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This mountain bike tour in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan takes you off the grid and into the heart of the spectacular Tien Shan mountains. There are 1300 m descents after being dropped off by a helicopter, dirt roads running alongside roaring rivers and nights camping in a tent under the stars. This all makes for a true adventure for those that want a unique biking experience with spectacular high mountain scenery. http://www.spiceroads.com/tours/biking_kazakhstan Stretch after cycling to improve your cycling performance and prevent injuries. Guide Bottle shows you how it is done. Make sure you follow every single move! Performer: Guide Bottle About SpiceRoads: SpiceRoads Cycle Tours believes seeing the world by bicycle is the best way to travel! We started leading bicycle tours back ...
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Discover the fabulous landscapes coming straight out of Western movies, Hyundi's open heart transplantation and our time trial to cross 4300 kilometers of steppe in 8 days before our visa's expiration. Thanks to Roderick Polak circumbendibus.org and Charlotte & Frederik silkroad-marriage.de for sharing their drone shots ! Découvrez les paysages fabuleux sortis tout droit de films Western, la transplantation à cœur ouvert de Hyundi ainsi que notre course contre la montre pour traverser 4300 kilomètres de steppe en 8 jours avant l'expiration de notre visa. Merci à Roderick Polak circumbendibus.org ainsi que Charlotte & Frederik silkroad-marriage.de pour les images du drone ! More videos on www.celinetes.tk
In today's society access to electricity has become a key to development and a comfortable life-style. There are however areas of the world where there is no access to a public grid. Therefore Studer Innotec has developed a clever energy solution for village electrification by creating independent electrical networks, Minigrids. In a minigrid all participants are producing their own, mostly renewable, energy as well as being part of an electrical network. Being part of a network gives the participants the possibility to consume more power than produced if needed, to inject power in the common grid when their household loads are supplied and even sell energy to non-producing minigrid members. Studer Innotec has installed one minigrid in a remote mountain community. View the film to find...
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Kazakhstan’s new capital, Astana may be one of the most symbolic modern urban developments on earth. Encoded in its steel masterpieces, monuments and public institutions lie a deep statement marking the birth of a new nation and a roadmap for the peaceful destiny of the world. But how deep does its symbolism go? Is Astana the sun-worshipping capital of Zionist Freemasons? Is there an energetic grid linking its major buildings with the pyramids of Egypt? Is the city’s Master Plan a coded magical talisman devised by the New World Order? Learn more about the mystery of Astana and its blueprint for the betterment of the world: AstanaMyth.com
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2014 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00998 Description: The yurt is a nomadic dwelling used among the Kazakh and Kyrgyz peoples. It has a wooden circular frame covered with felt and braided with ropes, and can be easily assembled and dismantled. The wooden frames are made by men and their apprentices, while women make the interior decorations and exterior coverings, ornamented with traditional zoomorphic, vegetative or geometric patterns. All festivities are held in a yurt, which remains a symbol of family and traditional hospitality, fundamental to the identity of the Kazakh and Kyrgyz peoples. Country(ies): Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan © Foundation 'Dialogu Kultur-Edinyi Mir', 2014 Duration: 00:08:48 - Supp...
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Our cycling in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan video, which shows the highlights, the challenges and some of the lessons learnt while cycling in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. Lessons Learnt: - When you think you've come across every obstacle possible, something unexpected will happen. You can never prepare for the unknown. Just take it as it comes. - Sometimes the best stories, are the ones that caused you so much trouble or anger at the time. - It snows in Kyrgyzstan. - Kyrgyzstan has some awesome roads, some beautiful campsites and some amazing mountain views. - Highways are not just for cars, they are for shepherds and their flocks. - Always carry an emergency blanket on cycle tours. You never know when you might need it. - Sometimes you might think you have found the best, most hidden campsit...