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This video discusses the Qatar blockade and how Qatar has been affected by it for over a year. It features interviews with people in Qatar who support the blockade, as well as people who live in Qatar and have had to adjust to the changes it has caused. The video ends with Beckham's response to a question about when he plans to come back to Qatar.

  • 00:00:00 This video introduces Vasco's Por el Mundo project, which aims to document the world's Vasco-speaking communities. The video highlights Qatar, which is said to be Vasco's "richest and most populous country" in the world. Vasco-speaking people in Qatar enjoy a high level of prosperity, with low taxes and plenty of opportunities for social mobility. The country is also famous for its luxury hotels and its desert landscape. Vasco-speakers around the world are encouraged to participate in the project by submitting videos and photos of their communities.
  • 00:05:00 This YouTube video shows workers at a construction site in Qatar, explaining how Qatar has benefited from its reliance on oil and gas. The video also describes how the construction site is constantly evolving as new buildings are added. The workers are from countries with very specialized labor, which results in better construction projects and finishes.
  • 00:10:00 The video features a Qatari man talking about his country's traditional culture and how it has evolved over the years. One of the traditions that still persists is hunting with falcons, and the man goes on to say that he misses his friends and family very much while he's away hunting. He talks about how hectic it is preparing for the hunt, and how he enjoys spending time with his friends while he's in the desert. He talks about how Bilbo has changed since he's been gone, and how he's made a lot of money.
  • 00:15:00 This video discusses the Qatar lifestyle for Arabic-speaking immigrants, who find themselves enjoying the country's natural surroundings and cuisine. The main topic is Qatar's food, which is generally rice with lamb, chicken, and then various Easter queries, referred to as "pascua." This dish is essentially a beef stroganoff, and is quite large. The bread is bilbao, a type of bread from Bilbao, Spain. The dish is eaten with hands, just like an Arabic meal would be. It is very good, and it is authentic wine. I'm being lied to if you think local Qataris only eat with their hands. They use their right hand and left hand for different purposes. For example, right hand for eating and left hand for cleaning. We're going to eat. Ivan thinks Euskadi is the best place to ask this question, as he plans to stay here for a few more years. If somebody were to tell our next protagonist that they were going to form a family in Qatar, they would think they were crazy. However, this country has become his new home. One year ago, he and his wife had their first child in Irún, in northern Spain. Now all of the children in
  • 00:20:00 This video discusses Qatari security and how it is robust and orderly. It also discusses the importance of walking everyday when you're pregnant and how you can achieve this by living in a warm, humid environment. Although it is not recommended to walk in the streets, there is one alternative - shopping at a mall. I went to Donosti, a typical mall in Qatar, and I was able to see how people shop there. For example, I saw a woman wearing a black veil over her head and body, and another woman wearing a black dress with a head scarf covering her whole face. These are just a few examples of the high-end clothing stores that are available in Qatar.
  • 00:25:00 This video introduces the world's tallest building, the Qatari skyscraper, which is currently under construction. The skyscraper will have 265 floors, and will be the world's tallest building. It will be located in Doha, Qatar.
  • 00:30:00 Jonathan spends less time in Qatar now, but still recalls fond memories of the beach there. He doesn't associate the summertime trip to Naya Beach with his family, but instead enjoys spending time with his own family there. Now, he wants to know if he'll be able to return to Qatar in the near future. His parents are coming to help with the birth, but they'll be here in a few months. Jonathan is a passionate football fan, and has been trying to become a professional coach for many years. He currently works as a coordinator for a football team in Qatar, and has been doing so for two years. He enjoys watching different sports tournaments on TV. He thinks that the difference in ticket sales for the World Cup between Qatar and other countries shows how popular football is in Qatar.
  • 00:35:00 This video shows how Qatar has become a popular tourist destination due to its luxury lifestyle and beautiful scenery. It also explores the issue of workers' rights in Qatar, as the country has few labor laws. Despite this, many expatriates are able to afford to live in Qatar and enjoy its high-class lifestyle.
  • 00:40:00 The video discusses the preparations for a Vasco-style picnic that the narrator and his family are going to have in Qatar. They note that, compared to when they last visited Qatar, there has been a large cultural change since then. For example, women now dress in full black veils, and men do not typically wear shorts in public. The narrator also shares that, since he is a woman in a Muslim country, he sometimes feels like an outsider. Nevertheless, he is happy to be able to spend time with his family and friends while they are away. The picnic will be full of traditional Spanish food, such as tortilla de patatas (potatoes in a flour and egg batter), along with vegetarian options.
  • 00:45:00 This video features a Spanish-speaking woman discussing her experiences living in Qatar, a country with a large Muslim population. She talks about the beach there, which allows for swimming in bikinis without fear of being fully clothed. She also mentions that there are "burkinis" allowed at the beach, as long as the wearer covers their entire body. The woman then introduces her male roommate, who is from Vizcaya, a region in Spain. She describes how important the ocean is to her, and how it can be difficult to live without it. She also talks about the challenges of being a woman in Qatar, where women are largely independent and men are not allowed to live together without being married. The woman concludes the video by saying that she and her roommate enjoy going on walks along the beach and enjoying nature.
  • 00:50:00 This YouTube video discusses the Qatar Film City, which was supposedly created in 1940 to film movies. However, the city appears to be fake, and it is not known if any actual movies have been filmed there.
  • 00:55:00 The video discusses the Qatar blockade and how Qatar has been affected by it for over a year. It features interviews with people in Qatar who support the blockade, as well as people who live in Qatar and have had to adjust to the changes it has caused. The video ends with Beckham's response to a question about when he plans to come back to Qatar.

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