Search results “Travels in west africa” for the 2008
asaph travels in west africa
an adaptable nearly eight month old crosses 7 borders in 2 weeks and still smiles
Views: 1707 abrohaugh
Birds & Music & Travels- Journal (West Africa)
http://jspinwestafrica.blogspot.com/ http://sambalivesinafrica.blogspot.com/ From my personal travel journals on the river in West Africa with The Samba Cole Project- a boys life in West Africa
Views: 145 Joel Samuel
Travels By Water In West Africa - Circa 1990
Joel Samuel practices on his twelves string guitar and then add some visuals from West Africa- Hope you enjoy it? Graham Nash wrote this obscure song, but I I love the song and it's one of my favorites. To read more of my life in West Africa, please visit my blog: http://jspinwestafrica.blogspot.com/
Views: 240 BS Cactus
Journeys with a West African Boy  Circa - 1997
http://jspinwestafrica.blogspot.com/ http://sambalivesinafrica.blogspot.com/ More video from my documentary the Samba Project and travels through West Africa- Thank you for everyone who enjoyed indigo child and Samba Lives in Africa. Welcome to my show! joelsamuelpresents http://sambalivesinafrica.blogspot.com/
Views: 687 Joel Samuel
Visions of West Africa - Circa 1996
More from my journals and videos and my travels To read more of my life in West Africa, please visit my blog: http://jspinwestafrica.blogspot.com/
Views: 211 BS Cactus
Huaiming's COS Trip
A Slideshow of my travels in West Africa after my Peace Corps service in Togo/Guinea
Views: 129 elginsun
Africa travels
Landscapes and people of Southern, West and Central Africa Photography by Paul Baker
Views: 701 FashionPhotography
The Mali Discovery of America
In this movie we discuss the discovery of America by Emperor Abubakari of the ancient West African empire of Mali in the early 1300's. Find out more about Blacks in Asia by purchasing the book African Empires in Ancient America, by Dr. Clyde Winters Createspace e-Store https://www.createspace.com/4231048 And Atlantis in Mexico, also by Dr. Clyde Winters . You can order the book at Createspace e-Store https://www.createspace.com/4246750
Views: 11795 Clyde Winters
Benin - Ouidah
La Maison de la Joie a Ouidah is a charity family for childreen. It's a beauty adresse for responsible travels in Benin http://www.webalice.it/flavio.nadiani
Views: 202 ouidah62
Images of Africa: A local Market
SUBSCRIBE at https://www.youtube.com/SolomonSeries SUBSCRIBE at https://www.facebook.com/thebraincan Get our Newsletter and FREE downloads at https://thebraincan.com/ Images of Africa: A local Market, This little village in Ghana, West Africa has the character and interest similar to Accra and Tema. Wonderful people in Ghana. #Africa #motherland #motherland #modernAfrica #Africantourism #westafrica #westafricantourism #CoireDeVoire #IvoryCoast
Views: 333 SolomonSeries
West African Village
SUBSCRIBE at https://www.youtube.com/SolomonSeries SUBSCRIBE at https://www.facebook.com/thebraincan Get our Newsletter and FREE downloads at https://thebraincan.com/ West African Village. Is this a ghetto? A good place to raise a child? It could be. Elvis sings a famous song. As the world turns. #Africa #motherland #motherland #modernAfrica #Africantourism #westafrica #westafricantourism #CoireDeVoire #IvoryCoast
Views: 404 SolomonSeries
Pictures and videos of dad traveling through Africa.
