Results for: maoris Search Results
Family Filter:
0:46
Cheap flights to New Zealand here at Faremachine you will get the topmost deals on booking the flights to New Zealand. There is the verdant retreat in southern hemisphere the island country of New Zealand is being an enchanting combination of the man-made beauty and natural realms. The captivating blend of Maori and European cultures, charming cities and astounding natural wonders will be called as the highlights of your trip to this country. It is advisable that you don't miss this great opportunity of grabbing the maximum discounts at the faremachine by calling at 1855-924-9497.
11 Jan 2017
29
Share Video

1:30
Discovering new worlds and cultures is part of the fun for slot game players, and in Maori by Endorphina you will get a unique chance to travel to the other side of the planet and visit the beautiful islands of New Zealand.
6 Jan 2017
49
Share Video

2:01
Los Mejores Tatuajes De Maories, Diseños De Tatuajes De Maories, Fotos de tatuajes de maoríes en el brazo, espalda, pecho, muslo, pierna, etc. Para que pueda explorar más tatuajes y diseños de maoríes visita aquí: http://mejorestatuajes.com/
16 Oct 2012
607
Share Video

3:01
click here: http://www.tattooarttoday.com Vew the hottest girls and tattoos designs visit, http://www.tattooarttoday.com PLUS get a free subscription to one of the hottest tattoo magazines around valued at over $120!! tattoo girls tattoo girls tattoo girl http://www.tattooarttoday.com tattoo designs tattoo pictures tribal tattoos tattoo gallery cross tattoos temporary tattoos tattoo ideas lower back tattoos butterfly tattoos dragon tattoo tribal tattoo designs butterfly tattoo angel tattoo chinese tattoo star tattoos lower back tattoo celtic tattoo back tattoo designs tattoo galleries body tattoo rose tattoos tattoo lettering flower tattoo butterfly tattoo designs tattoo designs for lower back japanese tattoo fairy tattoo tattoo designs pictures tattoos design tribal gallery cross temporary ideas lower back butterfly dragon angel chinese star celtic pics galleries tatoo body rose lettering flower japanese fairy own images skull symbols drawings your studios stencils tatto my stars small women henna cool maori graphics idea foot dragonfly koi tatoos sun designing fish name online ankle arm cat music italian hawaiian sleeve eagle dolphin picture shooting egyptian memorial military moon traditional native american neck new popular polynesian scorpion horse custom cute girls christian feminine girl lily heart black and white bird best kanji aztec gallerys armband wolf letter shoulder lion gothic websites patriotic original old school turtle asian
6 Oct 2012
4550
Share Video

2:16
Boy
Boy, onze ans, habite dans un village maori avec sa grand-mère, son petit frère Rocky, et une tribu de cousins. Il vit dans un monde imaginaire, est fan de Michael Jackson et de son nouveau tube "Thriller". L'autre héros de Boy est Alamein, père absent que le jeune garçon imagine tantôt en samouraï maori, tantôt en star du rugby ou encore en intime du roi de la Pop. Après sept ans d’absence, lorsque Alamein rentre à la maison, Boy va devoir confronter ses rêves à la réalité...
15 Sep 2012
155
Share Video

4:57
Experiencing New Zealand's indigenous Māori culture first hand is one of the main reasons visitors come to Aotearoa, but there's a lot more to it than the legendary haka. Māoritanga or Māori culture has a defining influence on Kiwi culture, is unique to the world and deserves special consideration.
23 Apr 2012
195
Share Video

1:32
http://www.nicaralodge.co.nz Nicara Lakeside Lodge 30 Ranginui Street, Rotorua 3010 Ph: 07-357 2105. 5 Star Luxury Accommodation on the shore of Lake Rotorua, Rotorua New Zealand for maori cultural enthusiasts. This video shows footage of geothermal attractions around our Lake Rotorua Boutique Bed & Breakfast. http://www.nicaralodge.co.nz
18 Nov 2011
114
Share Video

