Princess Cruises Exotics: Asia, Japan, South America & World Cruise Vacations (US)

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In 2016-2017 Princess Cruises will be sailing to some of the most exciting and fascinating places on earth. Learn about the adventures that await on a cruise vacation with Princess to Asia, Japan, India, South America and even epic World Cruises. Through award winning shore excursions and onboard activities, passengers can experience the color, culture, and cuisine of these exotic vacation destinations. Additional information about Princess Cruises 2015-2016 itineraries can be found at:

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What’s in my backpack for Central America?

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Some of the things mentioned:

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My daypack:

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I’m not a travel expert or have any kind of qualification in giving travel advice. I’m just a girl who loves to travel and am answering the questions I have received in the past about my travels. The answers given are all my personal opinions. (but I like to think that’s what makes these videos a little better – advice from personal experience rather than text book answers)

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Backpacking in Central America (1/2): Belize

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First backpacking trip from the beautiful beaches of San Pedro to the Mayan ruins in San Ignacio in Western Belize.

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Day 1: San Pedro 3:58
Day 2: Snorkeling 12:30
Day 3: Belize City 22:22, Xunantunich 31:45, Cahal Pech 40:40
Day 4: Entering Guatemala

This was not only my first trip to Central America but my first backpacking trip. This trip was a huge breakthrough in my vision of travel as I have spend the past year evolving my passion and desire for travel. It was suppose to be two plus ones, however my mom didn’t make it because of school. So my step father and I happily flew into the beautiful countries of Belize and Guatemala, Two completely different yet diverse lands with amazing people. Although Belize is the only English speaking country in Central America, it is a mixing pot of English, Spanish, Mayan, and coastal Garifuna cultures. Belize is a good mashup of tourist and backpacker all in one.

After flying into Belize Citys airport out the outskirts of the city, we took a cab to the Belize City Water Taxi terminal. From here we took about an hour boat ride to Caye Caulker en route to our island, Ambergris Caye where San Pedro is. San Pedro so far was the most relaxing and most laid back place I have ever been to. WHen they say take it slow, they mean it as time nearly seized to exist and our time there seemed to last longer than we thought, GOOD. We spend half of our second day strolling the beaches, walking around town where all they primarily drive is golf carts, and finally went snorkeling in Shark Alley with sharks, turtles, and fish.

Third day we left the relaxation of the island behind, headed for Belize City and took our first 3 hour chicken bus across Belize for San Ignacio. Although uncomfortable, the bus ride costed us a whopping $4. Once we finally arrived in San Ignacio, we settled in our cozy hotel and took a cab ride over to the Mayan ruins of Xunantunich, 15 to 20 minutes from the Guatemala border and the Mayan ruins of Cahal Pech, outside the city. Considering the distance, we walked from Cahal Pech through the small town of San Ignacio to catch dinner and finally head back to our hotel. Instead of our fourth day cave diving or tubing, we cancelled those plans and headed straight for the Guatemalan border to spend the next five days there before heading back home.

Belize is an amazing country for it’s size. It not only offers great tourism but offers foreigners the opportunity to buy land for retirement. As for backpackers, Belize is the most if not one of the more expensive countries in Central America. However, the experience between relaxing on a Belizean beach or hiking up a Mayan pyramid is something that you truly can never forget. For a small English speaking nation in Central America, Belize is Unbelizable. Can you Belize it? 🙂

Many years ago, I sat in a college classroom glancing at pictures of travel, two years ago I started, last year I left the country for the first time, this trip, I backpacked for the first time. Like all my videos, they represent me as I put my heart into all of my footage. I not only enjoy my time and explore but I hope to give others the opportunity to see how things are done beyond the travel guides and books. This is travel in the eyes of Anthony Perez! Hope you enjoy and happy travels!

Video production and assembly is not professional, strictly for fun. 🙂 Enjoy

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Belize You Born Deh – Lord Rhaburn Combo
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Viva al Caribé – Andy Palacio
Roots – Andy Palacio
Proud of my Belize – Shannelly Sutherland


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My top tips for backpacking, travelling, or just having an adventure on vacation in Central America.

Taking in the Gringo Trail, the backpacking hot spots across Central America, sharing my advice, do’s and dont’s, and ultimately what I wish someone had told me before I headed off on my – extended gap year, ha! – travel adventure.

This video’s not meant to be a definitive Central America travel guide, or even an exhaustive list of Central America backpacking routes or destinations. It’s just my top tips for travelling in Central America from my own experience. (Which was Nicaragua, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala and Belize – all of Central America except El Salvador!)

