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... in a local saffron cooperative (small and uneventful) and a calligraphy shop (closed), before continuing the drive and seeing a much anticipated highlight: goats in trees! The argan tree, which is used for cooking oil, soaps and cosmetics, grows only in this region of Morocco, and the goats have learned to climb high into the argan tree to eat the nuts. Needless to say, we never tired of seeing goats in trees. One goatherd came over to chat and show us argan nuts; ...
... see the gates standing before us, but ten minutes later, we seemed to be just as far away as we had been before.
Eventually, we arrived, with blissful relief, at a paved road. We stopped in the village and reboarded our minivan, beginning our long winding journey back to the greener part of the north. It was a stunning drive, it also granted an unmissable opportunity to catch up on some much needed sleep! We woke up as the bus pulled up in a small bustling town, ...
... almost two hours stalled in this town and had had it. There are oodles of hotels around but we did not want to choose any ol' one. We bee-lined out of town. We didn't want to deal with it. And we couldn't figure out what these guys accomplished by giving us the run around. In all honesty, it probably would have been an interesting stop. But, because we wanted to turn the car into the ...
... 8230; I suddenly feel like my little hike from Tamaloukt to Assaka is nothing compared to exploring I could do way up the mountains… Maybe someday.
But there is something I must still do. There’s no way I can leave Ha Imoules without doing my parkbench concert—even though this may be a difficult concept for Elhusein to understand. I tell him I’d like to find a quiet place to ...
Day 093: 4 hours, 8.0 kms
There's another revisit that I must do, but this one is up in the mountains and I don’t know exactly where it is. I’ve tried to find it on Google Maps and on my Morocco paper map with no success. The town is "Assaka". I went there back in 2002 with my some friends and relations—an unforgettable trip… and I know I have to at least try to go back ...