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Travel Diary : KOREA

It’s not about the destination, it’s about the company 🙂 Korea was one of the most beautiful countries I’ve ever experienced. The food, beauty, nature and culture really inspired me. Hope this ignites your wanderlust. xoxo Mish

Thank you Korea Tourism Organization for hosting my team and I 🙂 We had a wonderful experience taking part of the To”ur Imagination campaign! 감사합니다 ♥
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www.youtube.com/ibuzzkorea

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크루셜 스타 (Crucial Star) – Flat Shoes (feat. Lovey)

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우탄 (WU TAN) 2nd Digital single album 데려다줄게 (feat VEN)
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더블케이(Double K) – 멘트 (Feat. 개코 Gaeko of Dynamic duo)

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Park Hyatt Seoul
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VIDI VICI Cosmetics by Lee KyungMin
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Bhutan Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Bhutan.
The independent kingdom of Bhutan is located in Southeast Asia, most of it being two thousand metres above sea level and is situated between India in the south and Tibet in the north. Until the 1960’s Bhutan was protected from intruders due to its geographical location and was totally cut off from the outside world. Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan. On the northern edge of the city on the banks of the Wang River is the Pangri Zampa Temple, two impressive white buildings in the centre of a monastery. A school of astrology is located behind an unusually long prayer wall of carved stones surrounded by a forest of cypress trees. The road to Punakha travels across the Dochula Pass from the top of which more than a hundred chortens appear in the mist. A chorten is a container for religious offerings that symbolize Buddha’s consciousness in the Himalayan countries, and are therefore sacred. As quickly as it arrives, the fog vanishes, and the Druk Wangyal Ihakhang Temple suddenly appears out of nowhere. At the end of a valley, about fifteen kilometres from Paro, and located on a hill, is the once proud Drukgyal Dzong Fortress. At its foot, the beautiful village of Tsento nestling against protective rocks and surrounded by fertile fields which are brown or green according to the season of the year. Bhutan is an amazing country has retained its ancient traditions, religious secrets and cultural identity.

U.S.A. – The West Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination USA – The West.
The west of North America is full of amazing contrast and stretches from the pretentious world of the Hollywood glitterati to a landscape that is both natural and spectacular. This journey features some unique and impressive sights such as the historic rock settlements of the Native American Indians and fascinating salt deserts and volcanic areas.Los Angeles is synonymous with Hollywood and it was here that this amazing city attained worldwide fame. The Sidewalk Of Fame is covered with brass stars that bear the names of famous celebrities of both past and present. Universal Studios is the largest and most active film and television studio in the world as well as providing a popular day out for the family and is one of the most successful amusement parks in the U.S.A. Death Valley covers an area of around ten thousand square kilometres. Around a fifth of the region is located at or below sea-level. During the gold rush of the nineteenth century it was through here that thousands of pioneers took a short cut while journeying west. They eventually arrived in a valley that offered no further way forward. Weakness, hunger and lack of water combined to create the name of this treacherous valley. Las Vegas is like a mirage in the desert, awake day and night it is THE entertainment capital of the world. The Bellagio is a return to the exclusive nature of the casino hotels of the past in which luxury is at its zenith and an investment of nearly two billion dollars speaks for itself. Sixteen hundred metres deep and sixteen kilometres long the Grand Canyon is the most colossal gorge in the world. The sight of this gigantic natural wonder is the climax of any trip to Arizona and each year around five million visitors come to see this, the ‘Eighth Wonder Of The World’. Natural wonders, amazing sights, boundless wealth and incredible neon: America’s west still has the call of the wild!

1 year traveling around the world – Europe, Asia & South America (epic travel montage)

2014 I went traveling around the world documenting my travels in order to produce travel videos for my YouTube channel and/or my clients. During the last 12 months I visited 15 countries and 3 continents!

*Deutsch*
2014 habe ich eine weitere Weltreise gemacht und dabei alle Reiseerfahrung per Video für diesen Kanal und meine Kunden dokumentiert. Insgesamt habe ich 15 Länder auf 3 Kontinenten besucht!

Wenn du Teil meiner zukünftigen Reisen sein möchtest: abonniere den Kanal und entdecke die Welt mit mir. Ich freue mich dich dabei zu haben!

