Videos tagged with "brazil"
Official New7Wonders Inauguration of the Amazon in Peru [01:33]
The Official Inauguration of the Amazon as one of the New7Wonders of Nature was celebrated in the Peruvian cities of Iquitos and Lima. Nine Latin American countries -- Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela -- shared the successful candidacy of the Amazon in the global voting campaign. Visit news.n7w.com for New7Wonders news.
Tags: new7wonders, nature, vote, campaign, inauguration, Peru, Lima, Iquitos, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela
00031 Guinea Pig Rotisserie [00:30]
Turns out they eat guinea pigs in Ecuador. It's called "cuy" in Spanish.
Tags: comer, cuy, guinea, pig, Ecuador, Chile, Brazil, Peru, comida, tipica, local, exotic, food, rotisserie, roasting
[Rio+20] - Tourism for a Sustainable Future - Mr. Freddy Ehlers & Mr. Jean Max Rakotomamonjy [05:21]
Rio+20 - Tourism for a Sustainable Future - Speakers: Mr. Freddy Ehlers, Minister of Tourism of Ecuador e Mr. Jean Max Rakotomamonjy, Minister of Tourism of Madagascar
Tags: rio+20, Freddy Ehlers, Minister of Tourism of Ecuador, Jean Max Rakotomamonjy, sustainsble tourism, event, brazil
The Big Amazonas River [02:02]
The Amazon River in South America is the second longest in the world and by far the largest by waterflow with an average discharge greater than the next seven largest rivers combined (not including Madeira and Rio Negro, which are tributaries of the Amazon). The Amazon, which has the largest drainage basin in the world, about 7050000 square kilometres (2720000 sq mi), accounts for approximately one-fifth of the world's total river flow. In its upper stretches, above the confluence of the Negro River, the Amazon is called Solimões in Brazil; however, in Peru, Colombia and Ecuador, as well as the rest of the Spanish-speaking world, the river is generally called the Amazon downstream from the confluence of the Marañón and Ucayali rivers in Peru. The Ucayali-Apurímac river system is considered the main source of the Amazon. The width of the Amazon varies between 1.6 and 10 kilometres (1.0 and 6.2 mi) at low stage, but expands during the wet season to 48 kilometres (30 mi) or more. The river enters the Atlantic Ocean in a broad estuary about 240 kilometres (150 mi) wide. The mouth of the main stem is 80 kilometres (50 mi). Because of its vast dimensions, it is sometimes called The River Sea. The first bridge in the Amazon river system (over the Rio Negro) opened on October 10, 2010. It is just outside Manaus. In this video you see the amazong flooding station in Leticia - Amazonas 2012.
Tags: Amazon, River, South, America, Madeira, Rio, Negro, Trains, Boats, Aircraft, Tourism, Water, Solimoes, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Amazonas, Marañom, Ucayali, Manaus, Iquitos, Leticia, flood, flooding, Kayak
Miro's Amazon Adventure Short [09:58]
Watch Miro as he prepares and then leaves from Coca, Ecuador to Manaus, Brazil - 2000km in his home-made pedal-powered canoe - Martinka. Half-crazy but full of heart, soul and adventure, he is achieving his dream.
Tags: Miro, Amazon, Coca Ecuador, Manaus Brazil