Inside Saudi Arabia, Najran (stories of the past) & beauty of Tanomah

Inside Saudi Arabia, Najran (stories of the past) & beauty of Tanomah

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homemade cheese, okay, very nice, wow  you're professional daddy, Halala is so friendly see here, there's steer since we find it be careful when you guys are out  here, Noah just spotted a snake   take a look right there. you wanna try  Noah? Noah your turn buddy, wow daddy i think it's getting low okay, mommy's turn to try to milk the goat,  yeah hold the bucket   with your left hand, yes, because she might kick the bucket okay go ahead again, success, yay, it's  easy. Now Noah's going to give it a try i can't do it, ok, again, again, again. Even 1 drop, need 1 drop. How was it Noah? good and also a little bit hard a little bit? yeah. put it through the cheesecloth   filter out any hair or anything  that's in there, yes, it's pretty clean all right, cool experience Noah got to milk the  goat, and he got success with the milk coming out   and now we're just gonna pasteurize the  milk and maybe we'll try some goat cheese   fresh goat cheese also, and uh nice to be  here on this farm here in Tanomah, nice place   homemade cheese, okay, very nice, yes  homemade bread, goat cheese from the   goats that we're just milking out there,  and uh coffee with goat's milk and coffee coffee with uh fresh coats milk, delicious, all  right if you guys are ever thinking about coming   to Tanomah area you'll meet uh nice hospitable  people like Mr. Muhammad here and his family   pretty nice experience, so we're thankful for  that, and i highly recommend that you guys get   up here to Tanomah. okay we're following uh  Muhammad now, Abu Saad, up the mountain he's  

showing us around Tanomah here, pretty nice place,  with some nice views, nice trees, gorgeous area if it rains here to much before, nobody can live here in the winter, they go down there so this tribe have houses there, another tribe here, another tribe down another tribe, they don't have houses, they live in caves, okay. And  then they can keep their animals roaming? yes we'll drive there, okay now we are gonna  take Noah to visit some cool uh looking dogs   wow, what's up doggy? ones named Simba, ones named Tyson, yes this place that we're showing you right now is the  Norvan Resort, which is uh owned by Prince Nasser   uh so if you guys are coming up  in Tanomah, check this place out if you come here, you can stop at the restaurant in the  café, and get yourself one of these uh rooms here   with a balcony, overlooking the  nice place, nice view, i like it well good afternoon, and welcome back to Epic  Everyday Adventures and we're here in Saudi Arabia   we're down here in a town called Najran, down here  by the Yemen border, and it's a very historical   famous town, got a lot of history, so we got  a friend down here Mr. Abdullah, we're going   to be meeting him, he's a local here, he's  going to be showing us around, and hopefully   we're going to be showing you guys some of those  historical sites, so stay tuned, here we go hello good, good, good, okay, okay, hi  this is our friend Abdullah here all right I'll turn around all right, take a look out here on my left,  there's a lot of sand dunes out there   we're just cruising through the desert  right now, doing about 80 kilometers an hour   i didn't even let the air out of tires, here we go that made my stomach scared oops, stuck oh man i didn't know we were doing sand dune driving all right, so you can see here Mr. Abdullah he  brought us to this area here, you can see all   these uh petroglyphs, inscriptions, uh look like got  an ostrich, got some uh human figures over there different uh kind of writing up  here, this whole mountain's loaded   with petroglyphs, we'll take a look up  here, I'll climb up there and show you you can see a deer inscription here, real nice you got some inscriptions up here and Mr.  Abdullah explained that there's some names   and some writing up there and basically what  it says, is this is the person whose names up   there's territory, this area around here, where we  are uh back when these inscriptions were put on all right, looking at that writing up there i can  see some uh familiar, uh writing that I've seen   on some other trails in the Tabuk area,  some incense trails up in Tabuk pretty interesting, here we go. All  right take a look up here you can   see all these different inscriptions,  here, over here there's some older ones like a man, tall man, yeah see his legs, men  here also, i don't know if you can see that this here is a cow or steer, you  can see the antlers here and here two legs and the body, and that's  sitting behind the newer inscriptions   back when this area had wild steer   you can see right behind me, what appear to be  these graves up on top of these mountains here   and then they have the tails, going. From the  drone, the tails or the uh walls in between  

the main graves and this is what they  look like, down here on the ground where is he? Down sideways oh my goodness. We went off the dune crazy high dune see here there's a, like some  kind of eagle inscription here   okay, see here there's steer, behind these  inscriptions you can see the tail the body   there's the antlers, there's another steer up  over on this side, just to give you an idea steer   from what i read haven't been in this area,  between four and six thousand years ago, maybe more Abdullah mentioned that this entire mountain all  the way around it, you will find the uh   cows the steer, in uh inscriptions all  the way around, all over this mountain i don't know if you guys can see, but  underneath these newer inscriptions   right here is a cow's head, and then the body, and  the legs all underneath these older inscriptions   all up here on this mountain and if you take a look here you can see two steer,  and then there's a guy, right on the tail, which i   would think that it would tell you that these  steer are domesticated, and maybe that's its   herder with them, so we're up here climbing,  and take a look right up here, more petroglyphs   this place is just loaded with some history go down the rock you can see all the inscriptions up here when you guys are out here, Noah just  spotted a snake, take a look right there all right, just sitting down and Abdullah invited  us to his house to enjoy a nice meal with him everything's prepared, it's delicious, thank you very much very uh generous and hospitable for Mr. Abdullah  and his family to invite us along with him   actually, we met him online, so this is actually  our first time meeting him, so, and this is a cool   thing about Saudi Arabia is you find people  like this everywhere you go, so if you guys   are ever thinking about visiting, definitely  give it a shot and you guys won't regret it okay we're here at the Al-Okhdood uh  heritage site here in Najran, it's the main   famous site here in the middle of  the town, one of the famous uh stories   it's called "people of the groove" or "people  of the ditch" a Jewish King back in 524   a.d uh tried to convert the Christians of the  town to uh Judaism, the Christians refused to   renounce their Christianity faith, and so the  King had about 20,000 of them killed, so pretty   interesting place here, a lot of history, we're  gonna check it out, let you guys see, here we go this was Al-Okhdood City, it was a town, it used to have a, like a village  and the three, like big buildings, like castles early and built from mud this used to be like a seal long time ago, they  used it as a contract between people, like for   commitment about anything they use long time,  hands, i heard also they use blood with hands   but, what we can see here, we have like a print of  the hand in the rock, it's a human hand of course this is basically an inscription of camels, because long time ago people used to depend on camels a lot of course this is also a language  and some letters, it says Daraan they think it's related to some  name of someone important about 70 percent, they are still digging to find more, 70 percent is still under the ground, okay you're gonna have to finish the  trip your own mommy, you're in prison now add the Jambiyah okay this is a gift from one of the shop owners

2022-06-05 13:50

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