*English*
If you’d like to be part of my upcoming travels: subscribe to the channel and follow along. I’m looking forward counting you into my awesome community of open minded travelers!

You are already able to watch most of the material I recorded in 2014 on this channel as seen in this travel montage – more from my Round the World trip can be seen very soon 🙂

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Countries I’ve been to during this Round the World trip this year:
– Bulgaria
– Macedonia
– Bosnia & Herzegovina
– Albania
– Greece
– Montenegro
– Serbia
– Croatia
– Brazil
– Italy
– San Marino
– Finland
– Sri Lanka
– England
– Germany

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Facts That Will Make You Want To Travel

Fact: There is no time like the present.
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Video Credits
Between Two Trees by Vimeo user Steven Alan http://vimeo.com/41313367 (used under CC Attribution license)
Flickr Jordan Still www.flickr.com/photos/wenthevegan/6616028095/sizes/l/in/photostream/
The Life We Live — Surfing Alaska by Vimeo user JGS-Concepts http://vimeo.com/70053056 (used under CC Attribution license)
From LA To LA by Vimeo user Steven Alan http://vimeo.com/55701285 (used under CC Attribution license)
Firedance In Palma De Mallorca by Vimeo user Franklin Tello http://vimeo.com/9095699 (used under CC Attribution license)
Bali by Vimeo user Matthieu VAUTRIN http://vimeo.com/48823888 (used under CC Attribution license)
Adventures In Nova Scotia With Dan Be Good By Demiel Pepin by Vimeo user V Ronald http://vimeo.com/71545760 (used under CC Attribution license)
World Travel Days 31-38 by Vimeo user John Cain Alan http://vimeo.com/50909970 (used under CC Attribution license)
New Year’s In Zanzibar by Vimeo user Theo Loo http://vimeo.com/57660181 (used under CC Attribution license)
Rolling In Barcelona by Vimeo user Albert Codonyer http://vimeo.com/38361720 (used under CC Attribution license)
Exploring The Nile by Vimeo user Theo Loo http://vimeo.com/57694006 (used under CC Attribution license)
I Love Korea — Where Modernity Meets Tradition by Vimeo user Jose Francisco Farrugia http://vimeo.com/42478089 (used under CC Attribution license)
Castle Shot by Flickr user Dave Stokes: http://www.flickr.com/photos/33909700@N02/3159717526/ (used under cc license)
Journey Of Budapest by Vimeo user Zini Park http://vimeo.com/65454751 (used under CC Attribution license)
Summer In Ontario by Vimeo user Jonathan Riesebos http://vimeo.com/72987072
(used under CC Attribution license)

How to Travel Hawaii Ridiculously Cheap!! Budget Travel Tips

My best tips on how to travel in Hawaii super cheap!
“Gabe’s Guide to Budget Travel”, packed with practical travel info, is only $10 on Amazon! Click here for more info and to read reviews: http://www.amazon.com/Gabes-Guide-Budget-Travel-Tricks/dp/1470155141/
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Video created by Gabriel Morris, who is the owner of all video or photo content. See more below.

Gabriel Morris is a world traveler and travel writer who has been adventuring around the world off and on since his first trip to Europe in the summer of 1990. He is author of “Following My Thumb”, a collection of 26 exciting and hilarious autobiographical travel stories from his worldly wanderings during the 1990s; and of several other books. Visit http://gabrieltraveler.com for lots more info about his travel writing, photography, videos, budget travel tips and much more.

Thanks a lot for watching, and safe journeys!

How to Travel Hawaii Ridiculously Cheap!! Budget Travel Tips

Costa Rica Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Costa Rica.
Costa Rica is a fascinating country in Central America bordered by Nicaragua and Panama, a natural paradise between the Caribbean and the Pacific.Located at more than a thousand metres above sea level, San José, Costa Rica’s capital city, not only boasts an idyllic location in the heart of Central America’s coffee country, but also an enviable climate. The extent to which Costa Rica joins with European tradition can be seen in the Teatro Nacional. The coffee barons, to whom the glorious development of San José is owed, created taxes for the export of coffee beans and thus funded the construction of the magnificent building. In a fertile mountain valley at the foot of a volcano, is Turrialba, a town that radiates a serene calm but once was an important station on the route of the Jungle Train from San José to the Atlantic coast. The crater of the Poas Volcano is surrounded by the dense green of a rainforest and overlooks the north western Meseta Central. Although it is one of the country’s most active volcanoes, it is the most visited, as visitors can go by car almost to the edge of the crater. The Rain Forest Aerial Tram is Costa Rica’s most popular tourist attraction, a ride on an open gondola through the jungle. A journey of discovery amid a canopy of trees, hovering at treetop level through the solitude of nature. Fascinating nature, joie de vivre and colonial history are omnipresent on this land bridge between North and South America, Costa Rica is surely one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

Travel Channel: Best Destinations in the World

Find out what the best destinations in the World are as awarded by millions of real travelers.

