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Why I Almost Got Attacked


Why I Almost Got Attacked

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Are we about to be Attacked by PIRATES? | S04E01

We’ve known for a long time that the most dangerous waters for piracy in the Caribbean are through the Nicaraguan banks. Every year we hear accounts of yachts being attacked and boarded by pirates in this area.

How can we know that piracy is a real threat in this region but still make the decision to sail through these dangerous waters? In this episode, in order to get to Panama before crossing the Pacific, we are forced to sail through the Nicaraguan banks and have some terrifying moments of our own.

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Leopard attacks dog, dog attacks leopard, dog wins

Good questions all! This dog strayed into a protected area. It was not supposed to be there, for its own safety and that of the wildlife. The tourists are not allowed to alight from their safari vehicle, either. The dog strayed in from a nearby temple. Indeed, it can spread rabies to the hyenas and other canids in the reserve...

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Shark Attack : Tube through an Aquarium : Atlantis The Palm in Dubai

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Approached at Night while at Sea | 72

During our longest passage yet, we hit storms, rip sails and have the scariest night of our time at sea. Smack dab between Cuba and Haiti, at around 10:30 at night we were approached by a boat. Although, in the end, we don't believe they were pirates, we still get quite the scare from this incident.

We make it through, exhausted... but happy to finally arrive in the very friendly island of Il e Vache, Haiti.

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beau, brandy, and our salty dog, oona

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Pirates Attack Wrong Ship (2021)

Somali Pirates attack the wrong ship. Pirates were very surprised with new defensive technology that is used on this container ship.
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Our WORST Experience in Mexico! Our baby was attacked.

We've been traveling in Mexico for 7 months now with our dog, Laska. This is the worst experience yet.
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We'll admit, if this is the worst thing that's happened during our Mexico travels, we're not doing too shabby. Still, we are saddened by what happened at the Mexico dog boarding facility in Ajijic, Jalisco.
Today, we explain the whole dog boarding situation and about our first time at a veterinarian in Mexico plus we'll talk about Mexico veterinarian prices in the Lake Chapala area.

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In January 2018, we sold everything we owned in the US (except our husky Laska & what fit in our tiny, tangerine Prius C3) to travel the world—starting with Mexico. Since then, we've been making travel videos about our life in Mexico and the new experiences we encounter while traveling the world. If you'd like to join our shenanigans, subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can also poke around our social media to find out what we’re up to each week.

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PIRATES! Are we about to get ATTACKED? | Sailing Indonesia, Ep 149

At 3 in the morning whilst at sea a vessel charges at us... Pirates? What do you do?

In this episode of Sailing Nandji, we are faced with every sailors worst nightmare. We are under sail on passage miles off the coast when a vessel charges straight at us. We gybe, change course and the vessel does the same thing and continually charges straight at us... What do you do? Pirates?

We have been sailing in Indonesian waters for the past 5 months and have now over the last 2 years sailed all the way through the Indonesian islands from East to West. We have not feared pirate attack, but should we have?

At the end of the last episode whilst happily sailing at 4 knots a boat charges at us and puts us under their spot light. What do we do? Lets discuss this situation and we would love to hear what you would do if in the same situation...

With no sailing experience, we bought a yacht, got it blue water cruising ready and set off sailing to the Pacific! We have since cruised through New Caledonia, Vanuatu, the Solomon islands, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and then onto the boat yard in Malaysia to prepare for the years to come. With a new engine, we continued onto Thailand, then back down into Indonesia and specifically West Sumatra where we are living the island life and chasing the surf. With our Sailing plans changing, we are returning to Thailand in the coming months and then taking the northern route of the Indian Ocean to the Andaman islands and onto Sri Lanka before heading south to Chagos and across the Indian Ocean once cyclone season has finished and the trades begin again! The adventure is just beginning!

We departed the east coast of Australia in July 2017 and have since sailed over 10000nm. We have explored some amazing countries and met some beautiful people along the way. We have experienced so many different and diverse cultures, dived pristine reefs, surfed solo in the middle of nowhere, spent weeks at sea, dealt with storms, big waves, strong winds and had the time of our lives doing it! The adventure is just beginning as we sail West with the trades around the World!


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The day I got attacked and robbed in Argentina (Travel Video Blog 042)

This is so far the worst travel experience I've ever had: During my weekend trip to Cordoba I got attacked by 2 guys without any warning. I never got confronted with this kind of violence - I was brought to the hospital and spend around 5 hours there.
It was at some point maybe also my fault as said in the video - but bad things can happen everywhere in the world.

I was amazed by the great help I received afterwards from all the people around me - especially the argentine people have been so nice to me which actually makes me even love Argentina more!
I thank all of you guys for your kind words and support afterwards - with your help I'm now almost recovered and continue what I love to do: Traveling.

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All These Countries Got Almost Identical Flags

There are 197 recognized countries in the world and each of them has its national flag. And the flags of the world are just as diverse as its people. Or not? Okay, if you can identify any country's flag without looking it up, you're cool cause it's really difficult! The trick is that some countries have flags so similar they will give even a geography fan a hard time.

