Category Archive: Videos

Jan 28

Amritsar photos and video

[AFG_gallery id=’1′] Amritsar’s Golden Temple is the holiest shrine for Sikhs everywhere. Plated in real gold, the Golden Temple shines brilliantly from sunrise to sunset and all through the night. It’s a calm and peaceful place in the middle of one of the most chaotic cities on earth. Everyone gets to stay and eat for free, and foreigner …

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Jan 28

Panthankot photos and videos

[AFG_gallery id=’2′] Panthankot is a military town close to the border between India and Pakistan. We only passed through here to get from Dharamshala to Amritsar. Being stuck at the train station for hours gave us the opportunity to take some photos of the sun setting over the platform. Here is the video of the 12 hour …

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Sep 30

The Return It Redemption

Update: We have won second prize at the Trailer Trashed Film Festival, and our film was shown on the big screen in Vancity Theater as well! There is a video contest held by the Recycling Council of British Columbia. The contest is called “Trailer Trashed”, and calls for videos in the movie trailer format made with …

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Jul 05

Vancouver Canada Day fireworks 2011 at Canada Place

As Canada grows a year older every July 1, hundreds of thousands of proud Canadians and delighted tourists turn out to celebrate the nation’s birthday. A full day’s festivities is always capped off with an excellent fireworks show over the colorful waters of Coal Harbour. The show can be watched from Canada Place, the Coal …

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Jun 25

Dharamshala Mcleodganj photos and videos

Mcleodganj (or Mcleod Ganj) was one of our first stops, and remains one of our favourites. After the debacle in Delhi with lost baggage and supreme chaos, it was here in the foothills of the Himalayas that our journey in India truly began. Here are some of our favourite photos. This is the video of …

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Jun 25

Delhi photos and videos

We spent most of our two days in Delhi trying to locate our bags lost by the airline, and buying all of our train tickets, so actual sightseeing is very limited. Still, just before leaving the city, we checked out Old Delhi, one of the most crowded places on earth, and Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in …

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