Videos tagged with "face"
Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai in TOUGH talk with Dil Bhusan Pathak [44:59]
If u talk much n do nothing you cannot tolerate the real questions its an example. A Real talk show ...in which Turns Nepali Pm's face into Red .
Asian Photography Adventures - tours and guides [05:33]
Asian Photography Adventures - tours and guides. Uploaded by asianphotoadventures on Mar 12, 2013. some of the faces,places, people and culture you will experience on a Asian Photography adventure or Dream Adventure tour. These shots are from India and Nepal including shots of Katmandu, Delhi, Pokhara and Annapurna. asian photoadventures.
Orphaned baby rhino [00:28]
Orphaned baby rhino in Chitwan village, Nepal. This rhino was rescued after being attacked by a tiger, you can see the marks on its face; the fate of the mother isn't known. Tourists are allowed visit the rhino, but it is strictly protected and people must keep their distance and not touch the animal. It will be released back into the jungle when large enough to defend itself.
natura si aventura - distrugerea ecosistemului forestier in muntii apuseni [24:43]
distrugerea fara precedent a ecosistemelor forestiere din romania reprezinta acum o certitudine.cu toate acestea jaful continua la scara nationala intr-o dusmanie deschisa cu mediul inconjurator, cu natura. dan pavaloiu face o tura prin parcul natural muntii apuseni impreuna cu adrian munteanu pentru a observa dimensiunile dezastrului. se face si o comparatie cu o arie protejata din alta parte a lumii si anume din nepal. e vorba de parcul natural citwan, una dintre ultimele zone de pe planeta unde tigrul traieste in libertate.
Trekking in Nepal: Lobuche - Gorak Shep - Dingboche with side trips to Kala Patthar and Chukung Ri. [05:52]
October 26 -- 28, 2012. Part Three of our trek in the Mt Everest Region of Nepal. Prior to this part of our trip, we made way over the passes Renjo La and Cho La, arriving in the Solu Khumbu at the village of Lobuche. From there, we left early in the morning to Gorak Shep, and then climbed the small peak of Kala Pathar (5550m; 18209ft) in the afternoon and were treated to stunning views of Pumori, Nuptse, and Mt Everest. (Note the picture of an avalanche-in-progress on Nuptse.) After spending the night at Gorak, we made our way down valley, turned left at Dughla, and made our way to Dingboche. Early the next day, we walked in fresh snow to the village of Chunkung, and then beyond to the slightly lower southern (5404m;17730ft) peak of the two summits of Chukung Ri. From this summit, one gets a view of the larger Chukung Tse (5833m), the immense south faces of Nuptse and Lhotse, and magnificent views of Makalu, Island Peak, Baruntse, Ama Dablam, and Tabuche.