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Why I Don't Like This Country ????????

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While I constantly try to find the positives in every place I visit, there are few places that I just simply didn't enjoy.

The country of Brunei is one of them.

I went to Brunei back in 2014, three years before I made videos, but my negative experiences in the country have stuck in my mind ever since. That, combined with its absurd human rights laws such as stoning to death LGBT members, I was pushed to make this video.

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My name is Drew Binsky and I am going to all 197 countries in the world (planning to finish this 8 year mission in June 2020). I make daily travel videos about people, culture and anything else I find interesting on the road. My ultimate goal is to inspire you to travel far and wide, because our planet is beautiful!

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11 Things NOT to do in ISRAEL - MUST SEE BEFORE YOU GO!

Israel is one of the most fascinating countries in the world. The food, the culture, the history... it's an amazing place. That being said there are a few things to watch out for while you're there. Here are 11 things not to do in Israel.

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The 10 Best Countries To Live In ASIA For 2020 - Work, Retire, Life quality

Are you tired of making chump-change in a job you don’t like? Fed up of doing the 9 to 5 in your hometown and itching for something new?
Have you had it with living in a flea-bitten box even though you’re spending more than half your salary on rent?
You don’t have to live like this! Even though it may sound crazy, why not consider a complete change of scenery and instead, work overseas?
Asia is the largest continent on planet Earth, with booming job markets, many find work in teaching English, business, and tourism.
To live in Asia is a great thing even for Westerners; it only matters which country you choose for your living.
The cost of living in Asia is not that high as compared to the Western Countries.
Moreover, some of the countries in Asia are peaceful and safe for people to live in.
Japan, Singapore, and the Philippines are a few of the most peaceful countries with a low crime rate and high index of human safety.
Some countries like Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Maldives are tourist’s top destinations in the World.
We have compiled a list of the 10 best countries to live, work, and retire in Asia; the list is based on a few merits such as quality of life, cost of living, safety, and environment.

10. Indonesia (cheap, jobs,)
9. India. (job, study abroad)
8. Vietnam (cheap, study abroad, retire)
7. Philippines. (cheap, retire)
6. Thailand. (safe, retire)
5. Malaysia. (safe, retire)
4. South Korea. (job, study abroad)
3. China. (study abroad, job, retire)
2. Japan. (safe, study abroad)
1. Singapore. (safe, study abroad)
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DO'S and DON'TS in Thailand

DO'S and DON'TS in THAILAND



If you are travelling to Bangkok, Thailand, taking the time to learn about the culture is very important and appreciated by the locals. By watching this video, you are on the right track to understanding Thai Culture!

We are here to give you the most important Do’s and don’ts in Thailand.


In this video we explain you 10 do's and don'ts for when you are visiting Thailand! These cultural tips will get you started when you just arrive in Thailand or your trip to Asia.

by Co van Kessel Bangkok Tours.


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Looking for an authentic and unique adventure? Co van Kessel bike tours and boat tours provides a refreshing alternative to the tired tourist experience. We do not battle the crowds at clichéd destinations promoted in guide books, but turn your attention to quaint local communities and charming excursions into the fascinating lifestyle and culture of real Thai people. Every day is different and every tour is a surprise as we focus not on destinations, but lose ourselves in the enchantment of the journey itself.

Co van Kessel, an innovative and adventurous Dutchman, pioneered bicycle tours in Bangkok more than 30 years ago. As a longtime resident and self-professed lover of Bangkok, he understood very well the picture of accelerated urban development (gridlocked traffic, concrete towers, and choking pollution) that has plagued the recent image of the city. He also had a hunch that this was not what Bangkok or Thailand was all about.

Making it his goal to re-discover Bangkok, Co spent thousands of hours on his mountain bike exploring the vast network of local streets, alleyways, footpaths and canals between the main urban thoroughfares. What he found, lurking behind the facade of modernization, were hidden worlds of peace and tranquility, a picture of “real” Thai life that has remained unchanged for countless decades; an identity of a city that is true to the Thai people, yet largely unknown to outsiders.

