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Here's how to prepare a cup of Marrakech Tea within just a minute using Nescafe Dolce Gusto. *********************** FOLLOW ME ON: Website: www.TianChad.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/iamtianchad Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tianchad Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tianchad
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Learn more about our TasteMaker and get the recipe here: http://bit.ly/1s9jALk Our TasteMaker, Andy Mil, created delicious and tasty mocktail recipes that are easy for you to try at home. This Arabian Dream, featuring our Marrakesh Style Tea, is sweet and refreshing. Perfect for when the weather starts to warm up again. Why not give it a try? Watch this how-to video to see Andy in action.
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Série #Sabores - No quarto vídeo da série, apresentamos 3 sabores especiais da Dolce Gusto!!! São eles: o conhecidíssimo NESCAU, o intenso expresso BARISTA e, direto do Marrocos, o MARRAKESH STYLE TEA. Três sabores muito gostosos e feitos com apenas uma cápsula! Assistam... E quem ainda não provou, experimente! #Sabores IV NESCAU - BARISTA - MARRAKESH STYLE TEA Inscrevam-se: https://www.youtube.com/c/DGTudo
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♥♥♥ SUBSCRIBE → http://bit.ly/1O954Ma Learn how to make authentic Moroccan mint tea! Thanks Rachid -- we miss your tea!!! __ Social Media ♥ Official Website: http://www.thegonegurl.com ♥ Instagram: https://instagram.com/TheGoneGurl ♥ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGoneGurl ♥ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheGoneGurl ♥ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/TheGoneGurl Here’s $40 off your first Airbnb stay! http://bit.ly/2nAQTp8 __ Music 'Baroque Coffee House' by Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions
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We found the CRAZIEST Whole Sheep POPSICLES in Morocco! Join us as we go for a FULL-ON Street Food Adventure in Marrakech, Morocco to try the BEST Street Food in Marrakech! Today, we're going DEEP for some of the BEST street food in Marrakech, starting out bright and early for some EXTREME whole roast sheep AKA Royal Sheep AKA Sheep Popsicles. This is a classic Marrakech street food, the Méchoui, a whole roast baby sheep cooked underground in a big coal pit that is sealed with clay. We found the best place to eat it in Marrakech, where they have 6 ovens full of these baby sheep. They are served one by one to the hungry lineup of customers outside at the restaurant who either take it home to eat or who eat it street food style at the restaurant. This is definitely one of the most unique street foods in the world and super delicious to try on the streets of Marrakech! If you're thinking of coming to Morocco to eat street food, you definitely have to come to Marrakech to eat this Mechoui AKA royal sheep. We found this at Ayachi grill on the outskirts of Marrakech. After it's roast underground in the coal oven, its taken out and wrapped up in a plastic bag to let it steam and soften up. Then, it's chopped up and served on a plate with some bread, salt, and cumin. It's incredibly delicious! After tasting that amazing Mechoui aka sheep POPSICLE, we kept going on the meat tour to get some BBQ beef kebabs right on the street. This is one of the best street foods in Marrakech, because it's served with this funky and strong butter that tastes like blue cheese. This was found at bab taghzout. The BBQ is so smoky and it was fun to watch. And to finish off our Marrakech street food adventure, we found another meat that was actually not my favourite. This was the stuffed spleen sandwich. It was full of beef and liver and had a funky offal aroma. We found it at Sidi Mimoun. It was an AMAZING day in Marrakech, Morocco. We ate 3 delicious meats and it was all worth it! I hope you enjoy this travel vlog and the delicious street food that we found! The Food Ranger YouTube: ► www.youtube.com/thefoodranger The Food Ranger Instagram: ► www.instagram.com/thefoodranger The Food Ranger FB: ► www.facebook.com/thefoodranger MY GEAR AND RESOURCES: ► New Camera (AWESOME 4K) : https://amzn.to/2MnyBsg ► Main Lens: https://amzn.to/2MjnuAr ► Great Second Lens (FOR CLOSEUPS): https://amzn.to/2ntJvhG ► Favourite Telephoto: https://amzn.to/2vy3lwU ► Take everywhere cam: https://amzn.to/2P0b2Eb ► Action Cam (WATERPROOF) https://amzn.to/2Macjec ► Audio Setup (GREAT for clear voice): https://amzn.to/2MgzYJc ► Memory Card (for 4K footage): https://amzn.to/2OZrOTO ► Editing Computer (SUPER FAST): https://amzn.to/2M9nIuD ► Main External Hard Drive: https://amzn.to/2OXr4P3 ► Main SSD Hard Drive: https://amzn.to/2OZOyTS ► How I Access The Internet ANYWHERE: https://amzn.to/2vv0TY3 ► MUSIC I USE (Great For YouTubers): http://bit.ly/FoodRangerMusic ►BEST VPN FOR CHINA (ACCESS YOUTUBE): http://bit.ly/AccessYouTubeinChina ► MERCH AVAILABLE HERE: https://shop.bonfire.com/thefoodranger/ Thanks so much for watching all of my Moroccan street food tour videos! ► AND THANKS SO MUCH TO TEMPORARYFOREVERS: check them out here: https://temporaryforevers.com/ ► My Food Blog: https://www.thefoodranger.com/
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A Camera Floating Among The Crowd. Walking Tour of Real Marrakech — Morocco Africa Video Walk. The traveler sees what he sees. A tourist, sees what he has come to see. Welcome to the non touristic area of Marrakech, Morocco. Today we are walking in an area called Bab Doukkala Market. In sharp contrast to the popular Djemaa El-Fna, this it's a real life market used by locals. Let's walk to discover the true colors and secret soul of Marrakech, one of the four Royal Cities of the Kingdom of Morocco. Popular Now: MARRAKECH, Morocco — Video Walk Morocco Walking Tour Walking Bab Doukkala Travel to Morocco in 4K There are three very distinctive areas in Marrakesh: one is the Old Medina (old city) where most tourist are. The second area is Ville Nouvelle or Gueliz and it belong to the modern Marrakesh with some European style and the third area is where locals buy things like spices, chicken, fruits, clothes, etc. Marrakech it's a city to be explored so, If you wanna walk, everything can be seen on foot but a GPS is key. Walking In Marrakech المملكة المغربية Walking Tour Marrakesh Best of Morocco This is a great area to understand better the traditional old culture of this country. Can be quite intimidating at first but, embrace the madness, relax and enjoy this fascinating place where you can buy anything you want and try all the foods. Remember, sellers usually start with a ridiculous price because they expect to bargain with you. This is a new experience on all the senses, the noise, smells and sights, the narrow passageways, the pollution from the motor scooters. It's wonderful! Remember to have an open mind! Free walking tour Marrakech Walking in The Medina Hidden Secret Marrakech Morocco Africa Video Walk Real Marrakech Street Walk 4K Get lost! Wanna Walk goal is to inspire and help people to travel more and better. The world needs more travelers and less tourists. Morocco is a contradictory place: richness & poverty, West & East, old and modern, everything living together. After a shocking first impression, relax and get ready to walk to explore all the secrets of Marrakech. Most searched: Wanna Walk 4K Walk Old Medina Walking the Real Marrakech Moroccans are a mix of Berbers, Amazigh, Arabs and Moors people. During the centuries Morocco develop its life around the Medina. Marrakech is one of the oldest cities in Morocco with about 1000 years of empires, conquerors, trades and history. What to see in Marrakesh Marrakech City Around Walk Walking Tour of Old Marrakech مراكش Murrākuš Virtual Walks Marrakech Walking Tour of Real Marrakech How do you say it: Marrakech or Marrakesh? Don’t worry, both are okay! Marrakech Morocco in 4K by Wanna Walk - The common English spelling is "Marrakesh" and "Marrakech" in French is also widely used. I was told that the name Marrakech comes from the words amur kush which means "The Land of God." This is the third largest city in Morocco with less population than Casablanca and Fez. The city lies near of the Atlas Mountains and it's pretty close to the Sahara Desert. Be sure to also visit the square of Jemaa El-Fna is very popular, in particular in the Marrakech's