1:14
http://www.nicaralodge.co.nz Nicara Lakeside Lodge 30 Ranginui Street, Rotorua 3010 Ph: 07-357 2105. 5 Star Luxury Accommodation on the shore of Lake Rotorua, Rotorua New Zealand for maori cultural enthusiasts. This video shows footage of volcanic scenic flights around our Lake Rotorua Boutique Bed & Breakfast. http://www.nicaralodge.co.nz
18 Nov 2011
137
Share Video

1:28
http://www.nicaralodge.co.nz Nicara Lakeside Lodge 30 Ranginui Street, Rotorua 3010 Ph: 07-357 2105. 5 Star Luxury Accommodation on the shore of Lake Rotorua, Rotorua New Zealand for maori cultural enthusiasts. This video shows footage of our 5 Star Luxury Lake Rotorua Boutique Bed & Breakfast. http://www.nicaralodge.co.nz
18 Nov 2011
123
Share Video

4:02
Nana Mouskouri (Greek: Nάνα Μούσχουρη), born Ioánna Moúschouri (Greek: Ιωάννα Μούσχουρη) on October 13, 1934, in Chania, Crete, Greece, is a Greek singer who has sold nearly 400 million records worldwide in a career spanning over five decades, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time.[1][2] She was known as Nána to her friends and family as a child. (Note that in Greek her surname is pronounced with the stress on the first syllable - MOOS-hoo-ree - rather than the second.) She has recorded songs in many languages, including Greek, French, English, German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Hebrew, Welsh, Mandarin Chinese and Maori. Harold George "Harry" Belafonte, Jr. (originally "Belafonete"; born March 1, 1927) is an American singer, songwriter, actor and social activist. He was dubbed the "King of Calypso" – a title which he was very reluctant to accept (according to the documentary Calypso Dreams) – for popularizing the Caribbean musical style with an international audience in the 1950s. Belafonte is perhaps best known for singing the "Banana Boat Song," with its signature lyric "Day-O." Marvelous duet,indeed:)
8 Sep 2011
184
Share Video

0:37
http://www.LiveRugbyChannel.tk - CRAZY! In New Zealand rugby fans are counting down to the start of the Rugby World Cup which begins on Friday and springing up all over New Zealand, are flash mobs - groups of people who get together to put on some kind of performance in public places without any warning. The mobs are performing the Haka - the traditional Maori dance - performed by New Zealand's All Blacks. Watch Rugby World Cup 2011 Live Stream Online at http://www.LiveRugbyChannel.tk
7 Sep 2011
290
Share Video

0:37
http://www.LiveRugbyChannel.tk - CRAZY! In New Zealand rugby fans are counting down to the start of the Rugby World Cup which begins on Friday and springing up all over New Zealand, are flash mobs - groups of people who get together to put on some kind of performance in public places without any warning. The mobs are performing the Haka - the traditional Maori dance - performed by New Zealand's All Blacks. Watch Rugby World Cup 2011 Live Stream Online at ===> http://www.LiveRugbyChannel.tk
6 Sep 2011
170
Share Video