Whether it’s the colorful sights and smells of the local markets, the fascinating life of locals along the canals, or the surprising existence of bountiful green belts, Co discovered the essence of what makes Bangkok one of Asia’s most captivating cities. Since then, it has been his mission to share these discoveries with the rest of the world.

What we do

Our mission at Co van Kessel Bangkok Tours is to provide our guests with a singularly unique travel experience in Thailand. All our tours use Co’s extensive topographical knowledge of the greater Bangkok area as well as his keen eye for the interesting to take you where nobody else can or will.

We aim not to bore you with talk, but to immerse you in an experience where your individual fascinations emerge.

Bicycles, boats, and our feet become the tools we use to gain access to the previously inaccessible, behind-the-scenes lifestyle of the Thai. Here the roots of an ancient culture will become evident in a way you never could have imagined.



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WHERE DO INDIANS LIVE IN CANADA?

India is, without a doubt, one of the marvels of the 21st century from an economic standpoint, especially when viewed in the context of where it was just a century ago. In 1917, India was still part of the British Empire, same as Canada. For hundreds of years, India had been under British control, and had served as the crown jewel for the Eastern portion of the Empire in many ways, a great many of which did not, in turn, benefit the local Indians all that much. Even following the incredible success of the immortal Mahatma Gandhi’s revolutionary non-violent form of protest which in turn let to, well, a revolution, there were doubts about whether or not a nation with such a massive population and internal strife could even feed itself, let alone compete.
And here we are, in 2017, when the question isn’t if India can compete with Canada, the US, the UK, and the rest of the West, but, indeed, how those nations can keep up with the massive manufacturing boom that’s occurring in India. To be clear, not all the manufacturing jobs in the region benefit the overall economy rather than Western interests, but that’s a story for another day. Today, we’re focusing on what happens after just about any nation undergoes the sort of radical transformation India has in the last century—immigration and emigration. The forces of change have led many to leave India as foreign businesses have arrived.
So, what are the best locations for Indian nationals looking to immigrate to Canada? Let’s take a look.
First of all, it should be noted that even the term “Indian-Canadian” is something of a misnomer. India is such a huge and vast subcontinent and country that there are a litany of different ethnicities, languages, cultures, religions and traditions within that overarching umbrella term of “Indian.” That being said, the Canadian government largely tags these groups as all being “Indian-Canadian,” and in any case, no matter what Indian culture you belong to, you’re sure to find a community waiting for you in Toronto. One of the most immigrant-friendly cities in North America, more than half of the entire Indian-Canadian population resides in Toronto. It is home to a wide variety of different Indian cultures, meaning that you have a good chance of finding fellow Indian nationals who more closely fit your own linguistic, cultural, and religious background, rather than merely immigrating somewhere with the semi-helpful moniker of “Indian-Canadian” to guide you.
As English-speaking Canada’s most world-renowned city, Toronto is home to not just the majority of the nation’s Indian-Canadian population—and all the subcultures therein—but likewise has some of the largest and most important Indian structures in the nation. The BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Toronto is the nation’s largest Hindu Temple, while the Ontario Khalsa Darbar is Canada's largest Sikh gurdwara.
Vancouver is one of the most popular North American immigration locales, period. This is especially true of individuals looking to immigrate to the Pacific Northwest, Canada, or both.
Vancouver is home to a large Punjabi and Sikh minority. This is notable, as the latter in particular has had difficulty assimilating into American and Canadian society. Hindus are also welcome in Vancouver. Festivals, temples, and large-scale public celebrations of all different forms of Indian heritage and culture are present in the crown jewel of British Columbia. The nearby town of Abbotsford is home to the Gur Sikh Temple. Constructed in 1911, it is the oldest Sikh temple in North America.
One of the many reasons the Pacific Northwest has sprung to life over the past few decades has been its booming computer and tech industries, both of which are likewise huge in India as well. As such, if you’re looking to immigrate to the Pacific Northwest for business opportunities in these fields but do not wish to move to a larger city such as Vancouver or Seattle in the United States, you may want to try Surrey, a smaller but Indian-friendly locale also located in British Columbia.
Surrey is especially welcoming to Indian Sikhs, with as much as 16.3% of the population reporting as such, an impressive number anywhere in North America, especially in the Great White North. April 13th is given over to the celebration of Vaisakhi, an important festival for both Sikhs and the Punjab region of India as a whole, and one which historically commemorates the start of the harvest while carrying strong religious undertones for those of practising Sikhism. In 2008, as many as 100,000 attended. As such, if you’re a Sikh looking to immigrate to the Pacific Northwest for a fresh start or to take advantage of the booming tech sector, Surrey may prove to be a terrific fit.

