Dar Raha Zagora
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"The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it." (Rudyard Kipling)
Only about 200 km (incl. deviations) across difficult grounds today all the way to Zagora. On the road at 8 am, we left Ouarzazate via the Skoura palm grove driving off piste to enjoy authentic Morocco in all its pride and beauty.
... and rode the remainder of the journey with them. It was a little tricky trying take photos at times...but I managed to get a few great shots.
The ride took us an hour to get to the camp which was long enough, the camp was over a last sand dune climb, it looked pretty cool from afar. getting off the beasts was about as entertaining as getting on them. Our legs felt wobbly and our rear ends were not that happy either. Jaoid escorted us to our tent to get settled ...
... live simply, I haven't experienced the level of poverty anywhere here I've seen other places (Mexico, Costa Rica, Belize). This is the first time on the trip that I had a sense of that.After leaving this area, we (finally) made it to our hotel after a long day of traveling. (We left our Berber camp this morning at 8:00 AM, and reached our hotel at 6:00 PM. Ugh.) It seems like tonight is Shannon's turn to catch the sickness I had last night, so we're going to call it an early ...
... went on around me such as 'What does the FSA actually do?', 'Who else from the 70s and 80s could be on the 'Jimmy Savile' list?' and 'How many different talking Jaz dolls can we think up to relay his rude catch phrases to the rest of the world?'. Back to blisters.....in a minute.
By now there had been a revolt in camp. A revolting revolt I'm afraid. Yes we're back to bowels. It had been suggested by a majority of ladies that one of the 3 'toilet' tents bear ...
... riverbed on the other side. It’s one of Morocco’s infamous “one lane” highways which means two oncoming vehicles play a game of chicken to see who will pull off the road at the last minute to avoid a collision. It seems unwritten rules are: small car gives way to bigger car. Newer car gives way to beat up old car. And sane driver gives way to crazy driver.
And my driver? Well, he’s crazy. Or at ...