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Backpacking India In 45 Days - Travel Documentary

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Ultimate India Motorbike Trip ????????| 8,000km in 43 Days

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India Travel Guide: The Golden Triangle

India is an irresistible country for travellers from all walks of life. From the incredible food to the ancient ruins to the unique and vibrant culture, India is an unforgettable destination for every kind of traveller. Whether you’re looking for a fast-paced adventure or a laid-back vacation, you’ll find it in India’s Golden Triangle.

The Golden Triangle connects Delhi, the country’s capital; Agra, the regal home of the Taj Mahal; and Jaipur, also known as The Pink City. While the route itself isn’t very long, the sights visitors see will be treasured for a lifetime! After all, they don’t call it Golden for nothing!

Beginning in Delhi, visitors will gape at Mughal-era architecture and history, from ancient forts to incredible monuments to high-tech skyscrapers and shopping centres. Take a ride on a rickshaw, feast on incredible food, and sip chai on a rooftop lounge. The possibilities are as endless as Delhi’s history!

Next, venture to Agra, the storied city home to India’s powerful nobility. One of the most famous buildings in the world, the Taj Mahal, can be found here, welcoming millions of visitors a year. Depending on the time of day you visit, you may discover it tinged pink with the rising sun, or beautiful gold under the moon. You can also stop at other incredible sites leftover from the Mughal empire, such as the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri.

Finally, end your trip to the Golden Triangle with a visit to Jaipur, or “The Pink City.” Here, you’ll find incredible buildings built with pink sandstone, giving the city an ethereal quality you won’t soon forget. Take a stroll through one of the many traditional shops, and find the perfect antique or handmade souvenir to bring home with you.

A visit to India is always something special, but following the Golden Triangle route means you’ll truly be able to see this amazing country. Whether you’re planning your trip right now, or still in the daydreaming phase, why not head to TourRadar and check out a few Golden Triangle tours for yourself?
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???? Find your tour through India:


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???? Watch another video: Experience India: Top 15 Monuments to Visit:


???? Visit us on Days to Come: The Perfect India Packing List for Summer:


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A Taste Of India: A Backpacking Adventure [Trailer]

Preview of my 6 week backpacking adventure through India.

This was my first trip to India, spending 3 weeks backpacking through the cities of the north and then another 3 weeks in the beaches and backwaters of the south.

Watch the 2 part series here:
Episode 1 - Delhi to Udaipur


Episode 2 - Goa to Kerala


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Sony A7s:
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--------------------- About Karl Watson ---------------------

My name’s Karl, welcome to my channel that’s all about sharing my backpacking adventures from around the world, through fun, entertaining and honest travel documentaries.

Through these films I want you - the audience - to escape and come on the journey with me, and then be inspired to start an adventure of your own.

In between my travels I’m based in London, UK where I work as a freelance video editor.

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Our Summer in Southeast Asia | Traveling to 3 Countries in 45 Days

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India travel documentary: THIS IS REAL INDIA

Ensimmäisinä päivinä Kolkatassa meidän teki mieli lukittautua viikkokausiksi kloorinhajuiseen hotellihuoneeseemme ja tilata pelkkiä take away pitsoja suoraan ovellemme.

NIIN PELOISSAMME ME OLIMME!

Saamme edelleen selkäpiitäkarmivia kulttuurishokkisäväreitä, kun katsomme tätä editoimaamme dokumenttia Intiasta. Ethän näytä tätä videota lapsille, koska karut kokemukset saattavat hätkähdyttää.


MIKÄ ON IKILOMALLA?

Ikilomalla on seikkailijapariskunnan tarina, joka kertoo ikuisesta lomamatkasta maailmanympäri. Tervetuloa mukaan ikilomalle!

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PROFESSIONAL PICK POCKETS IN INDIA | How To Travel The World On $30 A Day | Ep 45

How to travel the world on $30 a day, solo. I quit my job, sold my car, gave everything away so I could travel the world. This series is about traveling the world on your own with tips, tricks and travel hacks plus funny stories that hopefully will teach you a thing or two as well.

I traveled for 12 months on $12,000 on my own - through 17 countries, 4 continents with only one backpack and a camera bag.

