• Buying and Using Metro Tickets in Barcelona
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    Buying and Using Metro Tickets in Barcelona

    okay a quick down and dirty on the public transportation here in Barcelona the T-10 card seemed the way to go for the three of us it allows for ten trips what that means is the three of us took one trip from point A to point B we use the card to get stamped three times we went four different places today so we bought two T-10 cards for about 20 euro as opposed to buying three one day cards at eight ninety a piece which would be about 25 euros so in the long run it turned out to be a less expensive card I will show you…

  • Worst Stereotypes About Americans When They Travel
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    Worst Stereotypes About Americans When They Travel

    American tourists are rude! German tourists like to hog seats. Chinese tourists only travel in packs. Visiting a foriegn country or even a different region within your own country can be fraught with cringeworthy moments. Tourists and locals often hold stereotypical beliefs about each other, which while not the full truth, often hold an element of truth. While we can generalize about the behaviors of tourists from any country, today we’re discussing some vagaries other countries and even other US regions perceive in American tourists. Before you Americans watching get upset and bombard us with ‘not ALL Americans do x, y and z’ in the comments, please relax! This is…

  • Flying BUSINESS CLASS on Asiana Airlines ♦ Overnight Flight from Singapore to South Korea
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    Flying BUSINESS CLASS on Asiana Airlines ♦ Overnight Flight from Singapore to South Korea

    Annyeong chingu! Tonight, we’re taking a red-eye flight to South Korea from Singapore. The first time in my life. We’re gonna be taking business class and then check out the lounge. We only have about 30 minutes to enjoy it. Asiana Airlines gave me a lounge pass at the check-in counter. On the back it had a map. There were separate entrances for the first-class and business-class. It seemed they all led to the same place though. I had expected only about 20 people at most, but there must have been a hundred and more passengers. Little did I know there’d be a buffet in the lounge so I made…

  • Best Countries in the World to Travel Alone | MojoTravels
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    Best Countries in the World to Travel Alone | MojoTravels

    a trip by yourself might just change your entire life welcome to mojo travels and today we’re counting down our picks for the top countries for solo travelers are you a fan of our videos be sure to subscribe to mojo travels and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos for this list we’re looking at nations that offer a combination of natural beauty safety and existing infrastructure that make them superb destinations for those traveling on their own Costa Rica what makes Costa Rica such a good destination for solo travelers well for starters it’s people are among the happiest in the world according to the…

  • SYRIA Travel Vlog 2018 – Damascus and Homs – رحلتي إلى سوريا كأجنبي
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    SYRIA Travel Vlog 2018 – Damascus and Homs – رحلتي إلى سوريا كأجنبي

    Being culturally rich, filled with antiquities, and home to some of the world’s oldest cities, pre-war Syria was supposedly a delight to visit. I, however, visited Syria in November 2018, and still found Damascus to be one of the most magical cities I’ve ever been to. The international image of Syria and its people has now been tarnished – that of a war-torn country filled with extremists. But I’m here to show you a different side to Syria – a beautiful side that still remains, despite the war. A side that made me fall in love with the country’s cities and people, and has made me eager to return since…

  • Biosecurity New Zealand In-flight video (English subtitles)
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    Biosecurity New Zealand In-flight video (English subtitles)

    Welcome to Aotearoa Our country Our lakes, rivers, lands, and seas. Our home This fragile place is all we’ve got. It’s vulnerable to pests and diseases That’s why we guard it as if our way of life depends on it because it does. But we need your help. Fruits vegetables and eggs like these can’t be brought into New Zealand. Nor can most meats, honey, cooking ingredients herbs and seeds or spices. Anything made of plants or wood can carry unwanted pests or diseases that could destroy our natural environment. Put any items you aren’t sure about in the airport amnesty bins. Used outdoor equipment is a problem too. If…

  • MALAYSIA, The Reserved Side Of Asia – Travel Documentary
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    MALAYSIA, The Reserved Side Of Asia – Travel Documentary

    In the southeast of Asia the territory of Malaysia extends both over the point of the Malyan Peninsula and the island oh Borneo It occupies a privileged position between the pacific and inidan oceans and enjoys over 4500 kilometers of coast line The country has a constantly warm and humid equatorial climate Malaysia is recognized as an area of biological mega diversity By reason of the richness of its flora and fauna only about 20 countries have this status Malaysia owes much of its biodiversity to its tropical forest which covers 70% of the country but which is undergoing intensive exploitation the country is trying to find a balance between…