Views: 194 kglavin
Haitian visiting west Africa
Haitian visiting west Africa
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West African News
story about rise in prostitution in Burkina Faso
Views: 542 RicciShryock
early filming attempts newcastle
Me and my mate Boris on a trip to Newcastle. Im getting to grips with my new toy which I hope to use to document my travels to west Africa
Views: 23 lemessss
Kumuka 1993 -- Efe Pygmy Visit, Zaire (D.R. Congo) Pt. 3 /5
This is a video document, 49 minutes in total length, of the interaction between Western adventure travelers and one of the oldest human societies in central Africa. In June 1993, a group of tourists (American, Australian, British, Canadian, French) on a commercial overland trek (Kumuka Trans-Africa) visited an Efe pygmy camp named "Bandikoda", on the Laya River, in the eastern Ituri forest. This camp was situated a short pirogue ride downriver from the village of Ngeleza, about halfway between Bunia and Beni, in what was then the Haut-Zaire region of Zaire, now Orientale province of the Democratic Republic of Congo (ca. 1° 16' N, 29° 42' W). On some maps, this river is named "Lowje" or "Loya River", but it is not the "Loya River" in the MSN Encarta World Atlas - that river is situated two degrees further west in the Ituri. Our guides were Lese villagers, non-Pygmy agriculturalists who exchange their rice, tobacco, manioc and some manufactured articles for meat and honey obtained by the Efe hunters and foragers. The Efe and Lese communicate in mutually intelligible dialects of the KiLese language. The Efe at Bandikoda had become habituated to visits by "mazungus" (foreign tourists, white people), and they graciously permitted five of us to pitch our tents and spend the entire day and night in their midst. The Efe welcomed us with forty-five minutes of singing and dancing, accompanied by drums and honey whistles. There followed some bartering for souvenirs, including the "likembe" thumb piano, the five-stringed "zoma" harp, pounded bark loincloths, and the "asuba" monkey-skin wristband worn by hunters -- the sound of the bowstring snapping against it alerts other hunters in the vicinity. Some travelers then had designs drawn on their hands and faces by the Efe women -- these took several weeks to rub off! In the afternoon, we joined the males on a hunt through the forest; singing as they went, they triangulated their prey with hunting dogs who wear resonant wooden boxes. The men cover their skins with the yellow powder from a tree before returning to camp. In the evening, we cooked a meal of spaghetti and shared it with our inquisitive hosts. Further reading - Grinker, Roy Richard (1994). Houses in the rain forest: ethnicity and inequality among farmers and foragers in Central Africa, Berkeley: University of California Press. [on the relationship between the Lese and Efe] Wheeler, William F. (2000). Efe pygmies: archers of the African rain forest. New York : Rizzoli. [large format photographs of the Efe on Nduye River, north of Epulu]
Views: 23922 badpuppybaaadpuppy
African Travel (Africa Day Part 3)
Africa Day in South Africa Music and Bands
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The start of our 'around the World' motorcycle journey.
A small montage of clips from our motorcycle travels through North Africa and even a few at the end from South America.
Views: 7097 2ridetheworld
Beauty of La Casamance, Senegal (Peace Through Travel)
Beauty of La Casamance, Senegal is Peace Through Travel's view of the irresistible people and places of this southern region of the West African nation of Senegal.
Views: 8315 lrivero08
asaph enjoys a morning on kamarakunda
a cheerful nearly four month old enjoys interacting with friends at his home in africa.
Views: 245 abrohaugh
Djembe Solo - Daniel VS Booba travels in Africa
Daniel of Toronto, the adventurer faces off on djembe against Boubacar Keita, hunter and musician of Djoliba. Who wins??? You decide. **Super plays the dundun Daniel de Toronto, notre voyageur fait solo du djembe contre Boubacar Keita, chasseur et musicien de Djoliba. Qui gagne? A toi de decider **Super plays the dundun
Views: 1678 aboubacarsidibe
ghana travel
my travels in ghana
Views: 1882 veeno999
Masa (Cameroon)
Now, this is the Africa that really matters. I love this clip, the music, the dancing... Everything about it is REAL. Does anybody know more about this music? Because I want more.
Views: 5877 AboubacarSiddikh
African Gorillas In Peril
CNN's Anderson Cooper travels to an African jungle and reports on the endangered mountain gorilla species, as they have been subject to slaughter and oppression at the hands of humans.
Views: 3715 CBS
Moving to Africa Part 2
Interview with Susan Woods and Brenda Duerksen
Namibia Safari Part 1 - www.AfricanSafaris.travel
Namibia Safari Video (Part 1) Presented by African Safaris and Travel Namibia, a dreamscape, of windswept swirling dunes, isolated, isolated, inhospitable, diverse, vibrant and alive. Deserts, seascapes, and boundlessness. Namibia holds a rare set of rewards for adventurous spirits.
Views: 1091 Terri New
M.I.A in Liberia!
Sri Lankan pop star MIA travels with Kimmie Weeks to West Africa.
Views: 14996 Kimmie Weeks
Bustling street market in Sierra Leone
Traveling in a bus crawling amid a crowded, early-morning street market that sweeps across the pavement and spills onto the road amid the slow traffic out of town on the road in Freetown, capital of Sierra Leone in West Africa. Travels in Sierra Leone - 2007.
Views: 27634 THE CANDY TRAIL
Lunch in a West African village
Here is a glimpse of daily life in Taga, a village south of Bobo-Dioulasso near Toussiana in Burkina Faso. It seems isolated. It has no electricity. Cooking is on charcoal. Water is carried from a well. But it has a connection with the wider world; the highway to Abidjan passes through Taga. And in this video, you will hear popular music on a portable radio.
