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Colombia Travel Guide HD

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Travel to Colombia, the land of El Dorado. Explore tropical landscapes; colonial Bogot and Cartagena; bustling Medellin, and Pereira in the Coffee Triangle.

Travel to Colombia | Colombia’s Colonial Jewels & the Coffee Triangle | Overseas Adventure Travel

View our video about Colombia’s Colonial Jewels & Caribbean Coast and see travelers enjoying pristine Caribbean beaches, scenic colonial gems, and warm Colombian culture:

Explore the historic San Felipe Fortress
Cruise along Cartagena Bay
Savor a meal with a Colombian family

Colombia’s Colonial Jewels & the Coffee Triangle
Bogotá • Medellin • Pereira • Cartagena

View our video and see the colonial cities, highland landscapes, and cultural gems you’ll discover during our Colombia’s Colonial Jewels & the Coffee Triangle adventure, which includes:

24 meals, including a Home-Hosted Dinner
19 small group activities
A visit to a coffee-growing plantation
Colombia’s Colonial Jewels & the Coffee Triangle (2014)

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Small Groups: Never more than 10-16 travelers—guaranteed!

Discover hidden riches when you travel to Colombia, the land that inspired the myth of El Dorado—and whose borders are now open to travelers after decades of being closed. While Spanish explorers searched in vain for a legendary “Lost City of Gold,” when you journey here with OAT, you’ll witness a country in the midst of a cultural renaissance … and find that the real treasures of Colombia are all around you. Our comprehensive adventure takes us from the colonial gems of Bogotá and Cartagena to bustling modern Medellin and the Coffee Triangle region around Pereira, Manizales, and Armenia. Along the way, we’ll meet the friendly and resilient Colombian people, experiencing a vibrant blend of cultures with a rich history.
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Treasures from The Rafael Larco Herrera Museum – Lima Travel Guide

The Rafael Larco Herrera Museum exhibits artifacts, jewelry and ceramics from more than 3,000 years of Perus pre-Columbian history.

The museum is housed in a 17th century colonial mansion, itself built on the remnants of an ancient pyramid that dates back to the 7th Century.

Among its gold and silver artifacts is a world renowned collection of Huacos Eróticos, graphic ceramic depictions of sexual acts from the Moche culture, which dominated Perus northern coast for 800 years until about 800 A.D.

With a quiet courtyard, a lush green lawn, and bougainvillea climbing the walls, it could be mistaken for a secluded country hacienda, even though its in the heart of one of South Americas largest and busiest cities.

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7 Treasures in this chapter:

1) Emerald and Diamond Ring 00:10
2) Antique Coin Purse 00:22
3) Antique Colombian Soup Ladel 02:52
4) Pottery Chimu Vessel 04:01
5) Ancient Chupicuaro Figure 04:22
6) Shamanistic Jaguar Head 06:13
7) Antique Colobian Table Knife 06:51

Women Who Travel For SEX: Sun, sea and gigolos (Full Documentary)

Women Who Travel For SEX: Sun, sea and gigolos (Full Documentary)

The men are young, gorgeous and up for it. No wonder Western women see a Third World holiday as the gateway to casual sex – sometimes in exchange for cash. But as a new film highlights female sex tourism, Liz Hoggard asks who really pays the price.

An attractive woman sips a cocktail under a bamboo shade. The sand is dazzlingly white, the sea aquamarine. A handsome young man approaches her and showers her with compliments: she is the most beautiful woman he has ever seen, he says. For the first time in years, she truly believes she is desirable.

But this holiday romance is not all it seems. The woman is white, in her late 50s; the man, black, 18 – and paid for his attentions. The scene – from the controversial new French film, Heading South, which opened this weekend, starring Charlotte Rampling, makes us confront uncomfortable truths about sexuality in a globalised world, and the legacy of colonialism.

In the film, an intelligent, provocative take on sex tourism in the late-1970s, Rampling plays Ellen, an American professor, who spends every summer at a private resort in Haiti, where beautiful, muscled black boys are available to the female clientele, mostly affluent single women in their forties, who despair of finding mates through more conventional means. “More than sex, they are seeking a tenderness that the world is refusing them,” the film’s director, Laurence Cantet, explains.

