Videos tagged with "smith"
Mid Atlas Souks. [02:04]
Riad Philanthropic AKA Morocco Unexplored loves to visit all the regional souks in the middle Atlas Mountains as they are so full of colour, character, local produce and bargains. The first part of video is the Azrou Souk held on Tuesdays and the latter is the Bakrit Souk held on Mondays
Tags: Azrou, Riad, Philanthropic, Philanthropy, Meknes, Morocco, Unexplored, trek, Berber, trails, Hill, Walking, Plateau, Ifrane, Fez, Souk, Remote, Camping, Forge, Blacksmith, Amazigh, Fes, Arabic
Morocco Countryside ( Luis Lagunes ) [02:49]
Moroccan Tea or Mint tea isn't just a drink in Morocco. It is a sign of hospitality and friendship and tradition. Because this drink is so popular, it is served all day long, after every meal and with every conversation. Argan Oil is an oil produced from the kernels of the argan tree, endemic to Morocco, that is valued for its nutritive, cosmetic and numerous medicinal properties. The Atlas Mountains is a mountain range across a northern stretch of Africa extending about 2500 km (1500 miles) through Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. The highest peak is the Toubkal mountain, with an elevation of 4167 metres (13671 ft) in southwestern Morocco. Ait BenHaddou is a town in Southern Morocco, about four hours drive from Marrakech and close to Ouarzazate. It's typical of a type of construction that is traditional to the Maghreb. The buildings lie in a strategic position against a mountain. They have angle towers and are surrounded by steep defensive walls.
Tags: Morocco, countryside, Moroccan tea, Ait Benhaddou, Argan Oil Extraction, tourist, tourism, travel, nature, destination, adventure, landmark, Atlas Mountains, arabic, Luis Lagunes, Argan Oil, tea ceremony, holiday, culture, desert, Ibraham, Smith, gladiato
North Korea, A Socialist Super Power [02:48]
★☭ KGB OFFICIAL REPORTS (INTERNATIONAL&IMPARTIAL)PARTISAN WORLD NEWS ★☭ Social democracy terrified of success Of particular concern to these gentry was the very effective mass occupation of the Conservative Party headquarters. It was only to be expected that the capitalist media should denounce this bold step as 'mindless violence' led by 'hooligans': defending capitalism is, after all, their primary function. However, many who were on the march, and many others who supported it, will have been confused to hear the same song being sung by the very people who are supposed to be leading the resistance to the cuts in education and other public services. The general secretary of UCU, Sally Hunt, at once shot off a letter to her members denouncing the occupation as an "attack on offices in Millbank by a tiny minority" which "must have been terrifying for the hundreds of ordinary office workers -- people like you and me -- unlucky enough to be at work in the building on that day". This disgusting nonsense was rapidly contradicted by lecturers at Metropolitan and Goldsmiths in London, who hastened to give their support to the direct action. Meanwhile, the Labour-supporting careerist president of the NUS, Aaron Porter, parroted the same line as Hunt, spluttering: "I absolutely condemn the actions of a small minority who have used violent means to hijack the protest ... if some people think it's appropriate to use violence, it's a total disgrace, and they have completely ...
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