Videos tagged with "race"
Life in Nepal [07:38]
I hope you can get a slightly better picture of my life in Nepal this February! All credit for this video looking super spiffy goes to Tim Larson at timothylarson.theworldrace.org
Zip Flyer in Nepal [02:05]
Your adventure begins when you board your shuttle for the ride to the top the mountain. Your guide will narrate as you pass through the village of Sarangkot and then up the mountainside. Once on top you will take a short walk to the Butterfly Pavilion, an architectural marvel with breath-taking views of the Himalayan range. While you sip coffee and wait for your turn we assure your wait will be exciting. At 5400 feet above sea level you will sit into a special harness seat and await your launch. Two guests launch at once, and it is a race to the bottom! 5,4,3, 2, 1 and you're off, accelerating to 100 mph as you pass above the dense forest below. If your eyes are still open you will see sweeping views of majestic Machhapuchhre, the Annapurna range and the raging Seti River. Your ride concludes with a break-activated landing on the HighGround Triangle in the village of Hyangja. And guess what, there's more. The HighGround Triangle boasts of a full-fledged restaurant overlooking the gorge and local Tibetan refugee settlement nearby should you wish to get a taste of their culture.
Planet Voice [00:32]
Original land race plant in east Nepal
2012 Vision Trip to Nepal [06:02]
A brief sketch of a mission trip to Nepal. The Shining Star Community Church volunteer group went to a couple of cities in Nepal From Oct.22 - 31, 2012. We got abundantly blessed by God's grace and mercy. Thanks a lot for your prayer support and love in Jesus. For the kingdom, the power and the glory are His. Now and forever :)
A Trek in Nepal [04:05]
The Himalaya - Roof of the world. After setting down in Kathmandu and alighting from the big silver bird, we bussed to the Annapurna circuit. Our journey went counter clock wise. From terraced slopes to the Thorang Pass up into thin air at over 5400 meters. Through both Hindu and Buddhists cultures. We hauled our own gear on our own backs. Unlike some lazy rich bastards who hired porters to lug their crap, while traipsing around carrying only cameras. The musical accompaniment is Instinctive Traveler by Dissidenten. Created: 26 February 2007