Videos tagged with "take"
Fire in Tastite, Gzenaya, Rif, Morocco, Tamazgha [07:12]
Azul, this video was taking in the summer off 2009, in the small village of Tastite in Gzenaya, located in the Rif of northern Morocco, Tamazgha. At that time there was a big fire in the village, who raged a cross the village in a rapid speed and burned down many crops and trees. The was also a big threat to the houses off the village, you can see also on the video that it where the poeple off the village who tried to take out the fire, the autorities where no where and the fire men came about three hours later, when the fire was allready taken out by the brave village men.
Tags: tastite, rif, arif, morocco, fire, tamazgha, gzenaya
Dinner Time in the Jma [04:25]
Every night the Jma El Fna, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa comes alive when the food stalls take over the square. The competition to get people to eat is just as fierce as the textiles sales inside the souks. You can see the smoke from the food stalls several miles away and depending where you eat and where you're sat you could have smoke pouring over you your entire meal. Choose wisely and don't be afraid to send something back for more grill time if it looks under-cooked, they want you in and out of the stall as quickly as possible. Background music "Hojar" by Al-Pha-X.
Tags: Jma, El, Fna, Marrakech, marrakesh, morocco, africa, flip, ultra, HD, Al, Pha, Hojar
Olive press Traditional berber method *Morocco* 2010 / part 1 [04:48]
People have used olive presses since Greeks first began pressing olives over 5000 years ago.Extant Roman era olive presses survive to the present time, with a notable collection present at Volubilis in Morocco. An olive press works by applying pressure to olive paste to separate the liquid oil and vegetation water from the solid material. The oil and vegetation water are then separated by standard decantation. This basic method is still widely used today, and its still a valid way of producing high quality olive oil if adequate precautions are taken. First the olives are ground into an olive paste using large millstones. The olive paste generally stays under the stones for 30 to 40 minutes. This has three objectives: to guarantee that the olives are well ground to allow enough time for the olive drops to join to form the largest droplets of oil to allow the fruit enzymes to produce some of the oil aromas and taste Rarely, olive oil mills use a modern crushing method with a traditional press. After grinding, the olive paste is spread on fiber disks, which are stacked on top of each other, then placed into the press. Traditionally the disks were made of hemp or coconut fiber, but in modern times theyre made of synthetic fibers which are easier to clean and maintain. These disks are then put on a hydraulic piston, forming a pile. Pressure is applied on the disks, thus compacting the solid phase of the olive paste and percolating the liquid phases (oil and vegetation water ...
Tags: Traditional, berber, method, !!, Olive, press, Morocco, 2010
Cruising in Morocco [02:26]
This video was taken while driving from Sidi Ismail to El Jadida (Morocco). Sorry for the audio quality.
Tags: morocco, rain, scene, driving, car, travel, clouds, flood, trees, roads, tourism, cruising, africa, sky, driver, casablanca, agadir, rabat, sports, song, music, video, camera