Fast-forward 30 years, and the reality of sex tourism is anything but tender. Today beach resorts in developing countries such as Kuta in Bali, Negril in Jamaica and Boca Chica and Sosua in the Dominican Republic have become Third World pick-up spots for women tourists. Tour companies even market package deals as sex holidays for single and unaccompanied women. Forget Shirley Valentine, these women – who range from grandmothers to teens – don’t want a long-term relationship. And there’s plenty of live flesh on sale.

Take Jamaica, where 17 per cent of the population lives below the poverty line. Hustling on the beach is the only way that some young men can feed themselves and their families. No wonder they choose older women who pay better than younger ones. InNegril, the men can earn 0 (£60) for sex with a female tourist, £90 for oral sex, which Jamaican men usually regard as taboo. Many others are hired as a guide to the island and throw in sexual services, often just for as meal or a place to sleep.

The definition of a sex tourist is an adult who travels in order to have legal consensual sexual relations with another adult, often for the exchange of money or presents. We still assume that a sex tourist will be male – indeed many regard the relationship between beach boy and female tourist as harmless fun. The woman gets guilt-free sex while keeping a firm hold on the purse strings. Where’s the harm?

Jane, 67, a divorcee, has spent the past 10 years holidaying in West Africa. She loves the climate and the people – and she especially loves the men. “They are so wonderfully flattering. They make you feel like a real women. I don’t mind paying for their drinks and meals if they stay the night.” Divorced, with two grown-up sons, she explains, “White men my own age are so set in their ways; they just want another wife.”

For others, this is exploitation pure and simple. Even where no money is exchanged, this sort of behaviour destabilises local communities and families. Ignorance and lack of concern about the abject poverty and lack of choice that characterises the men’s lives leads the women to romanticise their actions. It is true that women sex tourists are still outnumbered by the legions of men who travel to Thailand and the Philippines for sex with prostitutes. Charities such as Amnesty and Unicef have no official policy on female sex tourism, preferring to focus on protecting trafficked women and children. Chris Beddoe, director of Ecpat UK, the children’s rights organisation that campaigns against child sex tourism, believes: “If both adult partners are open and honest about what they’re getting out of it, that’s one thing. But it’s another thing to continue the fantasy when there’s a denial of the power that money brings to that relationship that creates a culture of dependency and exploitation.
Nirpal Dhaliwal, author of the recent novel, Tourism (which satirises older white women turned on by young brown flesh), takes a tougher view. “Women enjoy casual sex and prostitution, too, but with far more hypocrisy. They help themselves to men in the developing world, kidding themselves that it’s a ‘holiday romance’ that has nothing to do with the money they spend. Go to any Jamaican beach and you’ll find handsome ‘rent-a-dreads’, who get by servicing Western women – lots from Britain. I’ve seen similar things in Goa.”
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The Emirates Palace is a seven star luxury hotel in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
Emirates Palace is located on 1.3 km of private beach and surrounded by 85 hectares of gardens, with 114 domes that are 80 meters high. It is a 30 minute drive from Abu Dhabi airport and 1.5 hours drive from Dubai airport.
The building was designed by architect, John Elliott RIBA, who was Senior Vice President at Wimberly, Allison, Tong and Goo, (WATG) an international firm specialising in Luxury Hotels. It opened in November 2005 but certain restaurants and spas did not open until 2006. The hotel was built by and is owned by the Abu Dhabi government, and is currently managed by the Kempinski Group.
The costs to build the hotel were 3.9 billion GBP or 11.02 billion AED or about 6 billion USD. The Emirates Palace occupies 850,000m² of floor space. Underground parking allows housing for 2,500 vehicles. There are two swimming pools and spas. The hotel has its own marina and helipad. The Emirates Palace is the second most expensive hotel ever built, only surpassed by Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Room rates at Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace rose by more than a quarter last year as guest numbers topped 150,000. A 26 per cent rise in rates helped revenue per available room — the standard measure used by hotels — reach one of its highest levels since it opened in 2005, said the hotel manager Alexander Schneider.
“Despite the opening of many other luxury hotels and resorts in Abu Dhabi, Emirates Palace has continued to achieve a very high performance over the past years,” said Mr Schneider.
The hotel, meanwhile, hopes to raise its international profile further — as a backdrop for film productions. “Emirates Palace is the only venue in the region qualified to offer a unique backdrop for film shootings and to curate a movie premiere screening in its auditorium at the same time,” Mr Schneider added.
Abu Dhabi is expected to add as many as 6,000 new hotel rooms over the next three years according to CBRE Middle East, the property broker.
“There is still a lot of supply to come up but that also makes it far more affordable than Dubai and travellers from within the UAE will remain one of its key markets,” said Matthew Green, the head of research and consultancy at CBRE. The broker expects hotel occupancy in Abu Dhabi to rise from about 65 per cent in 2012 to about 70 per cent this year.
Emirates Palace is currently focusing on Chinese, Indian and Latin American markets as Etihad Airways funnels more travellers from those countries through the emirate. India is Abu Dhabi’s largest tourism market in terms of the number of guests.
Emirates Palace has also become a popular wedding venue for families from India, Russia and China, said Mr Schneider.
The capital’s flagship hotel is owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi, and is managed by the Geneva-based Kempinski Hotels.
Abu Dhabi hotel operators are benefiting from rising visitor numbers to the country.
In November, Abu Dhabi National Hotels (ADNH) reported Dh842 million in operating revenues, an increase of Dh93m during the first nine months of the year compared with the same period in 2012. “forbes rich list” “London luxury shopping” billionaire millionaire Monaco “super rich” “private jet” yacht entertainment “luxs report” us usa America uk London “Donald trump” Dubai elite executive arab ceo forbes Europe vip money lil wayne travel “5 star hotel “super car” bugatti Lamborghini Ferrari Porsche private jet 2014 2015 monaco luxury “get rich” gambling investment Beverly Hills Malibu Miami “positive thinking” “super yacht” “mega yacht” “playboy mansion” “luxury lifestyle” mansion “emirates palace”
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The company recorded gross profits of Dh95.7m and net profit of Dh58.8m. ADNH’s total assets were Dh9.62 billion. Its hotel division, which includes internationally branded owned hotels and its own Al Diar brand, and the retail unit were the main profit generators. The latest additions to ADNH’s portfolio to come on stream this year — Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas, Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach and Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal — led the charge to top the hotel division’s revenues to Dh562m, compared with Dh468m during the same period in 2012.