00:00 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
07:12 – Florence, Italy
16:27 – Paris, France
23:06 – Saint Petersburg, Russia
31:23 – Seoul, South Korea

Travel Channel: Best Destinations in the World

Find out what the best destinations in the World are as awarded by millions of real travelers.

00:00 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
07:12 – Florence, Italy
16:27 – Paris, France
23:06 – Saint Petersburg, Russia
31:23 – Seoul, South Korea

Next Generation Interplanetary and Interstellar Space Travel Technology – Documentary

 

Learn to travel — travel to learn: Robin Esrock at TEDxVancouver

Robin Esrock’s success as a global adventurer, travel writer, TV producer and international TV personality was no accident, although it did start with one. Struck down on his bike at a Vancouver intersection, Robin hobbled away with a broken kneecap, and one year later, a modest $20,000 insurance settlement. It was just enough for him pack up his things, quit his job, and set off on a one-year solo round-the-world backpacking adventure to 24 countries. He named his journey Modern Gonzo, and committed to record his year of living dangerously, with online weekly reports, photography, videos, and interviews with every person he met. In doing so, he pioneered a new era of multi-platform, switched-on and wired-in travel journalism, leading to adventures beyond his wildest dreams.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

How To Travel The World On The Cheap | Graham Hughes (@EveryCountry)

Graham Hughes, the first person to visit every country in the world without flying offers his expert advice on how to travel the world on a shoestring.

When asked how can I afford to travel so much, I feel like retorting with: how can you afford your rent? To keep a dog? To have children? To smoke? When I travel, I have no rent to pay, no dog to feed, no kids to look after or cigarette companies to support, so 100% of the money I have can go on travel. Keeping to a budget of $15 a day is fairly easy if you’re CouchSurfing (free), eating street food ($2 a meal) and travelling on the chicken bus ($10 per 100 miles). That’s just $5500 a year — less than a typical British cigarette smoker will spend on ciggies over the same period and much, much less than the rent on a flat in London or the cost of bringing up children.

“The toughest part of travel is deciding to go.”

Travel isn’t a question of being loaded, it’s a question of priorities. Obviously if you want comfort and security, stay at home, work hard and maybe go on a cruise when you’re 67 years old. If you’re lucky enough to live that long. But if you want to see the world NOW, while you’re young, rush headlong into the thrill and vigour of the unknown, wake up every day in a new place with new challenges and new friends, then the world is your dancefloor — all you have to do is make the decision to GET OUT THERE and strut your funky stuff.

To read about my Guinness World Record Breaking journey to every country in the world without flying visit htttp://www.theodysseyexpedition.com or you can watch the BBC documentary about my travels here: https://www.youtube.com/show/theodysseylonelyplanet (UK Only)

Filmed on location in Sorong, West Papua and various places on Planet Earth.

Travel Tips: Become a Carry-on Wiz

Cracking the Secret Code of Travel every Thursday.
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It’s so easy to hurt your back as you go to pick up your luggage that you failed to realize was pretty darn heavy. it can happen to the best and most seasoned travelers. So Sonia is here to give you some tips to avoid this injury bug.

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European Travel Skills Part III

In this third of three shows focusing on travel skills, we’ll visit the Swiss Alps, Paris, and London while covering tips for finding the best accommodations, getting around in big cities, and enjoying Europe’s cuisine. This information is key to making the most of your travel time and, if you’re on a budget, can help you cut the cost of your travels in half.

