest next to the Madre de Dios river allowing intense contact with nature. A brief night walk outside th lodge provides an encounter with a large tarantula and several white caymans, a rare species from the crocodile family. less

The Ocelot

The Ocelot

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Reserva Amazonica campaigns against poaching, which is common in the Southern Amazon and protects young stray animals by raising them until they can…moreReserva Amazonica campaigns against poaching, which is common in the Southern Amazon and protects young stray animals by raising them until they can be safely released in the wild. The ocelot mother was killed by poachers and the cub was found in the jungle. Growing up accustomed to humans might also be a problem later on when the ocelot will eventually have to fend for itself. less

The Mena House Oberoi, Cairo Egypt

The Mena House Oberoi, Cairo Egypt

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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

Marble Rays and Mating White tip Sharks

Marble Rays and Mating White tip Sharks

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Marble rays hanging around a rock .White tip sharks mating.

Diving With Silky Sharks in Isla De Malpelo

Diving With Silky Sharks in Isla De Malpelo

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Diving at Isla de Malpelo and joined a school of Silky Sharks . I heard these sharks school here and had to see it. I'm glad I took the chance.

Diving with Great White Sharks

Diving with Great White Sharks

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Trip to Isla Guadalupe Underwater White Shark Scenes

Turkish Folk Dances

Turkish Folk Dances

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Dinner and a Folk Dance show -or- Anthony and the Bellydancer. In the town of Urgup in Cappadocia, we were treated to "Turkish Nights". Our dinner…moreDinner and a Folk Dance show -or- Anthony and the Bellydancer. In the town of Urgup in Cappadocia, we were treated to "Turkish Nights". Our dinner was in an unusual underground restaurant recently carved from the lava rock. The highlight was the folk dancers and musicians. less

Cappadocia Shopping

Cappadocia Shopping

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Shopping: Carpets, Pottery & Jewelry... Sentez Avanos Hali. Carpet making cooperative and the largest exporter of carpets in Turkey. We had a ver…moreShopping: Carpets, Pottery & Jewelry... Sentez Avanos Hali. Carpet making cooperative and the largest exporter of carpets in Turkey. We had a very professional demonstrations of how silk is harvested and spun and made into carpets. I know its hard to believe, but we did have a chance to buy carpets. We then went to a pottery and jewelry store. I kind of lost interest here and so there is not much filmed of this store. less

Balloons over Cappadocia, a World Heritage Site

Balloons over Cappadocia, a World Heritage Site

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Wafting over the fairy chimneys in a Goreme hot air balloon. On the morning of the eclipse, we awoke before dawn to set out on an unforgettable ho…moreWafting over the fairy chimneys in a Goreme hot air balloon. On the morning of the eclipse, we awoke before dawn to set out on an unforgettable hot air balloon ride over the unearthly landscapes of Cappadocia. Unesco has declared Cappadocia a World Heritage Site. less

Whirling Dervishes

Whirling Dervishes

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A public reenactment of the Whirling Dervish ceremony. The Mevlevi Order or the Mevleviye are a Sufi order founded by the followers of Jalal al-Di…moreA public reenactment of the Whirling Dervish ceremony. The Mevlevi Order or the Mevleviye are a Sufi order founded by the followers of Jalal al-Din MuhammadRumi in 1273 in Konya. They are also known as the Whirling Dervishes due to their famous practice of whirling as a form of dhikr (remembrance of Allah). less

Bosphorus Cruise

Bosphorus Cruise

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In which the tour group cruises the Bosphorus from Istanbul towards the Black Sea. The Bosphorus is the world's narrowest strait, separating Europ…moreIn which the tour group cruises the Bosphorus from Istanbul towards the Black Sea. The Bosphorus is the world's narrowest strait, separating Europe from Asia. It connects the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara (connected by the Dardanelles to the Aegean Sea, and thereby to the Mediterranean). less

