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- Airport Transportation
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- Banquet room
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... to take whatever he quoted me and multiply it by 25% and make that my first offer. So when he quoted 1200 dirhams, I came back with 300. We were off and did the normal back and forth, pretend to walk away, be called back, call in a "supervisor" to approve the amount who then challenged it, etc. At one point I said "I can't pay that. If I came home with something that cost that much my man would be really upset." I could see the girls snickering behind me that I referred to ...
... with us to the desert camp which was half hour drive away. We saw camels and other tourists along the way also making their way to the camp. We got a tasty tajine for dinner and then enjoyed listening to some African drums outside under the desert night sky before bedding down. At 5.30 the next morn we were up for a sunrise camel ride which was a great surprise to Dylan. After breakfast we went back to Zagora for shower and more mint tea! That afternoon we ...
... we enjoyed the shade and protection from the sun it provided. We got lost and walked around in there for hours, looking at all the goods that the locals had to sell. Our favourite to walk past was the fragrance and spice store, because it smelt absolutely amazing and we always tried to get free samples, so we too would smell great. Cam even bought himself a (local shirt), with me not finding one I liked. Something else that was cool in the Souks was the animals they had there. ...
... to all the hard stale bread we have been eating so far. On the way out of the village, we passed people we have seen at various stages of the trek. Some in groups, some alone but we all now seem to have one common purpose now, Mount Toubkal. The track continued out of the village, where i finally got GPS signal, then continued into a rock field which turned out to be the moraine from a glacier now long gone. Needless to say, it made the going ...
... reservoirs, but not a whole lot of lakes. And after all I've been through today, this lake looks like paradise. Not a single soul lives upstream, so the waters are pure, untouched by man. It's surrounded by steep cliffs on three sides, and the rock sea on the north side, making it unappealing for human exploitation, making it a rarity in Morocco: a body of fresh water untouched by man. Paradoxically, this lake is actually the lifesource of a civilization. ...