Walter Bonatti The King Of Alps

Walter Bonatti on the summit of Gasherbrum IV

Walter Bonatti represents today, more than sixty years after his great achievements, an example to follow. Anyone approaching the world of mountaineering today would do well to know its history. It demonstrates what moral values, what strength and what skills one must have to be a world-class mountaineer. Walter Bonatti made the history of mountaineering, he was very strong indeed … Read more

Touareg And The Desert Tea

The traditiona tea in the desert prepared by Touareg

Touareg the nomads of the Sahara desert Touareg is a word of Arabic origin, which means “inhabitant of Fezzan.” The Tuaregs are a nomadic ethnic group that lives in the Sahara desert and has Berber origins. Undoubtedly they are very fascinating and are the most characteristic in the desert. Their nomadic tradition has gradually faded with the passing of the … Read more

Sand Creek massacre – an American blot

Cheyenne show

Sand Creek massacre 29 November 1865 the American’s shame, in Colorado a group of 675 men in force of cavalry, attack and destroy the Cheyenne and Arapaho village, about 70 to 165 people were killed an at least two-thirds were woman and children ( source Wikipedia), this is Sand Creek Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre was something horrifying and nonsense, … Read more

Live with Nomad Mongolia

Mongolia Nomads

Live with Mongolia’s nomads live with nomads Mongolia, when we speak about Mongolia we remember  Genghis Khan. Lived between 1162 and 1227, its great merit was to unify all the territories won under one single empire. One of the greatest that the story remembers. Mongolia is predominantly composed of the steppe, south of the Gobi desert and north of the … Read more

Nomadic Tribes of Sahara

ULAD EL MIZNA

Nomadic Tribes of Sahara Ulad El Mizna tribe Nomadic Tribes Mauritania In one of the most inhospitable lands of the planet live the Ulad El Mizna tribe. The land is the west of the Sahara desert. This part of the Sahara desert is in the Mauritania country. Fascinating and mysterious, the children of the cloud ( is meaning Ulad El Mizna) … Read more

Namibia Himba Tribe

Himba Tribe

This is a press report by CGTN Africa and it shows the Himba tribe tradition and the difficult to preserve it when the tourism impact and consequently the modern progress it so height like now. Credits: CCTV’s Maria Galang

Jerzy Kukuczka The Polish Star

Jerzy Kukuczka in Hindukush region

It is 24 October 1989, Jerzy Kukuczka dies climbing the south face of Lhotse. Jerzy Kukuczka The news making the round of the world, the man considered to be the only one capable of competing with Reinhold Messner end his life trying to reach the Lhotse summit through the south face. The extraordinary life of this extraordinary mountaineer end forever. … Read more

Eskimo Hunters in Alaska

Eskimo hunters

A very nice documentary where is possible to see the Inuit lifestyle almost 70 years ago. The video has been made in 1949 with primitive technology. This population survives by hunting and fishing even now.

Treepeople of Irian Jaya

Irian Jaya treepeople

This tribe build houses in the tops of trees and some of them are placed as high as 40 m

Credits: Peter Brown

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