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In 2014 I sold all my possessions, quit my job and began to travel the world. I found that I instantly loved travelling and wanted to make it a bigger part of my life, so I decided to document my adventures.
Since then I’ve done some amazing things and been to incredible places all over the world, all because I made an unconventional choice and started following my passion.
We've put together tips and guide and tour around the Philippines! Explore over 7000 islands, the Philippines is one of those destinations that is largely underrated compared to other destinations in Southeast Asia. For the travelers on the go, enjoy endless crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, waterfalls and volcanoes, rice fields and mountains. Visit Philippines has exclusive personal recommendations, tips, and essential information to help you explore and make the most out of your trip to the Philippines.
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The Brother Bears and Logger Vick discover a baby girl lost in their sprawling forest and undergo a chaotic crash course in infant care. But bad guys are on the trail of this mystery baby so the trio must team up to get her home safely.
Filmed in Sweden and Norway, this documentary series follows adventure-traveler and BBC journalist, Simon Parker, as he embarks upon a 2,000 mile / 3,500 KM cycling adventure from the North Cape to Smygehuk – the full length of the Scandinavian Peninsula. On his journey, Simon charts the seasonal cycles of the natural world, as summer is transitioning into autumn.
Lost & Found follows the epic adventures of regular citizens who leave their small towns (some for the first time) to travel to Japan in hopes to reunite people with some small piece of their past. People across 3 countries, 2 continents, who are separated by the largest body of water on earth are coming together to share in the memories, mourn the loses and find great joy in the reuniting of something once thought to be lost forever but has now been found.