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Little Manila – New York City Asian Food Gem 🇺🇸🇵🇭

Little Manila – New York City Asian Food Gem 🇺🇸🇵🇭

we’re still in Queens we’re staying in Astoria Alright, so we are down here in little manila In New York City, right in Queens Naz says the area is called Woodside, right ? okay so this is where little manila is inasal ? oh yeah inasal is good good for grilled chicken oh there are

Takanakuy: Fistfighting in the Andes

Takanakuy: Fistfighting in the Andes

[INTRO PLAYING] [CHEERING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Hi. It’s Thomas. We’re in the Peruvian Andes. It’s the day before Christmas. All these guys are about to go beat the shit out of each other. It’s called Takanakuy. [CHEERING AND MUSIC IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE] THOMAS MORTON: Takanakuy is a giant mass brawl that happens every

Learning Service – ORPHANAGE TOURISM

Learning Service –  ORPHANAGE TOURISM

Have you heard of “orphanage tourism”? It’s a popular and growing travel trend Perhaps your tour provider to Asia, Africa or Latin America has included in your itinerary a “visit to a local orphanage” or a “to an orphanage dance show”. If you’re considering these options, or if you are traveling in a developing country

Top 10 best very small towns in America. My favorite is #2

Top 10 best very small towns in America. My favorite is #2

Hey welcome back everyone it’s time for another list today I thought we would go small really small we’re gonna take a look at 10 of the best very small towns with a population of under a thousand you know the real America this is where you find the roots in the history of this

São Paulo: South America’s MEGACITY

São Paulo: South America’s MEGACITY

The dramatic cliffs and endless beaches of Rio de Janeiro makes it the city that probably first comes to mind when you think of Brazil. São Paulo, the largest metropolis in the southern hemisphere, is the true economic engine of the world’s sixth most populous country. In 1554, Catholic missionaries with the help of indigenous

Painting with Cuenca’s art community at Vino & Van Gogh

Painting with Cuenca’s art community at Vino & Van Gogh

Announcer: Cuenca has a thriving arts community. In this Explore Ecuador episode you can experience art and also get hands-on. Join us as we look in on a continuing art event called Vino and Van Gogh, hosted by Cafe San Sebas, and led by artista Amelia Earl. Here you can start with a blank canvas

PAINTING PORT-DE-PAIX (Haiti): A 2018 Trellis Arch Voyage by OWLEY

PAINTING PORT-DE-PAIX (Haiti): A 2018 Trellis Arch Voyage by OWLEY

Arriving in Haiti was a huge culture shock, I must say. As soon as you get off the airplane, you know automatically you’re in a completely different part of the world even though it’s not that far from the United States, you know? The culture shock was immediate. At first, you think this place is