The Way People Live – Life in Genghis Khan’s Mongolia

Known to history as bloodthirsty conquerors, the Mongols of the 12th and 13th centuries were a complex people who worshipped nature, revered their ancestors and respected the sanctity of the family at the same time as they enslaved children, plundered and slaughtered all who stood in their way.

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Kurdistan [Ey Reqib (Hey Guard), "Oh enemy Kurdish people live on?"] (short)

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Kurdistan [Ey Reqib (Hey Guard), "Oh enemy Kurdish people live on?"] (short)

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Desert Foxes Live in Concert

Xetondra is a rock band like no other–just five tribal nomads wandering the desert with their flock, their instruments, and solar-powered amps. They are young, free and entirely self-sufficient.

When it’s time to put on a concert, their label arranges for holographic tickets so fans can attend their desert performances without leaving the comfort [...]

Low Rolling Europe: Budget Travel Tips for Long-Term Adventure – Earn, Live Cheap, Be Free

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If you are looking for a long-term European travel adventure there is no need to spend years saving first.

Whether you want to escape your full-time work, find the spare time to start your own work-from-anywhere business, extend gap-year travels on the cheap, or just have a great [...]

THE NOMADS OF ARCTIC LAPLAND Mysterious Little People of a Land of the Midnight Sun Live Off the Country Above the Arctic Circle

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Kurdistan [Ey Reqib (Hey Guard), "Oh enemy Kurdish people live on?"]

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Photo Jigsaw Puzzle of Summer yurts of the Aimaq, a semi-nomadic people who live in mudbrick house from Robert Harding

Photo Puzzle showing Summer yurts of the Aimaq, a semi-nomadic people who live in mudbrick house. Summer yurts of the Aimaq, a semi-nomadic people who live in mudbrick house villages in winter, Pal-Kotal-i-Guk, between Chakhcharan and Djam, Afghanistan, Asia. Chosen by Robert Harding. 10×14 Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces. Packed in black cardboard box of [...]