If you’re backpacking or even just vacationing in Central or Latin America, let me know, I’d love to hear from you! Send me a pic or message.



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Sonic & Knuckles Plush Vacations: The Spain Beach 2016 [Part 1/5]

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Hey everyone! Sonic and Knuckles document parts of my vacation to Spain, Barcelona. I went on July 7th and stayed in Barcelona until July 12th.
Sonic and Knuckles adventure and explore Barcelona!

Wait for part two to see Sonic and Knuckles run free around the Spanish city and climb churches and mountains and ride on a ship travelling across the Mediterranean sea!

Sonic Colours – Reach for the Stars (Instrumental)
Sonic Adventure 2 – City Escape (Instrumental)
Sonic Unleashed – Apotos Town Day
Kings of Leon – Birthday (Instrumental)

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DISCLAIMER: I just want all of you to know that my gay comments on some of my videos are only jokes and i don’t mean anything by them, it’s all fun and games. I have absolutely nothing against gay people, i am all for human and gay rights. I truly believe that everyone is one and equal, regardless of your skin colour, sexual orientation, gender, nationality, accent, religion and beliefs.

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Lapoint – A day in the life in Costa Rica

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Follow along as we take you through what a day in the life at Lapoint Surf Camp in Costa Rica looks like.

The beaches around Playa Hermosa and Santa Teresa is home to some af the absolute best surf spots around Costa Rica. You’ll find everything from beach breaks to point breaks both left and rights.

What ever you’re a beginner and want to learn how to surf or an expert surfer, the surf spots around Santa Teresa in Costa Rica will for sure provide you with challenging and fun waves. Lapoint Surf Camps offers surf lessons for all levels of surfing. Check out our different packs we offer at Surf Camp Costa Rica:

Wanna experience a true tropic surfing, with world-class waves and a stunning nature? This is the perfect location for you!

Get more info on surfing in Costa Rica and check out our high standard surf camp, located on a hill overlooking the surf spot Tes Santa Teresa. Our camp is open all year, ready to provide you with an endless amount of our trademark #Goodtimes.

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15 Magical Places in America

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The United States of America are home to countless beautiful landscapes and natural wonders so it’s hard and almost unfair to choose only 15 Magical Places. Nevertheless, we decided to put together a completely subjective list of places that left us completely speechless. Life is short, so make sure to include one of this beauties in your next trip.

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#5 Northern Lights, Alaska

The best place on Earth to experience the magnificence of the northern lights is definitely Alaska. Head to Fairbanks between late August and April, sit back in a heated “aurorium” cabin or simply walk outside and look up to the sky. Aurora borealis or The Northern Lights are the results of collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun’s atmosphere and gaseous particles from Earth’s atmosphere. They occur 60 miles above the Earth, making a colorful display of brilliant yellow-green and sometimes even red- purple patterns.

#4 The Wave, Arizona

The Wave is a sandstone formation located in Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness. In order to maintain the natural integrity only 20 people per day are allowed to visit The Wave. For that, you will need a day-use permit that you have to get up to 4 months in advance in an on- line lottery, or by lottery the day before visiting. There are no marked trails or signs to guide hikers that have to be prepared also for fierce winds, harsh desert conditions and blowing sand. You ask: Is all that hassle worth it? Definitely yes. Here you can create the most wonderful Instagram- worthy photos that need no filter.

#3 Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

Florida is without a doubt one of the most beautiful US states. Here in the Sunshine State, you have The Dry Tortugas National Park, located only 68 miles west of Key West. You can get there by ferry or seaplane from Key West. The park consists of small archipelago of seven coral islands and Fort Jefferson, a massive yet unfinished fortress made from 16 million bricks. Here you can find abundant sea life, coral reefs, and sunken treasures.

#2 Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

The sacred place for Hawaiians is also the most active volcano on Earth. The Kilauea volcano is sometimes called, “the world’s only drive-in volcano.” It produces 250,000-650,000 cubic yards of lava on daily basis ever since January 3rd, 1983. You can take a hike through volcanic craters and watch blistering lava flows meet the sea.

#1 Maroon Bells, Colorado

Just 10 miles from Aspen, Colorado you have the most photographed mountains in the USA. Unmatched mountain scenery created by two peaks in the Elk Mountains called the Maroon Bells and the reflective lake. It took more than 300 million years of sedimentation and erosion to create the Maroon Valley, a natural wonder that truly encapsulates the beauty of the Rocky Mountains.