Videos tagged with "mary"
PAUL HODGE: MADRID TO AFRICA, SOLO AROUND WORLD IN 47 DAYS, Ch 232, Amazing World in Minutes [02:41]
Chapter 232 of Paul Hodge's October, 2012 video book "How to Go Solo Around the World in 47 Days" is part of a series chronicling Paul's June 10 & June 11, 2012 30+ hour, 1000+ mile extreme roundtrip adventure from Madrid across the Strait of Gibraltar to Ceuta, one of the northern most points on the African continent. Beginning on Sunday, June 10. 2012, Paul took a 8:35 am RENFE train ride from Madrid to Algeciras, Spain. The train made five stops, took 5 + hours and covered 400+ miles. From Algeciras, Paul then took a 17 mile, 1.5+ hour high speed ferry ride from Algeciras across the Strait of Gibraltar to Ceuta, a Spanish enclave on the northern coast of Africa and bordering on the west with Morocco. After reaching Ceuta, Paul briefly disembarked and then returned to Algeciras on the ferry he came over on. From there, he took a 1+ hour, 18+ mile public bus ride to the Gibraltar border. Paul then walked across the border and took a taxi to his hotel in downtown Gibraltar, arriving about 6:30 pm. After staying the night in Gibraltar, on Monday, June 11, 2012, starting at about 7:00 am, Paul returned to Madrid by train from Algeciras, arriving in Madrid about 1:30 pm. Paul then took a Madrid metro to to his hotel, thus concluding his 30+ hour, 1000+ mile extreme adventure at his Madrid hotel at about 2:30 pm. This video focuses on the end of Paul's Monday, June 11, 2012 5 + hour, 400+ mile train trip to Madrid. The video shows Madrid's primary railway station, the Puerta ...
Minnesota au Maroc [04:06]
The University of Minnesota program in Montpellier sent 19 lucky students to Morocco where we drove across the Atlas Mountains, toured the Berber countryside, and slept in the Sahara Desert.
Tags: Maroc, Morocco, University, of, Minnesota, Mary, Allen, Montpellier, Animal
Goats in argan tree. [00:30]
Morocco. Traveling from Imlil to Taroudant. The tree the goats are in is an evergreen argan tree. It is found mostly only in Morocco. The tree reaches heights of 25-30 feet, and has a knobby, twisted trunk that allows for goat climbers. The goats climb the tree because they like to eat the fruit of the tree, which is similar to an olive. Which is all well and good. Goats in trees. Perfectly natural. Farmers actually follow the herds of goats as they move from tree to tree. Not because it is so strange to see goats in trees and the farmers like to point and stare, but because the fruit of the tree has a nut inside, which the goats can't digest, so they spit it up or excrete it which the farmers collect. The nut contains 1-3 kernels, which can be ground to make argan oil used in cooking and cosmetics. This oil has been collected by the people of the region for hundreds of years, but like many wild and useful things these days, the argan tree is slowly disappearing due to over-harvesting for the tree's wood and overgrazing by goats. As a result a group of people and organizations have banded together to try to save the tree. To do so one of the primary locations where the trees grow has been declared a biosphere preserve. It was also decided that by making the world aware of the oil, it's great taste and supposed anti-aging properties, would create a demand for it. However, the people who planned to market the oil could not envision people wanting to put an oil on their food ...
Tags: argan, goat, tree, lindadevolder, Canon, powershotsx30, travel, Africa, Morocco, Maroc, al-Maġrib, المغرب العربي, Atlas, High Atlas
Morocco Rabat Street 모로코수도 라바트모습 - 석송조재훈 [03:52]
Morocco Rabat Street 모로코수도 라바트모습 - 석송조재훈 Music : Good-bye by Mary Hopkin 20090612 Morocco Rabat Street 모로코수도 라바트모습.avi
Tags: Morocco, Rabat, Street, 모로코수도, 모로코, 라바트, 라바트모습, 석송조재훈, Good-bye, Mary, Hopkin