Grand Cayman: Wreck Of The Methuselah Dive

Grand Cayman: Wreck Of The Methuselah Dive

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This site just opened up and it was the first time the Ocean Frontiers staff got a look. We all took our chances, but we found it disappointing: Ve…moreThis site just opened up and it was the first time the Ocean Frontiers staff got a look. We all took our chances, but we found it disappointing: Very little hard coral (lots of soft coral), lots of algae and few fish. The wreck is a wreck...scattered about the reef. less

Grand Cayman: Valley of the Dolls Dive

Grand Cayman: Valley of the Dolls Dive

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First of two dives with Ocean Frontiers on the east side. Similar terrain as the north walls. Stupid fish trick: Sprinkle a bit of sand on a Sea C…moreFirst of two dives with Ocean Frontiers on the east side. Similar terrain as the north walls. Stupid fish trick: Sprinkle a bit of sand on a Sea Cucumber and watch the acrobatics start! Thanks for showing us that! less

Grand Cayman: Turtle Reef Dive

Grand Cayman: Turtle Reef Dive

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This time we dive with Tech Divers on the famous Turtle Reef, adjacent to the old turtle farm. Lots of Tarpon and several Southern Stingrays combine…moreThis time we dive with Tech Divers on the famous Turtle Reef, adjacent to the old turtle farm. Lots of Tarpon and several Southern Stingrays combined with interesting terrain to make this a must-do Cayman dive. less

Grand Cayman: Daniel's Reef Dive

Grand Cayman: Daniel's Reef Dive

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A new site, recently opened and what a beauty! Georgeous hardand soft coral formations. We saw a pair of pirouetting butterflyfish, a shy stingray,…more A new site, recently opened and what a beauty! Georgeous hardand soft coral formations. We saw a pair of pirouetting butterflyfish, a shy stingray, several Diamond Blennies, a turtle that buzzed the camera twice and a wounded ocean triggerfish. less

Grand Cayman: Chinese Wall Dive

Grand Cayman: Chinese Wall Dive

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A very eventful dive! It started with a gliding Peacock Flounder, then a dramatic swim through to find a large turtle and a pair of French Angelfish…moreA very eventful dive! It started with a gliding Peacock Flounder, then a dramatic swim through to find a large turtle and a pair of French Angelfish feeding and posing with Marcia and ended with an encounter with a feisty lobster. less

Grand Cayman: Leslie's Curl Dive 2

Grand Cayman: Leslie's Curl Dive 2

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Our second dive on this wall. Very spectacular, but the camera does not do it justice. Saw a large Moray Eel out cruising and another Eagle Ray tha…moreOur second dive on this wall. Very spectacular, but the camera does not do it justice. Saw a large Moray Eel out cruising and another Eagle Ray that made two passes at us. less

Grand Cayman: Mushroom Reef Dive

Grand Cayman: Mushroom Reef Dive

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Some of the prettiest hard and soft coral of any of our Cayman dives. Fish highlights were beautiful Yellow Phase and Bicolor Coneys, a Porcupinefish…moreSome of the prettiest hard and soft coral of any of our Cayman dives. Fish highlights were beautiful Yellow Phase and Bicolor Coneys, a Porcupinefish, a Shy and Barred Hamlet and a very pale blotchy Blue Tang being cleaned. less

Grand Cayman: Princess Penny's Pinnacle Dive

Grand Cayman: Princess Penny's Pinnacle Dive

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Site and plaque dedicated to famed Cayman freediver Penny Ventura. Spectacular black coral down deep. Fish highlights were a maurading Tang Gang and…moreSite and plaque dedicated to famed Cayman freediver Penny Ventura. Spectacular black coral down deep. Fish highlights were a maurading Tang Gang and the always odd looking Cowfish. less

