Videos tagged with "mom"
From Kalinchok Temple, Dolakha, Nepal [00:47]
A wonderful view of the beautiful Mt.Gauri Shankar and Mt.Ganesh and its mountain range from Kalinchok temple, located at Dolakkha District, Nepal. This was a lifetime experience and a unforgettable moment.
Bungee Jumping at BhoteKoshi River, Nepal (The Last Resort) [01:56]
the best moment is the Freefall experience....hardest part is climbing up the hill for 45 mins after the jump...enjoy
Hira Malla Walks in Fields of Gold [05:02]
Hira Malla, our trekking guide from Pokhara, Nepal, had her birthday recently and we made this short video to celebrate the occasion. Hira, and her family, are some of the best people we have ever met in our worldwide travels. They bring a sense of relaxed joy to every get together, much like a magic elixir for us :) As a single mom, with two young children under her wing ... Hira had to reinvent herself, to earn some money. She became a trekking guide! Her parents are so proud of her .... now she is a guide! Bravo Hira .... this video of appreciation - is for you!
Magic Chalis from Nepal at MoMR Dec 23 2011.wmv [07:50]
MoMR = Museum of Modern Renaissance is in Somerville, Massachusetts. It was founded by Katia & Kolia in 2002.
World's audacious trekking land Nepal-Documentary [16:14]
The foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. One of the days I was there, we took a day trek to Amayangri Stupa (Amayangri means "the top,") an ancient site dedicated to contemplation and reflection, marked by a modest configuration of stones and tattered prayer flags. This was the highest elevation possible given that I was not a climber and to go any further requires equipment and training. Its six hour hike being quite a challenge. A combination of thinning air and rigorous physical exertion brought on a strange sort of delirium. Memories, pent emotions and unusual trains of philological thought swirled in my head with an intensity that verged on panic at times. When we finally made it to the revered spot, I felt some considerable disappointment because the sky was completely overcast and visibility was next to nothing. After all the effort to get there I was hoping for a majestic view. Instead, we stood as though in the middle of a cloud with the surroundings completely whited out. After I had accepted that perhaps I would be denied the coveted post-card shot and took in the fact that I was actually standing in the middle of a cloud, I noticed my mind was no longer swirling. In fact, I started to feel downright serene. At about what seemed the same moment, there was a sudden and brief break in the white curtain that enveloped the stupa and the expansive beauty of nature peaked through. As I witnessed the sky gently peel open, I felt my mind spread out in all directions ...