Views: 18279 spectaclemedia
The Typical Way to Travel in Africa, BUMPY(tro-tro in Ghana)
volunteering in Ghana xox
Views: 251 princesslollz
Slavery in Africa -- 2008
Radafilm travels to `africa to interview slaves in 2006. It was tough going
Views: 7181 Radafilm
By Tro-Tro in El Mina
Travelling the cheapest way. El Mina, is a town in the Central Region, situated on a south-facing bay on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Ghana, about 12 km west of Cape Coast. The first European settlement in West Africa, it now has a population of around 20,000 people. With this video you will pass down the Castle to the fisher village. Tro Tro is a crowded, but efficient and inexpensive, minibus used for short and middle distance travels. What is a tro tro by real? Any vehicle that is neither bus nor taxi.
Views: 1381 Sergio Berio
African Travels
Halim El-Dabh describes his travels in Africa, a journey in sound and culture through the villages of Egypt. Senegal, Ghana, Ethiopia and across the African continent. Credits: E-Inside Video Magazine of Kent State University, Centennial Edition Students from Halim El-Dabh's class "African Cultural Expressions" at Pan Africa Studies, Kent State University. Technical assistance by Fred Pierre.
Views: 2478 Halim Eldabh
Kenya Travel Doc - Part 01
The Republic of Kenya is a country in East Africa. It is bordered by Ethiopia to the north, Somalia to the northeast, Tanzania to the south, Uganda to the west, and Sudan to the northwest, with the Indian Ocean running along the southeast border. The country is named after Mount Kenya, a very significant landmark and the second highest mountain in Africa, and both were originally usually pronounced in English although the native pronunciation and the one intended by the original transcription Kenia was [ˈkenia]. During the presidency of Jomo Kenyatta in the 1960s, the current pronunciation [ˈkɛnjə] became widespread in English too because his name was pronounced according to the original native pronunciation. Before 1920, the area now known as Kenya was known as the British East Africa Protectorate and so there was no need to mention mount when referring to the mountain. Power Sports BroadbandTV Kenya bbtv broadbandtv kenya portuguese music nairobi africa kenyan swahili arab tanzania uganda sudan somalia mountains nairobi mwai kibaki raila odinga great mosque gedi nilots kush darfur luo kalenjin turkana maasai acoli lwo buganda toro lake victoira wilaya mombasa nakuru kisumu eldoret nyeri machakos meru nairobi national park safari tsavo east national park muslim
Views: 7938 BroadbandTVTravel
Holocaust Dungeons of West Africa
This is a collection of personal pics depicting the dreary and emotional "castles" where millions of our Ancestors departed for a life of torment. They call these places castles but I call them dungeons. Watch and you be the judge.
Views: 803 efua25
Africa Uncovered - Shifting sands - 25 Aug 08 - Part 1
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Africa Uncovered travels to the Sahara desert in Niger to investigate the battle of ethnic Tuaregs - who have maintained their nomadic existence for thousands of years - against the goverment of Niger and the increasingly harsh environment they live in. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
Views: 97938 Al Jazeera English
Kapok Tree
A tree of Mexico, Caribbean, West Africa, and Central and South America that can grow to over 60m(200ft). Presented by David Attenborough. Taken from The Living Planet.
Views: 25718 bobosmokey
Time, Time Travel, & Voodoo Part 5
Author, storyteller, & ordained Anglican priest Lionel Fanthorpe shared mysteries of time and time travel, and also discussed the practices of Voodoo and Santeria. Time is not completely understood, but gravity may be the link that unlocks its secrets, he said. With upcoming discoveries at CERN, 2008 could become the "year zero" for time travelers in the future to return to this date, he added. He shared cases of time anomalies and strong déjà vu experiences, such as when an American, Mrs. Turner, first arrived in England with her British fiancé. They went to see their new home, an English manor, and as they arrived she knew every detail of the location in advance of seeing it. The butler declared "you are the lady that haunts this house." Fanthorpe speculated that Mrs. Turner astrally traveled overseas to the manor, before she physically went there. He also spoke about anachronistic artifacts such as modern shoes and spark plugs turning up in stone strata that are thousands or even millions of years old. Could this be evidence for time travelers?, he pondered. The mystery religions of Voodoo and Santeria originated in Africa, and share some traits from the Egyptian belief system, he noted. Spells and talisman act as focal points for faith or belief, which effect change in the mind/body, Fanthorpe explained. He suggested the Voodoo practice of creating zombies is brought about by drugs and/or hypnotism, and described the case of a girl who died in 1907, only to return again in 1937 in zombie form.