Grand Cayman: Channel's End Reef Dive

Grand Cayman: Channel's End Reef Dive

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Seventh dive of the trip. We saw more fish than any previous dive, almost like back on Bonaire: Yellowhead Jawfish, Nassau Groupers, a small school o…moreSeventh dive of the trip. We saw more fish than any previous dive, almost like back on Bonaire: Yellowhead Jawfish, Nassau Groupers, a small school of Chub, an Indigo Hamlet and a very nice French Angelfish. less

Grand Cayman: Leslie's Curl Dive 1

Grand Cayman: Leslie's Curl Dive 1

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The site is named for the part of the wall that actually forms an overhang. All the bubbles rising from the deep divers against the wall is quite a …moreThe site is named for the part of the wall that actually forms an overhang. All the bubbles rising from the deep divers against the wall is quite a sight! We were accompanied by a curious turtle for a while. less

Grand Cayman: Haunted House Dive

Grand Cayman: Haunted House Dive

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Second dive of the day and the fifth of the trip. Another shallower reef along the sheer dropoff. We saw scads of lobsters and one unconcerned turt…moreSecond dive of the day and the fifth of the trip. Another shallower reef along the sheer dropoff. We saw scads of lobsters and one unconcerned turtle passing through. less

Grand Cayman: Robert's Wall Dive

Grand Cayman: Robert's Wall Dive

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Another spectacular wall, with swim-throughs that are almost tunnels. We saw one cruising Eagle Ray in the distance and lots of Fairy Basslets.

Grand Cayman: Lemon Reef Dive

Grand Cayman: Lemon Reef Dive

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Second dive of the day where we stick to the shallower part of the reef. We were treated to a squadron of five Eagle Rays cruising along the top of …moreSecond dive of the day where we stick to the shallower part of the reef. We were treated to a squadron of five Eagle Rays cruising along the top of the wall...Magnificent! less

Grand Cayman: Eagle Ray Pass Dive

Grand Cayman: Eagle Ray Pass Dive

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Our first dive on the north sound wall. Spectacular! Along the wall top are a series of deep canyons, some of them almost tunnels, that open out on…moreOur first dive on the north sound wall. Spectacular! Along the wall top are a series of deep canyons, some of them almost tunnels, that open out onto the sheer deep drop of the wall. Nice soft corals. Fish highlight was an Ocean Triggerfish. less

Grand Cayman: Sunset House Dive

Grand Cayman: Sunset House Dive

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Blennylips Bonaire Cayman Island dive trip: First dive of the trip at the Sunset House resort reef. Pleasant resort with a decent house reef. We sa…moreBlennylips Bonaire Cayman Island dive trip: First dive of the trip at the Sunset House resort reef. Pleasant resort with a decent house reef. We saw the famous Amphitrite Mermaid statue and the Atlantis Submarine full of tourists. less

Bonaire Dive Log: Hilma Hooker

Bonaire Dive Log: Hilma Hooker

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Blennylips Bonaire dive log video. Bonaire's most famous and accessible wreck dive. Usually pretty crowded, but not too many this time. Can count o…moreBlennylips Bonaire dive log video. Bonaire's most famous and accessible wreck dive. Usually pretty crowded, but not too many this time. Can count on Tarpon and schooling Jacks with a nice reef to decompress on on the way back to shore. less

Modern Gonzo sees the World

Modern Gonzo sees the World

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Not too long ago, a car hit on my bike, broke me knee (ouch) but resulted in a $20K insurance settlement. So I quit my job and went to travel the wo…moreNot too long ago, a car hit on my bike, broke me knee (ouch) but resulted in a $20K insurance settlement. So I quit my job and went to travel the world. Here are some of my favorite clips! less

