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  • Tag Archive | "desert"

    Sailing in Sahara on Kamal

    Friday, January 15, 2010

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    Sailing in Sahara on Kamal
    Holiday was perfectly planned and set by us. All we wanted to do was chill out, relax, spend leisure time and booze and have fu. No adventures, just relaxing and lounging. That was the Plan A. As per the plan A, we went to Morocco and stayed in Muran resort in Marrakech. What a hotel it was! We were completely bowled over by the look and chic of the hotel and fell in awe of it sinful red swimming pool. Our plan A was in full action and we were having fun time. We were simply having leisure time and fun with no sports or adventure. But then when do we stick with our plans. I mean just imagine living in riyad, with all amenities and facilities we got fascinated with Desert! The bloody desert! I shrieked and I shouted when all these idiots decided we are going out trekking and camping in  [...]

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    Astonishing Life Of The Sans-Bushmen Of Kalahari

    Thursday, December 17, 2009

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    Astonishing Life Of The Sans-Bushmen Of Kalahari
    The original people of southern section of Africa, whose terrain extents to the  most regions of Zimbabwe Lesotho, South Africa, Mozambique, Nambia, Swaziland,Angola as well as Botswana. The natives here are referred by various names such as San, Bushmen, Sho, Basarwa, Khwe as well as Kung. Traditionally, these native people are especially hunter as well as the gatherers, they are also a branch of the Khoisan group and they are connected to the conventionally rustic Khoikhoi. In the early 1950s, in the course of the 1990s, they toggled to farming. It was the result of the government permitted upgrading programs as well as the greater than before risks of gathering and also hunting lifestyle in the countenance of technological expansion. The Bushmen have offered an affluence of information  [...]

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