Views: 2017 TheSpyronsConcept
Camilla Gribble - More Barbershop (Africa)
Here's another 10 year old recording Camilla did at highschool. The pictures are of some of our recent travels around Africa.
Views: 1589 Bryan Tucker
A Model Woman
A West African athlete warns her nationwide sisters of sexual harassment and prostitution.
Views: 578 globalcomm1
asaph goes to guinea-bissau
a hardy four month old takes a trip with his parents to a neighboring country in west africa to celebrate easter
Views: 224 abrohaugh
Senegal Travel Doc  Part 07
Senegal, officially the Republic of Senegal, is a country south of the Sénégal River in western Africa. Senegal is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Mauritania to the north, Mali to the east, and Guinea and Guinea-Bissau to the south. The Gambia lies almost entirely within Senegal, surrounded on the north, east and south; from its western coast, Gambia's territory follows the Gambia River more than 300 kilometres (186 miles) inland. Dakar is the capital city of Senegal, located on the Cape Verde Peninsula on the country's Atlantic coast. bbtv broadbandtv powersports powerdocs senegal africa peninsula cities city world nature travel tour tourism history ancient discovery destination landmark culture civilization building structure background adventure
Views: 2288 BroadbandTVTravel
Women's Travels for Peace: Senegal—November 08
Women's Travels for Peace: Senegal, November 2008: Peace Through Travel's life-changing volunteer travel experience for women in the Casamance of Senegal in November 2008 at www.womenstravelsforpeace.net. Music provided by Marcomé at www.Marcome.com.
Views: 1704 lrivero08
Horizons Unlimited-Motorcycle Adventure Travel Guide series-Intro
The Achievable Dream -The Motorcycle Adventure Travel Guide See the world on two wheels! Have you been dreaming of a motorcycle trip to distant climes? Heading to the markets of Marrakech, tackling the Karakoram Highway or cruising the Pan American to Tierra del Fuego? But you have questions: Will I be safe? How much will it cost? Where and when should I go? What about the paperwork? How do I handle bad roads? And how can I meet riders in other countries? Grant and Susan Johnson, 11 years Round The World veterans and founders of Horizons Unlimited, the worldwide #1 website for motorcycle adventure travel, bring you The Achievable Dream - the most comprehensive, definitive guide on DVD for planning your motorcycle adventure. Answering these and many more questions are legendary travellers like Peter and Kay Forwood (190+ countries on a Harley), Ted Simon (author Jupiter's Travels), Gregory Frazier (5 x RTW), Sam Manicom (author Into Africa), Lois Pryce (author Red Tape & White Knuckles), Chris and Erin Ratay (Guinness record holders for RTW travel), Austin Vince (director of Discovery TVs Mondo Enduro). Also, we have interviewed over 100 other inspiring travellers at our live events in the UK, USA, Canada, Germany and Spain to get their stories, tips and hard-earned knowledge on trips to nearly every country on earth. Be warned, viewing this DVD may be a life-changing experience! Available now at www.HorizonsUnlimited.com/store/dream
Views: 69267 Horizons Unlimited
Bush meat market and baby gorilla victims - Apes in Danger - BBC wildlife
Want more natural history and wildlife videos? Visit the official BBC Earth channel: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthWW BBC Earth The BBC Earth YouTube channel is home to over 50 years-worth of the best animal videos from the BBC archive. With three new videos released every week there’s something for all nature loves from astounding animal behaviour to beautiful imagery. Click here to find our more: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthWW Contains images some viewers may find disturbing. BBC wildlife documentary 'Apes in Danger' travels to Africa to see the effects of the illegal bush meat trade and viscious poachers snares at first hand.
Views: 92888 BBC Studios
Women's Travels for Peace:Senegal-Nov08-Peace Through Travel
Women's Travels for Peace—Senegal, November 2008 is Peace Through Travel's voluntourism opportunity for women to help women in Senegal, November 2008.
Views: 217 lrivero08
Oumar Sagna from Casamance, Senegal (West Africa) performs his Diola (jola) tribe music with his band Sindoolaa. Naaniin protrays the dance done during the initiation of young men into adulthood.
Views: 642 Oumar Sagna
Other Worlds:  Gift Economy (Dama)
An overview of the gift economy in West Africa, which is keeping cultural traditions alive and prioritzing people in the face of profit-propelled economic globalization.
Views: 2542 Andy Lin
Travelling Trav - African Trip - Part 7 (Zambia, Zimbabwe)
http://african-advocate.blogspot.com/2007/10/mugabe-sux.html Drunken parties on the Zambezi River, Bungy jumping at Vic Falls. http://www.travisyates.com.au
Views: 1305 chickenhouse