VIA Rail Canada Train Journeys & Vacations – Part Four: The Canadian (Toronto to Vancouver)
VIA Rail Canada Train Journeys: PART FOUR ‘The Candian’ The final part of our journey continues with our trip on the Canadian, showing you in detail the rooms and cars available on any Canadian train journey before our concluding our trip at Pacific Central Station in Vancouver. We had an incredible time and thank VIA Rail greatly for asking us to take on such an exciting production challenge. I hope you like what you’ve seen and please do feel free if you’d like any further information regarding our trip or our company. All the best, Joe …………………………………. …………………………………. ………….. The brief for our films was to show the UK sales teams & customers what it is really like to travel with Via Rail, so the customers know exactly what they see is what they get, unlike misleading big budget ‘polished’ promotional videos. This ‘real experience’ approach was exactly what VIA Rail Canada were after. Since completing this film VIA have not only distributed to sales teams and customers throughout the UK but across the world, including South America, Australia, Europe and Canada! Written, Directed, Presented & Edited by Joe Jamieson Co-Presented by Max Holdstock Produced by Lee George With Music Written, Performed & Recorded by Jon Mills Special Thanks to VIA Rail Canada
The Atacama Desert is situated in South America in the north of Chile and, at its centre, is the most arid region on Earth with salt water lakes, desert mountain areas and endless fields of sand dunes and stone in which the forces of nature have formed an extraordinary landscape. The Atacama extends between the Pacific Ocean and the Cordilleras. An area of stone and sand that is perforated only by various frequently dried out salt lakes. Salar De Atacama contains several water basins that become flooded with the waters of the Rio San Pedro that has a high mineral content. The largest and most accessible lagoon is that of the Lago Chaxa. It is inhabited by wildlife that is able to obtain its nourishment from salt water. The Valle De La Luna is particularly impressive and in primeval times was a lake whose bed was elevated and developed due to tectonic activity. When the setting sun throws its shadows onto the landscape, the play of colour is quite remarkable and the Atacama Desert is transformed once again into a land of enchantment and mystique.
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