This video is about how to travel in India and what to do in India, specifically in Kerala and how to plan and my experience with pick pockets in India and a cruise through the backwaters of India.

All Travel Footage shot with a GoPro - shot, edited and produced by me as a solo female traveler.
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What I film my videos with

Sony A7s
GoPro Hero+
Rode Mic
Manfrotto Compact Tripod

Above are affiliate links which means if you buy a product, at no extra cost to you, I make a small percentage of the sale to help maintain my channel. Thanks for watching and happy travels!

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Around the World in 2 Years - MAZOPPEI Solo Backpacking

After saving for some years, I quit my routine in São Paulo, Brazil, and went on a solo trip backpacking around the world.
I visited more than 45 countries, met wonderful people, went completely out of my comfort zone almost on a daily basis, learned to live simple and appreciate everything around me.
I hope this video can grasp what a ABSOLUTELY INSANE trip that was.

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Film its out of chronological order of countries visited.
I will soon leave the list of countries visited in this description
Shot with Nikon D7100 and Go Pro 4
Edited on IMovie


- MUSIC:
Xavier Rudd - Follow the Sun

JAIPUR 24 HOUR TRAVEL GUIDE (Best of India) - Vlog #164

If you only had a day, this is how you should explore Jaipur, India! Being our last day in Jaipur, we wanted to hit some of the best spots! This is your travel guide on Jaipur!

Cheers! #SeeLauTravel

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30 DAYS IN INDIA

That was a crazy journey in a wonderful country, hope this video captures it well.

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Intro : Bombay Dub Orchestra - Orange Terrace


Main Theme : Jai Wolf - Indian Summer


Keywords : India, Travel, road-trip, journey, Rajasthan, Kerala, Mumbai, Goa, Delhi

TEE'S TRAVEL STORIES #006 - 1st Backpacking Experience | PODCAST

Today I'm going to talk about my first true backpacking journey in India. This time I prepared myself to dive into an adventure, so I decided to rent a bike and to drive it through India.

Also I had a chance to get into volunteering activities by renovating the monastery in the northern part of India. So this podcast is all about this journey story. Weird Couchsurfing experiences, car crashes and even more ...

So stay tuned, and don't forget to subscribe!

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TRAVEL STORIES - is a video/audio podcast series, where Tee's sharing both inspiring and intriguing travel stories he has personally experienced during 10 years of travelling around the world on a low budget.

TEE POLGAR – is around the world backpacker, low budget traveler, mountaineer, athlete and upraising motivational speaker, who has been traveling around the world for 10 years and visited 100+ countries on different continents.

In this travel blog he is sharing his world travel stories, experience in order to prove, that traveling around the world is affordable to anyone, and can help to unleash the full personal potential as it happened to himself.

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Have you ever wondered - HOW TO TRAVEL CHEAP? Here is my quick travel advice.

TRANSPORTATION and ACCOMODATION– are the most expensive features, you are going to face during your travels, that’s why simply by lowering down your expenses on hotels and bus tickets – you are going to SAVE UP TO 50% of your travel budget.

Couchsurfing can substitute any posh hotel or nasty hostel, simply by being host by the local, who also will provide the genuine local culture experience.

CS:

The cheapest way to travel and save on the tickets – is hitchhiking. I have written the how to guide, where I bring up my hitchhiking experience gained in more than 80 countries worldwide.

All the techniques from where to stand and how to behave put together in this hitchhiking guide.

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Hitchhiking guide:
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Backpacking 13 countries in 123 days

Travel solo overland across 13 countries in 123 days (Nepal-India-Pakistan-China-Mongolia-Russia-Georgia-Armenia-Jordan-Egypt-Greece-Turkey-Iran)

I do not own the copy right of the music. These are the sources below:
Music:
Jose Gonzalez - Stay Alive
Jose Gonzalez - Heartbeats:
Of Monsters and Men - Dirty Paws:
Asaf Avidan- One day- Recknoning Song (Wankelmut Remix) :
Jose Gonzalez - Step Out:

Best Itinerary for North East India HD | Tips and Best season to visit

In this video you will find detailed itinerary for North East India.
Journey will start from Guwahati To Guwahati (Assam)

I have given itinerary for 20 days but you can easily plan your own itinerary for 10 or 15 days.

