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... has emerged, feeling radiant - it's my turn.
Hassan, our guide, has decided to have a hammam with me, so we enter, get handed an assortment of buckets, tubs and tars I don't understand, and go to the first room to get out of clothes and into our hammam suits (which in my case is the bathing suit I've been traveling with but have had no opportunity to use). Hassan fills buckets with hot water, sloshes down the inside floor, orders me to ...
... the smaller villages, got chatting to a couple of the local people, the Berbers are truly so friendly and the ability for them to speak English so well is incredible, none of them schooled!! We also took in some of the waterfalls, hard to capture with the photos. Fascinating people to speak with, whilst they would like you to buy their goods, they are just as happy to talk and learn from you. The guy I was talking to spoke a ...
... are generally barren more than lush depending whats your thing. Its more a chance to get out in nature and get some exercise.
There seems like there is reasonable and mostly cheap accommodation which did require booking, at least when we were there. We paid 400Dh at the "expensive" place in (Tacheddirt) and 250Dh in Timichi. Both included dinner and breakfast and at both places the food was very good - in fact the tagine at Taceddirt is the best we would have on our ...
... the palace should have enjoyed. The place was sad and soulless. And once again the lack of signage within the complex made it difficult to fully appreciate what we were viewing. Observing the body language of the other tourists, I guessed we were not alone in our disappointment.
We flopped into Mohamed's car tired, irritable and quite frankly fed up with our continued disappointment of a city about which we had heard ...
... to house the row upon row of freshly squeezed orange vendors and sellers of ttagine pots, without the vast array of open air performers and storytellers. We walked around this square for an hour or so, furtively sneaking the odd photo and paying a few Dhiram where we couldn't.....best to pay and have the "memory triggers". From here, we wandered up towards the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, a Quoranic Learning Centre that in its day housed 900 students in 132 dorms; ...