1. Marshall Island Windsurfing Exploration


    from Kevin Pritchard Added 37.1K 290 23

    The trip of a lifetime. I have been bugging Keith Teboul about going to the Marshall Islands for some windsurfing and some good times. Finally I got a message, "Marshalls are going to be good on Thursday, flight leaves tomorrow, bring your camera, your windsurfer, and plenty of sunscreen. You in?" said Keith. Excited like a kid on Christmas, I booked my flights, bought some sunscreen and we were off. I think the images speak for themselves. The beauty of the Marshall Islands is amazing. While this video only shows hard core waves, it seems funny to say, but the thought of freeriding around this place had me pretty fired up. I would say this is the most beautiful place I have been on Earth. 4 Million frequent flyer miles, 27 countries, never have I seen a place like it. Marcilio Browne and Bernd Roediger came along with Keith and I and the trip was a blast. Brawzinho was insane to watch as you will soon see, with some nasty wipeouts. Bernd was even more impressive as he had stayed there for 6 weeks and was really starting to let loose when he was getting barreled by the sea monster and came up with a broken back and some serious time off the water, only allowing us to get a couple clips of him ripping it up. Keith organizes some amazing trips together with Martin Daly @ www.marshallwaves.com It is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The water, the beauty, just incredible. Hope you enjoy the clip.

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    • Wa Kuk Wa Jimor - Marshallese Canoes Today


      from Rachel Miller Added 9,531 21 4

      The canoe tradition is one of the foundations of Marshallese culture. In the past it was the key to survival in the Marshall Islands, and it continues to embody many of the key values and practices of traditional Marshallese culture. "Wa Kuk Wa Jimor - Marshallese Canoes Today" (55 min, 2011), by Rachel Miller, introduces the tradition of the Marshallese canoe—including the history, types, and technological innovations of the canoe—and the complex connection between the canoe and Marshallese culture. It looks at the state of the canoe tradition in three locations in the Marshalls and explores the future of the canoe tradition. The film features interviews with elders and experts from the Marshall Islands, and is in both English and Marshallese. "Wa Kuk Wa Jimor - Marshallese Canoes Today" was funded in part by the Hawai‘i Council for the Humanities (HCH).

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      • Teaser - Bravo, la bombe


        from Fanny Moulin Added 1,351 0 0

        http://www.cinemas-utopia.org/toulouse/index.php?id=2642&mode=film 1er mars 1954. Castle Bravo explose au beau milieu du Pacifique. C’est la bombe nucléaire la plus puissante jamais testée par les Etats-Unis, l’équivalent de 1000 Hiroshima. A 200 kilomètres de là, les habitants de l’atoll de Rongelap regardent la poussière blanche tomber sur eux. Ce sont des retombées hautement radioactives. Ils n’ont pas été prévenus. Les 236 habitants seront évacués trois jours plus tard. Soixante ans se sont écoulés depuis ce jour-là. Aujourd’hui, seuls 38 travailleurs reconstruisent des maisons sur l’atoll pour y habiter de nouveau. On leur a dit que l'île était décontaminée. Mais la plupart des descendants ne veulent pas revenir. Ils vivent à des centaines de kilomètres de là, répartis sur les différents atolls des Iles Marshall.

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        • Pohnpei Chapter one


          from Stephan Figueiredo Added 845 4 1

          This a short clip about a long journey in Pohnpei 1º chapter Atoll and Island •Oahu •Majuro •Kwajalein •Ppass •Pohnpei •Dahu rei rei •Nahpali •Nan Madol

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          • Delap SDA Teaser Trailer


            from Delap SDA Added 662 0 0

            This video is to further promote and inform those interested of Delap SDA School on the island of Majuro, RMI, Micronesia. It is also to encourage others to give to the school and help it grow in any way they can. Thank you for watching!

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            • The Land of the Marshall Islands


              from SunTime Films Added 585 5 1

              This is a quick look at some of the culture visitors will experience on the Marshall Islands. Life on an atoll in the middle of the Pacific Ocean is slow and relaxed.

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              • Diving in the Marshall Islands


                from SunTime Films Added 576 7 2

                Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the Marshall Islands offer spectacular diving. The many atolls that make up the Marshalls are surrounded by pristine lagoon and ocean reefs. This video was made by Colin Sternagel of SunTime Films for the Marshall Isands Visitor Authority.

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                • Ailinglaplap, Marshall Islands


                  from Chris Orr Added 102 1 0

                  Some footage my parents took while visiting me in the beautiful Marshall Islands. I taught K-8th grade for WorldTeach in Jabwon, Ailinglaplap for a year after graduating college.

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                  • Summer


                    from Arianne Yago Added 74 0 0

                    My summer summed up in about 3 minutes and 35 seconds.

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                    • Dangerflow Asia Tour - Day 11


                      from Dangerflow Added 67 1 0

                      Mo shares his beauty routine with us before the night's big concert as he gets a quick trim at the barber shop in Majuro, Marshall Islands.

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