Most of the things are covered here, if you have any question please drop me a message. Will try to help you as much as possible.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE FULL MOON PARTY IN THAILAND | How To Travel The World On $30 A Day | Ep 44

How to travel the world on $30 a day, solo. I quit my job, sold my car, gave everything away so I could travel the world. This series is about traveling the world on your own with tips, tricks and travel hacks plus funny stories that hopefully will teach you a thing or two as well.

I traveled for 12 months on $12,000 on my own - through 17 countries, 4 continents with only one backpack and a camera bag.

This video is about how to travel in Thailand and what to do in Thailand, specifically at the Full Moon Party and how to plan and what to expect at the Full Moon Party in Thailand.

All Travel Footage shot with a GoPro - shot, edited and produced by me as a solo female traveler.
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What I film my videos with

Sony A7s
GoPro Hero+
Rode Mic
Manfrotto Compact Tripod

Above are affiliate links which means if you buy a product, at no extra cost to you, I make a small percentage of the sale to help maintain my channel. Thanks for watching and happy travels!

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Vietnam Travel Guide: Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Ho Chi Minh

Gorgeous beaches, fascinating and complicated history, incredible food, lush nature; Vietnam is a country that truly has it all. Whether this country is first or fiftieth on your list, our travel guide has all the information you need to know if you’re planning (or dreaming of planning!) a trip to Vietnam.

Leave your expectations behind if you’re heading to Vietnam: here, you’ll eat noodles for breakfast, do your shopping in the middle of the night, and discover a country with a new story around every corner.

Hanoi more than delivers on urban excitement. If you’re looking for unique and mouth-watering food, the night markets of the Vietnamese capital should be your very first stop. You can enjoy a zippy ride on a scooter, all the street-food you can eat, and a night exploring the rapid development of this modern city. From trendy clubs to traditional puppet shows, experience a nightlife that’s all Vietnam’s own, and eat and drink the night away with locals and visitors alike!

Of course, Vietnam isn’t all fast-paced cities and rooftop bars. For a slower pace, head to Ha Long Bay and sail alongside limestone islets, with their lush rainforests towering above your head. The water is emerald-green, matching the vibrant greenery, and a sailing excursion here is like nothing else you’ve experienced before! A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the islets of Ha Long Bay are said have been thrown into the bay by a dragon protecting the people of Vietnam. Take a junk boat tour for a close encounter, or try scuba diving or snorkelling in the bay!

You’ll find a new adventure around every corner in Vietnam. From breakfast in the Bình Tây Market and a secret tunnel system in Ho Chi Minh City, to sailing along the Mekong Delta in a traditional basket boat, you can find your perfect trip - no matter what that looks like - somewhere in Vietnam.

There’s no time like the present to start planning an adventure of your own in this majestic country, so why not start today? Head over to TourRadar to explore the range of tours available, or watch more of our videos exploring Vietnam if you still haven’t gotten enough of seeing the beautiful views and incredible adventures you could be having.

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Travelling India on Tour: The Golden Triangle with Brian

If you’ve ever dreamt of travelling across India - experiencing the delicious food, the ancient art and architecture, and the beautiful culture - then you’ve probably spent a lot of time imagining what it would be like to see the amazing sights you’ve found online for yourself. Today, join Brian as he explores the Golden Triangle, one of India’s best tour routes, and takes you along with him! If you can’t make it to India just yet, this is the next best thing.

The three points of the Golden Triangle are Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. Over a course of about 720 kilometres, travellers are treated to views of stunning cities, untouched natural beauty, and the full range of India’s landscape. It’s the perfect way to see many parts of India in a shorter amount of time!

Delhi, the national capital of India, has been continuously inhabited from the 6th century BC! An area with that much history has so much to offer travellers, from the ancient to the extremely modern. Visit Humayun’s Tomb, explore The Red Fort, or climb the five stories of Qutb Minar for a view of it all. Delhi is a fast-paced, busy city, but don’t be overwhelmed! Explore at your own pace and you’ll have an amazing time.

