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- Swimming pool
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... gorge and arriving in Ourzazate.
- Dades gorge is biggest valley in morocco.
- Saw plenty of great landscapes, desert, rocky mountains and really unique rock formations – French called them the ape feet. Photo
- Drove through the Palmeries in Skoura which looked a bit like ancient Egypt. It was an oasis in the middle of the desert – with the mountains in the background. No bitumen ...
... long before the sun could affect things. As before, the views were superb if a little hazy. For the first time, we managed to see our ultimate goal, Mt. Toubkal. There was a bit of a breeze at the top so we didn’t hang around long. The descent took us back down to the same level we started at but was more challenging than the ascent because of the amount of scree. It was very difficult to keep our footing and everyone fell over at least once including ...
... dip in various sauces, which were quite yummy. But there was also a porridge type thing that was sloppy and quite disgusting. Moroccan tea was also served which, since the main ingredient is mint, I also didn't really enjoy. I was definitely glad that I had eaten breakfast at home. We then continued the drive and while I was listening to my iPod I decided to show everyone some classic Australian rock so we listened to Khe Sanh and ...
... if the same thing happened to Liz. When she caught up to me, the look on her face confirmed that it had. We knew better than to make a fuss at airport security, especially in a place where such behaviour seemed to be par for the course and consequently, a place we were ready to leave.
The minute we stepped on board, the spell was broken and we were invisible once again in our own culture. We didn't know ...
... landed in Morocco, I was expecting a smorgasboard of exotic foods, intoxicating spices and culinary delights. Instead all I got were the same 3 dishes everywhere we went. We’d have a tagine for one meal, couscous for another and keftas for the third option. A tagine is a meat dish that is slow cooked in a special tagine bowl with vegetables. The couscous is semolina wheat that is moistened and rolled into fine grains. The grains are usually steamed and ...