Santorini Greece Beach Vacations | Indian Visiting Santorini – Travel Vlog | Part 2

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Santorini was a never before experience! The island has stunning turquoise beaches and amazing Greek food to offer. The entire east side and the south side of Santorini is about amazing beaches, snorkeling, and relaxation. We enjoyed our visits to Perissa, Perivolos, and Monolithos beach.
Greek foods like Musaka, Souvlakis, Greek yogurt and Stuffed wine leaves were out of the world! and of course, the seafood in Santorini was a treat to all senses.
Souvenir shopping in Fira was an interesting afternoon plan, where we fell in love with volcanic products, Santorini olives, and dessert wine by Santo winery!

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Bluefish Fishing at the Indian River Inlet – Rehoboth Beach, DE

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Lures Used: Luhr Jensen Krocodile Spoon (1/2 ounce, silver), Damiki Vault (1/2 ounce, WS crystal), Lucky Craft Flash Pointer 115 (1/2 ounce, chrome)

Rod/Reel/Line used: Abu Garcia Orra Inshore (40 lb suffix 832 braid, 20 lb seaguar tatsu leader) with a G Loomis E6X casting rod 6’6″ MH/fast

Location: Indian River Inlet in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
Date: September 13, 2015
Primary Pattern: imitating injured minnows with chrome colored jerkbaits fished with a fast, erratic, retrieve
Time Fished: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Air Temp: High of 72 degrees
Water Temp: Forgot to measure sry 😛
Water Clarity: 30 inches
Conditions: Partly cloudy with winds from the NWN up to 17 mph
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Overview – First time back to this spot in over 4 years. I remember the last time I fished the inlet was with my buddy Lawrence ( and I ended up hooking into an absolute beast of a fish on a live 8 inch eel on my bass gear. The giant pulled me around like a rag doll up and down the walkway forcing nearby anglers to retrieve their lines in.

After a 30 minute fight I finally made some progress on the monster and had it in about 20 feet in front of me in water deep enough to where I couldn’t see it. I pulled up on my g loomis/antares dc combo as hard as I could and right as I felt the pig coming up to the surface it dove straight into the rocks next to the walkway and just like that, the biggest fish of my life was gone :'(

I always remember my trophy catches, but I remember the big ones that got away just as vividly. Those are the fish that keep us anglers addicted to the sport we love!

Anyways, back to the present, my cousin Isabella had joined us for the last day of our vacation. Kimi, my mom, and Izzy went to hang by the beach and play arcade games. I adhered to my daily routine and answered comments for 90 minutes or so on youtube and my other social media accounts since I knew I wouldn’t want to when I get home later that night.

After I finished the females were still doing their own thing so I suggested to my dad that we go fish the inlet for old times sake. 20 minutes later we had our lines in the water 😀 Right off the bat we see bluefish busting on the surface. Looking carefully in the water I saw massive schools of minnows darting in and out of the rocks.

I noticed some activity nearby and when I looked over I saw a school of bluefish busting on the helpless minnows. The frenzy was an awesome sight (the video doesn’t do it justice), the bluefish would work together and time their attacks to perfection ambushing the minnows from multiple directions and fragmenting the school, making it easier to prey on the isolated targets.

A minute or so after the frenzy ended my dad fooled a bluefish into taking his spoon, and was rewarded with his first fish ever caught on a lure! I was using a larger version of the spoon but decided to downsize baits when I saw the size of the fish and the minnows. I went to a damiki vault, probably my furthest casting bait and I rocketed 70-80 yard cast straight to the middle. After a few seconds into my retrieve, the damiki was hammered by a fiesty blue.

I caught one more one the bladebait but after spending 20 minutes with the bait and only catching two fish, I knew that switching to a better minnow imitation would be more productive considering the high level of activity.

The jerkbait is a perfect lure to mimic a dying, injured, or frantic minnow/baitfish. I chose my most reflective chrome bait because I know that the flash from the bait could draw a reaction strike from the aggressive bluefish (when baitfish dart around, they often exhibit a “silver flash” on sunny days.

