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The BBC - British Broadcasting Corporation – made a simple video that explains the benefits of couchsurfing, or living for free in people's homes.
Entrepreneurs - This video shows you how to fry, package and sell banana chips, starting with only a $10 investment!
My education at Indiana University, USA, was the best six years of my life. While working on a four-year degree, my dorm life was like living in a hotel.
Making travel videos is an art, and choosing the correct players can guaranteed success.
Video with Lavinia Spalding, who is committed to breaking down cultural borders and helping create a more tolerant world through travel writing
Come to Napa Valley, California, a paradise where people are intelligent, happy and wonderful. It is paradise, the way we want life to be.
Living abroad often gives us culture shock, or we can accept that country has made us into kings and queens, though we are reluctant to accept the crown.
One of the greatest travelers of all time is James A. Michener. Here is a video biography of his life.
Around and about Antigua is a miniguide for first-time visitors to Antigua, whether just traveling through or planning to base here and enjoy Guatemala.
Saving the Life of a Malaria Baby for $1 Makes Me Weak - Malaria or Paludisme Stories
“The rhythm of the rails,” says Ernest Borgnine, who narrates the documentary, “is an enticing song for those who long to be far away.”
Is it possible we are hardwired to fail at business? Maybe we are genetically predestined to fail by ignoring good, common sense.
I promise as of today, April 30, 2013, that I, me, Andy Lee Graham, will, to the best of my ability, be a softer, kinder, gentler Andy, so help me God.
This is the story of Collin Wright, who sold everything and traveled the planet. He continues to work from remote locations around the world.
Time is one a luxury of life we chase, and only by surrendering do we win. What a strange way of conquering one's life, by stopping: It is not true.
Amber Rae explains when we dream, and we have the right to be unreasonable, to pursue our passions, to be unreasonable in the pursuit of adventure.
If we think about it, if we think about emails, we often can be heard saying, he did not return my email? Why? It was quid pro quo ...
In four videos, Drs. Gottman wisely explain winning and losing, respect and contempt in relationships, with profound examples we all can understand.
In a "TED Talk," Sean Ogle explains "The Future Of The American Dream." I believe he qualifies as a "A Life Without Border."
Did you know, there are humans brain the same as computers? Each day their brain reboots, purges the cache, and cleans their brain of temporary memory.