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Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia, part 1, East

Martin begins his odyssey by flying 600 kilometers east over the Pacific Ocean to Lord Howe Island. It's his first experience of Australia's remote island communities: the pace of life is slow and the population is a steady 350. Jack Shick introduces Martin to the treasures of a place that was untouched by humans until Europeans accidentally stumbled across it in 1788, just three weeks after the first mainland colony was founded where Sydney is today.
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Australian World War Two History, Labuan Island, Borneo, Malaysia

I visit the Labaun War Memorial and Surrender Point with local expat Australian Peter Searle.

Peter discusses the Sandakan Death March, the greatest single atrocity committed against Australians in war. It is believed that almost
3,600 Indonesians, 1,787 Australians, and 641 British prisoners died at, or between, Sandakan and Ranau.

At Surrender Point on Labuan, the 32nd Japanese Southern Army surrendered to the 9th Division Australian Imperial Forces on 9th September 1945 which led to the end of World War II in Borneo.

The Australian 9th Division, Rats of Tobruk, were heavily involved in reconstructing British North Borneo and rebuilt and re-established a considerable amount of civil infrastructure. The division developed a warm relationship with the local people and its efforts were recognised by the incorporation of the division's colour patch in the coat of arms of the new Colony of British Borneo. These arms were used until British Borneo became the Malaysian state of Sabah in 1963.

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Norfolk Island Story

Tall tales and epic sagas swirl in our island’s past, present and future. Write your own Norfolk chapter in the greater story of this South Pacific paradise.

Norfolk Island’s rich history is written into the faces of our basalt cliffs, in the canopies of our forests and our World Heritage ruins. Many voices have helped to tell our story, from Bounty mutineers to Polynesian seafarers. The pages of our history are far from dusty; see how our ever-evolving story is kept alive in our community and our culture.


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Indigenous Tourism&Sustainability: Authentic Indigenous Experiences & Resilience in Times of Crisis

ITB Panel Discussion: CSR

If managed responsibly and sustainably, indigenous tourism can help to empower communities and especially its women and youth, generate income and preserve culture. But what happens in times of crisis - how can communities manage to be resilient and not to fully depend on tourism, which alternatives can be developed?

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Moderator: Rika Jean-Francois, ITB Berlin, CSR Commissioner
Panelists: Ben Sherman, World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA), Chairman / Beverley O’Neil, DesigningNations, Marketing & Consulting / Gopinath Parayil, The BlueYonder Kerala, Founder / Darren Capewell, Wula Gura Nyinda Eco Adventures

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Norfolk Island Travel Guide

Welcome to an island that’s not your everyday South Pacific destination.
Sure, Norfolk Island has been blessed with world-class beaches, a pristine environment, and endless opportunities for total relaxation. But our island also offers something more. Whichever way you turn on Norfolk Island, you’ll find 360 degrees of Wonder.

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The Battle of Milne Bay August 1942

Tim Gellel of the Australian Army History Unit provides a detailed insight to the Battle of Milne Bay. The first defeat of Japan on land in World War 2. His presentation was given to the Battle for Australia Association on 16 February 2018.

Paradise Luxury Motorhomes — Independence Platinum Walk-through

The living space available in the Independence is simply decadent.

The entertaining area in the Deluxe model has three luxury leather swivel chairs, two and three-seater leather lounge/futon and in the Platinum model a full leather club lounge which converts to a double bed, all with a well-equipped kitchen and comfortable dining.

The massive bedroom features a 1.1m wide walkway between the huge 1.3m wide full-sized mirrored wardrobe and the foot of the island queen bed. The huge ensuite has a large shower, separate toilet and internal laundry with combined washer dryer which is standard in all Independence models.

8 Reasons Why Americans LEAVE Costa Rica [Why I Left]

The TRUTH about living in Costa Rica: Why do so many Americans leave Costa Rica after moving there? In this video, I explain what causes expats to change their minds about retiring abroad and why I left Costa Rica after 8 years. Some of the initial reasons that people want to move to Costa Rica include the moderate climate, laid back lifestyle, fresh and healthy food, friendly people, beaches, medical tourism, and the low cost of living. But is Costa Rica really a safe and friendly country or is it actually dangerous and expensive? Once they arrive, many people realize that living in Costa Rica wasn't quite what they expected. Unfortunately, that results in people returning home quite soon after arriving.

After helping more than 500 foreigners move to Costa Rica and living there for eight years, this video explains the top reasons why people move back to the USA and why I left, too, so that you know more about what to expect BEFORE you get there. This is the real and sometimes dark truth about living in Costa Rica. What do you think are the biggest pros and cons of living in Costa Rica? Let us know in the comments.

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6:45 #4 Healthcare and Health Problems
7:10 #5 Missing Family and Homesickness
8:20 #6 Crime Rate - Is it Dangerous or Safe?
10:58 #7 Negativity from Other Expats
11:53 #8 Misc Things: Infrastructure, extreme weather, and too much Pura Vida
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15:38 Why I left Costa Rica to become a digital nomad
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Day 2 Sea Day 1. John Hocknull brings you an “Introduction to Papua New Guinea.

Guest Enrichment Presenters John and Morag Hocknull start their entertainment for the cruise with John bringing you and “Introduction to Papua New Guinea”. 70,000 years for history, geography, social science and up to date information on one of the most fascinating places on earth.

Travel to Norfolk Island Norfolk Island| moving to Norfolk Island |walking in Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island, a tiny Australian island in the South Pacific Ocean, is defined by pine trees and jagged cliffs. Sandy beaches include Emily Bay, with reef-protected waters. Norfolk Island National Park offers views over palm forests from Mt. Pitt. In the capital Kingston, the Norfolk Island Museum traces the island's colourful past. The Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area has a ruined British penal colony.

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Must-Visit Places on Norfolk Island (Ep3) - Kingston Convict Site

Queen Elizabeth Lookout is my favourite spot on Norfolk Island. The view is just stunning!

Travel In A Vast And Diverse Country. Australia With Pamela Cook

What are the truths behind stereotypes of Australia — and what are the things that might surprise you? Pamela Cook talks about rural places, diversity of people and landscape, and the attractions of the city in this interview.

Pamela Cook writes rural and contemporary Australian fiction featuring complex women and tangled family relationships and is a podcaster at Writes4Women.

What might surprise travelers about Australia
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Kingston Convict Penal Settlement ~ Norfolk Island SnapShot

A convict settlement ()1788-1855, the place where Pitcairn Island descendants of the Bounty mutineers were re-settled in 1856, and the only Australian site showing evidence of early Polynesian settlement, all contribute to the absolute uniqueness of Norfolk Island and its people.
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BBC NEWS - Norfolk Owls

Exciting news with the discovery of threatened species morepork owl chicks that have survived to their fledgling age - the first time any of this species has made it this far in more than 10 years! This video clip courtesy of the BBC.

Sustainable Living, Norfolk Island

From The Paddock to your Plate, That's how we live on Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island under the ocean

Norfolk Island Real Estate - Secluded Treasure presented by Peter Bellingham Photography

Norfolk Island Real Estate - Secluded Treasure

156 Stockyard Road - Norfolk Island presented by Peter Bellingham Photography

156 Stockyard Road - Norfolk Island

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