Videos tagged with "sol"
Morocco, 2010 (Toyota Land Cruiser) [01:00]
Nel 2012 ho fatto un lungo viaggio in Marocco con il mio amico Titino e il suo Toyota Land Cruiser (4.5l, 212 HP, 373 N·m, sei cilindri in linea a benzina). Questo video è stato ripreso durante una giornata molto ventosa, nel bel mezzo del nulla - un luogo sperduto nei deserti rocciosi del Marocco. ______ In 2010 I did a long trip in Morocco with my friend Titino and his Toyota Land Cruiser (4.5l, 212 HP, 373 N·m, straight-six gasoline engine). This video was taken during a very windy day, in the middle of nowhere - a remote place in the deserts of Morocco.
MOROCCO KIDS 2012 [05:11]
Viaje solidario a Marruecos organizado por GUAJA AVENTURAS para instalar 2000 luces en bicicletas en Erfoud con patrocinio de empresas como Grupo Xaluca.
Chefchaouen -- The Blue City of Morocco [05:09]
One of Morocco's most popular tourist destinations, Chefchaouen is most known for its blue-rinsed buildings and alleys, an old tradition leftover from the city's Jewish population. Chefchaouen was founded by Moorish exiles from Spain, in 1471, as a small fortress to fend off the attacks of invading Portuguese forcess in northern Morocco. After the Spanish Reconquista, the small mountain town became one of the largest Moriscos and Jews refuge sites, and during their stay they managed to leave their mark on it, one that makes the modern city so special. The name Chefchaouen comes from "chauen", which is Spanish for horns, and refers to the shape of the two mountains overlooking the settlement. But it's not its strange name, the beautiful and unique handicrafts sold by local craftsman, or the delicious goat cheese that attracts the majority of tourists to Chefchaouen. It's the blue-painted houses and buildings of the city, a tradition inherited from the former Jewish inhabitants. In the Bible, Israelites are commanded to dye one of the threads in their tallit (prayer shawl) blue, with tekhelel. This was an old natural dye, processed from a species of shellfish, but in time its production collapsed and the Jewish people eventually forgot how to make it. But, in honor of the sacred commandment, the color blue was still woven into the cloth of their tallit. When they look at the dye, they will think of the blue sky, and the God above them in Heaven. While the Jewish population ...
The Saadian tombs and mausoleum in Marrakech, Morocco [05:06]
The Saadian tombs and mausoleum in Marrakech, Morocco
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 ...