Videos tagged with "growth"
Toma Vida Full [04:45]
After graduating, I took a gap year with Global Citizen Year. This is what I did with my year in Amazonian Ecuador. What would you do with a year? Think about it, and check out globalcitizenyear.org
Tags: Gap Year, Ecuador, Internship, volunteer, dance, journey, growth, development, Training, culture, intercultural, fellowship, International, youth development, Global Citizen Year, Tena, Napo, adventure
AQUALINA CONDOS AT PUNTA CARNERO ECUADOR [02:52]
This is a short video of AQUALINA, a remarkable residential building designed by one of Ecuador's leading architects and to be located in Punta Carnero, one of the most promissing beaches in Ecuador's coast. With 18 stories, 46 ocean front condos, an elevated sun deck with an infinity swimming pool and spectacular views to boot, Aqualina is in a class by itself. Aqualina will spearhead the Punta Carnero Vision, a series of initiatives that seek to make of Punta Carnero an example of good planning, fun, feel good and quality growth. For more information on how to be part of the priority mailing list for the launch of Aqualina please write to Andrés Córdova at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tags: Ecuador real estate, salinas, punta carnero, salinas condos, punta carnero condos, salinas real estate, punta carnero real estate, invest in ecuador, ecuador beach condos, afcordova
Drunk Indios Dancing in Cuicocha [03:51]
Free video about drunk Indios dancing traditional dance near the Cuicocha lake in the Otavalo region. The men and women stomp in circles until they change direction. The moderator in the yellow shirt decides when it is time to turn. Others follow and have fun, while drinking very irresponsibly. Free food and drinks is offered at the festival, becasue all of those people are farmers and traders who organize this celebration by themselves. It is a social event for celebrating many things, including the holly mountain peaks and the protected lake. This cool video was created by epSos.de in Cuicocha of Ecuador. The indigenous people of the Americas are the original inhabitants of North and South America. They are often also referred to as Native Americans, Indios or latinos. Hispanic and Latino Americans are Americans with origins in the Hispanic countries of Latin America or in Spain. Latino Americans are very racially diverse as a result form an ethnic category, rather than a race. They are composed of numerous, distinct tribes, states, and ethnic groups, many of which survive as intact political communities. Indigenous peoples in Ecuador are the groups of people who were present in what became the South American nation of Ecuador when Europeans arrived. Otavalo, capital of Otavalo Canton, is a largely indigenous town in the Imbabura Province of Ecuador. Otavalo was an area made up of farming communities due to the rich volcanic soils in this area, but with the growth of ...
Tags: drunk, indios, native americans, dancing, latinos, dance, men, women, party, cuicocha, otavalo, ecuador, indians, tribe, festival, celebration, birthday
"The Galapagos Voyage Part 2" Atullgupta's photos around San Cristóbal, Ecuador [02:28]
A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to San Cristóbal, Ecuador by TravelPod blogger Atullgupta titled "The Galapagos Voyage Part 2" Atullgupta's travel blog entry: "Day 4 - today we said goodbye to some of our passengers, who had booked the 4-day cruise, as opposed to our 8-day version. This meant going to San Cristobal Island, and getting away from the animals for a while whilst we explored the Galapagos Visitor centre, which explained the origins of the islands, its wildlife (endemic, native and introduced) and the environmental issues affecting the islands. The most dramatic of these was the impact of us as tourists, who now outnumber the local population. Add to this the carelessness of man by bringing verminous creatures and livestock that endanger the ecosystem and animals and man's own historic greed in wiping out species of tortoises by using their oils as fuels! It brought home the delicate nature of the island, and positively informed us of the measures taken to eradicate the infesting introduced species, and curbing of local population growth. Tourism must bring in too much money for the government to sanction against - but I wouldn't be surprised on forthcoming restrictions being placed. In an awkward way, I felt lucky we had a chance to see the islands. After lunch, we headed to Isla Lobos to reacquaint ourselves with familiar sea-lions and iguanas. However, the specialty of this place was the presence of the frigate birds, that have a dazzling ...
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