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Travel Blogs from Taroudant
... had the liveliest donkey! The others were friendly and probably tired out too. The berber lady who brought my donkey along had both hands painted with henna. If they have their feet painted too it means they are unmarried (i think its that way round) More sweet mint tea to finish. We then saw the things the girls were wishing for - goats climbing trees. The shepherds walk around the open Argan forests with their goats and a 'goat' dog. ...
... petite taxi to the station which exactly what I wanted, happy days.
I rocked into the station at 9.30, the lady at CTM told me to hurry a bus was just about to leave and there was only that bus for the day, made it by the skin of my teeth and paid exactly 35 dirham!
I had booked accommodation in Dar Randigaba for a couple of days. A lovely bloke called Said runs it. He met me at the bus station and arranged for my bag and ...
Day 095: 7 hours, 6.5 kms
Day Total: 16 hrs, 13.1 kms
Revisit: Oulad Teima, Morocco
First visit: April, 1997
Overview: Didn't actually come to the town, but my landlord took me to the nearby farm country, where we sat on the floor and drank tea in typical rural Moroccan fashion… and then went to watch the workers threshing the wheat. One of my first up close glimpses of farm life in Morocco.
... to stay the night, and with what Elhousein has been telling me of how distrustful people are in this region, I’m not sure I’d want to end up there at night with no place to stay. So I’m going to scratch off Tamarut from my list of "must revisit" villages. If I make it back there someday,fine, if not, fine.
Up above Assaka the valley gets wider and more fertile. Elhousein points to a house ...
... being undetected. Perhaps even some of the guys working on the dam could moonlight as criminals… I’m sure having all these outsiders affects people’s sense of security.
I wonder how folks feel about this dam being built in their region—especially folks upstream who won’t benefit in the least from it. All irrigation water from it will go down to the Taroudant plains. Not ...