Jamie's Journey: Water Village in Brunei

Jamie's Journey: Water Village in Brunei

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by: Marcel Moldovan

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

Jamie's Journey:Damnernsaduak floating markets

Jamie's Journey:Damnernsaduak floating markets

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

Jamie's Journey:South China Sea

Jamie's Journey:South China Sea

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by: Marcel Moldovan

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

Jamie's Journey: In the heart of Zululand

Jamie's Journey: In the heart of Zululand

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by: Marcel Moldovan

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

Mount Kenya Safari Club

Mount Kenya Safari Club

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William Holden, the Hollywood actor, bought the Mount Kenya Safari Club on a whim in 1960 and turned it into a hideway for the super-rich. This is a…moreWilliam Holden, the Hollywood actor, bought the Mount Kenya Safari Club on a whim in 1960 and turned it into a hideway for the super-rich. This is a spectacular resort at the foot of Mount Kenya, the second tallest mountain in Africa. n 1989, the owners saw potential for a luxury tented camp in this space and set out a plan to build 40 tents with a rustic main building and facilities that would rival the best camps in the Mara and the Serengeti. The main building would house a dining room, bar and reception area for the comfort of our Guests. The grounds would feature winding paths through lush flora and boast a swimming pool and observation areas to gather and gaze at the hippos, the crocs and the incredible bird life that inhabits this part of Kenya. The Mara Safari Club opened its doors in 1989 as an offshoot of Mount Kenya Safari Club, hence the name Safari Club. The Club stands on 100 acres of land, leased from the late Senior Chief Lerionka Ole Ntutu. A tented sanctuary lying at the foot of the Aitong Hills, the Mara Safari Club is surrounded on three sides by the Mara River, on the edge of the world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve. The land the Club sits on was an old hunting camp that had been converted to use for photo tours with the ban on hunting in Kenya in 1976. Originally the retreat of the movie star and his friends, the Club's illustrious former members have included Winston Churchill and Bing Crosby. less

Villa Montana style

Villa Montana style

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In Mexico' Sierra Madre mountains lies Morelia, a colonial gem with a gem of an Hotel

Dog Sledding in Alaska

Dog Sledding in Alaska

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training sled dogs for the Yukon race

Kenya's Lake Nakuru, a World Heritage Site

Kenya's Lake Nakuru, a World Heritage Site

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he Kenya Lake System in the Great Rift Valley is a World Heritage site. It consists of three lakes in basins on the floor of the valley, known for th…morehe Kenya Lake System in the Great Rift Valley is a World Heritage site. It consists of three lakes in basins on the floor of the valley, known for their high concentration of lesser flamingo, great white pelicans and migratory birds. Lake Nakuru is one of them. All the three lakes are shallow, alkaline and are hydro-geologically connected through sub surface seepage of water. The alkalinity of the three lakes supports the abundant growth of the green algae (spirulina platensis) which is the food of the lesser flamingoes which congregate in the lakes in great numbers. Thousands of pink flamingos have been living forever on Lake Nakuru but are facing environmental threats. less

At home with the Masai

At home with the Masai

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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.

Ballooning over Kenya's Mara

Ballooning over Kenya's Mara

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A twist on the traditional safari offers a slow and silent aerial view of the Mara Plain in Kenya.

The migration of the Wildebeests

The migration of the Wildebeests

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The annual migration of the Wildebeests across the Mara Plain in Kenya offers a grand and awe inspiring spectacle of nature.

Paul Gauguin's Girls in Bora Bora

Paul Gauguin's Girls in Bora Bora

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If Gauguin were in Tahiti today he would hang around Bora Bora to paint 9 beautiful girls called Les Gauguines. They are Regent's Paul Gauguin troup…moreIf Gauguin were in Tahiti today he would hang around Bora Bora to paint 9 beautiful girls called Les Gauguines. They are Regent's Paul Gauguin troupe of live-aboard dancers, singers, poets, pareo-tying teachers and dreamy beauties. "How many times can I fall in love?" asks the Compulsive Traveler. "as many times as there are Gaguines on board" answers his inner voice. less

