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    Indonesia Wedding in Bukit Kemuning Jim Rogers and Paige Park... 01:11

    Indonesia Wedding in Bukit Kemuning Jim Rogers and Paige Park...

    by Fenton Report (11/4/09) 230 views

    Indonesia Wedding in Bukit Kemuning Jim Rogers and Paige Parker" "Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim attends an Indonesian wedding in Bukit Kemuning." city map vacation day guide tour international world airline itinerary ideas tips company resorts holiday discovery hotel trip advisor best time agent agencies travels resort channel adventure adventures vacations money manager investments investment advisor economy economist jim rogers indonesia indonesian wedding nukit kemuning

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    Kenya Vs Tunisia Football Match Jim Rogers and Paige Parker 02:22

    Kenya Vs Tunisia Football Match Jim Rogers and Paige Parker

    by Fenton Report (10/28/09) 636 views

    Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim watches a Kenya vs Tunisia football match. The Kenya Football Federation (KFF) is the governing body of football in Kenya. It was founded in 1960 and affiliated to the FIFA same year. It organizes the Kenya Premier League (KPL) and the Kenya national football team. Kenyan football in ravaged by internal wrangles and poor finances. There is an leadership dispute of two separate factions, one led by Mohammed Hatimy and backed by FIFA, the other faction is led by Sam Nyamweya and is backed by the Kenyan government. This will be now disputed by a court trial " city map vacation day guide tour international world airline itinerary ideas tips company resorts holiday discovery hotel trip advisor best time agent agencies travels resort channel adventure adventures vacations money manager investments investment advisor economy economist jim rogers Kenya Tunisia Football Soccer match game federation KFF KPL FIFA ball national african nations cup kenya, tunisia

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    New Zealand Auckland Sky Tower Jim Rogers World Adventure Tra... 01:17

    New Zealand Auckland Sky Tower Jim Rogers World Adventure Tra...

    by Fenton Report (10/24/09) 232 views

    New Zealand Auckland Sky Tower Jim Rogers and Paige Parker" "Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim visits the Auckland Sky Tower. The Sky Tower is an observation and telecommunications tower located on the corner of Victoria and Federal Streets in the Auckland CBD, Auckland City, New Zealand. It is 328 metres (1,076 ft) tall, as measured from ground level to the top of the mast, making it the tallest free-standing structure in the Southern Hemisphere, and the 12th tallest member of the World Federation of Great Towers. Due to its shape and height, especially when compared to the next tallest buildings, it has become an iconic Auckland structure, often used in logos and promotions. The landmark is part of the SKYCITY Auckland casino complex, owned and operated by SKYCITY Entertainment Group. However, the complex was originally built for Harrah's Entertainment. The upper portion of the tower contains two restaurant levels (one, 'Orbit' with revolving seating, turning 360 degrees once every hour ) and one cafe level, as well as two observation decks (including some with sections of glass floor). The tower attracts, on average, 1,450 visitors per day (over 500,000 per year). Glass flooring seen inside one of the observation decks. The tower also features the SkyJump, a 192-metre 'fan descender' jump (an experience between a bungy jump and a base jump) from the observation deck, during which a jumper can reach up to 85 km/h (53 mph). The jump is guide-cable-controlled to prevent jumpers from colliding with the tower in case of gusts. Climbs into the antenna mast portion (300 m/980 ft heights) are also possible for tour groups. As well as for entertainment, the tower is used for telecommunications and broadcasting with the Auckland Peering Exchange (APE) being located on Level 48. Several radio broadcasting companies co-locate transmitters and share antenna systems, while television company Canwest (who ran the TV3 and C4 channels) has secondary transmitters on the tower, their primary one being at Waiatarua. The Sky Tower features prominently on the Auckland skyline at night due to its extensive illumination and SkyCity uses this lighting of the tower in a number of ways for supporting various causes using a number of colours or mix of colours to promote these things, a few examples are: * Blue = Auckland Blues Rugby franchise * Pink = Breast Cancer Awareness Month * Red & Green = 'Kidz First' Childrens Hospital * Red & Gold = Chinese New Year * Blue & Green = Starship Children's Foundation * Orange = Auckland Festival * Green & Purple = The Auckland Cup * Green = St. Patrick's Day * Red = The America's Cup * Green, Red and White = Rally New Zealand * Gold = New Zealand Olympians at the XXIX Olympiad As during the winter months, electricity consumption in New Zealand increases dramatically, and with much of the power reserve in the country depending on the water level of the hydro-lakes, various power-saving schemes are introduced to prevent blackouts. In an effort to promote power saving, SkyCity turned off the tower lighting in Winter 2008, retaining only the flashing red aviation lights. SkyCity is also minimising façade flood lighting across its complex. Simon Jamieson, General Manager SKYCITY Auckland Hotels Group, said: "Like every New Zealander, we are concerned about the country's electricity supply, and we believe it is our responsibility to make this move to assist with the power saving request." The tower was reilluminated on August 4 in time for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Fletcher Construction was the contracted builder for the project while engineering firm Beca Group provided the design management and coordination, structural, geotechnical, civil, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, lighting and fire engineering services. It was designed by Gordon Moller of Craig Craig Moller, and has received a New Zealand Institute of Architects ...

