Videos tagged with "drive"
Land rover escapes from Elephant in Schotia, South Africa [03:26]
Several people in the Land rover had some scary moments when the Elephant decided to play with their car. The driver of the car is trying to scare the Elephant away by continuously shouting at it. The Elephant eventually only damaged the car, ripping of a light from the side and creating a nice dent. It was a scary but also amazing moment. Schotia delivers you a fantastic experience. No doubt about that.
what fridays look like in studio. [01:19]
Some friends/workmates dance to a friday mix on the afternoon connection - the afternoon drive show at Mdanstane Fm a community rdaio statoin based in East London South africa. and also me laughing (HORRID and LOUD) in the background.
"Where we're going we don't need roads." [04:37]
A lot of the trip consisted of Jurassic Park and Back to the Future quotes. Funny thing when you and someone else have the same over confidence-- you might drive down gravel roads in Africa in a Toyota Corrola until you're almot certain the car is going to shake apart! "Mallory, I know YOU know where we're going but I'm the one driving." "Sssh, no you're not."
South Africa [03:38]
South Africa is a lion, a grape, a flower, a painting and a smile. South Africa stands out among African nations for its sheer diversity. This land of perpetual sunshine offers urbane cities and old-world vineyards, spectacular vistas and thrilling big game drives. It is well endowed with natural attributes such as the fynbos, a botanically rich region known as the "Cape Floral Kingdom" noted for dramatic flowers such as the king protea. Two mighty oceans collide near the Cape of Good Hope, and great graceful sweeps of coastline stand uncrowded and uncluttered. Private game reserves hark back to the era when the land was owned by elephant, leopard, impala and zebra. Malaria-free reserves are ideal for families with young children. Indeed, many of the extraordinary boutique hotels, lodges and inns are genuinely family friendly with specialized programs and activities catering to each family's interests. South Africa is also noted for its ancient rock art and cave paintings created by the original San people and dating back millennia. Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg Park, for example, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is one of just 23 sites worldwide granted this status on the basis of both natural beauty and cultural significance. It has 500 known sites of San rock art. South Africa appeals to the connoisseur who delights in exceptional cuisine, historic architecture, world renowned wines, luxurious railway journeys and outstanding accommodations. From jazz and art galleries ...