The Millionaires Gift Guide – BBC Documentary 2016

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Enter the world of luxury through the eyes of the planners and suppliers who help the super rich spend their money. High-end event planners Sophie and Charlotte are launching a new venture at a stately home – a kids’ Christmas party with real reindeer, a unicorn, balloons that cost £50 a pop and a cake worth £10,000.
Vintage watch dealer Tom travels to Geneva for the world’s top watch auction to learn whether his prized timepiece is worth the quarter of a million he wants for it. Personal stylist Daniel is in Mayfair to meet a client who, in just 10 minutes, signs off on several hundred thousand pounds of gifts.

The Eccentric lives of The Ultra Rich in Dubai, Form Their Homes, Toys and Crazy Life style, watch to see what you are missing out on.

Successful Searching – Beginners Guide to Metal Detecting and Treasure Hunting

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An Idiot’s Guide to Politics: young adults disengaged from politics.BBC Documentary 2015

An Idiot’s Guide to Politics BBC Documentary 2015
An Idiot’s Guide to Politics 57:47 An Idiot’s Guide to Politics Season 1 Jolyon Rubinstein finds out why many young adults seem to be so disengaged from politics.

Route 66 Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

The famous Route 66 was one of the original federal routes between 1926 and 1985. It started in Chicago and lead through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California ending in Los Angeles. The length of this historical route is around 4000 km’s. Let us visit the shops, the gas stations, motels, and restaurants along the Mother Road. Let us stop at a secluded spot and listen to the sound of the million wheels traveling on this road. Let us visit the cities of Chicago and St. Louis, the Museum of the West and the western movies, the Native American villages, and the great river, the Mississippi. Let us think of Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, Jack Keruac, John Steinbeck, and the ’Easy riders’. Let us see the wonderful colors of Santa Fe and the fantastic Grand Canyon. Let us walk in the footsteps of the stars on the streets of Beverly Hills and Hollywood, and take a swim in the Ocean on the beach of Santa Monica or Malibu.

PETS Travel Scheme – Guide to taking your pet abroad

PETS Travel Scheme - Guide to taking your pet abroad

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If you love your holidays but always feel sad at the prospect of leaving behind your four-legged friend, then Brittany Ferries have the answer. With the PETS Travel Scheme, we make it easy for you to take your dog or cat on holiday to France or Spain.

Brittany Ferries are approved carriers for cats, dogs and ferrets travelling under the rules of the scheme. All you need to be on your way together is a valid DEFRA certificate (usually a pet passport,) which is available from any registered vet.

Travel Tip: How to Accept Hospitality When Traveling Abroad

This is something that many travelers seem to have difficulty with: how to properly accept hospitality from people you perceive to have less money than you. Many mess this up by refusing or trying to immediately repay the gesture. It feels strange sometimes, but smiling and just saying a big thank you is often the best thing you can do.

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Hong Kong (China) Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

Hong Kong (China) Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

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’Hongkong is the Manhattan dream rising from the South-Chinese Sea’- wrote a delighted traveler upon seeing the skyscrapers of the city. The banks, shopping centers and offices of Hong Kong enriched modern architecture with iconic buildings. From the top of the Victoria’s Peak, one can take a look at the main representative of Asian business and trading, which is continuously developing even under Chinese rule. There are multi-storied buses and trams carrying the passengers in the busy inner city. The visitors are attracted by the night market, the Jade Market, the harbor with the living boats, the Star Ferry with its famous ships, the floating restaurants and the junks…

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The Ultimate Guide to Streaming 2015's Best TV Shows for Free

The Ultimate Guide to Streaming 2015's Best TV Shows for Free
Narcos (10 hours), a retelling of the mythic rise and fall of Pablo Escobar, has also earned strong reviews. … The Jinx, a documentary about a New York real estate mogul who may also be a serial murderer, shocked viewers at the start of the year …
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'Life and Death in the Andes' by Kim MacQuarrie
In his new book “Life and Death in the Andes,” documentary filmmaker and anthropologist Kim MacQuarrie travels the length of the mountain chain in pursuit of these stories and more. A veteran South American … Mixing biography, history, interviews …
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Danang, Vietnam Travel Guide – Getting around and places to visit (Da Nang, Vietnam)

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This video suggests places to visit and provides necessary information about where to stay, what to eat and drink while you are in Danang (or Da Nang). Da Nang Interntional Fireworks Competition DIFC takes place in April every year. Wondering what to do in Danang City? How to get around and enjoy the beaches in Danang for your next vacation? You’ve found the right video!

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Disclaimer: This video was produced in Oct 2011 guided by a local and its content is based on personal opinion. As the city is changing very fast, some of the places might not be up-to-date at the time you visit the city. All constructive feedbacks are welcomed in the comment session below. Thank you and have a nice trip! 🙂
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Morocco Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Morocco.
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco, has the most important harbour in North Africa and is gateway to the magic of the Orient.In the Koran it says: ‘And Allah’s Throne Was On The Water !’ Thus inspired, the Grand Mosque was built on Casablanca’s shoreline. This monumental building was designed to accommodate 105,000 believers and its tall minaret dominates the city’s skyline. More than twelve million people helped finance this ‘Eighth Wonder Of The World’ which involved 90 engineers and 30,000 craftsmen and artists. Lying northwards along the Atlantic coast, is Rabat, Morocco’s capital and home to its government and royal family. The King’s Palace, the Palais Royal, is a town in itself. Surrounded by walls and protected by royal guards, since 1864 it has been the main residence of the Alaouite Dynasty which has been in power since 1666. To the south of RABAT lies Chellah, City of the Dead. The Merinde necropolis has a square tower and is surrounded by a wall made of crushed loam, proof that the Cathagers built a trading centre here in the 3rd century B.C. Amongst the tombs, the sarcophagus of Sultan Abou El-Hassan stands proud with its artistic engravings. Fez El-Bali dates back to the Middle Ages and contains narrow streets, a pungent mixture of scents, the penetrating sound of craftsmen and fine examples of the Moorish art of building. Travelling through the Atlas Mountains, the small town of Ilfrane boasts tranquil parks and ponds, modern residential areas and shady avenues which take the traveller by surprise. Just as with their ancestors over the centuries, even today nomads and their camels traverse the endless Sahara. For a distance of over 40 kilometres, the magic landscape of the sand dunes compares with the largest in the world. Finally, Marrakesh, dreamy city at the foot of the High Atlas and Morocco’s most beautiful city. What better location to end the fairytale that is Morocco!
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