The change was crucial, for the next 70 minutes I absolutely slayed them! I ended up catching over 20 fish, all cook-cutter 8-10 inch blues but those little fish fought like they were 4 times their size.

I utilized long 40-50 yard casts and a fast-paced jerk-jerk-pause cadence to draw my strikes. My dad was rigged up with a shad patterned jerkbait but couldn’t quite grasp how to properly retrieve the jerkbait to create reaction strikes even though I tried to help him 😛

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Sweet INDIAN STREET FOOD Tour in North India! India’s Dessert Capital!

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1. SHRI MISHRILAL HOTEL: Special Rabri + Special Pede
ADDRESS: Clock Tower, Sardar Market, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 34200
OPEN: 8:30AM – 10PM

To make this sweet snack, reduce milk by adding sugar until it becomes thick. Add a mixture of rosewater and cardamom powder, then serve.
PRICE: 5 USD/360 INR per kg

Reduce milk to milk solid (called mawa) by evaporating or drying the milk out. Add cardamom powder, sugar, saffron and kewra (an extract distilled from the flower of the pandanus plant) to the mawa and roast in a wok until it becomes a smooth paste. Allow to cool, roll into balls and enjoy.
PRICE: 5 USD/360 INR per kg
LOCATION: Tripolia Bazar, Rawaton Ka Bass, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001
OPEN: 6AM – 12PM for jalebi (otherwise open until 8PM)

Motu Jalebi Wala has been serving one of Jodhpur’s most popular sweets, jalebi, for 105 years. The jalebi batter is made from refined flour, a little bit of gram flour and water. Finish the jalebi by dunking it into sugar syrup and eating!
PRICE: 5 USD/360 INR per kg
3. JODHPUR SWEETS: Rabri Ladoo + Rose Badam Ladoo + Pista Pan Gilory
LOCATION: 9th C Rd, Sardarpura, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342003
OPEN: 7AM – 10:30PM
Boil milk and reduce it to mawa (milk solid), mixing with gram flour to create batter. In separate wok, add sugar syrup, saffron and cardamom powder. Strain the batter into the ghee pan, forming small balls. After the balls are fried, dunk in the sugar-saffron syrup.
To make the ladoos (round balls), mix almonds, big cardamom seeds, cardamom powder, rose petals (fresh), the fried small balls that were previously dunked in sugar syrup and bind them together into ladoo.
PRICE: 5.2 USD/380 INR per kg

Create the dough by mixing soaked almonds and sugar. Then mix with chopped roasted almonds, pistachios and rose syrup. Roll into a balls (ladoos), then roll it again in rose syrup before coating them in dried rose petals.
PRICE: 16.4 USD/1,200 INR per kg

Soak cashew nuts and pistachios for 3 hours before grinding them into a paste. In a wok, add water and sugar to create a syrup, then add ghee and the pistachio and cashew paste. With a thick wooden spatula, continue mixing the paste to make it finer. Allow to cool for 30 minutes. Flatten the paste and cut into equal squares. Take one piece and curl it into the shape of a cone.

To make the stuffing, mix gulkand (rose marmalade), pistachios, roasted almonds, mishri (sugar crystals), poppy seeds, pan chutney with silver leaf, sugar and saffron. Allow to sit for one hour, then add the stuffing to the cone. Wrap the cone in edible silver sheet. Finally, using saffron and rose water, create a paste and add a drop on the outside of this sweet treat.
PRICE: 13.6 USD/1,000 INR per kg
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Florida Everglades Vacation with the Seminole Tribe

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Experience Native Culture, Adventure and Untamed Beauty in the land of the Unconquered Seminole Indians. Learn about our history at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki museum. Discover over 20,000 artifacts representing the Seminole Tribe of Florida over the last 300 years. Explore 2,200 acres of untamed swamplands at Billie Swamp Safari. Enjoy a family filled adventure in our award-winning ecosystem on an airboat or swamp buggy. Relish in the wonders of the Florida Everglades at the Big Cypress RV Resort. Relax at our full-service resort offering guests both grassy and paved RV sites with full hook-ups, tents and air-conditioned cabins. The Seminole Tribe of Florida is a federally recognized indian tribe, the only tribe in America who never signed a peace treaty.


