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it will only takes place once a year him it needs to make a living for himself and his camel so he dons makeup and colorful national costume to pose as an exotic sultan for tourists which is particularly popular with some women traveling under him. as camel though is less than impressed these a particular race are only interested in entering competitions he frequently and loudly expresses his disapproval. omas life is centered on his camels in the desert. i love this this in my life this is in my. in the in my heart. well done. and now my time in this not working interest now this is my friend everything for me in life because this government love me for one time this government like me.
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a man has always shared a special relationship with his camels there was a time when he trained these beautiful creatures to appear in a hollywood movie that was filmed in the sahara. then. i am more with. this i give that then i think the government and the prison that i want to add in last year's marathon came first but no one can tell how the race will end this winter. many people are surprised to learn that it rains in the heart the stereotypical image of the desert is one of endless sand but there's more to the desert than that . an untrained eye could easily miss what's hiding in the rocks. like.
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these people's ancestors seeking shelter from enemies began to live in caves. there's no one to hide from now but cave dwelling still widely used their warm in winter and cool in summer and if you need more space you can always hollow out another room. the big advantage though is that dwellings like this search. this family used to have only one cave that a few years ago they occupied another. where they have gas and electricity modern furniture and bathrooms. the water supply can only be used for domestic purposes they get their drinking water the same way their ancestors did when it rains water collects in special recipe. and in winter that's quite a lot of rain. but
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a summer is better for us than winter because in the winter it's hard looking after the enema lse it is too slippery. the next cave is for animals to live in zenith was in charge of the whole house hold. she looks after her elderly mother in law and the daughter in law is not well . the desert life is more difficult for women but the man don't have it easy either we all have to do they agree cultural jobs and it's really hard. was that it was the xenos elder daughter helps with everything they've been. through. people are native to north africa they have witnessed the rise and fall of several
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civilizations and still manage to preserve their language and traditions perhaps because the places they've always inhabited were hard to reach. the modern road to these caves was only built fifteen years ago now tourists come regularly and are always welcome. and your. days look the same because their problems and. we have to work all the time. xena has never visited the festival she has no time for celebrations although it's not much more than a hundred kilometers along a good road from here. i will not go into the desert but there may well be coming to xena. constantly expanding along the southern border as it's growing at almost fifty kilometers per year. xena's husband is among those who are trying to contain
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the advancing sand to hold back the junes at least a little he builds fences from palm leaves despite these efforts the desert is slowly but surely gaining ground. every winter. a unique desert camp without good reason. it's. in the very heart of the. in the height of summer the region is scorching with temperatures reaching fifty degrees celsius and. eighty degrees. everything in this camp took a lot of it. is easy out here. existing
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here is very tough the. water is brought from this twenty three kilometers away tents set up so that the europeans will be comfortable but the know how it's borrowed from bedouins the nomads of the desert. have their observer carpets in every tent be better bear. in cases. or some insect tries to get inside. the rugs tend to stop them because they don't like crawling over the rough surface of the carpet. generators or electricity in the camp the light comes exclusively from candles the sun moon and stars in every tents there's a toilet that uses wood shavings instead of water. to make them wider . that will enable us to get through. if we didn't do that we wouldn't be
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able to. for many used to take part in rallies but then the desert took from him the most precious part of his life his ten year old son. the boy always went with him on extreme races but in what would be his last lost control of the car and the vehicle rolled upside down killing the young passenger. hasn't entered a single race since he found a place in the desert where the sand is a glorious pink sunsets and sunrises are exceptional and that's where he created this unique camp in memory of his child. this group of austrian adventurers has been struggling to get out of
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a sand trap. stuck fast in the sand close to riyadh's camp. after successfully bringing the tourists across the whole of eastern europe they thought it would be a good idea to take it to the sahara too. but the desert isn't known for its forgiving nature. only the bedouins are able to navigate this constantly changing landscape for generations they've grown up learning the many secrets of sahara survival most of passed from generation to generation but others can only be learned by trial and error. of course there's no mobile connection in the desert for hundreds of kilometers but after climbing this mountain and rounding this rock travelers find an unusual kind of telephone booth where they can call home perhaps for the latest news about the festival. house is full of guests that from
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algeria and about friends and rivals. this is a friend for money and then. this is the wife. and this is what has been wonderful and you know and this is coming is number one for last year for him really were all of the mohican. we've lived in the desert since childhood in the village of. most of the people there breed camels. has been working with them since he was a child for who you know you could say bedouin life in the desert in camels i mean his blood. and. this is the only form of this number one for people of friends. and this isn't one.
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this is the new government in this year and this is the last year and done for this year this is the new and this is. going to the new government and this is one by one my comment is number one for phone didn't this is true on video out of that is i don't know who is. in the one on of. the festival begins tomorrow there will be a spring tracing on the first day and then the day of the marathon the major competition that everyone wants to when. we speak your language anybody will not advance the. music programs these documentaries in spanish matters to you breaking news a little too much of angles keep these stories. for you here.
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stopped rules in effect got into can jump in anytime you want. look it was a terrible day the i'm very hard to take a look for once again the song the clock that never had sex with the perfect hair plugs let's look up the long. lists of the first subluxation
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lists of the the possible. drug those that can't be ignored to. cut stories others refuse to notice. the faces change the world lights never. grow. old pictures of today's leaves a lot longer than a month from around the globe. locally. to the.
