Only in Africa

Only in Africa

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Visit the Nelis HERE

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • An absolute passion for the primates
  • Such close proximity
  • Even the youngsters
  • Mothers with infants
  • A certain pose a certain look
  • It’s all about being observant
  • Keep an eye open
  • Animal behavior
  • The comfort zones
  • Working very closely with wildlife
  • Lighting conditions
  • A really great safari experience
  • To date I’ve done 45 gorilla tracks
  • More in-depth knowledge
  • Go on a safari
  • The difficult part
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I love life

I love life

Green Renaissance

For centuries, the greatest thinkers have suggested the same thing: Happiness is found in helping others. There is no greater gift than that of giving of one’s time and energy to help others, without expecting anything in return. “What you receive is just wonderful. You don’t receive it in money. Just the pleasure of seeing their faces.” – Peggy

Vocabulary chunks to learn from the video :

  • I’m a very luck old lady at 83
  • I’ve had a lovely life
  • The departure lounge
  • I love life
  • We so fortunate to be alive
  • Everyday is a challenge
  • What’s around the corner
  • Enjoy every minute of it
  • I never get bored
  • Think positive
  • I never ever ever got lonely
  • It’s beyond my understanding
  • Make a cup of tea
  • Just knit a few stitches or a few rows
  • I love to knit
  • I’ve knitted 25 jerseys so far
  • A busy outlet
  • It’s for you It’s a gift
  • What you receive is just wonderful
  • Packed like a sardine can
  • I give them away
  • What a wonderful idea
  • I’ve never bought wool, It’s just arrived
  • It’s part of me
  • I’d be very heart sore
  • I so badly want to be remembered
Dive into the oven

Dive into the oven

Great Big Story

Shotis puri is a traditional Georgian bread, usually served with every meal. Baking the bread, however, can get a little extreme. For a new baker interested in venturing into the world of shotis puri, be prepared to dive headfirst … literally. The bread is baked in a tonir—a deep, clay oven onto which the unleavened dough is stuck. After the bread has been baked, bakers must dive headfirst into the hot, hot oven to retrieve their goods. No one knows the process better than Skhirtladze Davit. For the past 16 years, he’s been enduring the heat, all for the love of bread.

Vocabulary Chunks to learn from video :

  • A bread maker
  • In the making of this video
  • As you can probably gather
  • Armenia
  • Not your average bread maker
  • Bread oven
  • It translates to bread
  • It is essential
  • Turned up to the highest level
  • A salt based liquid
  • As close to the fire
  • As if diving into
  • Is just a part of the job
  • Intense enough
  • The end result
  • With a salty twist
  • That is eaten on special occasions
Would you stay in this Hotel On Wheels?

Would you stay in this Hotel On Wheels?

Daniela Carneiro and Eduardo Ribeiro created the Truck Surf Hotel, a converted Mercedes-Benz truck that transforms into rooms and serves as a hotel on-the-go. The truck hotel travels across Portugal during the summer and Morocco in the winter. The hosts wanted to share their love of the outdoors with people and make traveling convenient, accessible, and comfortable.

Book your next surf vacation HERE

Follow The Truck Surf Hotel on   instagram_logo  HERE

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • We used to travel together
  • A camper-van
  • Chasing the best waves
  • Explore different places
  • Surf the best waves
  • The rooms for our guest
  • A double room
  • Bunk beds
  • We made our dream come true
  • Close to the ocean
  • Lifestyle
  • Horse riding, yoga
  • Visiting the town
  • Experience the culture
leave a legacy

leave a legacy

[Absa South Africa]

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • Dull and grey
  • Or so they say
  • Get old stop work
  • It’s just not, no way
  • Does much more than talk
  • His soul shines bright
  • Come what may
  • Wonderfully kind
  • Has given new meaning
  • The blind leading the blind
  • Children in need
  • Eyesight impaired
  • A veggie farmer
  • A lady of leisure
  • A national treasure
  • Alternative energy
  • Sparks her flame
  • Sustainable fuel
  • Top of her game
  • A champion is he
  • A fitness fanatic
  • Strong as steel
  • Smooth as silk
  • He looks 33
  • Well this is it
  • We are at the end
  • We need not be dull
  • Go grey or grow old
3 words at a time

3 words at a time

lonely planet

In a country where addresses are scarce, signs are few and far between and most of the country’s pasturelands remain unaddressed, Mongolia has proved notoriously difficult for travellers to navigate. Tourists are often left relying on local landmarks to find their way around – even in the country’s capital, Ulaanbaatar.

To help solve this, Lonely Planet is joining forces with what3words to marry expert travel advice with innovative location technology, enabling travellers to pinpoint locations with exact precision.

what3words is a simple way to talk about location. The company has divided the world into a grid of 3m x 3m squares and assigned each one a unique 3-word address. It means anyone can accurately find any location, anywhere in the world, more quickly, easily and with less ambiguity than any other system.

Now, in recognition of the game-changing technology which is set to revolutionize the way people navigate when they’re on the road, Lonely Planet for the first time will include the three-word addresses for each of the listings in the newest edition of its guidebook to Mongolia.

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