Posts Tagged ‘video’

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Take a Quick Trip to Paris

March 18, 2011

What are you doing for the next two minutes and seven seconds? Nothing? Perfect. Take a short trip to Paris, courtesy of Luke Shepard, a student at the American University of Paris.

Now you’re ready to start your weekend.

Bon voyage!
Lisa

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Only Two Weeks Left! Enter the Student Travel Video Contest

September 18, 2010

What’s so great (or terrible) about your life? Why do you need free tickets to fly or rail around Canada?

Tell your story in a video and you might win one of Travel CUTS’ prizes in their Travel Video contest. Tell your story from your dorm, your car, your crappy job, wherever you can get a few minutes to yourself to express just how much you need to get away.

To be eligible for this contest you must:
• be a legal resident of Canada (excluding the province of Quebec);
• be of the age of majority in his/her province or territory of residence or older at the time of entry;
• be the sole owner of all right, title and interest (including copyright) in the video

The contest ends September 30, 2010 so get your best phone camera out and start shooting!

See full rules and submit your video.

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Hostelling for Beginners: A Video

May 11, 2010

If you’re planning a trip and want to save money by staying in a hostel, but are maybe a little nervous about it, check out this video. Not all hostels are created equal, but this video will give you a good idea of what to expect from the experience.

Yes, hostels are about dancing.

Yes, hostels are about dancing.

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Could Your Travel Video Be Worth $500?

April 8, 2008

Maybe. That’s up to Lonely Planet. They’ve launched a LonelyPlanet.TV and are looking for contributors. If your video makes the cut (what a terrible editing pun), you could win $500.

Learn more at http://www.lonelyplanet.com/youtube/ and have a look at where other travelers have been. You might just discover a new destination to add to your travel wish list.