Travel Brazil – The Carioca Way (Film Scholarship Winners 2012)

As winners of the 2012 World Nomads Travel Film Scholarship, Shriya Pilgaonkar (Presenter) and I (Eeshit Narain, Cameraman) jetset to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to film the Carnaval celebrations and to immerse ourselves in Brazilian culture.

Locals of Rio de Janeiro proudly call themselves ‘Cariocas’. For them, living in Rio is more than just having a great passion for Carnaval. While in town, we set out to discover what the Carioca spirit is all about and learn what it really means to be a Rio local.
Want to watch more of our Brazilian adventures?

Exploring the Lapa Steps http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_1g9ngL6Js
Carnival Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRBRRVRBvO0
Carnival Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKCiNWJtmBk
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Looking for more info on Rio or Carnaval?

Get some local intel – If you have any questions about travelling to Rio, feel free to hit up our Ask A Nomad community here – http://answers.worldnomads.com/

Concerned about safety in Brazil? – Check out our travel safety articles on how to stay safe when travelling to Brazil – http://safety.worldnomads.com/brazil and stay covered with our travel insurance – http://www.worldnomads.com/insurance….

Looking to book for local festivals and events? – Check out Be A Local – http://bealocal.com – they were great in getting us tickets to Carnaval.

Thinking about where to stay in Rio? – We had fantastic assistance from the crew at AirBnB – http://airbnb.com – who helped set us up with an excellent pad.

Looking to give back when you travel? – Check out International Volunteer HQ – http://www.volunteerhq.org – who have some great projects running on the ground in Brazil.

The Real Rio de Janeiro Full BBC Travel Documentary

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It’s one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and also one of the most dangerous. In the slums of Rio de Janeiro violent drug gangs operate with impunity, with no regard for human life. Now after decades of chaos, Brazilian authorities are attempting to restore order. They’re using military-like force and a new approach to policing. This bold offensive is referred to as “pacification”, but will it work, and can it work in time?

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36 countries in a little over a year. I made a plan, worked and saved for 3 years and quit to travel the world. I sold everything I owned and hitchhiked, couch surfed, slept in airports, train aisles, floors, anywhere I needed to. I volunteered in Africa and flew wing suits in California. I trekked to Mt Everest base camp and Base jumped off antennas in England. I made mates for life all around the world. This is the story of my trip! Thanks to everyone who was a part of it, it wouldn’t have been the same without you!

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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 a day is fairly easy if you’re CouchSurfing (free), eating street food ( a meal) and travelling on the chicken bus ( per 100 miles). That’s just 00 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.

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Las Vegas Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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Step out of the ordinary world and into the glittering, wild spread of “Sin City,” better known as Las Vegas, Nevada. Test your luck in the numerous casinos lining the city and then indulge in some Las Vegas sightseeing – will you win big or head home empty-handed?

The main drag, also called “The Strip,” is lined with exotic resorts sure to leave an impression on you. These gigantic venues aren’t just about the gambling, though you’ll find craps, poker, and other games running at all hours of the day and night. A trip to one of these extraordinary establishments is a journey unto itself, filled with luxury and excitement. Take in the dancing fountains at the Bellagio, or watch knights jousting at the Excalibur. Explore shopping centers, theme parks, and some of the best dining in the country with menus designed by five-star chefs…all without leaving your hotel.

When the sun goes down and the neon lights wink on, all bets are off. Visit our Las Vegas travel guide to plan your Sin City excursion!

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Rio de Janeiro Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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The early morning in Rio de Janeiro brings quiet, misty coastlines and pink-purple sunrises. The Brazilian locals are up and about soon enough, piling onto the beautiful beaches and expressing themselves through artwork, dance, and the ubiquitous Rio de Janeiro partying.

A Rio de Janeiro tour must stop at Christ the Redeemer, the ubiquitous statue that watches over the city from above the Tijuca National Forest. Take the cable car to the lookout point on Sugarloaf Mountain, the city’s iconic peak, and try not to look down – it’s a long way to drop!

