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  • Wavy's video
    Willemstad boat Wavy, Willemstad Date Added: May 26, 2016

  • SWFC_Fan's video

    During a visit to Sint Maarten in March 2016, we were keen to pay a visit to the infamous Maho Beach where planes pass low overhead (practically within touching distance!) as they land at Princess Juliana International Airport.

    This short video shows an American Airlines plane landing during our visit.

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    During a visit to Sint Maarten in March 2016, we were keen to pay a visit to the infamous Maho Beach where planes pass low overhead (practically within touching distance!) as they land at Princess Juliana International Airport.

    This short video shows a Delta Airlines plane landing during our visit.

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  • DulceW's video

    We found a baby sloth during a Natural History Walk at Ficus Trails, Monteverde in the middle of this beautiful cloud forest.

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    Lazy Lizard Beach Bar Caye Caulker by aussirose

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    Belize - Temple at Lamanai aussirose, Belize Date Added: Dec 3, 2015

    Belize - Guide explains Temple at Lamanai whilst monkeys HOWL in the background

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    Belize - Jungle Leaf Cutter Ants

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    Toucan at Belize Zoo by aussirose

  • mtncorg's video
    POLLERA mtncorg, Las Tablas Date Added: Sep 15, 2015

    A local beauty dances about here in a locally made pollera - the national costume of Panama.

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    OCEAN AT VILLA ROMANA mtncorg, Las Tablas Date Added: Sep 15, 2015

    A simple video of what can make a visit here magical.

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    Beauty Pageant mtncorg, Las Tablas Date Added: Sep 15, 2015

    Beauty pageants are a way of life in Panama. I did not find out which one this was for, but there were lots of people and lots of fireworks. Queens can be selected from rival groups to compete for the affections of the locals.

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    Ocean waves mtncorg, Panama Date Added: Sep 14, 2015

    Waves from the Pacific roll ashore in the far western Azuero Peninsula of Panama. You will have this area to yourself.

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    take off mtncorg, Panama Date Added: Sep 14, 2015

    Taking off from Tocumen International Airport rising above the jungled mountains of Panama to the north. At the end of the sequence you have reached the Caribbean coast. Not long.

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    Landing mtncorg, Panama Date Added: Sep 14, 2015

    Coming in over the Canal from the Caribbean before making the sweeping turn out over the Pacific and the waiting ships.

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    butterfly farm chattygirl7491, Aruba Date Added: Aug 22, 2015

    butterfly farm

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    Barbados- Part 5/5 briantravelman, Barbados Date Added: Jul 21, 2015

    Cut off from the rest of the Caribbean islands, Barbados is the only island in the region, that never changed hands during colonial times, and the British influence is still very much alive. Here, locals and tourists co-exist, and those who venture beyond the usual tourist areas, will discover an island, where time stands still, and the people still live the traditional Caribbean lifestyle. Segments include, street culture in St. Lawrence Gap, a tour of Sunbury Plantation, nature reserve in Worthing, Fish Fry in Oistins, historic reenactment in Garrison Savannah, Jewish synagogue in Bridgetown, snorkeling in Holetown, traditional architecture in Speightstown, tram tour of Harrison's Cave, monkeys at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, rainforest in Welchman Hall Gully, ruins at Farley Hill, rum at St. Nicholas Abbey, Bathsheba's famous Mushroom Rock, and snorkeling with sea turtles. Filmed January, 2015

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    Barbados- Part 4/5 briantravelman, Barbados Date Added: Jul 21, 2015

    Cut off from the rest of the Caribbean islands, Barbados is the only island in the region, that never changed hands during colonial times, and the British influence is still very much alive. Here, locals and tourists co-exist, and those who venture beyond the usual tourist areas, will discover an island, where time stands still, and the people still live the traditional Caribbean lifestyle. Segments include, street culture in St. Lawrence Gap, a tour of Sunbury Plantation, nature reserve in Worthing, Fish Fry in Oistins, historic reenactment in Garrison Savannah, Jewish synagogue in Bridgetown, snorkeling in Holetown, traditional architecture in Speightstown, tram tour of Harrison's Cave, monkeys at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, rainforest in Welchman Hall Gully, ruins at Farley Hill, rum at St. Nicholas Abbey, Bathsheba's famous Mushroom Rock, and snorkeling with sea turtles. Filmed January, 2015

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    Barbados- Part 3/5 briantravelman, Barbados Date Added: Jul 21, 2015

    Cut off from the rest of the Caribbean islands, Barbados is the only island in the region, that never changed hands during colonial times, and the British influence is still very much alive. Here, locals and tourists co-exist, and those who venture beyond the usual tourist areas, will discover an island, where time stands still, and the people still live the traditional Caribbean lifestyle. Segments include, street culture in St. Lawrence Gap, a tour of Sunbury Plantation, nature reserve in Worthing, Fish Fry in Oistins, historic reenactment in Garrison Savannah, Jewish synagogue in Bridgetown, snorkeling in Holetown, traditional architecture in Speightstown, tram tour of Harrison's Cave, monkeys at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, rainforest in Welchman Hall Gully, ruins at Farley Hill, rum at St. Nicholas Abbey, Bathsheba's famous Mushroom Rock, and snorkeling with sea turtles. Filmed January, 2015