Diving with sharks in Bora Bora

Diving with sharks in Bora Bora

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

Yangtze River cruise part 1 Shanghai

Yangtze River cruise part 1 Shanghai

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

Yangtze River cruise part 2 Yangzhou,  a World Heritage Site

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

Yangtze River cruise part 3 Huangshan, a World Heritage Site

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

Yangtze cruise part 4 Lushan, a World heritage Site

Yangtze cruise part 4 Lushan, a World heritage Site

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

Yangtze River cruise part 5 Wuhan

Yangtze River cruise part 5 Wuhan

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

Yangtze River cruise part 6 Yueyang

Yangtze River cruise part 6 Yueyang

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

Yangtze River cruise part 7 Sanduping

Yangtze River cruise part 7 Sanduping

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

Yangtze River cruise part 8 Wushan

Yangtze River cruise part 8 Wushan

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

Yangtze River cruise part 9 Fengdu

Yangtze River cruise part 9 Fengdu

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

Epic Nicaragua Highlights HD 2014

Epic Nicaragua Highlights HD 2014

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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

Nicaragua Overview from Raw Travel

Nicaragua Overview from Raw Travel

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Lack of infrastructure be damned, Nicaragua has put its civil war and troubled past behind and is welcoming travelers to experience it’s countless an…moreLack of infrastructure be damned, Nicaragua has put its civil war and troubled past behind and is welcoming travelers to experience it’s countless and undiscovered natural wonders. Join the crew as we make our way from earthquake ravaged Managua to the beautiful outposts of León, Granada, Estelí & Lake Omotepe and see why Nicaragua is the hottest up and coming destination in Central America. 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

CAMPINGS OF GIRONA

CAMPINGS OF GIRONA

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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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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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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

Singapour top 10 places to visit

Singapour top 10 places to visit

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Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica: Volunteering Opportunities www.abroaderview.org

Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica: Volunteering Opportunities Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica: In 1502, on his fourth and last voyage to the New World…moreVolunteer Abroad in Costa Rica: Volunteering Opportunities Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica: In 1502, on his fourth and last voyage to the New World, Christopher Columbus made the first European landfall in the area. Settlement of Costa Rica began in 1522. For nearly three centuries, Spain administered the region as part of the Captaincy General of Guatemala under a military governor. The Spanish optimistically called the country "Rich Coast." Finding little gold or other valuable minerals in Costa Rica, however, the Spanish turned to agriculture. http://www.abroaderview.org/costarica.php less

Memories of Iceland

Memories of Iceland

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When I think back about my trip to Iceland, I can only remember fragments of images of beautiful scenery and moments with people. However, there is a…moreWhen I think back about my trip to Iceland, I can only remember fragments of images of beautiful scenery and moments with people. However, there is a strong indescribable feeling the resonates with me when I think back on that magical island,a feeling that I will never forget. less

Driving Ireland

Driving Ireland

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Two weeks, one thousand seven hundred kilometers and countless amounts of Guinness. Follow my husband and I on our road trip through coastal Irela…moreTwo weeks, one thousand seven hundred kilometers and countless amounts of Guinness. Follow my husband and I on our road trip through coastal Ireland, the way it was meant to be seen. less

Cathedrals, Saint Francis, Saint Claire, and more, Assisi, Italy

Start your tour at the Porta Nuova (New opening/door) in the town of Assisi. Visit the Cathedral of Saint Claire (Santa Clara) and the piazza. Explor…moreStart your tour at the Porta Nuova (New opening/door) in the town of Assisi. Visit the Cathedral of Saint Claire (Santa Clara) and the piazza. Explore the ancient temple of Minerva and the Church of Maria that was built above of the temple (Santa Maria Sopra Minerva). Then take a leisurely walk through medieval streets to the Cathedral of Saint Francis (San Francesco). End with a taxi ride out of the historic district. less

Rocca Maggiore and San Damiano, Assisi, Italy

Overlooking the town of Assisi are two fortresses, Rocca Maggiore (Greater fortress) and Rocca Minore (Lesser fortress). Walk with us through the ver…moreOverlooking the town of Assisi are two fortresses, Rocca Maggiore (Greater fortress) and Rocca Minore (Lesser fortress). Walk with us through the very well restored ruins, through tunnels and have a panoramic view atop the lookout tower. Then, travel to the sanctuary of San Damiano where Saint Claire started the order of The Poor Claires and lived there for many years until her death. A follower of Saint Francis, Claire lived her life devoted to God. less

