1. Mantas in Maldives


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    • Dolphins in Maldives


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      • Travel in The Maldives! Top luxury resort hotel, Gili Lankanfushi. Journalist & Video blogger La Carmina's tropical vacation


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        Travel journalist, blogger & TV host La Carmina - http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php - in the Maldives luxury award-winning resort, Gili Lankanfushi. See her tropical vacation including snorkeling, Mr Friday, an organic garden, romantic honeymoon villa over the water, and fresh seafood and fruit. Travel video presented by La Carmina, produced by Melissa Rundle and Eric Bergemann. ** For MORE travel tips and photos, see LaCarmina blog - http://www.lacarmina.com/blog/ ** ADD La Carmina on her social networks: Twitter http://www.twitter.com/lacarmina Instagram http://www.instagram.com/lacarmina Facebook http://www.facebook.com/lacarminaofficial Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/lacarmina --- La Carmina - http://www.lacarmina.com/travel.php - is a top travel blogger, TV host ("Taboo", "Bizarre Foods", "World's Weirdest Restaurants", "Oddities") , author of 3 books (Penguin USA and Random House), and journalist for Business Insider, CNN and Huffington Post / AOL. Her "La Carmina blog" has a passionate young following, and has been featured in major publications (The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, LA Times). She contributes articles on art, travel, culture and fashion to Business Insider, CNN and AOL / Huffington Post. La Carmina is the author of three books, including Cute Yummy Time (Penguin Books USA: about character bentos and food decoration) and Crazy, Wacky Theme Restaurants: Tokyo (Random House: stories of Japanese theme cafes, like maids, vampires, cats and ninjas). She went on a multi-city book tour and appeared on The Today Show to speak about her works. Born and raised in Vancouver, she is a summa cum laude graduate of Columbia University, and has a JD from Yale Law School. La Carmina has appeared on The Doctors and The Today Show, and co-hosted the Japan episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern for Travel Channel, which airs in 75 countries. NHK Japan filmed two documentaries about her work. Recent TV hosting and fixing credits include Food Network, National Geographic, Pro Sieben, Fuel, Science & Discovery Channel, Dutch Pepsi, Sony Australia, Canal Plus France, Norway TV (NRK), Mexico Tourism Board, and CNN. La Carmina hosts, writes, arranges and field produces her own travel video series filmed worldwide. Episodes include Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Hawaii, Hong Kong. She runs a TV fixing, arranging and consulting company (http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates) that specializes in shows about travel, subcultures and Asia. Speeches and appearances include: New York Fashion Week, Hong Kong Social Media Week, PRSA Travel & Tourism conference, Mediabistro NYC social media summit. La Carmina's blog. http://www.lacarmina.com/blog Info about her 3 books: http://www.lacarmina.com/books.php Her Japan TV fixer / producing company: http://www.lacarmina.com/pirates Her TV presenter reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d75XqWdi2v4

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        • Nightingwhale Dance


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          Sometimes, in a silent moment, at an abandoned place, in a magical moment, a scene speaks for itself. This is the moment of the largest fish on earth, the phantom we divers fish for, everywhere, all our life. Until we find him. And, if he wants, a graceful gift for a lifetime.

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          • Black Tip Shark


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            • Maldivasáurica 2012 (Mergulho no reef)


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              Maldivasáurica 2012 (Mergulho no reef)

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              • Tsunami Architecture / The Maldives Chapter Redux


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                The 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami was one of the worst natural catastrophes in history. While international attention has faded, post-tsunami challenges continue to have an impact on affected communities. In the winter of 2010/2011, Christoph Draeger and Heidrun Holzfeind took a three-month trip to the five countries most affected – Thailand, Aceh/Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Maldives and India – to investigate the current state of architecture built or reconstructed in the aftermath of the tsunami. "Tsunami Architecture" documents the long-term effects of the disaster through conversations with survivors, eyewitnesses, aid workers and rescue personnel. “The Maldives Chapter Redux” looks specifically at how the flood of aid money has transformed whole islands, rebuilt and refashioned local economies and shaped communities on three islands in the Maldives.

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                • Reef shark sighting at Ithaa Restaurant


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                  Cocktail hour at Ithaa Restaurant in Conrad Maldives.

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                  • I (bubblesº) Kudagiri


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                    This was our last dive aboard the Carpe Diem. We enjoyed enormously the wreck bursting with life everywhere and the diversity of creatures all around the thila. Our guide Ibey knew there was a Leaf Fish somewhere in this Thila and we were lucky enough to find it :) Kudagiri wreck and Thila, South Male, Maldives. Dive operator: Carpe Diem liveaboard. Footage: Marc and me.

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                    • THILAFUSHI GON'DUDHOH, waste final destination in Maldives


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                      This short documentary is a reportage shot in Maldives, thanks to the support of Bicocca University, Milan, and of CDE Consulting, Republic of Maldives. Our aim is to draw attention on the increasing problem of waste in this fragile and unique ecosystem. We’ve asked to experts, of Maldives and environment, to describe us the waste management, the actual methods used to contain the problem and the propositions to solve it in the impending future.

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