Videos tagged with "beg"
Montañita, Ecuador 2013. Ciudad de fiestas y descontrol [04:04]
Fiestas, playas, mujeres, diversión, surfing, elección de la Miss Reef Montañita 2013, todo junto en este video, acompañado por la canción oficial del Reef Classic Montañita 2013 "Back to Montañita", de la banda One Drop. Letra: I've got to go back to Montanita where everyone's happy to see you there's no place I'd rather be I've got to go back to Montanita in the province of Santa Elena a place right by the sea Its a long ways away but fun when you get there no competition with love in the atmosphere bikini cuties make you buckle at the knees go to cool your self off with a PILSENER and a palm tree A smile goes far with a little Spanish if she likes you will know it if you want it you can have it I love this little village and the people even more can't wait to get back to ECUADOR I've got to go back to Montanita where everyone's happy to see you there's no place I'd rather be I've got to go back to Montanita in the province of Santa Elena a place right by the sea The waters warm for swimming or even scuba the waves are perfect at LA PUNTA people everywhere from all over the planet they crown MISS REEF when they host the REEF CLASSIC they show allot of love calling us Amigos or when they're playing ONE DROP out the stereo the night begins but the party never ends its good to be back here again I've got to go back to Montanita where everyone's happy to see you there's no place I'd rather be I've got to go back to Montanita in the province of Santa Elena a place right by ...
Welcome back to life! [06:57]
Hello everybody The name of this post is program! After having had a hard time since the beginning of February I kind of decided that I need to get back to life and that was on Monday last week. Many of you know, that I had an accident on February 2nd in front of the house I'm staying at and was spending some days in the Hospital of Ambato and after that stayed in Baños resting and getting well again. The time spend in Hospital was quite an experience. I wrote a bit about the health system in Ecuador and that I decided to not make use of this in my last post. But as mentioned already several times, it always comes different. So I found myself in bed number 24 of a room with 25 beds and as so many times before also here being the only GRINGO! After one day I took the first look into a mirror and it was then that I understood why doctors, nurses and especially the other patients and visitors were looking pitiful at me! Everybody was so nice, helpful and caring that I never felt uncomfortable at any time. And up from day three there was even a 24 hour police attendance in my part of the room. After having a chat with the officer I found out, it was because of the new patient lying 3 beds next to me who was a prisoner and there was danger of flight. He wouldn't tell me though, what he's been charged for and sometimes it's better to not know all details. After four days I left the hospital and returned to Baños. Meanwhile I'm doing way better again and I started being a bit ...
Chimborazo Summit Climb - Ecuador 2011 - RE-UPLOAD [04:40]
I don't own the rights to the audio track to this video....but it so awesome, that I had to add it to my video...so please don't silence the track :) Believe me, my video will result in more sales for the Orginal Composer! Hundreds have emailed me, requesting an re upload :) The inactive stratovolcano Chimborazo is Ecuador's highest summit. Its summit is generally regarded as the spot on the surface farthest from the centre of the Earth, at a distance of 6384.4 kilometres (3967.1 mi). Until the beginning of the nineteenth century it was thought that Chimborazo was the highest mountain on Earth (measured from sea level), and such reputation led to many attempts on its summit during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. In 1802 during his expedition to South America, Baron Alexander von Humboldt, accompanied by Aimé Bonpland and the Ecuadorian Carlos Montúfar attempted to reach the summit. From his description of the mountain it seems that before he and his companions had to return suffering from altitude sickness they reached a point at 5875 m, higher than previously attained by any European in recorded history.[note 5] In 1831 Jean Baptiste Boussingault and Colonel Hall reached a new "highest point", computed to be 6006 m. In 1880 Chimborazo's summit was first climbed by Edward Whymper and the brothers Louis and Jean-Antoine Carrel. If the summit is measured from the center of the Earth its altitude is higher than Mount Everest. For this same reason, the ...
From Cumbaya to Quito Rush Hour Traffic 4PM WED 19 DEC 2012 ECUADOR [03:21]
This may give you some idea of what a drive from the New Quito Airport back to Mariscal or Centro Historico district may be like until more of the infrastructure road work is completed. This only at the beginning of rush hour at 4 pm leaving Cumbaya to Quito. "and everyone sat around the fire and sang Cumbaya"
Tungurahua Volcano in central Ecuador began a new period of activity Dec. 14, 2012, and started erupting the following day. From our vantage point outside of Baños, we could see the ash plume but not the caldera. This compilation shows the development of the plume over three days, Dec. 16-18.