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Pahar Ganj has changes: Indian food in Old Delhi. Pahar Ganj is an area in Old Delhi full of budget guesthouses, Indian food and shops for backpackers. It’s also very close to the New Delhi Railway station. I used to stay in Pahar Ganj on my previous visits to Delhi and today we’re back to try the same Indian food I used to eat back then in Old Delhi. Pahar ganj had changed though…
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Goa Beach Holiday – Quick look at Baga and Candolim beach 2017

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About Goa :Goa is a state in western India with coastlines stretching along the Arabian Sea. Its long history as a Portuguese colony prior to 1961 is evident in its preserved 17th-century churches and the area’s tropical spice plantations. Goa is also known for its beaches, ranging from popular stretches at Baga and Palolem to those in laid-back fishing villages such as Agonda.

About Baga: Baga is a coastal town in the western Indian state of Goa. Standing on the shores of the Arabian Sea, it’s known for long, sandy Baga Beach, a popular spot for water sports. Held on Saturday nights, Baga Beach Market features stalls selling handicrafts and textiles. Baga’s coastline extends south to lively Calangute Beach, lined with restaurants and bars, and north to palm-fringed Anjuna Beach.
About Candolim: Candolim is a small town in the western Indian state of Goa. Standing on the shores of the Arabian Sea, it’s known for Candolim Beach and, to the north, lively Calangute Beach. In the south, the sturdy walls of Aguada Fort, built in the early 1600s under Portuguese colonial rule, surround a 19th-century lighthouse. The whitewashed, centuries-old Church of St. Lawrence stands on a nearby hill.

Lakshadweep LOOKBOOK – Beach Holiday Outfits | IndianYoutuber

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In this lookbook video I will be sharing 5 looks from my recent trip to Lakshadweep. Plz give this Beach Holiday Lookbook Video a big thumbs up and Subscribe my channel for more such videos.

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Look# 1 – Beach Baby Casual

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Look# 2 – The Beach Mermaid

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Skirt- Koovs

Look# 3 – Sunkissed

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Look# 4 – Boho Chic

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Look# 5 – The Ocean Dancer

Dress- Vero Moda

Spring/ Summer Outfit Ideas 2018 | Beach Holiday Outfits | Abhra

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Hey everyone, I wanted to do a Spring- Summer Lookbook and decided that filming the same in Bali would be a great idea. These outfits are super comfortable and wearable being casual and semi formal. Don’t forget to hit the Subscribe Button for more videos from me!

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Exotic Jellyfish Aquarium | The Indian Fishkeeer

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Jellyfish or jellies are softbodied, free-swimming aquatic animals with a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles.

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Indian Vacation Look book | Rajasthan Diaries | Indo-western Outfit Ideas

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If you are going to Rajasthan and thinking what to wear in Rajasthan trip, then look no more. This video is all about travel lookbook India and has some colorful indowestern outfits.

I loved how each of the outfits turned out – chic and yet so comfortable. Hope you enjoy this lookbook and do let me know in comments which is your favorite. Below are the details.

All accessories are from Mumbai/Delhi street shops – specifically Hill Road, Colaba and Sarojini Nagar.
Look 1:
Red Dress – Max Fashion
Sandals – Steve Madden
Shades – Rayban

Look 2:
Black dress – Primark
Sandals – Myntra (Dressberry)
Shades – Rayban

Look 3:
Dhoti Pants – Ethnicity
Top – Lifestyle Stores (Ginger brand)
Sandals – The ones I wear at home 😮
Shades – Borrowed

Look 4:
The turban, skirt and scarf are bought from the Jaisalmer streets.
Top – It is actually a Maxi dress from H&M
Shades – Rayban
Sandals – Steve Madden

Look 5:
Jacket and Skirt from Street shops in Jodhpur
Sandals – Steve Madden
Top – Again the same maxi dress from H&M. You see, I was trying to pack light 😀

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Samode Safari Lodge, Bandhavgarh, Indian holidays and honeymoons, with Africa Odyssey

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