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... come out and we are transferred to another bus that took us to the main station and very quickly find ourselves on another bus heading towards our destination, hopefully!
Note: I tell this story not to scare you into not taking buses as we never personally felt threatened or unsafe in anyway it just made for an interesting start to our travels proper.
Lastly can I say this is a truly beautiful drive with wonderful scenery as you drive up and over the Tizi ...
... the place where the spring emerges from the mountainside and gurgles down the hill. Locals were having fun in the stream, paddling and splashing each other. By this time we were all pretty tired and we returned to the hotel after a light lunch in a cafe in the square. Our last night in Morocco saw us all in bed by 10pm, ready to drive to Tangier to catch the ferry the next day. The ferry catching venture went without a hitch and we were off to Spain, but that's the next ...
... built in the early 1920's by the French (who else). They have some modern, low cost apartments but they didn’t appear to be occupied. Mohammed, our local guide, took us through the Kasbah of Taouirt (a UNESCO Heritage site) and the Glaoui Palace which was the main destination. Nothing much was happening in the Kasbah as it was still very early in the morning.
Pasha Glaoui was the “governor” in Marrakesh ...
... you're in broad daylight, the next you're stooping through a carved tunnel with small shops leading off. My only gripe is that I really could have done with more time there. After ait benhaddou we were back on the road to the oasis du fint. A bit more terrifying off-roading and a steep, stony, bowel-loosening descent into a volcanic valley and suddenly, out of nowhere we were in a lush oasis. I would seriously give up t.v. and internet to live there. A local Berber ...
... heading towards me.
A splash in our riad pool followed by a tagine dinner the travelling life is tough, sipping the last of the mint tea we head up to our room. Saying goodnight to the hay speckled wall I click of the light, then the prayer call goes out, a reminder to all who hear, Allaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahu Akbar
"God is the greatest".
Today our tour begins, Hamaal our driver picks us up ...