• 3:48

    Join Rudy on his visit to the coastal city of Antalya and peruse the city’s historic bazaar. The ancient city of Perge was believed to have been founded by Greek heroes returning from war, and Aspendos is one of the most well-preserved theaters from ancient times.

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  • Jaipur, India with Rudy Maxa
    4:52

    Rudy’s first stop in Rajasthan is its capital city of Jaipur (The Pink City), the gem-cutting epicenter of the world. The winter wedding season is a festive part of the year, as you will see, and Gulabi Sapera exhibits one of many examples of why dance is such a big part of Indian culture.

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  • Jodhpur, India with Rudy Maxa
    3:15

    Within the Thar Desert is the city of Jodhpur (The Blue City), which, as Rudy states, “feels remote and mysterious.” Here you will find endless spices, colorful textiles, and antiques such as those found in the spacious Artisans Jodhpur AJV Exports warehouse.

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  • 4:11

    Learn why Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh commissioned the building of the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds). The City Palace of Jaipur (aka Mubarak Mahal) is incredibly vibrant and colorful, and it still serves as a royal residence, while the Rambagh Palace Hotel, as Rudy states, is more than a hotel, it is an experience.

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  • Pushkar, India with Rudy Maxa
    3:54

    Familiarize yourself with the Hindu God Ganesh, as well as with India’s Railways, one of the largest employers in the world. Bordering the Thar Desert is the town of Pushkar, and sacred Pushkar Lake, a lake that is indelibly linked to nearby Brahma Temple.

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  • 3:14

    Rudyard Kipling described Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort as “the work of angels, fairies, and giants… Built by titans, and colored by the morning sun.” The Maharaja’s Umaid Bhawan Palace is now a five-star palace hotel that accommodates travelers from all over the world.

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  • 2:04

    Venture outside of town and meet members of the Adivasi Tribe whose main occupation, as is the case with 94% of all villagers, is agriculture.

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  • 1:24

    A fun way to explore some of the ancient Greek and Roman ruins that exist in Turkey is by boat. Take a Blue Cruise, and explore the ancient city of Knidos, a city dedicated to the God of Love, Aphrodite.

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  • 3:42

    Bodrum is a highly popular tourist spot. Bodrum Castle greets you at the bay, and the waterfront promenade is lively at night. Also, join Rudy aboard a gulet and sail into the Mediterranean Sea, learn about one of the oldest shipwrecks in the world, the Uluburun wreck, and, see what countless dives to the wreck…

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