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    Tanzania Ngorongoro Crater Jim Rogers and Paige Parker 03:03

    Tanzania Ngorongoro Crater Jim Rogers and Paige Parker

    by Fenton Report (10/21/09) 338 views

    Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim visits the Ngorongoro Crater in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area of Tanzania. The main feature of the NCA is the Ngorongoro Crater, which is the world's largest unbroken, unflooded volcanic caldera. The Crater, which formed when a giant volcano exploded and collapsed on itself some two to three million years ago, is 610 m (2,001 ft) deep and its floor covers 260 km² (102 square miles). Estimates of the height of the original volcano range from fifteen to nineteen thousand feet (4500 to 5800 metres) high. Although thought of as "a natural enclosure" for a very wide variety of wildlife, up to 20% or more of the wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) and half the zebra (Equus burchelli) populations vacate the Crater in the wet season. However, an effect of this 'enclosure' situation means that the population of Ngorongoro lions is severely inbred, with many genetic problems passed from generation to generation. This is due to the very small amount of new bloodlines that enter the local gene pool, with very few migrating male lions entering the crater from the outside. Animal populations in the crater include most of the species found in East Africa, but there are no impalas (Aepyceros melampus), topis (Damaliscus lunatus), oribis (Ourebia oribi), giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis), or crocodiles (Crocodylus niloticus). The crater highlands on the side facing the easterly trade winds receives 800–1200mm of rain a year and is covered largely in montane forest, while the less-steep west wall receives only 400–600 mm; this side is grassland and bushland dotted with Euphorbia bussei trees. The crater floor is mostly open grassland with two small wooded areas dominated by Acacia xanthophloea. The Munge Stream drains Olmoti Crater to the north, and is the main water source draining into the seasonal salt lake in the center of the Crater. This lake is known by two names: Makat as the Maasai called it, meaning salt; and Magadi. The Lerai Stream drains the humid forests to the south of the Crater, and it feeds the Lerai Forest on the Crater floor - when there is enough rain, the Lerai drains into Lake Magadi as well. Extraction of water by lodges and NCA headquarters reduces the amount of water entering Lerai by around 25%. The other major water source in the Crater is the Ngoitokitok Spring, near the eastern Crater wall. There is a picnic site here open to tourists and a huge swamp fed by the spring, and the area is inhabited by hippopotamus, elephants, lions, and many others. Many other small springs can be found around the Crater floor, and these are important water supplies for the animals and local Masaai, especially during times of drought. Aside from herds of zebra, gazelle, and wildebeest, the crater is home to the "big five" of rhinoceros, lion, leopard, elephant, and buffalo. The crater plays host to almost every individual species of wildlife in East Africa, with an estimated 25,000 animals within the crater. Following the recommendations of the ad hoc committee of scientists convened after the 2000 drought, an ecological burning program was implemented in the Crater, which entails annual or biannual controlled burns of up to 20% of the grasslands. Maasai are now permitted to graze their cattle within in the Crater, but must enter and exit daily." city map vacation day guide tour international world airline itinerary ideas tips company resorts holiday discovery hotel trip advisor best time agent agencies travels resort channel adventure adventures vacations money manager investments investment advisor economy economist jim rogers tanzania ngorongoro crater conservation area volcanic caldera munge stream olmoti north water source salt lake NCA wildlife rhinoceros lion leopard elephant buffalo east africa animals scientists drought maasai

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    South Africa Alexandra High School Girls School Jim Rogers An... 04:38

    South Africa Alexandra High School Girls School Jim Rogers An...

    by Fenton Report (10/20/09) 1,443 views

    Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim visits Alexandra High School girls school in South Africa. Alexandra High School is a public high school in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The school is named after Queen Alexandra Caroline, Queen Consort of England, and first opened on 23 February 1960. Though it was initially a whites-only, all-boys school, the first non-white pupil was admitted in June 1991. Alexandra High School became co-educational at the beginning of 1992. The school colours are maroon and blue. Both genders have two uniforms: winter and summer, also known as "Number one" and "Number two" uniforms respectively. The boy's winter uniform consists of a maroon blazer, a white button up shirt (long sleeved or short sleeved), a maroon and powder blue tie and long grey pants. The shoes are shiny brown leather, and the socks are dark grey. The boy's summer uniform consists of a khaki safari suit, with long khaki socks and the same shiny brown leather shoes. Girls wear nearly identical uniforms in winter and summer. The uniform consists of a blue skirt, white button up shirt and the same maroon blazer. The same maroon and blue tie is worn. Winter uniforms differ from summer uniforms in that a blazer is compulsory. Pupils in grade 12 - 'matrics' - are entitled to wear a completely powder blue tie as part of the winter uniform, and the boys may wear a differently cut khaki shirt as part of the summer uniform." city map vacation day guide tour international world airline itinerary ideas tips company resorts holiday discovery hotel trip advisor best time agent agencies travels resort channel adventure adventures vacations money manager investments investment advisor economy economist jim rogers south africa alexandra high school queen caroline public uniforms uniform pietermaritzburg

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    Saudi Arabia- Historical Farm and Palace King Abdullah

    Saudi Arabia- Historical Farm and Palace King Abdullah

    by Fenton Report (10/18/09) 1,036 views

    Saudi Arabia- Historical Farm and Palace King Abdullah - visit to a historical farm owned by the Government of Saudi Arabia and HRH King Abdullah The farm is outside of Riyadh about 45 miles or so and is used for special events such as entertaining guests and visitors

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    Now Thats a Cup of Coffee!

    Now Thats a Cup of Coffee!

    by Fenton Report (10/14/09) 145 views

    This is some real Arabian coffee - it takes seven days to make and this was made over a hot fire. It is very strong, like espresso and served black and with sugar. arabian coffee, arab, black coffee, espresso, recipe, cofee cup, beans, arabic, mocha, gourmet, folgers instant crystals old ad

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