Videos tagged with "rock"
Dj Roky Rock @ 555 Famous Club Marrakech [03:13]
Dj Roky Rock @ 555 Famous Club Marrakech Encore une grosse soirée au 555, le samedi 19 janvier 2013, en présence du deejay américain Rocky Rock. Mondialement...
Bendifroot Production of the Outback Challenge with D44's Trayback Defender 90 V8 [05:52]
I've been making a few video's for other people recently and this is one I put together for Devon 4x4. I've cut this version of it more to my tastes with a few little cheats in it and my own original soundtrack. It's of Simon Buck competing in the Outback Challenge in Morocco and makes an interesting watch with some great trialling, rocky stages and water crossings!
Morocco's distinctive landscapes and enduring cultural heritage offer an enticing journey into the heart of North Africa. Part of Africa yet markedly different, Morocco is a fascinating study in contrasts. Old world medinas with noisy, narrow, winding lanes vie for attention with fashionable cafés, boutique shops and modern city centers. Sophisticated coastal cities such as Casablanca and Rabat boast an abundance of long white beaches, picturesque rocky coves and classic resorts. The imperial cities of Meknes and Fes showcase fine examples of Islamic architecture and tradition. Inland cities are warm and exotic, set among hills and palm groves. The rugged, snow-capped Atlas Mountains stretch 2414 kilometers/1500 miles through Morocco and beyond. Berber tribes have lived in the region for thousands of years, and were first mentioned in writings of ancient Egyptians. Long-established villages such as Aït-Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, serve as strongholds that preserve the Berber lifestyle, culture, music and art. The country is also rich in Jewish heritage, with the first migration into this area coming after the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem; and a second wave arrived from the Iberian Peninsula in the period immediately preceding and following the 1492 Alhambra Decree, when the Jews were expelled from the kingdoms of Spain and Portugal. At its peak in the 1940s, Morocco's Jewish population exceeded 250000. Jewish heritage is seen throughout the ...
View from the top of the big rocks _ Tafraout _ MOROCCO [00:44]
Les roches bleues Les rochers peints Awmourkt Tafraout Morocco
LGZIRA THE MAGIC BEACH REVISITED [08:21]
One of Nature's wonders in Morocco this beach is well hidden from the passers-by on the way to Sidi Ifni. There are several restaurants where the road ends just above the beach. The name is invariably spelt Lgzira and Legzira when written in Latin alphabet. It soothes senses and calms spirits. There are always surprises as when we were quite cold at end of June and almost wanted to have swim in the middle of winter. When passing through the main archway it is advisable to keep to the edge as rocks may be falling and there are no warning signs. The second archway is like a giant elephant foot. The two main attractions may hardly be visible at fist hidden in sea mist or protected by hazy sunshine. I have two other clips from previous visits but this one is more comprehensive and I had no heart to edit the footage.