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Maltese Islands

MALTA | Wed, 2 Apr 2014 | By karamella | Views [17]


Tags: culture, history, island, sea, sun, sunset

Capturing Mardi Gras: On Assignment in New Orleans

USA | Thu, 27 Mar 2014 | By projecttravel | Views [784] | Comments [3]

World Nomads' Jesse Perez recently went to New Orleans along with the winner of the 2013 Travel Film Scholarship , Andres Brenner, and his mentor, professional filmmaker Brian Rapsey , to capture the thrills and spills of Mardi Gras in New Orleans.... Read more >

Tags: celebrations, culture, film, filmmaking, louisiana, mardi gras, new orleans, southern usa, travel, usa


ITALY | Fri, 21 Mar 2014 | By karamella | Views [23]

    Bologna .... As most beautiful cities in Italy, it is full of culture, amazing buildings and great food ... so when my sister suggested we meet in Bologna for the weekend, needless to say .... I started looking for flights straightaway!!! ... Read more >

Tags: bologna, culture, food, friends, italy, travel

Spice Parable

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Fri, 14 Mar 2014 | By spiceparable | Views [30]

Perhaps the best cooking lesson during hotel school, Raja Anna the kitchen assistant, his passion for food and cooking techniques re instilled the love of cooking in me. He is a man of few words, his movements during cooking were calculated, ... Read more >

Tags: chettinad, culinary, culture, india, spice, tamil nadu, tradition, travel

Photos: Passport & Plate - Palestinian Maqlooba

PALESTINE | Thu, 13 Mar 2014 | By thediscerningvagabond | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Ingredients 1 large or 2 small tight, blemish free eggplants, cut into half centimeter slices (optional) 600-700g boneless chicken thighs, with skin on 1-1/2 cups basmati rice (around 300g) 4 large garlic cloves, halved 1 teaspoon ground turmeric 2 ... Read more >
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Tags: adventures, culture, delicious, palestine

Photos: Passport & Plate - Ammachi's Kerala Puttu

USA | Sun, 9 Feb 2014 | By adventuresofachildlikewonder | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Puttu, meaning 'portioned' is a popular breakfast recipe from my father's homeland of Kerala in South India. How to make Puttu: 1. Add 3 cups of rice flour in a large bowl. Add 1 tsp. salt, 1/2cup coconut flakes + 1cup water. Mix well with a spoon, ... Read more >
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Tags: breakfast, cooking, culture, india, indian, kerala, puttu, recipes, south india, southern india

Passport & Plate: ITALY 2014

WORLDWIDE | Tue, 21 Jan 2014 | By scholarships | Views [238644] | Comments [113]

Applications are now closed - best of luck to everyone that applied! We believe that you can learn much about a culture through food and want to give three enthusiastic (and hungry) travelers the chance to connect with and better understand ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, cuisine, culture, emotion, europe, food, italy

State Park Itaúnas

BRAZIL | Sat, 11 Jan 2014 | By ilka | Views [171] | Video

Itaúnas is located 260 kilometers north from Vitória, capital of the state Espírito Santo. Itaúnas is famous for its dunes and Forro, a typical Brazilian dance and music, which is part of the local culture. Every year in July ... Read more >

Tags: beach, brazil, culture, dunes, forro, paradise, sunset, travel

Day 1 – Arrival in Kathmandu (1400m)

NEPAL | Sat, 21 Dec 2013 | By limecalex | Views [161]

My travel adventure in 2013 begins in Kathmandu, Nepal. After surviving almost a year of work stress, busy schedules, boring meetings and endless consultations in Singapore, I was really both glad and relieved for the arrival of my much anticipated getaway ... Read more >

Tags: culture, everest base camp, kathmandu

1 week from today! (Pre-Service)

ECUADOR | Fri, 20 Dec 2013 | By crobbins | Views [77]

Wow! What a whirlwind! I cannot believe that time has flown so quickly! Finals are over, I am back home (writing this from our local Starbucks), preparing for Christmas, and dreaming of the flight that will whisk me away- Only one week from today!!! ... Read more >

Tags: culture, ecuadorian culture, excitement, family, traditions

The Taste of a World Nomads Christmas

WORLDWIDE | Fri, 20 Dec 2013 | By connectlocally | Views [708]

Mangos, turkey with stuffing, fresh prawns and yorkshire puddings floating in rich homemade gravy. How can all of these flavours represent the same tradition world wide? We've asked the staff here at World Nomads "What does Christmas Taste like to ... Read more >

Tags: christmas, culture, family, food, traditions, travel

Travel Film Scholarship to New Orleans - Winner Announced!