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Asia’s SHOCKING Live Animal Market!!! Extreme Food Tour in the Mekong Delta!

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1.HỦ TIẾU NH N QUÁN: Hủ tiếu Nam Vang
ADDRESS: 14 Trần Phong Sắc street, Ward 4, Tân An city, Long An province
OPEN: 6:00AM - 11:00AM + 4:00PM - 9:00PM

???? HỦ TIẾU NAM VANG: Boil pork bones, dried shrimp, grilled dried squid, shallots, daikon and lean pork to make stock. Cook fresh shrimp in the pot. Simmer stock for 1-2 hours. Saute minced pork in a skillet until fully cooked. Boil quail/eggs in a separate pot. To assemble: Add cooked noodles, lean pork slices, shrimp, boiled eggs, and sliced chives in a bowl. Pour in stock and then top with fried garlic. Enjoy with soy sauce and fresh bean sprouts.

????PRICE: 1.50 USD/35.000VND per regular serving| 1.72USD/40.000VND per special serving
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????STIR-FRIED BUGS: Clean the bugs and then place peanuts inside them. Deep fry with a mixture of oil, garlic, fish sauce and MSG.

????STEAMED RATS WITH CASSAVA: Pour coconut water in a pot, add cassava and salt and cook. Pour out the coconut water and place the rats inside the pot. Cook the rats with the cassava until it is ready.

????RATS BBQ: Season the rats with shacha sauce, fish sauce and MSG and then grill on charcoal.

????ROASTED BIRDS (Swallow & Coucal): Clean the birds and then season with garlic, MSG and fish sauce. Fry garlic in a hot pan with oil. Deep fry the birds until they are golden brown.

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????ABOUT BEFRS:
Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.

I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.

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India’s FORBIDDEN Street Food in Goa!!! Eat at Your Own Risk...

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1. HOTEL PARAKH: Tambda rassa (Red Curry) + Pandhara Rassa (White Curry) + Sukha Mutton
ADDRESS: No. 266, E Ward, Patoli Ward, Near SM Ghatage Automobiles, Kolhapur, Maharashtra - 416005
OPEN: 12:30- 3:30PM and 7:30-11:00PM

????TAMBDA RASSA: The Masala is made by frying onions in oil with grinded coconut, coriander and sesame seed paste. Add Kolhapur special masala chutney, salt, turmeric, garam masala and cook in mutton with stock and some water. Let it simmer for 10-15 min until it reaches boiling point. Serve with millet bread, called Jowar Bhakri.

????PANDHARA RASSA: Make the base masala by frying whole spices in hot oil like cinnamon, clove, bay leaf, black peppercorns, coconut milk, chicken stock, mutton stock, sesame seeds paste and ginger garlic paste. Then add water, chicken and mutton stock, cook properly to perfection.

????SUKHA MUTTON: Fry boiled mutton pieces in oil, salt and chili. Serve hot!

????PRICE: Mutton Thali 3.59 USD/250 INR | Chicken Thali 3.30 USD/230 INR | Veg. Thali 2.44 USD/170 INR
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2. CAREY’S MOBILE FAST FOOD TRUCK: Beef Cutlet Pao
ADDRESS: Near Railway Station, Calata Majorda, Salcette, Goa
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????????BEEF CUTLET PAO: Coat beef steak with rawa/rice flour and fry. Chop into small pieces and add to the bread (pao) with sauce and salad.