night. Lovely atmosphere at night in Gueliz, vibrant and very safe. What’s New? Walking In Morocco Morocco Walking Tour Guide Visiting Djemaa El-Fna Rue Bab Doukkala Market Virtual Walking Tour The markets of Marrakech (Souks or suuqs) close to Place Djemaa El-Fna offers almost anything, from souvenirs to spices, tea pots, tanginess, shoes, and much more. Being a foreigner means you'll pay more. The Koutoubia Mosque is right besides Djemaa El-Fna. The minaret of the mosque very popular and visible from almost all the city. As with most mosques in Morocco, non-Muslims are not allowed inside. Most Watched: Video Walk MARRAKESH 4K Marrakech walking tours Watch Virtual Walks Treadmill City virtual travel tour Walking Around Marrakech Marrakesh, Morocco, was just named the most popular travel destination in the world by TripAdvisor’s users. Marrakesh, Morocco, took the 1st spot on the list of best places to visit this year. Please like, subscribe and share with your friends. That helps to create more content like this! #morocco #marrakech #walkingtour #videowalks youtube.com/WannaWalk
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Think Moroccan summers, and land at this refreshing drink. Simply, brew some NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® Marrakech tea and mix it up with all things cool, for an exhilarating experience, that makes you sigh with relief. Discover more deliciousness on https://www.dolcegusto-me.com/recipes
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Titolo: Il Tea a Marrakech Autore: Petra Colombo Protagonista: Preparazione del tea Descrizone: Mani che arrivano da lontano, dal Marocco, per versarci un tea. Segui il progetto Hands su www.kairostudio.it/hands e sulla pagina Facebook di Studio Kairòs https://www.facebook.com/kairostudio Hands è il primo Social Movie Italiano interamente dedicato alle mani.
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Served in the elegant dining room, on the terrace, or in the garden under the shade of 100 years old olive trees, the atmosphere of the Royal Mansour tea time takes a new and stylish turn, saturdays starting from November 2015 Fashionistas are invited to take English-style tea with a chic twist. As guests enjoy tea and petits fours, they will be treated to a fashion show, featuring exquisitely crafted gowns and kaftans from the collections of talented Moroccan designers. Tea time has never been so trendy. Served from 4.30pm to 6.30pm 450 MAD per person
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MOROCCO - Marrakech Tea Break at Vodka Bar | Morocco Travel - Vacation, Tourism, Holidays
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18 January 2011 We are about to enjoy a cup of mint tea at our Riad. The drinking of mint tea in Morocco is more than just consuming a refreshing drink, it is a custom and ritual. Everywhere you go, you can smell the delicious aroma of mint. As a visitor, you are offered mint tea everywhere, in shops, the Souks, in cafes and restaurants. The tea is poured from a great height to produce a foamy top which is meant to represent the turban of a Sheik.
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A Camera Floating Among The Crowd. Walking Around The Modern Area of Marrakech Gueliz in 4K by Wanna Walk. A real traveler needs a holistic view of a city so in sharp contrast to the Marrakech medina area, Gueliz it's a must see to get a better idea of how Morocco's really is. This is where the modern Morocco citizens like spend time. As you may know, there are two very distinctive areas in Marrakesh: one is the Old Medina (old city) and the new Marrakesh, which is a kinda European style district called Ville Nouvelle or Gueliz. If you wanna walk, everything can be seen on foot but a GPS is key. Popular Now: MARRAKECH, Morocco — Video Walk Morocco 4K Walking Tour Walking In Modern Marrakech المملكة المغربية Walking Tour Marrakesh It was an a surprise to find the modern part of Marrakech because it linked modernity with tradition. Beautiful buildings respecting Arabic architecture painted with Marroquin traditional colors, shapes, balconies (re-inventing the Jewish characteristic of the Medina), etc. Large avenues, gardens full of