Videos tagged with "ecuadorian"
A Cute Monkey Eating A Fruit in the Ecuadorian Amazon [01:27]
Watch how a wild monkey eats a fruit in the Amazon! How adorable!
Ecuador Trip 2011 January, Pauls pictures, Ecuadorian music [06:30]
A six week tour of Ecuador, lots of fun
The CouchSurfing Project [19:40]
This video was a school project where I show how I've been couchsurfing and meeting people all around the world. The two main characters are Gary when he came to Ecuador and Pepe an ecuadorian guy that visits lima.
Ecuad'Or trailer Ecuador Vladimir Draghia [00:58]
Ecuad'Or -- Viaţa ca o perpetua goană după aur Ecuad'Or este un film documentar cat se poate de independent, si, mai mult decat orice, romanesc! Suntem invitaţi să ne alăturăm aventurii lui Adrian, un tânăr român pe care ambiţia si un strop de nebunie l-au trimis in jungla ecuadoriana, in cautare de aur. Un handycam il urmareste peste tot, ii observa activitatile, frustratrile, trairile, totul! Nu este doar un jurnal video, este o marturie rece si neprelucrata a realitatii unei lumi straine noua. Este o incursiune intr-o realitate aproape fantastica. Un tanar roman pleaca in Ecuador sa scoata aur din pamant, inarmat cu un bilet de avion, doar dus, 1000 de dolari, si nevoia de reusita. Privitorul este introdus in mijlocul comunitatii de indieni Quechua, in setea de succes, in visurile care pot izvori doar dintr-o minte cruda, dintr-un spirit viu, prea tanar. Va reuşi Adrian să traiască visul miilor de căutători atraşi de El Dorado? Este el, eroul modern? Rămâne de văzut...
Guarani - Survivors of the Ecuadorian Jungle [22:47]
Guaraní are a group of culturally related indigenous peoples of South America. They are distinguished from the related Tupi by their use of the Guaraní language. The traditional range of the Guaraní people is in what is now Paraguay between the Uruguay River and lower Paraguay River, the Corrientes and Entre Ríos Provinces of Argentina, southern Brazil, and parts of Uruguay and Bolivia.Although their demographic dominance of the region has been reduced by European colonisation and the commensurate rise of mestizos, there are contemporary Guaraní populations in these areas. Most notably, the Guaraní language, still widely spoken across traditional Guaraní homelands, is one of the two official languages in Paraguay, the other one being Spanish.The language was once looked down upon by the upper and middle classes, but it is now often regarded with pride and serves as a symbol of national distinctiveness. The Paraguayan population learns Guaraní both informally from social interaction and formally in public schools. In modern Spanish Guaraní is also applied to refer to any Paraguayan national in the same way that Mexicans are labelled Aztecs and French are called Gauls. Film & cut by Hernan Vilchez. Produced by Kabopro Films for Blue Eyes & Sat 1, Germany, in September 2012 at Bameno, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador. Additional music: "Los Pastores" Mixtape (Chancha vía Circuito) "Duranibai - Cantos de la Tradición Waorani" (Asociación de mujeres Waorani de la ...