Travel video about destination Cape Town Beach in South-Africa.
During the days of apartheid, the Muizenberg beach was off limits to blacks. They could only go to beaches abandoned by the whites : beaches that were too dangerous, or shark-infested… After apartheid, a white man decided to initiate poor black kids in surfing, to get them off drugs. One pupil even became world champion, to the delight of the whole community. Social rifts still exist, however. The Camps Bay beach is for the wealthiest, obviously mostly white, whereas the blacks tend to go to the Muizenberg Beach. In the evening, however, they all frequent the bars, restaurants and clubs along the Camp Bay promenade. As violence is still prevalent in South African society, the security measures are particularly tight here, to protect local citizens and visitors alike…

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Travel Guide – Miami Beach, Florida – South Beach, Florida

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Wellington (NZ), next to the sea.

A documentary about a trip to Wellington (New Zealand) making stops in New York and Sydney, using only an iPhone 4 and Final cut pro. Videoloop is a video and audio editing form that creates an illusion of meaning, a sense of music. There is no music at all in this video, only the editing.

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Miami Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

With its pristine beaches and palm tree-lined streets, Miami is one of the top tourist destinations in the country.

Start your Miami tour out right with a sample of delicious Cuban cuisine, followed by some Latin dancing. You’ll find plenty of places all over the city to indulge in both, as well as art galleries, theaters, and numerous murals that contribute to Miami’s artistic spirit. Visit South Beach, or SoBe if you’re a local, and admire its Art Deco district, which is full of remarkable pre-World War II architecture.

Continue your Miami sightseeing at iconic Miami Beach, where the streets are lined with palm trees, exotic hotels, and eye-popping cars. Move on to the white sands of the beach itself and lay out in the sun, or try some more physical activities, like paddleboarding, biking, or in-line skating along the boardwalks.

No trip to Miami is complete without a visit to the Everglades and the nearby wildlife habitats, like the Jungle Zoo, where you can get up close and personal with a variety of living creatures. Don’t forget to say hello to the pink flamingos!