After a morning spent in nature, your Rio de Janeiro sightseeing should continue in the city proper. Join the sun worshippers at Copacabana, where you can stake out a patch of beach or float out to sea with the paddleboarders. Shop for souvenirs in Ipanema, or take part in the street dances, festivals, and parades that may spontaneously break out.

The “Cidade Maravilhosa,” or the marvelous city, has much to offer all of its visitors. What impression will it leave with you?

Visit our Rio de Janeiro travel guide page for more information or to plan your next vacation!

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Family Travel to Wyndham Grand Desert in Las Vegas, Nevada

Make the most out of your Las Vegas vacation by choosing a resort that was built with families in mind. Enjoy boating, fishing and swimming fun at Lake Mead, the biggest man-made lake in the western hemisphere. Tour the Hoover Dam and learn the secrets behind this engineering masterpiece. Climb Red Rock Canyon’s unique rock formations or take our free shuttle to the Las Vegas Strip, where attractions galore await for all ages. At Wyndham Grand Desert, our spacious one, two, three and four-bedroom vacation suites comfortably sleep up from two to 12 guests and range from 612 to 2360 square feet. Whether you’re traveling with extended family or a smaller party, you will appreciate the privacy of separate bedrooms, the economy of a fully equipped private kitchen and the convenience of a washer and dryer in each suite. Plus, a Whirlpool tub, full dining room, leather furniture and televisions throughout are many luxuries you just won’t find in an average hotel room. It is your home away from home, only better!

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http://vacationwithrod.roderickarchieldjr.com – In this very short video I discuss about a vacation travel club a very good friend of mine showed me. Click the link inside the video right now to find out more. There are a lot of vacation clubs out there that give certain discounts when you become a member. A lot of people ask, “What is the best vacation travel club to join”? If you were to ask me, my answer would be the one that you joined. Every vacation travel club has their unique benefits, ups & downs, and their own flavor when it comes to being a member. As long the ultimate goal is met, which is creating peak life experiences with family members, friends, co workers, or whoever, you pretty much answered your question.

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Nevada Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Nevada.
Nevada is the heart of America’s west, gateway to a wild and spacious wonderland that is full of amazing surprises and outrageous contradictions.Las Vegas appears like a mirage in the desert, awake night and day, THE entertainment capital of the world! Guarded by a sphinx that stretches its paws out toward the Strip, a pyramid looms above the desert paradise, The Luxor Hotel, one of many theme hotels in this incredible city. The MGM lion guards one of the largest hotels in the world with over five thousand rooms, whereas the Bellagio is a return to the exclusive nature of the casino hotels of the past: here, luxury is at its zenith – an investment of 1,8 billion dollars speaks for itself! The Valley Of Fire is located about 90 km. north east of Las Vegas and derived its name from bizarre, dark red sandstone rocks formed from both wind and rain. Good footpaths lead through the numerous canyons of the 150 million year old rock formations and while climbing over the huge plateaus images come to mind of the Anasazi Indians who once lived here 800 years ago. The fascinating scenery of Red Rock Canyon is easily reached from Las Vegas, a perfect scene of the old Wild West in stark contrast to the glittering world of the nearby city of gambling. A panoramic 20-kilometre roadway leads to the best observation points of this 330 km² nature reserve in the Mojave Desert. Lake Mead is a huge artificial lake amidst breathtaking Nature. The land that encircles it has been declared a National Recreation Area and it’s home to a variety of unique plants as well as numerous animals. The authentic, three-deck Mississippi-style paddle steamer, the Desert Princess, is the ideal way to travel the lake in style to the legendary Hoover Dam. Only two and a half hours by car to the west of Las Vegas is the USA’s most recent national park that extends to the opposite side of California’s border, Death Valley! It was through here that thousands of pioneers took a short cut while journeying west, many of them perishing in the attempt. However, this region is most certainly the heart of the west – the wild wild west of Nevada!

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