‘Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown’ Launches Season Four with a Tour of Shanghai, Sept. 28

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New Season of Eight Episodes, Featuring Host’s First Trips to Iran and Paraguay, Will Be Preceded by Prime Cuts Show

Season four of the top-rated Emmy and Peabody award-winning CNN Original Series Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown, begins on Sunday, September 28 at 9pm ET/PT with a tour of Shanghai, China. Immediately following, CNN premieres This is Life with Lisa Ling at 10 pm ET/PT, as previously announced.

*In Season three, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown was the #1 program in cable news during its flight among P25-54 (402k).

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown follows the world-renowned chef, and bestselling author as he travels across the globe to uncover the little known, the off-the-road, and seemingly sometimes deceptively familiar, areas of the world in a celebration of its diverse food and culture. The series is produced by Zero Point Zero Production with executive producers Chris Collins, Lydia Tenaglia, Sandra Zweig, and Anthony Bourdain.


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Q&A: Andrew Ingo aka AndLey Rayy – Photographer


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I have decided to share some more on fellow Photographers in Namibia and one outstanding and young one is Andrew, raised in Ongwediva and now stretching forth to Windhoek, the young fellow now excels in Fashion & Wildlife Photography.

Not many come and remain in this competitive field of interest or lack off, but one thing is for sure out of the obvious many, Andrew is determined to stay.

Here’s a bit about Andrew to all the question filled enthusiasts. “A very big fan of life & tourism. I like to Dance (Alles mumwe) and Travelling, I am a go-getter and wherever I go, I stand my ground. I am 21 and a huge risk taker on life. I intend on making the most out of the life I am living, currently settling the comfort of the found self. Productivity always comes first” comments Andrew


  1. Why Photography? Because Photography is the best way to explore and see the wonders plus the beauty of nature. It opens your eyes wide up to see the unseen. 
  2. How do you keep your clients satisfied? Good & productive conversations during and after the shoot and I make bounty specials for them. Think of it as a cherry on the top.
  3. Who are your targets? The big shots in the media industry and upcoming talents are always worthy of a chance, I got mine too.
  4. Will you remain a Photographer? Yup, always! 
  5. Fun fact? I’m extremely goofy and entertaining. 
  6. Where will you want to Travel? Honestly, the whole world.
  7. What is your dream Camera? Canon 5D mark III
  8. A photographer you would like to work with onset? None yet.
  9. Who inspires you? The man above.
  10. Message to upcoming photographers? Free your mind, feel the environment and embrace your moment as you snap and  keep focus.



Andrews work can be found on his Facebook page, take a moment and check it out. or dial +264 81 4932682 – Enjoyed the post? Check in weekly for more. News and Rumors of the next Q&A out soon. 


Botswana – Kasane


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“Most Countries do not have much viral travel, particularly Botswana” random thought from a friend as we talk about the trip we just had to Kasane. I on the other hand have a different perspective.

When visiting a place like Kasane, right by the border.. You will need a few things checked on your checklist. Here’s one, Mosquito repellent and second, more Mosquito repellent.

We are good to go, if you are sleeping at a Lodge on the banks or just camping, the Hippos and the Elephants could be heard in a distance. Depending on what time you travel, most recommended time would be September down to October.

I got a chance to get on a Boat, for starters, an amazing one with a Braai facility, toilet and super speed. I think it is South African inspired. Hippos, Crocodiles, Bulls and thousands of kinds of Birds are the easiest to see also, did I mentioned we were attacked by Hippos? Awesomely put, our boat was just a little faster. I just said that a little faster because it was just as fast.

I remember beautiful Sunsets, Fishing in a Canoe and good food at the Lodge. If you are going down to Botswana and not sure how to spend two or three more days, than I can safely advise that you check it out. I did not spend a penny on this one, a friend of a friend took me ☺

Here are some of the images I managed to take.

Star Trek – Huge Fan


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For Starters, I am back online now and blogging as well. My post will be Travel inspired as well but as for now; sharing interesting facts about one of the most coolest phrases from my favorite movie is in order.

