South America

Unreal New Zealand

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Certain places cannot be described with words. That’s why I created a video. The places I visited, the experiences I had, none can be visualized by a mere description. Entering the South Island of New Zealand is like entering a fantasy world. In my video, I have attempted to capture the beauty of Queenstown, Te Anau, Fiordland, Wanaka and Glenorchy. However, what the camera captures is limited compared to what your eyes really see.

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ECUADOR in South America – Volcanos and Bull Fights

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Santiago de Guayaquil, largest and most populous city of Ecuador is on the banks of the river called “Guayas”. It’s about 155 Miles away from Quito. The best part I liked about Guayaquil airport is that there is a Wi fi connection and its FREE. Most of the airports in the world charge for wi fi (McCarran in Vegas is also free). The worst part for me , being a smoker, was that we could not smoke at the airport. They have not catered for smoking at all unless you have money you want to just blow up.

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A trip to the Galapagos Islands – Part 1

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On this hike, we saw hundreds of marine iguanas and we were less than 5 feet away from them. We walked past sea lions happily lazing in the sun. We saw the bones of a whale which were collected by the rangers of the Galapagos National Park. We saw the great blue heron and also watched a Galapagos hawk catch a marine iguana and eat it when it was alive. (Ewww Gross!)

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A Trip to Bolivia – Part 2

A Trip to Bolivia – Part 2

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We drove across the mountains, visited many Lagos, saw an active volcano, saw flamingos and other animals such as ostriches, lizards, emu’s etc. If you are not a big fan of dry lands, then maybe you could skip this tour because it’s a lot of travel by road. Especially on the mountains, you can hardly call them roads!! We had a roller coaster ride!

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A trip to Bolivia – Part 1

A trip to Bolivia – Part 1

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Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world. We left our hotel early morning around 7.30am since it as a long way to Lake Titicaca. We went by road for about an hour and then by boat for half an hour. We traveled again by road to the small island of Copacabana.

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River Islands in Amazon Rain Forest

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We passed different kinds of small and large boats. Sometimes children sitting in canoes or standing outside their homes on the riverbanks waved at us. There were men busy fishing or women washing clothes or taking bath. Most people wore small clothes, more like swimming costumes than proper clothes. Generally, people in Brazil seem very open to showing skin, both men and women.

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A trip to Brazil

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All this time, He had been watching us from his heavenly abode above, and realized that we were good people, and wouldn’t commit any sins, even if tempted. So He rewarded us by disclosing the fact though the celebrations are held for a week, the main carnival night would take place just before our return.

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