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a morning in luxor the streets of do is open to festival. poses for tourists to take photographs. didn't go to the square you might think that he's on concerned about all the festival excitement his day begins as it always does with morning coffee instead of newspapers or t.v. news always at the same time and in the same café. it's an hour of man's
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traditional ritual they'll discuss the future horses and camels today though brings a new topic for conversation the eagerly anticipated sprint races take place off the line. the desert takes many forms often in close proximity to each other this one is among the most desolate and unforgiving. a dry salt lake where the combination of salt and sand allows no chance for any living creature. in this valley and the raj is easily mistaken for reality.
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it was practically raised. since childhood forty years. treat a find of is perfectly normal to. around these palm trees. to pick the fruit juice. as it's quite literally the last thing a palm tree will ever give after it stops bearing fruit all fluid still in the tree is extracted before the trunk is cut down. to sweet and a little east into a unique and refreshing sparkling wine it's a delicacy that is almost impossible because it can't be kept for long very quickly . becomes even more than usual like a bee in fact of the many. muhammad.
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to the top of every single. females with a special. crop of tasty dates be assured respect for the date. generation to generation. dates of the region's most valuable and lucrative exports but that's not the only reason so important other agriculture would be possible without the. if not for the shade provided by the told trees other produce like. tomatoes and lettuce would never be able to survive under the scorching sun. started to change the ninety's. used to be better. there was more water. that there's much less water compared to earlier times.
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this complex irrigation system. of water every day fifteen different. plants. is a challenge but his ancestors came up with. the thirteenth century. hundreds of years. it's been estimated that there are more than one hundred varieties of data. many believe that these fruits of the everything you need for life and people could. the perfect food for an emetic lifestyle that lights nutritious and can withstand the harsh desert sun. can do is people have lunch at noon after prayers today they'll have only a quick snack there's no time to waste because the festival is about to begin.
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racing camels are fed a special diet including wild millet grass and even olive oil on the morning before the race the camels will be treated to a little water an apple and an orange orange is a thought to be particularly good for camels although strangely the animals don't seem to like them. a camel speaking out on wanted fruit. despite being an important day the desert has yet another challenge in store by lunchtime a strong western wind up here. can be extremely powerful sometimes reaching speeds of one hundred kilometers per hour a sandstorm can appear from nowhere in a matter of minutes strong enough to knock you over the wind blows sand into your
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lungs and it's almost impossible to see anything at all. many years of experience has produced nothing more suited to desert life than a turban. national costume is still respected in this area where people may settle their camel and ventured deep into the desert for several days with nothing more than a tent water. perhaps they're being. by their ancestors or it's the lure of the desert and. maybe it's just a passion for the new magic to life. just like centuries ago a shelter from the wind behind their camels and just like their ancestors treat these graceful animals with respect. despite being known as camel day horses and
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dogs also play a part but camels will always be the main attraction. for almost fifty years there are visitors and participants from far and wide algeria libya oman saudi arabia the winner of the forty two kilometer marathon will receive a cash prize but money's not the real motive here winning races especially the marathon is a matter of honor and prestige was last year's winner. and therefore i don't know when i got rid. of my heart. i don't know. everyone's ready for festivities to begin but there's a delay the country's president is expected at the festival he's traveling from the
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capital to be here in his original hometown. at last the head of state arrives at the festival can get underway. this. week. with. the. hunting contests and camel fights. just some of the spectacles to be found at this festival. ah. fighting is only possible in winter during the summer mating season male camels become particularly aggressive they'll fight for the females and without human intervention to pull them apart it might not end until one of the bees to skip the
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race. it was today's main event his one thousand eight hundred metre sprint is. the right has urged the camels to gallop as fast as they can if you want. it was the maximum speed of these animals is forty five kilometers per hour. the first camel crosses the finish line in a few minutes the second and then the third is not among the witness something's gone wrong. way out on a. number. of them because they have an austin moses dump and they're going to afford to work and they come in and get my comment of the . i must also seems a little upset. i don't know how many i won't know but. what you can do
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and i think. tomorrow sees the festival highlight the desert marathon the race in which was last year's winner. that is coming. down or. no but the. marathon day nothing else is happening at the festival everyone is focused on this
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key race. there were forty six runs last year now they're at twenty eight but competition will still be intense many of the ride as a former champions who know the taste of victory. not him it has never won the marathon but his camel is ready for action. are examined by events the marathon is a serious test of both the camel stamina and its ability to deliver a finals. week. it's not uncommon for a camel to be so tired by the end of the long distance race that the rider has to dismount and lead the beast of burden by hand. when tired these noble ships of the desert will often disobey their riders. when
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the race begins they conserve energy they still have three hours of desert ahead of them. didn't win this year but in the sahara people acquire a philosophical approach to life civic treason defeats. when the festival ends omar will take his camel into the desert for several days. deep in the sahara the modern world seems less significant and the problems of the city futile. life takes on a. very different meaning for those who live in the desert.
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told me my language at all but i will only react to situations i haven't read the reports so i'm likely to push the know i will leave them to the state department to comment on your latter point of the month to say it's ok because i'm a doctor. knows i. think you know more weasel words. when you fade a direct question be prepared for a change when you throw a punch be ready for a battle pretty speech and a little down to freedom to question. the agenda here is clear banks don't want the competition they don't want the coin to succeed the central banks that deal and feed out money don't want a competitor they don't want to cryptocurrency they are going to report the news in a way that reflects their interests unfortunately there is no sure objective news
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