3:31
Http://www.craftme.co CraftMe.co- NZ FREE Fine Arts & Crafts Artwork Gallery- Art Centre- Artists Design, Maori Art History, Art Supply, Crafting Supplies, Kids Art & Craft Ideas CraftMe art and craft you can find auctions for Decorative arts, handicrafts, arts and crafts: Textile: Banner-making, Canvas work, Cross-stitch, Crocheting, Curve stitching, Embroidery, Felting, Friendship bracelet, Knitting, Lace-making, Lucet, Macrame, Millinery, Needlepoint, needlework, Patchwork, Quilting, Ribbon embroidery, Rug hooking, Rug making, Sewing, Shoemaking, Spinning (textiles), String art, Tapestry, Tatting, Tie-dye, WeavingPaper: Bookbinding, Calligraphy, Cardmaking, Card Modelling, Collage, Decoupage, Embossing, Iris folding, Marbling, Origami, Kirigami, Paper toys, Papercraft, Papier-mâché, Scrapbooking, Stamping, WallpaperWood: Cabinet making, Carpentry, Chip carving, Ébéniste, Fretwork, Intarsia, Marquetry, Wood burning, Wood carving, WoodturningCeramic: Azulejo, Bone china, Cameo glass, Earthenware, Glassware, Porcelain, Pottery, Stained glass, StonewareMetal: Other arts and crafts :Jewellery, Silversmithing, Assemblage, Beadwork, Bone carving, Doll making, Dollhouse, Egg decorating, Engraved gems, Hardstone carving, Lathart, Lapidary, Leatherworking, Miniatures, Micromosaic, Mosaic, Pietra dura, Pressed flower craft, Scrimshaw, Straw marquetry- CraftMe New Zealand Arts and crafts From Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia CraftMe art and craft you can find auctions for Decorative arts, handicrafts, arts and crafts: Textile: Banner-making, Canvas work, Cross-stitch, Crocheting, Curve stitching, Embroidery, Felting, Friendship bracelet, Knitting, Lace-making, Lucet, Macrame, Millinery, Needlepoint, needlework, Patchwork, Quilting, Ribbon embroidery, Rug hooking, Rug making, Sewing, Shoemaking, Spinning (textiles), String art, Tapestry, Tatting, Tie-dye, WeavingPaper: Bookbinding, Calligraphy, Cardmaking, Card Modelling, Collage, Decoupage, Embossing, Iris folding, Marbling, Origami, Kirigami, Paper toys, Papercraft, Papier-mâché, Scrapbooking, Stamping, WallpaperWood: Cabinet making, Carpentry, Chip carving, Ébéniste, Fretwork, Intarsia, Marquetry, Wood burning, Wood carving, WoodturningCeramic: Azulejo, Bone china, Cameo glass, Earthenware, Glassware, Porcelain, Pottery, Stained glass, StonewareMetal: Other arts and crafts :Jewellery, Silversmithing, Assemblage, Beadwork, Bone carving, Doll making, Dollhouse, Egg decorating, Engraved gems, Hardstone carving, Lathart, Lapidary, Leatherworking, Miniatures, Micromosaic, Mosaic, Pietra dura, Pressed flower craft, Scrimshaw, Straw marquetry- CraftMe New Zealand Arts and crafts From Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia CraftMe art and craft you can find auctions for Decorative arts, handicrafts, arts and crafts: Textile: Banner-making, Canvas work, Cross-stitch, Crocheting, Curve stitching, Embroidery, Felting, Friendship bracelet, Knitting, Lace-making, Lucet, Macrame, Millinery, Needlepoint, needlework, Patchwork, Quilting, Ribbon embroidery, Rug hooking, Rug making, Sewing, Shoemaking, Spinning (textiles), String art, Tapestry, Tatting, Tie-dye, WeavingPaper: Bookbinding, Calligraphy, Cardmaking, Card Modelling, Collage, Decoupage, Embossing, Iris folding, Marbling, Origami, Kirigami, Paper toys, Papercraft, Papier-mâché, Scrapbooking, Stamping, WallpaperWood: Cabinet making, Carpentry, Chip carving, Ébéniste, Fretwork, Intarsia, Marquetry, Wood burning, Wood carving, WoodturningCeramic: Azulejo, Bone china, Cameo glass, Earthenware, Glassware, Porcelain, Pottery, Stained glass, StonewareMetal: Other arts and crafts :Jewellery, Silversmithing, Assemblage, Beadwork, Bone carving, Doll making, Dollhouse, Egg decorating, Engraved gems, Hardstone carving, Lathart, Lapidary, Leatherworking, Miniatures, Micromosaic, Mosaic, Pietra dura, Pressed flower craft, Scrimshaw, Straw marquetry- CraftMe New Zealand Arts and crafts From Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia CraftMe art and craft you can find auctions for Decorative arts, handicrafts, arts and crafts: Textile: Banner-making, Canvas work, Cross-stitch, Crocheting, Curve stitching, Embroidery, Felting, Friendship bracelet, Knitting, Lace-making, Lucet, Macrame, Millinery, Needlepoint, needlework, Patchwork, Quilting, Ribbon embroidery, Rug hooking, Rug making, Sewing, Shoemaking, Spinning (textiles), String art, Tapestry, Tatting, Tie-dye, WeavingPaper: Bookbinding, Calligraphy, Cardmaking, Card Modelling, Collage, Decoupage, Embossing, Iris folding, Marbling, Origami, Kirigami, Paper toys, Papercraft, Papier-mâché, Scrapbooking, Stamping, WallpaperWood: Cabinet making, Carpentry, Chip carving, Ébéniste, Fretwork, Intarsia, Marquetry, Wood burning, Wood carving, WoodturningCeramic: Azulejo, Bone china, Cameo glass, Earthenware, Glassware, Porcelain, Pottery, Stained glass, StonewareMetal: Other arts and crafts :Jewellery, Silversmithing, Assemblage, Beadwork, Bone carving, Doll making, Dollhouse, Egg decorating, Engraved gems, Hardstone carving, Lathart, Lapidary, Leatherworking, Miniatures, Micromosaic, Mosaic, Pietra dura, Pressed flower craft, Scrimshaw, Straw marquetry- CraftMe New Zealand Arts and crafts From Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia
26 Aug 2011
282
Share Video

