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... we cross the scree and finally reach the proper path. Not that the path makes it any easier to walk. 5-10 minutes uphill, breathless, heart wanting to explode. A rest – to reduce the pulse at least a bit. Up again.
Sharp peaks on the other side of the valley, which is already far away in the depths beneath me, are bathing in the golden rays of the first sunlight. Astonishing beauty. Come on! A bit higher up, to get a better view.
Damn the heart, screw ...
... El-Fna and upon arrival decide to try one of the many orange juices, well Gab has a mix I have a orange juice. It is amazing value for 4MAD (About 25p or 50NZ cents) for an orange juice and they are actually pretty good (the other juices cost a little more at 10-15 but are also good). After wards we decide to tempt fate further by having dinner at one of the numerous stalls on the square it turns out OK but nothing to write home about, very similar to ...
... down the road to the main square. It was absolutely baking and the beers we had did not seem such a good idea. I was playing guide but needed a shave so we all separated with myself and Gary going to find a barbers whilst everyone else shopped. From the last time i was here, i remembered some shops which we promptly found and were whisked into the first one without too much resistance. Gary was just having a bit of a trim but i hadn’t shaved ...
... A bit further up ahead (and a safe distance out of reach of the old ladies) I take a break next to a group of younger climbers who look about as worn out as me. "We're from the Netherlands" they tell me. "I guess you don't get many experiences like this in your country!" I respond "Nope--just seeing mountains is something really special for us." I continue on. Finally the peak of Toubkal comes into view. Toubkal is not a "stand alone" mountain like Mt. Ararat ...
... still exist in the valleys around: Tamatert; Ait Souka; Tagadirt; Acheim; Taourirt n'Ait Mizane; Mzikene and Arhrene.
Before the advent of mountain tourism the Imlil area was well known for its walnuts, apples and cherry production. While these are still important to the local economy, these have been eclipsed by tourism, both mountain tourists and Moroccans seeking a cool relief from the heat of the ...