  • briantravelman's video
    Barbados- Part 2/5 briantravelman, Barbados Date Added: Jul 21, 2015

    Cut off from the rest of the Caribbean islands, Barbados is the only island in the region, that never changed hands during colonial times, and the British influence is still very much alive. Here, locals and tourists co-exist, and those who venture beyond the usual tourist areas, will discover an island, where time stands still, and the people still live the traditional Caribbean lifestyle. Segments include, street culture in St. Lawrence Gap, a tour of Sunbury Plantation, nature reserve in Worthing, Fish Fry in Oistins, historic reenactment in Garrison Savannah, Jewish synagogue in Bridgetown, snorkeling in Holetown, traditional architecture in Speightstown, tram tour of Harrison's Cave, monkeys at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, rainforest in Welchman Hall Gully, ruins at Farley Hill, rum at St. Nicholas Abbey, Bathsheba's famous Mushroom Rock, and snorkeling with sea turtles. Filmed January, 2015

  • briantravelman's video
    Barbados- Part 1/5 briantravelman, Barbados Date Added: Jul 21, 2015

    Cut off from the rest of the Caribbean islands, Barbados is the only island in the region, that never changed hands during colonial times, and the British influence is still very much alive. Here, locals and tourists co-exist, and those who venture beyond the usual tourist areas, will discover an island, where time stands still, and the people still live the traditional Caribbean lifestyle.

    Segments include, street culture in St. Lawrence Gap, a tour of Sunbury Plantation, nature reserve in Worthing, Fish Fry in Oistins, historic reenactment in Garrison Savannah, Jewish synagogue in Bridgetown, snorkeling in Holetown, traditional architecture in Speightstown, tram tour of Harrison's Cave, monkeys at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, rainforest in Welchman Hall Gully, ruins at Farley Hill, rum at St. Nicholas Abbey, Bathsheba's famous Mushroom Rock, and snorkeling with sea turtles.

    Filmed January, 2015

  • elsadran's video
    Casa de la Musica - Santiago elsadran, Cuba Date Added: Jun 29, 2015

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    the Great Celebration elsadran, Cuba Date Added: Jun 15, 2015

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    Mass in the Cathedral elsadran, Cuba Date Added: Jun 15, 2015

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    Casa de la Musica elsadran, Cuba Date Added: Jun 15, 2015

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    Casa de la Musica elsadran, Cuba Date Added: Jun 15, 2015

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  • SWFC_Fan's video
    Plaza de la Revolucion SWFC_Fan, Havana Date Added: Feb 15, 2015

    This short video was taken in Havana's Plaza de la Revolucion during our day trip to the city in November 2014.

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    Driving along The Malecon SWFC_Fan, Havana Date Added: Feb 15, 2015

    This short video was taken from the minibus window as we drove along Havana's Malecon seafront promenade in November 2014.

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    View from The Christ of Havana SWFC_Fan, Havana Date Added: Feb 15, 2015

    This short video was taken during our day trip to Havana in November 2014.

    It was recorded at the foot of The Christ of Havana statue and shows the view across to Havana's Malecon seafront promenade and the buildings of Habana Vieja (Old Havana).

  • CDM7's video
    Feeding time at Jibacoa beach,Cuba CDM7, Cuba Date Added: Jan 29, 2015

  • GracesTrips's video
    Rope Swing in Selvatura GracesTrips, Monteverde Date Added: Dec 28, 2014

    Rope Swing in Selvatura

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    Zip Line in Selvatura GracesTrips, Monteverde Date Added: Dec 28, 2014

    Zip Line in Selvatura

  • GracesTrips's video

    Monkey

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    Butterflies

  • SWFC_Fan's video

    This short video was taken at Criadero de Cocodrilos (Crocodile Farm) during our day trip to Guama in November 2014.

    Here you can see dozens of large crocodiles on the banks of the lake. A member of staff is feeding them using a fishing rod to dangle meat over the fence.

  • GracesTrips's video
    The Ferry GracesTrips, Paquera Date Added: Nov 30, 2014

    The Ferry from Puntarenas to Paquera

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    The Beach in Jacó GracesTrips, Jacó Date Added: Nov 30, 2014

    The Beach in Jacó

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    Driving into Town GracesTrips, Jacó Date Added: Nov 30, 2014

    Driving into Town

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    Playa Espadilla Norte GracesTrips, Quepos Date Added: Nov 30, 2014

    Playa Espadilla Norte

  • GracesTrips's video

    Beach inside Manuel Antonio National Park

  • Radiomom's video
    Enjoying History Radiomom, Belize Date Added: Oct 31, 2014

    from our May 2013 trip to Belize

  • KeoniSUP's video

    If you want to Learn Stand Up Paddling (SUP) come to Cristo de Salinitas in El Salvador. Waves are similar to Waikiki, HI, fat and long but with absolutely no crowds

  • SWFC_Fan's video
    Driving through Gibara SWFC_Fan, Gibara Date Added: Oct 23, 2014

    This short video was taken in November 2011 as our driver drove us through the town of Gibara.

