We Are What We Eat: Borneo | Nat Geo Live

We Are What We Eat: Borneo | Nat Geo Live

I went to look at the oceanic diet people that live off the ocean. And for thisI ended up going to Borneo.Borneo is split into three countriesBrunei, Indonesia, Malaysia. I went to the Malaysian part.This part here in Bodgaya Island.So, I went and met with the Bajau.About one million Bajausplit over all these countries I mentioned.And they really liveoff what

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Sailing in the British Virgin Islands – Leg 4 – May 2012

Go Desi, show us the “V”! We are risking the collision with that catamaran. The catamaran should avoid hitting us! Show us the “V” on the tell-tales. There it is! Great! Shouldn’t we tack? Desi calls the tack. Bo, so the next time are coming again with us or on a motor boat? Next time car. A 4WD. Or a

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Sailing in the British Virgin Islands – Leg 5 – May 2012

Sailing in the British Virgin Islands – Leg 5 – May 2012

Hi kinky! Where have we been yesterday? How did you call me? Kinky. You know where I put you? Up on the mast! So, we are going here for the night. Dead man bay. Here there is a marina if we want. Ah, the bay of the dead man. Yeah! I would stop here for snorkeling, as it is recommended.

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Picnic Island Tampa S01E02 – Outdoors in the Sunshine State

Picnic Island Tampa S01E02 – Outdoors in the Sunshine State

Welcome to Picnic Island Park Picnic Island is such a beautiful place I love Tampa beautiful day

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A quick tour and bike ride around Taalintehdas Dalsbruk, Finland Archipelago travel video

A quick tour and bike ride around Taalintehdas Dalsbruk, Finland Archipelago travel video

While we’ve been exploring the archipelago region for the past week we’ve actually been staying in this town. It has two names – the Swedish name is Dalsbruk and then the Finnish name is Taalintehdas. Most of the residents in this small community are Swedish native speakers and they also speak Finnish fluently. Some of the oldest ruins in town

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China denies Vietnamese fishing boats shelter on Paracel Islands.

China denies Vietnamese fishing boats shelter on Paracel Islands.

China denies Vietnamese fishing boats shelter on Paracel Islands. The islands are traditional fishing grounds for Vietnamese fishermen. China have refused to allow six Vietnamese fishing boats to anchor near a reef in the Paracel archipelago in the South China Sea (which Vietnam calls the East Sea) while they were trying to find shelter from extreme weather, media reports said

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