1. An Egyptian Ride

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    from Rene Valdiosera / Added

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    Filmed, produced and edited by Rene Valdiosera

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    • Kadoma_teaser

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      Kadoma: After more than a decade exploring Central Africa, Hendri Coetzee is a modern legend in the annals of African exploration. He walked nearly a thousand miles of Tanzanian coastline and led the first team down the entire length of the Nile through war-torn Sudan all the way to the Mediterranean. He returned to kayak solo the most difficult section of the river through the densest populations of hippos and crocodiles found anywhere on the planet. Calling the Nile's source at Lake Victoria home, he was well known and loved by the local people. On the eastern side of the river, they called him Kadoma for his bravery in the face of a river they fear and respect greatly. Along the western bank, locals speaking a different dialect call out the same name, but with a different meaning - Kadoma: the little bee that travels and improves lives everywhere it goes. Solo on the Congo River in 2009, Hendri received an email from American expedition kayaker Ben Stookesberry. “It would be ludicrous,” Hendri said, “to take an American who you don’t know, and who has never been to Africa, into its very heart.” But a year later, he did just that. Ben’s long-time kayaking partner, Chris Korbulic, joined the group as Hendri led the way from his home on the Nile overland through Rwanda in order to kayak into the heart of the Congo on a previously unnavigated waterway, the Lukuga River. Seven weeks into the expedition, deep in the DRC, tragedy struck as a monstrous African crocodile silently surfaced and pulled Hendri underwater, never to be seen again. On Hendri’s final expedition, he takes us on a journey of mind and heart through parts of Africa seldom seen, where his own words will always ring true: “Some of the things that we’re about to witness are so intense and horrible that they should stop the show,” Hendri said, “but they don't. People still laugh and dance. Yes the bad things happen, but so do the good things, the amazing things, and the show goes on.”

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      • Singing in the Nile

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        Our Nubian felucca guides love Bob Marley... here's their take on Buffalo Soldier

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        • Singing in the Nile

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          Our Nubian felucca guides love Bob Marley, and entertaining their guests with singing. They sang a bunch of song for us, here's one of them...in their own words.

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          • Study Abroad

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            A few highlights from my year in Rome

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            • Untitled

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              • Viking River Cruises: Testimonials

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                Viking River Cruises, the worlds largest river cruise company, offers all-inclusive scenic cruising along the rivers of Europe, Russia, China and Egypt. And now, you can discover more about this fantastic way explore the world from those who really know — our guests! Interested in learning more? Visit us online at http://www.vikingrivercruises.com/

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                • Ethiopianism The Paradigm

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                  • Ethiopianism the Vison

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                    from Ethiopianism Prof. Muse Tegegne / Added

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                    A New Paradigm of Change & Liberation

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                    • Nigel Buck Wildlife Showreel 2011 (with clips)

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                      Nigel Buck Wildlife Editing Showreel. Nigel Buck is a freelance editor based in Bristol. He has edited documentaries and wildlife programmes for BBC, ITV, Channel Four, the Discovery Channel, National Geographic and Animal Planet. His programmes include ‘Natural World’, ‘Wildlife on One’, ‘The Nile’, 'Galapagos', 'Yellowstone', ‘Ray Mears’, 'Last Flight to Kuwait', 'Life' and the soon to be broadcast 'Frozen Planet' as well as commercials and short films. These productions have received awards in both Europe and the USA, from Missoula and Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festivals, The International Film and Television Festival of New York and a Grierson award in 2005. He was nominated for an RTS editing award in 2007 and won Best Editing at Wildscreen in 2010. Find out more at www.nigelbuck.co.uk

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