1:05
Born into the world during a torrential rain storm, fraternal twins Gage and Talon Thorn derived from an ancient prophecy foretelling the birth of two brothers with enormous powers. Their mother, Jacquelyn, was gifted with special talents as well but tragedy strikes the family and the boys’ ordinary father, Gable, is forced to raise the twins on his own. Despair and sadness lead the single father to leave the only home he has known and begin a new life far away from the surroundings that remind him of his wife. Gable has hired a spunky nanny by the name of Leia who descends from a long line of Maori people from New Zealand and the source of Gable’s decision to venture to a far off country. She, along with her quirky uncle Maui, take part in helping to raise the young boys and guide them through the difficulties of learning to control their powers. Growing up on a secluded ranch, the twins’ strange upbringing of primordial fighting techniques provided by their protector Maui, prepares them for a lifestyle of perplexing events and dangerous encounters, but limited mystical experience enhances the need to add another expert to their repertoire. Pateek, an elder of the Maori tribe, has agreed to teach the boys about their unique skills and engages in the role of spiritual guide until the two of them understand the enormity of the elements and what they are capable of. Gage and Talon exert themselves into perfecting their talents and solidify the strong bond between brothers to create an impenetrable shield of protection around one another. Soon a dark and evil force named Maradati learns of the duo and is determined to obliterate their existence in order to dominate the earth realm and enslave the human population for his own use. Maradati knows that he must kill the brothers for they are the only obstacles that stand in his way. Several attempts on their lives and the lives of their family put the young men on edge and their senses on overload. Portal travel and euphoric realms blur the lines between reality and fantasy further complicating the young boys’ lives as they learn to coexist with creatures and beings from other worlds while still having a handle on the special elemental powers given to them through birthright. Human existence and future generations depend on the brothers’ strength. The world holds its breath as we place our faith in the hands of two young teens.
6 Jun 2011
167
Share Video