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3. STALL NO. 40: Ros Omelette
ADDRESS: Behind Don Bosco School
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????ROS OMELETTE: Beat eggs, then fry with onions, coriander, garam masala. Put special gravy on top of the omelette with more onion and coriander.

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????ABOUT BEFRS:
Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.

I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer. If you see any factual food errors in my videos, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly, MY point of view. It is not meant to offend any person or culture.

Don’t forget to subscribe to Best Ever Food Review Show, so we can connect through food and travel and become Bestys!
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PRODUCER » Harshita Kalra

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Eating With My DAD!

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Thank you very much to 23andMe for sponsoring this video. Learning about my ancestry and discovering some of my taste preferences, and comparing them with my Dad, was fascinating. He and I both had a great time meeting and eating. We happen to be traveling in Ghana, and my Dad happened to be in Nairobi, Kenya for a few days having some meetings, so I thought it would be a perfect opportunity, to meet my Dad. Luckily it all worked out smoothly!

Accra, Ghana

Waakye - 8 GHC ($1.80) - Waakye is a popular Ghanaian food / meal, and that’s what we started the day with. You get rice and beans, a number of other starches, and some tomato sauce stew and meats, all piled high into a leaf bowl. It was delicious!

Makola Market - Next we visited Makola Market, the largest and most energetic market in Accra. It’s a must visit, to see the energy and life at the market.

The Accra Arts Center - Finally, we stopped off at the Accra Arts Center to buy a few things before leaving in at night.

Accra to Nairobi - We had a late night flight, and we landed early at sunrise to cool Nairobi!

After checking into a hotel just for 1 night, we took a quick hour nap, and then jumped into a taxi to go meet my Dad who was staying at a guesthouse.

It was great to see my Dad and at the guesthouse we compared our ancestry and our taste preference.

Then we went to go eat some Kenyan food, which was a highlight. Now do you know where I got my love for food from?

Java House coffee - Finally, as you already know, I have a tendency to enjoy caffeine, and so does my Dad. So it was only right to stop for a cup of coffee to finish.

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Is The Virus A Threat to Your Religion? - With Sadhguru in Challenging Times - 11th May

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HOW TO TRAVEL BALI - 14 Days in Paradise

This is how to travel Bali in 2020. The perfect 2 week Bali Indonesia itinerary is right here for you to make sure you know what to do and where to go in Bali. If you want 5 tips to Bali including some cost savings tips, check this FREE guide:

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???????? PROS AND CONS Of Living In MALAYSIA! ????????

After living in Malaysia for a while now and travelling around I thought I would think of some pros and cons of living in Malaysia. To be honest, it was hard to think of the cons and overall, we love Malaysia. It is a fantastic place to travel and live!

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Scammed at Religious Places in India

Scamming is rife at touristy religious sites in India. Learn how not to get fooled and find out the more genuine religious sites to visit. Travel safely and confidently in India with my Quick-Start Safety Guide at

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How Christian Missionaries Convert Indians ⛪????????

An American Christian missionary gave us a ride in India and tried to convert us along the way! Little did he know he had picked up two atheists and one Hindu. After chatting, we realised these guys were also supporters of the separatists in Nagaland who want to break away from the Government of India.

We talk to the Christian missionaries about their work in India and American John Chau who went to North Sentinal Island to convert the untouched islanders who are protected by the Govt. of India.

They tell us about how Nagaland was converted to Christianity very quickly over 30 years and how the Indian Government are worried about Christianity spreading across the country. Then they begin trying to convert me and telling me their stories about finding their saviour Jesus Christ.

They were very nice people and kind to us, but I'm just not sure going around converting tribal people and changing their ancient traditions and culture in India is a good thing to do. It's more like some crazy religious war to make Christianity #1.

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Iran Travel Tips for Backpacking Iran (Inside Iran Special)

After backpacking through Iran we tell you some of our Iran travel tips in this video and provide many more information for preparing your own trip on my blog.
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In this video, we're going to look at 10 reasons you should never pay sin-sod. If you are thinking of getting married to a Thai woman, this video could save you millions of Baht. And help you avoid a mountain of heartbreak. What follows is based on literally HUNDREDS of gut-wrenching conversations, Of Subscribers Who've Told Me 'Nightmare Stories' of Losing Money. In many cases, their life-savings, at the hands of a greedy Thai woman, and her family. Sin-Sod is the Thai Tradition of paying both cash, and gold, in order to be allowed to marry a Thai woman.

