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... of business was making bread. The dough as pre-prepared and allowed to rise. We flattened the risen dough on a long handled wet wood board and tipped it over onto a bed of clean hot pebbles inside an enormous wood fired dome shaped oven. After about five minutes the resultant bread ( rather like nan) is picked up by a long hook and withdrawn from the oven ready to eat and very hot. We were shown the most different way of making ...
... the windswept sandstone canyons, stopping for photo opportunities. The rocks here are deep red and brown, the same colors and hues you find in the southern Utah national parks. Erosion had carved many of the soft rocks into improbably shapes. Many of the fossil shops here sell what is called desert roses which are naturally made sandstone carvings that look just like rose petals, the likes of which I have never seen before. Continuing on our way ...
... adobe rendered posts. Instead of scraping the poop off he's now got adobe render embedded in his boot and the post's half gone! Now I knew there was a reason I've been collecting all those free hotel toothbrushes. We'll no doubt use quite a few before we leave Morocco. Oh the joy. After this went to the Palais de la Bahia palace built in the 19th century? We only saw the harem part, not so grand but it suited the climate. Worn out by this stage so am back at the hotel with feet ...
... drug dealers and knife-wielding junkies. We saw none of these. On the edge of the Atlantic fishing boats and sailors and fish and crabs and squid and eels crowded into the harbour. Boats were unloaded and boats were repaired. Fishermen hauled nets onto the harbour side. The backs of lorries were filled with shark. Around the corner we chose our own fresh seafood and had it grilled while we sat there. Seagulls flew all ...
... following day turned into small bubbles full of liquid, others blood-red round spots big as a 50 cent coin.
After lunch, we left Aremd. The path took us across a wide and almost flat river valley. At its end, where the valley turned into a narrow canyon, a steep zig-zagish ascent began. Following the steepest part, the wide and comfortable path continued gently uphill until the small hamlet of Sidi Chamharouch.
Sidi Chamharouch is a popular place not just because it ...