Agra is a hugely popular tourist destination, thanks to one main attraction: the iconic Taj Mahal! This 17-hectare complex, including the main tomb, mosque, and a guest house, is the final resting place of Mumtaz Mahal, the favourite wife of Shah Jahan, who reigned from 1628 to 1658. Interestingly, the tomb of the builder, Shah Jahan, is also located on the grounds! Millions of visitors flock to the Taj Mahal every year, and with its white marble splendour, it’s very easy to see why.

Finally, Jaipur rounds out the Golden Triangle. Known as “The Pink City,” the area’s stunning architecture will bring out the shutterbug in you! Take a stroll through one of the many traditional shops, and find the perfect antique or handmade souvenir to bring home with you.

A visit to India is always something special, but following the Golden Triangle route means you’ll truly be able to see this amazing country. Whether you’re planning your trip right now, or still in the daydreaming phase, why not head to TourRadar and check out a few Golden Triangle tours for yourself?

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ℹ️ Learn more about India:


???? Watch another video: Experience India: Top 15 Monuments to Visit:


???? Visit us on Days to Come: The Perfect India Packing List for Summer:


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Everything You NEED To Know About Guatemala | Travel Central America on $1000

Join the Budgeteers Crew here -
This is the BEST way to support us to make more series like this AND you get lots of cool perks! Episode 4 of Series 2 on 'How to Travel Central America on $1000'

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In this episode we have the worlds most confusing border crossing ,couchsurf with some more locals, hitchhike, and have plenty of adventures.

Be sure to follow us on the all the good stuff for all the latest and greatest on all things 'Budgeteers'

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Acoustically driven instrumental by Hyde - Free Instrumentals
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Indie Disco by Ben Fawkes
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BACKPACKING INDIA 2017

In the summer of 2017 I went traveling around Rajasthan in Northen India for just over three weeks, filming all content on a GoPro Hero 6 and Feiyu Gimbal + Samsung s8

Music Credits;

1) Aftergold- BIG WILD


2) Cartoon- On & On


3) Ten feet tall- Afrojack


4) Walking on a dream- Empire of the sun


5) Something new- Axwell / Ingrosso


6) Make me feel better- Alex Adair


7) I love it when you cry- Steve Aoki


8) Wild Ones- Flo rida


9) Your all I have- Snow patrol


10) Indian summer- Jai Wolf


11) On my mind- Don Diablo


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How To Pack A Backpack For Travel, Gap Year and other Adventures

Want to know how to pack a backpack for travel, gap year and other backpacking adventures?

Check out this video as I give you all the packing tips you need!

This video will take you through how to pack for your backpacking adventure, with 4 main sections:

1:00 What kind of backpack to take?
3:04 What clothes to bring?
6:06 Essential items to bring
9:22 How to keep your stuff safe and secure

WHICH BACKPACK

This is the backpack I use for most of my trips:
Caribee Sky Master 80


Remember the reasons I explained in the video for getting this expensive backpack, you might be fine with a much cheaper one.

If I'm on a shorter trip that just stays in one climate and therefore I don't need as much stuff, I take this instead:
Osprey Fairpoint 40


PACKING LIST

Remember, pack for one week then just get your clothes cleaned

7 x t-shirts
7 x underwear
2 x shorts
1 x swim shorts
1 x hoody
1 x jeans
1 x rain jacket
Flip flops
Trainers
Travel towel
Toiletries

Optional items if going to colder climates:

Fleece
Thermals
Outdoor trousers
Walking shoes

ESSENTIAL ITEMS

Packing cubes


Ear plugs


USB battery pack


World plug adaptor


Tablet (e.g. iPad)
Pen
Spare passport photos
US dollars are always handy to have a few of (forgot to mention that in the video)
Toilet roll / tissues
Padlocks (numbered lock, no key)
Torch / flashlight
First aid kit - bring bare minimum


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1. SUBSCRIBE, LIKE AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS
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2. SEND ME A TIP
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4. BUY A T-SHIRT
Check out the merchandise store, with lots of new designs coming soon


--------------------- Equipment ---------------------------

Sony A7s:
Sony 28-70mm Lens:
RodeGo Mic:
Rode DeadCat:
Shoot Tripod:

GoPro Hero 6:
GoPro Monopod:

DJI MavicPro Drone:
MavicPro Case:

MacBook Pro:
WD Elements 4TB Hard Drive:

Software used:
Final Cut X, Adobe After Effects

--------------------- About Karl Watson ---------------------

My name’s Karl, welcome to my channel that’s all about sharing my backpacking adventures from around the world, through fun, entertaining and honest travel documentaries.