beautiful and exotic plants, flowers and trees, imposing squares, lovely fountains but above all a very cosmopolitan atmosphere. If you know other Moroccan towns or even other African towns, you will be positively surprised by the organization, cleanness, security and diversity of Marrakech Ville Nouvelle or Gueliz it's the complete opposite to old Marrakech in terms of what the people are like, how they dress, food that's eaten and atmosphere. Worth a visit just to see a new angle. The heart of the new part of Marrakech, the Gueliz region offers an alternative vibe to the traditional and relaxed old medina atmosphere. Here we explore the most unmissable activities in this Moroccan area. Free walking tour Marrakech Walking in The Medina Marrakech Street Walk 4K I must say that this it's not the best of places to go to in Marrakech if you only want to know the tradicional old culture but, after a few days, the Marrakech Old Medina may overwhelm you. Yes, it's beautiful and nostalgic and there are tons of things to see and but, you may need a break. Who doesn't? This area its just a few minutes away the Medina Souks and it's more relaxed. You will find a more western style of life with coffee stores and shops. Most people speak English, French, Spanish and of course, Arabic. This is the place where you find essentials things like water, groceries, SIM cards, Zara Store, H&M, Starbucks and even Mcdonalds. Although Gueliz its modern and cosmopolitan, you feel you still in Africa. Very modern buildings, nice shops and restaurants, very lively neighbourhood. Most searched: Wanna Walk 4K Walk Old Medina Marrakech Gueliz Walk What to see in Marrakesh Virtual Walks Marrakech This area it's completely different from the Medina and closer to the feeling of big cities around the world. Interesting to see how Moroccan culture applies to a modern environment. Give yourself a pause from these chaotic narrow streets and dust from the Old Medina. Jemaa el Fna is not far from Gueliz. You can just walk, it's close and pretty safe. Anyway a 5 euro taxi can ride you there. New town is part of the Marrakech culture too and you'll be close to the action and culture. How do you say it: Marrakech or Marrakesh? Don’t worry, both are okay! Marrakech Morocco in 4K by Wanna Walk - The common English spelling is "Marrakesh" and "Marrakech" in French is also widely used. I was told that the name Marrakech comes from the words amur kush which means "The Land of God." This is the third largest city in Morocco with less population than Casablanca and Fez. The city lies near of the Atlas Mountains and it's pretty close to the Sahara Desert. Be sure to also visit the square of Jemaa El-Fna is very popular, in particular in the Marrakech's night. Lovely atmosphere at night in Gueliz, vibrant and safe. Much more fun to stay in Gueliz and then dip in and out of the medina. What’s New? Walking In Morocco Morocco Walking Tour Guide Visiting Djemaa El-Fna Marrakech City Around Walk Walking Tour of Modern Marrakech مراكش Murrākuš The markets of Marrakech (Souks or suuqs) close to Place Djemaa El-Fna offers almost anything, from souvenirs to spices, tea pots, tanginess, shoes, and much more. Being a foreigner means you'll pay more. The Koutoubia Mosque is right besides Djemaa El-Fna. The minaret of the mosque very popular and visible from almost all the city. As with most mosques in Morocco, non-Muslims are not allowed inside. Most Watched: Video Walk MARRAKESH 4K Marrakech walking tours City virtual travel tour Walking Around Marrakesh Please like, subscribe and share with your friends. That helps to create more content like this! #morocco #marrakech #walkingtour #videowalks youtube.com/WannaWalk
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NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® MARRAKESH STYLE TEA Vuoi aggiungere un po' di mistero alla tua giornata? Immergiti nel meraviglioso mondo di Marrakesh Style Tea, la nuova bevanda NESCAFÉ® Dolce Gusto® dal gusto saporito e rinfrescante. Il calore intenso del tè verde, unito al piacevole respiro dell'aroma naturale di menta e arricchito da una nota zuccherata, renderà magica e speciale ogni tua pausa. Confezione da 16 capsule per preparare 16 tazze.