Greek/Roman Theater, Taormina, Sicily

What would it have been like, thousands of years ago, to be a spectator at this theater overlooking the bay of Naxos in Sicily. This theater, the sec…moreWhat would it have been like, thousands of years ago, to be a spectator at this theater overlooking the bay of Naxos in Sicily. This theater, the second largest in Sicily, was hewn from the rocky slopes of mount Tauro. As we walk through the passageways and climb through the theater you can feel the grandeur and antiquity of the theater. less

Castlebuono, Sicily

Castlebuono, Sicily

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Travel with us in this medieval town that is famous for its castle which was built by the noble Ventimiglia family in the 14th century. We visit the …moreTravel with us in this medieval town that is famous for its castle which was built by the noble Ventimiglia family in the 14th century. We visit the Chiese Vecchia Madre (Church of the old/ancient Mother) and its mural laden crypt. Then a tour of the castle which has the private family chapel built in an extreme baroque style ... unlike anything we have seen before. less

Germany - Simply inspiring

Germany - Simply inspiring

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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

German Festivals

German Festivals

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Several clips of different German festivals. Hope to seve as an inspiration to come to Europe and check out festivals all over the continent.

Narzissenfest in Bad Aussee

Narzissenfest in Bad Aussee

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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.

Viennese Waltz in Vienna

Viennese Waltz in Vienna

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Every once in a while, you have to live a fairy tale. We celebrated New Year's Eve, Dec 31 2007, in Vienna at the Imperial Ball or Kaiserball. From t…moreEvery once in a while, you have to live a fairy tale. We celebrated New Year's Eve, Dec 31 2007, in Vienna at the Imperial Ball or Kaiserball. From the moment you entered the Hofburg Palace until you reluctantly left, it was pure and simple magic. Imagine a night with Emperor Franz Joseph and Empress Sissi of the Hapsburg dynasty. To this day the afterglow has continued. Happy New Year 2008. less

Walking on Ile Saint Louis Paris - Romantic area

Walking on Ile Saint Louis Paris - Romantic area

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The Ile Saint Louis is located in the center of Paris (there are two islands), it's like a village in the city. Everybody know everybody from the but…moreThe Ile Saint Louis is located in the center of Paris (there are two islands), it's like a village in the city. Everybody know everybody from the butcher to the art gallery or the cafe. On the island, there is an hotel called Hotel du Jeu de Paume because it's placed in a former jeu de paume room (former tennis). It's cute, people are nice and polite (and it isn't always the case in Paris) and it is said to be one of the most romantic hotels in the capital. Enjoy! The video is in French. http://www.jeudepaumehotel.com less

Orbitz Travel Insider- Ski Vacations

Orbitz Travel Insider- Ski Vacations

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Join your Orbitz Travel Insider Jeanenne Diefendorf as she shares wallet friendly ways to save on winter getaways. Plus, see the sights and slopes of…moreJoin your Orbitz Travel Insider Jeanenne Diefendorf as she shares wallet friendly ways to save on winter getaways. Plus, see the sights and slopes of Colorado's Beaver Creek Resort and find out why when it comes to activities, skiing is just the tip of the iceberg. For more information, please visit www.orbitz.com less

A Grand Day Out in Wensleydale

A Grand Day Out in Wensleydale

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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

Riding the Ski lift at Mount Wachusett

Riding the Ski lift at Mount Wachusett

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Riding the Ski lift at Mount Wachusett

Love Pakistan

Love Pakistan

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A wonderful place to be!

Thailand 2005

Thailand 2005

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by: Solo traveller

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An experimental Travel video based on my week long trip in Thailand.