Through these films I want you - the audience - to escape and come on the journey with me, and then be inspired to start an adventure of your own.

In between my travels I’m based in London, UK where I work as a freelance video editor.

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#KarlWatson #traveltips #packingtips

Top 10 Things to Do in Ecuador (Ecuador Travel Guide)

This list of top 10 things to do in Ecuador shows you the highlights of the country along the avenue of the volcanoes in the Andean region
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Joby Gorillapod
Zoom H2n Audio Recorder
SDHC Memory Card
Waterproof Memory Card Case
Backpack Osprey Farpoint 40

Ecuador is one of the most diverse countries in the world though it's comparably tiny. Beside the Galapagos Islands (which is the #1 tourist destination in Ecuador) the country has a lot more to offer, therefore I focussed on La Sierra in this video which is a paradise for landscape lovers and outdoor adventurers.

Another reason to visit the Andean region is that you have the chance to dive into the local culture and get a real feeling of Ecuador. The places to see in Ecuador I focussed on in this short video are the result of my own travels along the center from north to south and are easily doable in 2 weeks time.

Things to do in Ecuador covered in this video:
01) 00:36 - Otavalo market in Otavalo
02) 01:00 - Hike the Cuicocha lake
03) 01:25 - Middle of the World, Mitad del Mundo & Quitsato in Cayambe
04) 01:48 - Quito, capital & UNESCO World Heritage
05) 02:08 - Termas de Papallacta (hot springs)
06) 02:24 - Cayambe Coca National Park
07) 02:45 - Quilotoa & Shalala viewpoint
08) 03:13 - Tren Crucero & Nariz del Diablo (Devil's nose)
09) 03:47 - Inka ruins in Ingapirca
10) 04:04 - Cuenca & it's beautiful old town

What are your best things to do in Ecuador?
I’m looking forward to more tips from other travelers and Ecuador experts. Have you been and know of some cool places? Let us know in the comments below!

More travel guides for South America can be found here:

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As part of Team Germany aka #TeamDe I was exploring the Andes region in Ecuador (La Sierra) within the Feel Again Project. In this project 18 artists from 4 different countries are exploring the 4 different regions of Ecuador:

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Best Travel Camera Gear | What's in our Backpack

Thanks to ASUS for partnering up with us on this episode - Check out the ASUS Zenbook Pro Duo Vlog editing laptop:

We are finally putting together our 2020 Travel Camera gear including what camera we use, our travel backpack, editing laptop and more. Would love to know what other travel tip videos you would like us to do.

Everything we use in 2020 is listed below:

Travel Camera Gear Backpack: Wandrd PRVKE 31L:
Foldable Day Pack Veer 16L:
Lifestraw Water Bottle:
Sony A7iii Body:
Sony 16-35 Wide Lens:
Polar Pro ND8 Wide:
Sony A7Sii:
Sony 70-200M Zoom Lens:
Polar Pro ND8 Zoom:
Sony Mic:
GoPro Hero 8:
DJI Mavic 2 Pro:
Polar Pro ND Filter Set Drone:
Samsung S10+:
iPhone 11 Pro Max:
Benro Tripod:
Samsung T5 SSD:
Mophoe External Power:
Bose Over-ear Noise Cancelling:
Sony Over-Ear Noise Cancelling:
Apple Airpods:
Sony Airpods:
Nintendo Switch:

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Hi, we are Stephen & Jess, Australian vloggers documenting our first year of leaving home and travelling around the globe. We want to inspire others to venture out, explore, take risks and go on our own adventure!!

We also run a travel, tech and lifestyle blog over at if you want to see personal recounts, photography, tips & wanderlust inspiration from Flying the Nest.

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