  • briantravelman's video
    Aruba- Part 5/5 briantravelman, Aruba Date Added: Aug 22, 2014

    When most people think of Aruba, they think of white sand beaches, casinos, night clubs, and high rise hotels. In fact, the majority of people who come to Aruba, come for exactly those things, and 90% of visitors never venture beyond the resort area, which is a shame, because the island offers some of the most unique landscapes, history, and culture, in the Caribbean.
    Beyond the usual tourist hot spots, is a wild and rugged island, where only the most adventurous travelers, dare to venture.

    In his greatest adventure to date, Brian ventures way off the beaten path, to discover a side of Aruba, that?s virtually unknown to tourists.

    Segments include, Eagle Beach, a Dutch windmill, bird watching in Noord, a submarine tour, iguanas and island history in Oranjestad, climbing the Hooiberg and Casibari Boulders, snorkeling at Baby Beach, an island safari tour, and a culture show at Fort Zoutman.

    Filmed April 2014

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    Aruba- Part 4/5 briantravelman, Aruba Date Added: Aug 22, 2014

    When most people think of Aruba, they think of white sand beaches, casinos, night clubs, and high rise hotels. In fact, the majority of people who come to Aruba, come for exactly those things, and 90% of visitors never venture beyond the resort area, which is a shame, because the island offers some of the most unique landscapes, history, and culture, in the Caribbean.
    Beyond the usual tourist hot spots, is a wild and rugged island, where only the most adventurous travelers, dare to venture.

    In his greatest adventure to date, Brian ventures way off the beaten path, to discover a side of Aruba, that?s virtually unknown to tourists.

    Segments include, Eagle Beach, a Dutch windmill, bird watching in Noord, a submarine tour, iguanas and island history in Oranjestad, climbing the Hooiberg and Casibari Boulders, snorkeling at Baby Beach, an island safari tour, and a culture show at Fort Zoutman.

    Filmed April 2014

  • briantravelman's video
    Aruba- Part 3/5 briantravelman, Aruba Date Added: Aug 22, 2014

    When most people think of Aruba, they think of white sand beaches, casinos, night clubs, and high rise hotels. In fact, the majority of people who come to Aruba, come for exactly those things, and 90% of visitors never venture beyond the resort area, which is a shame, because the island offers some of the most unique landscapes, history, and culture, in the Caribbean.
    Beyond the usual tourist hot spots, is a wild and rugged island, where only the most adventurous travelers, dare to venture.

    In his greatest adventure to date, Brian ventures way off the beaten path, to discover a side of Aruba, that?s virtually unknown to tourists.

    Segments include, Eagle Beach, a Dutch windmill, bird watching in Noord, a submarine tour, iguanas and island history in Oranjestad, climbing the Hooiberg and Casibari Boulders, snorkeling at Baby Beach, an island safari tour, and a culture show at Fort Zoutman.

    Filmed April 2014

  • briantravelman's video
    Aruba- Part 2/5 briantravelman, Aruba Date Added: Aug 22, 2014

    When most people think of Aruba, they think of white sand beaches, casinos, night clubs, and high rise hotels. In fact, the majority of people who come to Aruba, come for exactly those things, and 90% of visitors never venture beyond the resort area, which is a shame, because the island offers some of the most unique landscapes, history, and culture, in the Caribbean.
    Beyond the usual tourist hot spots, is a wild and rugged island, where only the most adventurous travelers, dare to venture.

    In his greatest adventure to date, Brian ventures way off the beaten path, to discover a side of Aruba, that?s virtually unknown to tourists.

    Segments include, Eagle Beach, a Dutch windmill, bird watching in Noord, a submarine tour, iguanas and island history in Oranjestad, climbing the Hooiberg and Casibari Boulders, snorkeling at Baby Beach, an island safari tour, and a culture show at Fort Zoutman.

    Filmed April 2014

  • briantravelman's video
    Aruba- Part 1/5 briantravelman, Aruba Date Added: Aug 22, 2014

    When most people think of Aruba, they think of white sand beaches, casinos, night clubs, and high rise hotels. In fact, the majority of people who come to Aruba, come for exactly those things, and 90% of visitors never venture beyond the resort area, which is a shame, because the island offers some of the most unique landscapes, history, and culture, in the Caribbean.
    Beyond the usual tourist hot spots, is a wild and rugged island, where only the most adventurous travelers, dare to venture.

    In his greatest adventure to date, Brian ventures way off the beaten path, to discover a side of Aruba, that?s virtually unknown to tourists.

    Segments include, Eagle Beach, a Dutch windmill, bird watching in Noord, a submarine tour, iguanas and island history in Oranjestad, climbing the Hooiberg and Casibari Boulders, snorkeling at Baby Beach, an island safari tour, and a culture show at Fort Zoutman.

    Filmed April 2014

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