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Where the Sun Reigns – A tour of Miami-Dade County. With many views of attractions at ground level and from a helicopter. Beaches, football, greyhound racing, golf, mansions, shopping centers, Miracle Mile & more.

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Cebu, Philippines beach & travel tips! Miss Scuba beauty pageant, Pacific Cebu Resort by sav

Travel TV presenter and blogger La Carmina ( falls in love with Cebu, Philippines! She relaxed in the renovated, tropical paradise of Pacific Cebu Resort ( run by Sav Hospitality. La Carmina judged the Miss Scuba beauty pageant, and sailed to islands in Lapu Lapu, feasting on seafood and fresh coconuts. Find out who won the beauty contest, and why Cebu is a still-undiscovered Asian beach destination.

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La Carmina ( is a travel TV host, experienced journalist, influential blogger and author – specializing in stories about Japan and Asia culture. She has a passionate online following (hundreds of thousands of followers on social networks), and her award-winning blog – – is featured in major media (The New Yorker, Washington Post, The Guardian, Vogue).

In addition, La Carmina is a travel / culture journalist (Sunday Times, Hong Kong Express, CNN Travel, Huffington Post), and author of 3 books about J-pop culture (published by Penguin and Random House = see She hosts TV shows for Discovery (Oddities), Food Network, Travel Channel (Bizarre Foods) and more – as well as own video series on Business Insider, which gets 500,000 views per episode. She also runs a TV coordination and consulting business that recently got attention for their bagelheads forehead inflation segment on National Geographic Taboo. More of her resume at

Speeches and appearances include Pecha Kucha Tokyo, IFB conference at NY Fashion Week, PRSA Travel and Tourism Conference, Hong Kong Social Media Week, Mediabistro’s Social Curation summit.

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Pinterest Miss Exxxotica “Bikini Contest”. A3 Network. Twitter: @A3Network. EXXXOTICA Miami Beach, presented by, celebrated love and sex, and the six-year expo has become a staple in the SoBe community. Thousands of returning fans and first time attendees flocked to the convention center despite the high temperatures and impending rapture. Leading national and local media reported from the expo floor, documenting EXXXOTICA’s wide range of seminars, stage shows, contests, exhibitors and adult stars. The media and fan consensus labeled the fan expo as an immense triumph and a rousing success.

“EXXXOTICA continues to improve every year, and as a result, we experience overwhelming support from the community of Miami,” said J. Handy, Director of Victory Tradeshow Management. “An increased female focus of attractions made for a much higher percentage of women this year. We spoke with as many female and male attendees as possible, and the feedback was extremely positive. Thank you to all the sponsors and exhibitors who contributed to the overall success of the show. We are looking forward to our next stop, EXXXOTICA Chicago.” states that the fan experience was even better at the 2011 expo. Matt Meltzer of the popular South Beach website wrote, “EXXXOTICA is one of the most accessible, carefree, fun events that comes to South Florida every year. Because much like the [adult] industry itself, EXXXOTICA doesn’t take itself too seriously and just wants people to have a good time. And as long as the good folks who run it maintain that attitude, they’ll always be welcome in South Florida.”

“A walk on the wild side,” is what Miami’s CBS 4 called EXXXOTICA in its news segment from the convention. The popular piece ran 12 times, while focusing on all the expo offered to fans, from videos and gadgets to celebrities. “People loving love!”

This year’s show, billed as a “Celebration of Sexy,” ran at the Miami Beach Convention Center in South Beach from Friday, April 18th to Sunday, April 20th. More than 22,000 fans packed into the show to experience its biggest bang ever with more stars, booths, features, exhibits, contests, entertainment and just more, more, more of everything! Each day of the three-day adult consumer show displayed significant growth and improvement from the numbers of the past two years, with an overall increase of attendees around 40% from last year’s numbers. A3 Network is a group of online TV channels that reflect the modern lifestyle featuring Nightlife, Clubs, DJs, How-Tos, Music Video, Style, Art, Fashion, Travel, Bikini Girls, Film and Sexy Pool Parties. Whatever The Flavor – The most exciting videos on Youtube! A3 Network videos are produced by
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