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Marrakech (Marrakesh) is chaotic, loud and wonderful. We spent 2 days there, walking around seeing the sites. enjoy the mint tea, but ask for little or no sugar, otherwise it will come with 3 heaping spoonfuls. Also, drink the natural orange juice, it's delicious! Our Riad - airbnb.com/rooms/1710114?s=51 Hamam Spa Medina Spa 9:00 am-9:00 pm with booking confirmation Quartier Kennaria, Derb Zaari No. 27 Marrakech - Medina Tel 00212(0)524385059 www.medina-spa-marrakech.com email:[email protected] I would appreciate your support by using any of the following codes or donating to help me produce more content. My UBER code: igort1083ue My Airbnb code: goo.gl/VyLpyP (use this link to get $33 credit on Airbnb booking) Donate via PayPal: paypal.me/Igortravelstheworld Sponsor me on Patreon: patreon.com/IgorTochilnikov Use my Booking.com link to earn $20: goo.gl/2YPSbX Music - DIZARO - soundcloud.com/dizarofr/tracks Song - U Know Amarià - soundcloud.com/amariamusique/tracks Song - La Vallée Du Rêveur
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(17 Jan 2010) Marrakech, Morocco 10th December 2009 1. Various main mosque Marrakech, Morocco 11th December 2009 2. Wide shot woman being served tea in courtyard 3. Close up of tea being poured into cup 4. Close up of woman drinking 5. Various of the inner courtyard of the Dar Sara showing pool with rose petals, seating area. Pan of orange trees 6. Set-up for Abdelatif Ait Ben Abdallahi talking with employee at the riad 7. SOUNDBITE: (French) Abdelatif Ait Ben Abdallahi, General Director of a riad consortium "At the moment you could say that sales have stagnated. There are fewer sales. The prices in the medina haven''t gone down much because people are aware that they''ve got a piece of our architectural history in their hands. It''s not like that outside the medina where prices have really gone down." Marrakech, Morocco, 11th December 2009 8. Set-up for Zeinab Ghoti, Riad Sales Consultant 9. Close up of lamp 10.SOUNDBITE: (English) Zeinab Ghoti, Riad Sales Consultant "In the early 90s when this attraction to riads happened it was especially the French who came here, because of the language and all that it was easier for them. So they came here and bought lots of riads from Moroccans who didn''t have enough money to restore them and to maintain them. I don''t think all of them wanted, I their hearts, to sell their family house but in a way they were obliged." Marrakech, Morocco, 12th December 2009 11. Various of interior of riad Marrakech, Morocco, 11th December 2009 12.SOUNDBITE: (English) Zeinab Ghoti, Riad Sales Consultant "If the boom is over, it''s not really a problem because it will help people to come back to Morocco even if they don''t come to buy and make a profit off riads. They will come at least to stay in a riad because all the French people and foreign people who came and bought riads here they refurbished them as a guest house." Marrakech, Morocco, 10th December 2009 13. Wide of man walking into Hotel du Tresor 14. Close up of Hotel du Tresor sign 15. Wide and pan of courtyard interior of riad Hotel du Tresor showing orange trees 16. Various of man scattering rose petals in the central pool of the riad 17. Close up of rose petals on water 18. Various of roof terrace of riad Hotel du Tresor 19. Set-up for Adriano Pirani, owner of the riad Hotel du Tresor 20. Roof detail 21. SOUNDBITE (Italian) Adriano Pirani, owner of the riad Hotel du Tresor "10 years ago when I and other Europeans decided to buy houses here, we had money that couldn''t purchase the equivalent in Europe. So we spent it here on places that were for sale. This allowed the Moroccans living here to afford new houses outside the old town and to change their old way of life for something new. I call this swapping values." 22.Various exteriors of the upper floors of the riad Hotel du Tresor 23. Various of a room in the riad Hotel du Tresor furnished and decorated in an Art Deco style 24. Various of roof terrace detail at riad Hotel du Tresor 25. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Adriano Pirani, owner of the riad Hotel du Tresor "There are too many riads at the moment in Marrakech - compared with demand. There''s also other types of accommodation - hotels and apartments. The problem is that there are a lot of riads on sale. The word is that there are 200 on sale in the medina. With an oversupply sales have now almost come to a standstill." 26. Various of a riad bathroom 27. Various of a riad bedroom 28. Various of views across the rooftops of the old city of Marrakech LEADIN: Riads, the family courtyard houses that were built within the old city, or medina of Marrakech, were in great demand during the 1990s and early 2000s. Foreign buyers snapped up these traditional homes at low prices and did them up. STORYLINE: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/feb3c9fb906670e0e362a0f7fcb919f2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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