So, is it just a harmless tradition? Or, Has it Become just another Blatant Scam? In this video, we’re going to look at 10 Specific Reasons Why a Farang Should Never Pay Sin-Sod.

Before we begin looking at the reasons to NOT pay Sin-Sod, [and there are many] let’s first consider what Sin-Sod is...

The following is from a Forum Post from 2006…

STOP! The Very First Step in Marrying a Thai Girl is to Have Someone approach the ladies parents to discuss the Tong Mun and Sin-Sod. Tong Mun which means gold engagement is actual 24 karat gold jewelry given to the lady.

This is similar to the western engagement ring, which may also be given, but will not be expected.


Chris Comments. That was written back in 2006. You'd better believe a Thai woman expects an engagement ring today. A friend of mine was literally told; Don't Come to Visit Me Again Until You Can Bring An $8,000 Engagement Ring! Sin-Sod is the marriage price, In Thai, the word Sin means riches, things of value.

In the past it might have been farm animals, farm products, land, or some such.

Now money is used as the thing of value.

Sod is the act of storing away, or holding the Sin.

Long ago, it could have been keeping the Sin if it was a farm animal, in a secure fenced area.

These days, the Sin would be likely stored by depositing the money into a bank.

The amount will vary due to several factors such as, the social status, and wealth of the parents, the education, age, and PhysicalBeauty, of their daughter...

How much money and gold they think they can get from you. The cost of the ceremonies, parties, food, etc., will be paid by the parents using part of the Sin Sod.

CHRIS COMMENTS: These days, the Farang is expected to pay for everything.

As a Westerner, you think this sounds like selling one's daughter, [and you’d be 100% correct] but Thai culture has a completely different idea about it.

Firstly, they believe a prospective husband owes them for bringing up the daughter to be a proper lady and wife.

Stop and think about that.  It's 2020 But They literally believe YOU Owe Them Money for raising a daughter. Second, you are replacing the labor she would have contributed to the family wealth.

Third, you are demonstrating you have the financial ability to support a family.

Thai's are very demanding about going along with their culture.

Especially where money is involved. CHRIS COMMENTS: Except in cases where they would NEVER expect a Thai Man to pay Sin Sod,

yet they still expect a Farang to. We’ll cover that later in this video.

Thailand is a land of 2 rules. One set of rules for Thai people.And a Totally Different set of rules for Farangs. The Tong Mun and sometimes the Sin-Sod will be presented at a betrothal ceremony called a Phi tee Mun,

which will take place at the parents’ home.

There may be a small group of family and friends present for the ceremony, which involves the introduction of the groom by a friend,

giving of the gifts, promises by the groom to take care of the daughter, and acceptance by the parents.

You and your lady are now considered to be Koo Mun which means, tied or joined couple, (engaged.)

Afterward there will be a meal served, and conversation.

Sometime later, it could be the same day, next day, next week, or whatever date set by the Koo Mun, there will be the actual wedding ceremonies.

Complete with Monks Who'll Get Paid to Chant Away at the Wedding. There will be a meal, music, and Ram Vong dancing if there is room.

Although Most Westerner's disagree with the idea of paying for a wife. It is a Thai Tradition. Chris Comments: Okay, Let’s Look at the Reasons a Farang Should NEVER Pay Sin Sod.

#1. Sin Sod is a Backwards, Out-Dated, Tradition. That Has No Place in the Modern World.

As you can see, Sin-Sod is a tradition largely based on the out-dated traditions of a former age. where the parents expect to get paid for raising their daughter.

Stop and think about that... they literally expect to get paid money for raising their daughter.

If that sounds completely abhorrent to you, it should do.

We should raise our daughters just because we love them. Not because we hope to get money selling them for a Huge Sin-Sod.
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