0:08
CraftMe.co- NZ FREE Fine Arts & Crafts Artwork Gallery- Art Centre- Artists Design, Maori Art History, Art Supply, Crafting Supplies, Kids Art & Craft Ideas- CraftMe.co paper is a world of craft markets in auckland new zealand. Arts and crafts contain a variety of activities and hobbies that are related to making items with one s hands and skill. Handicraft or "traditional crafts" and some other crafts have been practised for centuries of crafts which were originally practised in a very small geographic area, such as Auckland, New Zealand. Most crafts require a mixture of skill, speed, and patience, but they can also be learnt on a more basic level by virtually every kid. Many community centres and schools run evening or day classes and workshops offering to teach basic craft skills in a short period of time. Many of these crafts become extremely popular for brief periods of time (a few months, or a few years), spreading rapidly among the crafting population as everyone emulates the first examples. "Arts and crafts" also refers to the Arts and Crafts Movement, a late 19th century design reform and social movement. Its proponents were encouraged by the ideals of William Morris and John Ruskin, who proposed that in pre-industrial societies, such as the European Middle Ages, people had achieved achievement through the creative process of handicrafts. This was held up in contrast to what was perceived to be the alienating effects of manufacturing labour.Many art and craft activities were professions under the guild system. Young people were apprenticed to a master-craftsman, and they refined their skills over a period of years in exchange for low wages. By the time their training was complete, they were well-equipped to set up in trade for themselves, earning their living with the skill that could be traded within the community, often for goods and services. The Industrial Revolution and the increasing mechanisation of production processes gradually reduced or eliminated many of the roles professional craftspeople played, and today crafts are most commonly seen as a form of hobby or art.The term craft also refers to the products of artistic production or creation that require a high degree of technical knowledge, specialized equipment and facilities to produce, involve manual labour or materials with histories that exceed the boundaries of western art history, such as glass, ceramics, textiles, metal and wood. Some audience may perceive crafted objects as art objects when these objects are viewed within an art context, such as in a museums or in art galleries. Types of arts and crafts: There are almost as many variations on the theme of "arts and crafts" as there are crafters with time on their hands, but they can be broken down into a number of categories:Crafts involving textiles: Banner-making, Calligraphy, Canvas work, Cross-stitch, Crocheting, Curve stitching, Embroidery, Felting, Knitting, Lace-making, Lucet, Macrame, Millinery, Needlepoint, Patchwork, Quilting, Ribbon embroidery, Rug making, Sewing, Shoemaking, Spinning (textiles), Spirelli and Scrapbooking, String art, Tapestry, Tatting, T-shirt art, Weaving, Crafts involving wood, metal or clay, Cabinet making: Carpentry, Chip carving, Jewelry, Marquetry, Metalworking, Pottery, Sculpture, Wood burning, Wood turning, Woodworking, FretworkCrafts involving paper or canvas: Paper craft such as: Altered Books, Bookbinding, Cardmaking, Collage, Decoupage, Embossing, Iris Folding, Papermaking, Marbling, Origami, Paper folding, Papier-mâché, Pop-up books, Quilling, Paper Filigree, Paper model, Papercraft, Card modelling, Artist Trading Cards, Calligraphy, Parchment craft, Scrapbooking, Rubber Stamping and Acrylic StampingCrafts involving plants: Basket weaving, Corn dolly making, Floral Design, Pressed flower craft, Straw MarquetryOther crafts: Balloon animal, Beadwork, Doll making, Dollhouse construction, Dollhouse furnishing, Egg decorating, Etching, Glassblowing, Lapidary, Miniatures, Mosaics, Pioneering, Stained glass, Toy making, Polymer clay CraftMe is a growing collection of small quality NZ art and craft online stores, where you can showcase your creations and services in one location, tell more about yourself, accept credit card orders, and invoice your customers directly with your details and logo
9 May 2011
324
Share Video

2:00
http://www.ENBAX.com Body art is sexy! People love our tattoos, for a reason! Get your own, individual tattoo design over at http://www.ENBAX.com! On our site you can find all types of tattoos / tattoo designs you can imagine: Abstract, Angel, Bellybutton, Biker, Bird, Butterfly, Cartoon, Celtic, Chinese, Cross, Devil, Dolphin, Dragon, Eagle, Fairy, Fantasy, Heart, Horse, Insect, Japanese, Lizard, Lower Back, Mermaid, Monster, Patriotic, Religious, Rose, Scorpion, Skull, Snake, Sport, Star, Sun, Symbol, Tiger, Tribal, Various, Women, Zodiac, Native American, Maori, Polynesian, Henna, Zombie, Asian, Weed, Cannabis, Sexy, Belly, Hot, Crazy, Insane, Incredible, Amazing, Awesome, Stunning, Crazy, Weird, Strange, Best, Most, Ever, Warrior, Drugs, Gangster, Bloods, Cribs, Gang, Rapper, Superstar, Model, Movie Star, Rockstar... http://www.ENBAX.com
15 Feb 2011
986
Share Video