© 2012 Rick Steves’ Europe

Facts That Will Make You Want To Travel

Fact: There is no time like the present.
Share on FB: http://on.fb.me/15nff5j (you can change the text)
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Song Credit: http://soundcloud.com/cosrenjaan/2012-85s

Video Credits
Between Two Trees by Vimeo user Steven Alan http://vimeo.com/41313367 (used under CC Attribution license)
Flickr Jordan Still www.flickr.com/photos/wenthevegan/6616028095/sizes/l/in/photostream/
The Life We Live — Surfing Alaska by Vimeo user JGS-Concepts http://vimeo.com/70053056 (used under CC Attribution license)
From LA To LA by Vimeo user Steven Alan http://vimeo.com/55701285 (used under CC Attribution license)
Firedance In Palma De Mallorca by Vimeo user Franklin Tello http://vimeo.com/9095699 (used under CC Attribution license)
Bali by Vimeo user Matthieu VAUTRIN http://vimeo.com/48823888 (used under CC Attribution license)
Adventures In Nova Scotia With Dan Be Good By Demiel Pepin by Vimeo user V Ronald http://vimeo.com/71545760 (used under CC Attribution license)
World Travel Days 31-38 by Vimeo user John Cain Alan http://vimeo.com/50909970 (used under CC Attribution license)
New Year’s In Zanzibar by Vimeo user Theo Loo http://vimeo.com/57660181 (used under CC Attribution license)
Rolling In Barcelona by Vimeo user Albert Codonyer http://vimeo.com/38361720 (used under CC Attribution license)
Exploring The Nile by Vimeo user Theo Loo http://vimeo.com/57694006 (used under CC Attribution license)
I Love Korea — Where Modernity Meets Tradition by Vimeo user Jose Francisco Farrugia http://vimeo.com/42478089 (used under CC Attribution license)
Castle Shot by Flickr user Dave Stokes: http://www.flickr.com/photos/33909700@N02/3159717526/ (used under cc license)
Journey Of Budapest by Vimeo user Zini Park http://vimeo.com/65454751 (used under CC Attribution license)
Summer In Ontario by Vimeo user Jonathan Riesebos http://vimeo.com/72987072
(used under CC Attribution license)

3 Years of Travel in 3 Minutes (Lessons and Adventures)

Three Years of Travel and Adventure around the World in 3 Minutes.
Includes scenes from India, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Ukraine, Hungary, Czech Republic, Austria, Greece, Italy, the Vatican, Canada, US, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Nepal, Indonesia and Croatia.

What does it feel like to be present? To be here in the now and fully experiencing this moment. Free from any weight of the past or any anticipation of the future. Just free. Free to realize that only you can control how you feel. About anything. Free to see things for what they are and free to give your time and energy to what really matters.
Accept the fact that everything that makes up your world is there because you attracted it with your own thoughts. Realize that you can control your thoughts and emotions. There’s no big secret. Just choose to think better feeling thoughts. Listen to your emotions and chose to feel good. You can decide to be in a place of attraction and abundance.
What do you want to do in your life? What makes you tick? What makes you feel awe? Don’t be misled into thinking that you’re supposed to do anything. You are supposed to do only what you chose to do. The world is vast and full of possibilities. Follow your bliss. Get out of your comfort zone. Stop looking for reasons why you can’t and look for reasons why you can.

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Austria Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Austria.
A majestic country of high mountains, rich alpine pastures, crystal clear lakes and once the home of a magnificent Empire.

Costa Rica Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Costa Rica.
Costa Rica was sparsely inhabited by indigenous people before it came under Spanish rule in the 16th century. Once a poor and isolated colony, since becoming independent in the 18th century, Costa Rica has become one of the most stable, prosperous, and progressive nations in Latin America. It constitutionally abolished its army permanently in 1949, becoming the first and one of the few sovereign nations without a standing army. A constitutional republic, it is the only Latin American country to have been a democracy since 1950 or earlier. Costa Rica has consistently been among the top-ranking Latin American countries in the Human Development Index. Indeed, in 2010 Costa Rica was cited by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as having attained much higher human development than other countries at the same income levels, while in 2011, the UNDP also identified it as a good performer on environmental sustainability, with a better record on human development and inequality than the median of their region.

European Travel Skills Part III

In this third of three shows focusing on travel skills, we’ll visit the Swiss Alps, Paris, and London while covering tips for finding the best accommodations, getting around in big cities, and enjoying Europe’s cuisine. This information is key to making the most of your travel time and, if you’re on a budget, can help you cut the cost of your travels in half.

© 2012 Rick Steves’ Europe