Siena

Siena

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Piazza del Campo, the main square in Siena, a beautiful Tuscan city.

Lake Trasimeno, Umbria, italy

Lake Trasimeno, Umbria, italy

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Lake Trasimeno in Umbria is the fourth largest lake in Italy. The footage was taken in Passignano sul Trasimeno on the northern shores of the lake.

Rochers de Naye, Lake Geneva

Rochers de Naye, Lake Geneva

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In this travel video see the Panoramic view from the summit of Rochers de Naye

Rush Hour at Road Town, Tortola, BVI

Rush Hour at Road Town, Tortola, BVI

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Rush Hour at Road Town, Tortola, BVI

Rush Hour at Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, USVI

Rush Hour at Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, USVI

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Rush Hour at Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, USVI

Slovenia. A Diversity to Discover.

Slovenia. A Diversity to Discover.

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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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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

Villa Amanecer

Villa Amanecer

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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

Girls Gone Shopping Weekend – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a wonderful place to get away for the weekend for some family girl time. Quality shopping is abound to keep a group …moreMyrtle Beach, South Carolina is a wonderful place to get away for the weekend for some family girl time. Quality shopping is abound to keep a group busy all weekend long. Plus there is great nightlife and of course, the beach. You can find out more information at www.discoversouthcarolina.com.. less

Family Vacations, Myrtle Beach

Family Vacations, Myrtle Beach

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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is the perfect destination for a family. Myrtle Beach offers countless family activities from hanging out at the beach,…moreMyrtle Beach, South Carolina is the perfect destination for a family. Myrtle Beach offers countless family activities from hanging out at the beach, playing around in the ocean, quality shopping and fabulous fishing adventures. You can find out more information at www.discoversouthcarolina.com. less

Ultimate guy’s getaway in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Ultimate guy’s getaway in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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by: ebrains

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Myrtle Beach is a great place to get away for a guys weekend. Quality golf courses are abound in Myrtle Beach. Then there is the beach which comes …moreMyrtle Beach is a great place to get away for a guys weekend. Quality golf courses are abound in Myrtle Beach. Then there is the beach which comes with all the merits of hanging out by the ocean. Finally, there is the exciting nightlife found throughout Myrtle Beach. You can find out more information at www.southcarolinagolf.com. less

Giving back can be very good for you

Giving back can be very good for you

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by: Volunteer Abroad

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Service is the very purpose of life. It is the rent we pay for living on this planet. http://www.abroaderview.org

No obstacles in Iceland

No obstacles in Iceland

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Iceland on Track will make your travel in Iceland unforgettable. We offer guided tours into Iceland’s untouchable nature and exciting places in our S…moreIceland on Track will make your travel in Iceland unforgettable. We offer guided tours into Iceland’s untouchable nature and exciting places in our Super Jeeps, providing all or our clients with personal, high-quality service. We can also arrange customized self-drive tours. Any of our tours can include a range of exciting adventures from river rafting, snowmobiling, whale watching, horse riding, kayaking, and more, depending on the season. Don't hesitate to ask us about any outdoor activity you want your travel in Iceland to include and let us make the arrangements for you. Iceland on Track drivers are licensed, trained, and experienced professionals. Our Super Jeeps are equipped with top of the line equipment and gear for your safety and comfort. Iceland’s terrain and weather can be unpredictable and difficult to navigate, allow our drivers to guide you safely around our beautiful landscape less

Maho Beach, St Maarten

Maho Beach, St Maarten

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by: hyannisferryman

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A quiet drink at the bar at Maho Beach, St Maarten

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 8 Petemann Island

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

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 5 Neko Harbour

Destination Unknown - Antarctica 5 Neko Harbour

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by: railaybay3

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

 Destination Unknown - Antarctica 4 Paradise Island

Destination Unknown - Antarctica 4 Paradise Island

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by: railaybay3

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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 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

A Day at Mystic Aquarium

A Day at Mystic Aquarium

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by: hyannisferryman

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