The “Shinn” sign in Hebrew.. Explained! Huge credit to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_salute that being said, I do not own the texts that follow.


Vulcan salute

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Vulcan salute is a hand gesture consisting of a raised hand, palm forward with the fingers parted between the middle and ring finger, and the thumb extended. Often, the famous phrase “live long and prosper” is said after it. The salute was devised and popularised by Leonard Nimoy, who portrayed the half-Vulcan character Mr. Spock on the original Star Trek television series in the late 1960s.


The Vulcan salute first appeared in 1967 on the Star Trek second season opening episode, “Amok Time”. The gesture famously has a reputation for being difficult for some people to make without practice or the covert pre-positioning of the fingers, and actors on the original show reportedly had to position their fingers off-screen with the other hand before raising their hand into frame. This reputation may stem from variations in individuals’ manual dexterity. This reputation is parodied somewhat in the motion picture Star Trek: First Contact when Zefram Cochrane, upon meeting a Vulcan for the first time in human history, is unable to return the Vulcan salute gesture and instead shakes the Vulcan’s hand.

In his autobiography I Am Not Spock, Nimoy wrote that he based it on the Priestly Blessing performed by Jewish Kohanim with both hands, thumb to thumb in this same position, representing the Hebrew letter Shin (ש), which has three upward strokes similar to the position of the thumb and fingers in the salute. The letter Shin here stands for El Shaddai, meaning “Almighty (God)”. Nimoy wrote that when he was a child, his grandfather took him to an Orthodox synagogue. There he saw the blessing performed and

was very impressed by it.[1]

The accompanying spoken blessing, “live long and prosper”, (“dif tor heh smusma” in the Vulcan language as spoken in Star Trek: The Motion Picture) also appeared for the first time in “Amok

Time”, scripted by Theodore Sturgeon.[2] The less-known reply is

“peace and long life”, though it is sometimes said first, with “live long and prosper” as the reply. This format is similar to common Middle Eastern greetings (Salaam

alaykum in Arabic and Shalom aleikhem in Hebrew), meaning “peace be upon you”, and its reply, “upon you be peace”. An even more ancient variation can be found with the Ancient Egyptians: the blessing

ankh wedja seneb“, usually translated as “may he live, be prosperous, be healthy.”[3] William http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_salute1/34/4/2014Vulcan salute – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet contains the line, “Live and be prosperous: and farewell good fellow.”[4] [5] The phrase ‘live long’ first appeared in print in 1957 in Eric Frank Russell’s science fiction classic

‘Wasp’ where it was used both as a greeting and as a farewell by Earth’s deadly enemies, the Sirians.


Quotes Pt. 1


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A list of quotes that I find appealing on the Internet from a few wanderlust enthusiasts. I made sure I indicated who said the quotes as well. Let me know what you guys think and which other quotes you fancy when it comes to travel.

1. “For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis Stevenson

2. “To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” – Aldous Huxley

3. “Travel, in the younger sort, is a part of education; in the elder, a part of experience.” – Francis Bacon

4. “Travel teaches toleration.” – Benjamin Disraeli

5. “The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine

6. “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust

7. “A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.” – Lao Tzu

8. “Experience, travel – these are as education in themselves” – Euripides

9. “I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” – Rosalia de Castro

10. “Wandering re-establishes the original harmony which once existed between man and the universe. ” – Anatole France

I have more quotes to share, I will carry on with this in the next few months, the idea is too see if we could archive 500 of the greatest quotes of all time. Travel inspired that is.

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Fearless Travel


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Fearless Travel

Surfing the Internet continues to grow the anxiety that I hold dear, so reading on Matador I stumble upon an article (Click on image to see website) written by a fearless adventurer. He has seen places and blogged about it, the photos are amazing and his free eBook included is awe-inspiring.

If you would like to travel one day and you are not sure where to begin, check this website out for useful information.