On the Tea Road: A journey into Mongolian life and culture

“On the tea road: A journey into Mongolia life and culture” tells about the life and culture of the Mongolian nomads in the 21st century. Using the history of the tea road as alibi to meet nomads in their daily life, the book provides information, commentaries and explanation about Mongolian culture in general and about [...]

The Arab of the Desert, A Glimpse into Badawin Life in Kuwait and Sau’di Arabia [Bedouin, Saudi]

Colonel Dickson brings unusual qualifications to an intimate study of the Dadwin (more popularly, though inaccurately, known as the Bedouin). He was born in Syria, where his father was British Consul, he spoke Arabic from babyhood. As an infant he had the good fortune to be foster-mothered by a Badawin woman of the desert, and [...]

On the Tea Road: A journey into Mongolian life and culture

“On the tea road: A journey into Mongolia life and culture” tells about the life and culture of the Mongolian nomads in the 21st century. Using the history of the tea road as alibi to meet nomads in their daily life, the book provides information, commentaries and explanation about Mongolian culture in general and about [...]

On the Tea Road: A journey into Mongolian life and culture

“On the tea road: A journey into Mongolia life and culture” tells about the life and culture of the Mongolian nomads in the 21st century. Using the history of the tea road as alibi to meet nomads in their daily life, the book provides information, commentaries and explanation about Mongolian culture in general and about [...]

Nomad: One Woman’s Journey Into the Heart of Africa

A South-African-born journalist who was exiled from her home in Kenya describes her return to the continent of Africa and her experiences dodging bullets in Ethiopia, dining with aristocracy in Nairobi, and seeing the victims of famine. 15,000 first printing.

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Nomads I Have Known and Loved: A Thirty-Year Journey into the Cultures, Customs, Homes and Hearts of Africa’s Tribal Peoples

In NOMADS I HAVE KNOWN AND LOVED Irma Turtle shares her 28 years of personal experiences among unusual and remote African tribes who welcome her into their tents, huts, and huge hearts. With insightful texts and photos she celebrates and documents their unique ancient cultures, rituals and traditions still persistently intact today. NOMADS memorializes the [...]

The Romany Trail, Part 2 – Gypsy Music into Europe [VHS]

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The Romany Trail, Part 1 – Gypsy Music into Africa [VHS]

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