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Vietnam Travel Series – Overlander.tv Meet a Local

Explore unique Vietnam from the top to the bottom, meeting locals at top tourist destinations. (English and Vietnamese Language) Stories include: *Heritage listed Ha Long Bay is a major tourist attraction in Vietnam, and rightly so.The bay is home to over a thousand jungle clad limestone pillars, several of which are hollow and contain enormous […]

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My favourite movies

Recently in the New Amsterdam Cafe, Vancouver, someone asked me what my favourite movie was. I spurted ‘Apocalypse now’ not giving much thought to it. He told me one can determine a lot about a person by their favourite movie. He said it can give one an amazing insight into one’s world view, attitudes and […]

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Melbourne, Australia Travel Video Guide – Overlander.tv

Australian Filmmaker Mark Shea travels around Australia interviewing locals along the way. In Melbourne he interviews well known musician Wendy Rule, asking her what she likes about Melbourne. Subscribe to overlander Check out our full video catalog Visit our website – Videos, travel advice and more Like Overlander on Facebook Follow Overlander on Twitter Instagram […]

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American Roadtrip

After four months traveling America, Australian Filmmaker Mark Shea is back home and editing through the footage which took him to 13 different locations on his American Roadtrip. Meeting locals along the way, Mark plans to edit his stories into a feature length film. Below is a preview featuring each location visited. The locations Mark […]

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Completed travel programs – Overlander.tv

Below is a list of Overlander.tv’s completed travel programs: The Way – Camino de Santiago The Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain is one of the World’s most popular pilgrimages. Filmmaker Mark Shea wished to explore the spiritual affect the Camino (Way of St James) has on pilgrims, by walking the French Way alone, and […]

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Wheeled Backpack Review, Best of Both Worlds

I look for two things in a backpack, durability and design, and I have found Australian Company, Caribee come up spades in both areas. I recently got a new backpack, the Caribee Skymaster 80. I needed something that both had wheels and backpack straps. My previous pack was a Caribee purchased in 2003 and still […]

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Digital Nomads – Travel Videos – Overlander.tv

Travel Blogger, Samuel Jeffery of http://nomadicsamuel.com/ interviews Traveling Filmmaker, Mark Shea of http://www.overlander, getting tips on how to make videos, how to interview people and what gear to use.

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Korean Shuffle, Hongdae Seoul

I visit the Hongdae area which is one of Seoul’s best districts to go out in. Fellow Australian Jason explains to me that the dance moves the locals are doing, originated in Melbourne Australia and were spread around the world by online video. The original dance was called the ‘Melbourne Shuffle’. An interesting TED TALK […]

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How Sake is made, Kobe, Nada District, Japan

I visit the Kikumasamune Sake Brewery and Museum in the famous Nada District of Kobe. Manager Sho Murata helps me explain how Sake is made using the traditional Kimoto method. The Kikumasamune Brewery has been making Sake since 1659. For more information on Kikumasamune and how Sake is made visit http://www.kikumasamune.com/ AROUND THE WORLD TRAVEL […]

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Flirting with Love Songs, How to make your own with Songify

Does a man hit an age when he is too old to flirt? What are the cultural differences in courting rituals around the world? How can a man serenade a women with a love song if they can’t sing? This video answers all these questions and more!

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