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New Zealand and Australia 0:26

Indonesia and Monaco 1:06

Venezuela, Colombia, Equador 1:53

Nicaragua and Honduras 2:34

Norway and Iceland 3:12

Luxembourg and Netherlands 3:33

Tunisia and Turkey 4:03

Egypt, Iraq, Yemen 4:38

Bahrain and Qatar 5:16

Samoa and Taiwan 5:44

Slovenia, Slovakia, Russia 6:11

Croatia and Paraguay 6:44

Ireland and India 7:30

Romania and Chad 8:06

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- Australia and New Zealand have a lot in common, but their flags just look way too similar. Both of them are essentially a blue field with Union Jack to represent their British colonial past in the top inner corner.
- Flag of Monaco is using the heraldic colors of the shield of Monegasque royal family arms. The flag of Indonesia is a reminder of those times when it was associated with the Majapahit Empire.
- Flag of Venezuela has stripes equal in size, an arc of stars in the middle and the national coat of arms in the upper hoist corner. The flag of Ecuador also features the national coat of arms, except it’s right in the middle.
- Norway and Iceland have derived their flag from their peer – Denmark. So both feature a white Scandinavian cross and a color combination of red and blue.
- Flag of Luxembourg didn’t stem from the Netherlands but developed on its own. The two banners differ in the shades of blue and their ratio: 2:3 for Netherlands and 3:5 for Luxembourg.
- The flags of Egypt, Iraq, Yemen are based on Arab Liberation Flag of 1952. They consisted of three equal horizontal stripes of red, white and black.
- Flags of Bahrain and Qatar are often mistaken for one another, but local people will assure you they are completely different.
- The Russian tricolor became the inspiration for flags of many countries in eastern and southern Europe.
- Croatia and Paraguay have a tricolor in the same order of colors as their national banner.
- It takes a real flag expert to spot any differences between the flags or Romania and Chad. That difference is in the slight variations of shades between the blue, yellow, and red vertical stripes.

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Woman survives shark scare during solo swim of Ka'iwi Channel!

Ranie Pearce was attempting to swim the Kaiwi Channel from Molokai to Oahu, Hawaii, when a tiger shark swam up on her and would not leave!

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PENGUIN ESCAPES KILLER WHALES (By Jumping Onto Boat!) | Antarctica

Watch as a Gentoo penguin miraculously escapes a pod of hungry Orcas (Killer Whales) by jumping into a boat full of tourists off the coast of Antarctica. It was amazing to watch in person!


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Stung By Sea Urchin. What's Gonna Happen?!

Sea urchins belong to a big class called Echinoidea. There are around 900 species of sea urchins. Urchins live in every sea, from the Arctic to Antarctic. They are nocturnal feeders that feed mostly on algae and sea vegetation.
During the day time they hide from the predators in different cavities or caves along the sea bottom. Their mouth is surrounded by 5 strong calcium carbonate teeth or plates. Using them, urchins can burrow themselves in the sea bottom and make caves by crunching the sea bottom limestone.These multitasking teeth, called Aristotle's lantern, helps urchins to hold still in place and resist the powerful waves.
Please meet a very interesting type of sea urchin, the Black Diadema. Normally, an urchins spines do not exceed 3-4 cm, but black Diadema spines can reach up to 30 cm. They live in small groups up to depths of 1-10 m near the coral reef. They feed on algae growing on the reef and are directly responsible for the health and well-being of reefs and all of the sea creatures that depend on the reef. They are a food source for trigger fish porcupine fish, eels, sea otters, starfish and others. They play a very important role in the ocean bio system. A decline of this species could be devastating for coral reefs, habitats and ecotourism. It happens for many reasons like pollution, diseases, powerful hurricanes. Without Black Diadema, coral reefs might stop growing and restoring themselves.
Some species of Diadema family carry a toxin on there spines. So if you accidentally step on it the injury can result in a ruined vacation. The main symptom from the poisonous sea urchins spine sting is strong pain. If you were sting by species that isn't poisonous, redness, swelling and moderate pain could be present. A neurotoxin could cause numbness and a allergic reaction. If you feel a headache, difficulty of breathing or faintness, you should go to nearest doctor.
Urchins stings are not deadly. But the spines are really fragile and can easily break off and get stuck under your skin. They are made of calcium carbonate, the same material as the shell of the chicken egg.
First you have to carefully, with help of a magnifying glass, check the damaged area for any broken spines. Not every black dot has pieces of the spine. They are black just because of the dye released by the urchin. Then, using tweezers, very carefully remove them. If after that you still see some pieces stuck inside, use a sterilized needle and try to get them out. Always disinfect the area.
If you still feel that there could be more microscopic particles left inside, you can try to remove them with help of a hot bath with vinegar. Remember we are dealing with calcium carbonate which is easily dissolved with vinegar acid.
Prepare a warm bath, around 45 degrees Celsius or 113 degrees Fahrenheit, and add some vinegar. Warm water also will dissolves any toxins and eases the pain.
There is another species of this big class Echinoidea, called Tripneustes ventricosus. Also known by common it's name, sea egg or White Sea urchin. It is a very common type for the Caribbean Sea. This urchin plays significant role for humans, his sexual organs, gonads, are a favorite delicacy for many Caribbean regions. But in the last years these fisheries have suffered a big decline due to significant over fishing in the past because of the demand in the local market and export, mostly to Japan
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We Almost Got Attacked By *3* Sharks

Just happened today at South Beach. We were out there when people started yelling shark. They swam right in front of us. Super scary!


Shark Diving off the coast of the North Shore in Oahu. We were surrounded by over a dozen reef and galapagos sharks ranging from 7-13 feet.

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Headed over to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to pet kangaroos and hold koalas. Almost got attacked by some Emus, not the best moment... My dreams were made when I got to hold Victory the Koala!

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