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Here’s video 2/3 for the Kingsmen!
The Kingsmen are my faction in Weekend Warrior- an experiential live action event that will be filmed, documentary style, and challenge you in a new form of medieval-style outdoor adventure.
I’m joining forces with Skip Lipman and Ron Newcomb of the Forge Studios- they’re well known for the series, ‘The Rangers’, and also Zan Campbell of Fell and Fair, and together we’re creating this event.
For more, check out our Weekend Warrior Kickstarter, which has a few days to go!

CREDITS
CAST:
Alexandre Lemay
Camil Benoit
Émilie Vallée-Manseau
Gabrielle 'Biquette’ Bergeron
Genovefa Clerica
Jérémie Hrycak Leclaire
MarcC.
Peter de Bracebrigde
Samantha Swords

CREW:
Director of Photography/Editor: Simon Gilberg
Director/Producer//Production Management: Samantha Swords
Production Assistant: Ariane Lafrenière
On Set Photography: Bruno Gallant
On Set Photography Assistant: France Benoit
Props Department: Peter de BracebrigdeandGenovefa Clerica
Featured Props: Samantha Swords
Featured Costume: Genovefa Clerica
Storyboards: Samantha Swords
Drumming:Peter de Bracebrigde
Vocals: Samantha Swords

THANKS TO:
Conner Morgan
Ben Cummings
The Forge Studios
Fell & Fair
L'Auberge de Dragon Rouge
La Ville de Montréal
Ville de Québec
Hostel International Québec
VIA Rail
Marie Brisbois
Calimacil
Marie Bellerose of L'Atelier des Cache-Mis
Le Dogue du Montréal
La Baronnie de l'Île du Dragon Dormant
Charles of Syn Studio
Gaffer Tape
Zoe

ADDITIONAL THANKS:
Jason VandenBerghe
Lisa VandenBerge
Jaydee Ruiz

New Post has been published on https://www.alwayswanderlust.com/six-stunning-destinations-to-visit-where-its-not-crowded/

Six Stunning Destinations to Visit where it’s Not Crowded

One of the reasons why people travel is to relax and get away from the daily stresses of life. Unfortunately, visiting famous tourist destinations can be such a hassle and stressful sometimes due to the throngs of tourists.

Thankfully, there are many places in the world that are stunning, but without the crowds. Besides, social distancing shouldn’t be an issue in these places once we’re allowed to travel again.

Stunning Destinations to Visit:

1 – New Zealand

Given New Zealand’s massive land area and with only 4.5 million inhabitants, you do not have to go far to seek complete solitude. Most of the population is concentrated in Auckland and other major cities, leaving plenty of open spaces to explore in the country.

The best way to discover its stunning landscape scenery is to go on a road trip. You can start in Auckland and drive your way to the Bay of Islands or take the East Cape route for a more exciting adventure down the road.

2 – Indonesia

When going on a holiday in Indonesia, people will immediately think of Bali. But this world-famous island getaway is often filled with tourists. If you want to escape the crowd, then venture off-the-beaten-path on an exciting private Indonesian tour and get to see the things most of the regular tourists don’t.

Rent a motorbike and look for remote beaches and spots where you can enjoy some peace and quiet without the throngs of beachgoers. Book luxury accommodation at less-touristy areas on the island such as in Nusa Dua, Canggu, and Uluwatu.

View from Sachaca District, Arequipa Peru.

The Sachaca district is one of Arequipa’s district in Peru.

3 – Peru

While most travelers to Peru would visit the large Peruvian hubs like Arequipa, Lima, and Cusco, venturing to the less popular destinations can leave you pleasantly surprised.

For instance, the city of Tingo María is perfect for nature lovers wanting to go on a trek to the Amazon jungle. Dubbed the “Door of the Amazonia,” Tingo María summons travelers to explore its stunning caves and caverns. The nearby rainforest and mountain ranges are also perfect opportunities for nature discovery.

Vernazza is one of 5 villages that make up the Cinque Terre.

Vernazza is one of 5 villages that make up the Cinque Terre.

4 –Italy

Italy is often overcrowded with tourists, but you can always get off the usual tourist trail and explore less crowded places. When visiting the Amalfi Coast, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean summer holiday destinations, skip the busy Ravello and Positano. Head further along the coast to the mountains and remote beaches of Cilento.

It also makes a big difference what time of year you travel to Italy. For example, you’ll not only find the weather more palatable but visiting popular regions like Sicily in October over the summer months can help you escape the crowds. In Tuscany, trek the panoramic hill of Arezzo or explore the medieval hill town of Murlo. Rent a villa at the quiet village of Santa Fiora or stay at one of the charming stone houses in Montefioralle.

A cold morning in Moraine Lake. Banff National Park Canada.

A cold morning in Moraine Lake. Banff National Park Canada.

5 – Canada

Exploring the scenic natural beauty of Canada is something that most travelers would ever dream of doing. The Canadian Rockies in Alberta is the perfect place to visit when it comes to discovering impeccable scenery. Whether it’s the stunning blue waters of Lake Louise or the bighorn sheep of Jasper National Park, the Canadian Rockies are truly full of wonders. Just make sure to schedule your visit after the summer when there’s less crowd of tourists.

6 – Slovenia

When visiting Slovenia, most tourists would go to the famous sights of Ljubljana, Bled, and Postojna Cave. But if you want to venture off-the-beaten-path, check out the Hell Cave and Pokljuka Plateau instead.

Lake Cerknica is also one of the best-kept secrets of Slovenia. It’s an intermittent lake that’s fun to visit at any time of the year. The spring of Krupa in the town of Semič is also worth checking out. This small spring emerges from a 98 ft rock surrounded with a lush green forest.

Church of the Good Shepherd - New Zealand (by johnlsl) 

Church of the Good Shepherd - New Zealand (by johnlsl


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Multi leveled wood living space built on a sloping site with views of the bay at one side, located o

Multi leveled wood living space built on a sloping site with views of the bay at one side, located on an island at the Bay of Islands, New Zealand

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Had the opportunity to go to New Zealand recently!

Had the opportunity to go to New Zealand recently!


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j-k-i-ng: “Along night shores” by | Federico PentaLake Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand

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Along night shores” by | Federico Penta
LakeTekapo,SouthIsland,NewZealand

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blythe-ly:

I will make one (1) remark about Our Flag Means Death and it is this:

As a Pākehā New Zealander, as a linguistic anthropologist, as a long-time student of the colonial history of my country and the document of the Treaty of WaitangiIcannot stress enough how metatextually *chef’s kiss* the Act of Grace signing was.

That document looks exactly like the “educational” version of Te Tiriti that was on every good history teacher’s classroom wall when I was growing up.

Ed/Taika’s remark on the fonts of the document: “there’s big ones to lure you in, and then all these tiny ones here–

Fuck me that was AMAZING *applauds everyone*

I did not know this, how fabulous!

(2014)This is one I enjoyed a bit. While it was nominated for quite a few awards and even won some, I find a lot of people have still never heard of this film at all.

The troubled main character is legally put into the custody of her mother in a very dark and possibly haunted house. I have watched this a few times and it’s pretty well done. I can’t really say much without giving things away though.

I’d recommend it.

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Norman Reedus & Dylan McDermott | BTS footage of filming Ride with Norman Reedus | New Zealand

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Norman Reedus, Dylan McDermott andJosh BrolinfilmingRide with Norman Reedus in New Zealand

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Norman Reedus filmingRide with Norman Reedus in New Zealand

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