Bukit Sapat Hawung – Expedition in to the Heart of Borneo (English & HD)

This year we are joined by old friends and new friends. We just visited pak Sarif Udin’s house, because last year he lead the porters. We hope he will join again to help with coordination. We’re about to leave the village of Kelasin with a large team and lots of logistics. We will be travelling up the Tampahu River and

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How To Crash Paris Fashion Week

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Experience Greenland – The Coolest Travel Destination in the World

Experience Greenland – The Coolest Travel Destination in the World

Welcome to Greenland. We’re here on the Greenland Explorer withQuark Expeditions and we’re joined by the Expedition Leader, Alex McNeil. Can you just run us through what maybe 24 hours might be like on the ship here? An average day for me would probably be waking up around 5 O’clock, and heading to the bridge looking at local conditions, ice

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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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#4 Mud, Mayhem And Motorcycle Muscle | Ride n’ Seek: Borneo (S2) | History

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Russia’s Little Green Men Enter Ukraine: Russian Roulette in Ukraine

So we’re outside a Ukrainian military base here in Crimea, but the soldiers over here are Russian They’re from the basin Sevastopol the Russian naval base And they showed up here early this morning tried to get into the base But the Ukrainian soldiers here told them that if they did they would fire back So there’s been quite a

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The Giants of Iceland

Iceland. Its very name suggests a kind of strength. Something about its viking history, its inhospitable climate, and massive geothermal power has given the country an almost unparallel reputation in the world’s strongest man competition. It might have a population of just 300,000 people, but amongst those are some of the strongest that have ever lived. This small, black, volcanic

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USS Carl Vinson sailed away from, not to, Korean Peninsula

The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, which was supposedly headed to the Korean peninsula, has actually been seen sailing in the opposite direction. Senior defense officials have blamed a communication mishap between the Pentagon and the White House, regarding the incorrect statement that the carrier was sailing toward the East Sea. Yu Joonhee reports. Photos released by the U.S. Navy

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Prostitutes of God (Documentary)

Prostitutes of God (Documentary)

[MUSIC PLAYING] SARAH HARRIS: The first thing that strikes you when you come to India is a sense of extreme contrasts. While some people are still shitting off the side of railway lines and eating from banana leaves, other people are drinking Frappuccinos and wearing Gucci sunglasses. Along with this feeling of progress and moving forward, there’s still this undercurrent

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