I met Carolyn Dancey-Pants in a pub in New Orleans. She introduced me to New Orleans own dance style; Second Line Dancing. On any Sunday one can find a Brass Band in New Orleans knocking out a tune to a grateful audience. ‘Click here for travel insurance’ For business enquiries only email Subscribe to our […]
Dancing and music from the 2014 Toronto Caribana Carnival Parade Saturday 2nd August 2014
Proving once and for all that white man can dance! On a recent visit to Havana, I was taught by local Yamilet how to dance Cuban style. Compared to the repressive ‘Victorian era’ no touch style of Australia I found cuban style liberating, giving me a new appreciation for dancing.
Brazil Carnival and Beach. A little youtube experiment, I will tell you what it is about in a few months 🙂
Christchurch has recently been in the news with regard to being the site of three damaging earthquakes. I film just after the September 4th 2010 quake and there is still some signs of damage to buildings around the CBD. Christchurch was founded as a planned Church of England religious settlement. In 1850 four boatloads of […]
Hoi An was the most important trading port in South East Asia in the 16th and 17th Century. It traded items like silk, ceramics and spices with China, Japan, Europe, India, and even Arabia. Then due to certain changes, it sat dormant for 200 years, remaining unchanged, until recently discovered by tourists. I interviewed Eric […]