USA | Fri, 29 Nov 2013 | By scholarships | Views [4872] | Comments [1] | Video

Aspiring filmmakers, presenters and nomads, again you have brought us an amazing raft of videos from across the world. This year has to be the most diverse group of entrants that we have seen yet - both in nationality and in film topics. This year ... Read more >

Tags: celebrations, culture, film, filmmaking, louisiana, mardi gras, new orleans, southern usa, travel, usa

My Backyard

NIGERIA | Mon, 4 Nov 2013 | By stringssoundmaker | Views [75] | Video

This is a video about my hometown and culture. I am a native if Ohita in Ogbaru local government area. I tried to use the limited time to highlight the major things that describes Ohita, my hometown like our dressing, the major agricultural produce, ... Read more >

Tags: culture, dancing, drinking, local market exploration, on the boat

Video: Raw & Real in Chandni Chowk

INDIA | Thu, 24 Oct 2013 | By extraordinaryexperiences | Views [897] | Video

Spending a day in New Delhi's oldest marketplace feels more like a lifetime. Worn, weathered, and enriched with hundreds of years of active trade and commerce, it's like stepping onto a movie set, where everything seems almost too fantastical to be real.... Read more >

Tags: asia, chandi chowk, culture, delhi, food, getting lost, india, just go, markets, travel

Mañana, mañana, mañana

SPAIN | Thu, 17 Oct 2013 | By elcastleberry | Views [37]

The siesta mentality rules in southern Spain. Almost everything closes at 1pm for the two-hour siesta, except for banks, which close at 2pm... and just don't reopen. People stay up late, wake up late, eat out often and avoid stress at all costs. Jennifer ... Read more >

Tags: culture, patience, siesta, spain, spanish culture, tomorrow

La France Profonde

FRANCE | Thu, 3 Oct 2013 | By elcastleberry | Views [29]

Soggy clumps of the floral wallpaper fall onto my forearm as I shove the paint scraper upward against the wall. The muted green and pastel pink pattern, once so popular decades ago, now gives way to the soft, white plaster beneath it.  "Shit," ... Read more >

Tags: culture, dinner parties, food, france, french, french food, language, soup, wine

Becoming Himba: From Traveller to Tribal Woman

NAMIBIA | Mon, 30 Sep 2013 | By extraordinaryexperiences | Views [5563] | Comments [2] | Video

Earlier this year, Sussan Mourad travelled to Namibia with the World Nomads film crew to explore Namibia. This is her story... My experience of meeting the beautiful people of the nomadic Namibian Himba Tribe definitely was one of the most extraordinary, ... Read more >

Tags: africa, beauty, culture, dancing, just go, namibia, transformation, travel, tribes

Deep Inside Rocinha: A Rio Favela Story

BRAZIL | Fri, 27 Sep 2013 | By connectlocally | Views [1254] | Video

Going to Rio de Janerio for many people means a non-stop party, and while I had a great time of getting amongst the infectious atmosphere of Carnaval, I wanted to discover the other side of Rio that laid up the mountain, inside the Rocinha favela. ... Read more >

Tags: assignment, beaches, brazil, carnaval, culture, festival, film, filmmaking, rio, travel

Cata's Video Jurnal in Barcelona

ROMANIA | Wed, 25 Sep 2013 | By catalinaeugeniamatei | Views [125] | Video

The economic crisis has hit Europe powerfully. Barcelona is a special case, not because they weren't hit by the crisis but for the solutions they found. Here they found a way of dealing with these problems that I didn't see in my country. The example ... Read more >

Tags: architecture, art, culture, factories, museum

The Opening Number: Les Riols, France

FRANCE | Tue, 24 Sep 2013 | By elcastleberry | Views [44]

Welcome to The Chocolate Box. That is what Simon Curtis calls the new home he just bought with his partner, Linda Walsh, on the banks of the River Aveyron in in Southwest France. This sweet little cottage is nestled on a rural, country road outside ... Read more >

Tags: culture, family, france, homestay, host, les riols, river aveyron, rural france

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