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... However it didn't take long before we stopped appreciating it. We had to travel across the second highest peak in Morocco and therefore their windiest road. This was an unforgiving experience as it took about half an hour each side of the peak. We did break for lunch and visit to an Argan cooperative where were shown the production of the famous Moroccan Oil. Even after a delicious Tajine of lamb and prune lunch it was a struggle to get back in the car beause we knew what ...
... I must go on one more day
You’re just a memory to tuck away
Ten thousand towns up ahead it’s my destiny
I don’t know why I roam
Just a man without a him
Encounters along the road they are testing me
A man with weather face and most teeth missing says “we didn’t have much rain this year
I’m going to your land to feed ...
... 8212;and I don’t even know if Brahim is there or not.
But first things first: let’s connect the hikes. Up ahead is the little cluster of three houses, all by themselves on the rocky slopes, a sight which inspired and baffled me on my last trip. Now I just need to walk a few kilometres back to Tamzrit to the spot where I first tried to hike to Amzrit, but gave up and turned around. As I walk, I soak in the rugged solitude of this ...
... little section above everything else and relaxed with our coffee and nuts.
A Kasbah incidentally, besides something to be rocked in a Clash song, is a fortified home built for the ruling family of a tribal village. A Ksar is a fortified tribal village within which one finds a Kasbah. They are massive structures built out of the mud-clay of the river banks and can be found throughout the southern valleys of Morocco. The seasonal rains wash off some of ...
... where I was going, I burst into tears because I'm really out in the bled (the word for the very rural areas). But I went and I loved it. And two days after I arrived, the town got electricity which I am incredibly grateful for. There is so much work to do. There are many issues, but I need to understand my community better before I go about trying to take initiative. Development or attempting to aid development is a facilitation process-not dumping ...