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Well if you're unwell this is the place to be. Lee is still not perfect, although she did make an appearance at breakfast, and indeed she has gone back to bed for a while. She has 50 cents worth of mixed unwellness, bits of everything. I think she is a bit better than last evening but she's not really up to anything. I'm considering doing a cooking class here in the hotel. It will keep me off the streets and it should be quite good. They go for 4 hours so it can't be ...
... point. Another challenge was the many men on the road side trying to sell rocks/ quartz crystals, more often than not they would stand in the middle of the road!! Crazy.
We drove through several villages, frequently down to a single lane, with trading vehicles, donkeys, dogs and people everywhere, all oblivious to the fact that this was a major through road.
It was a fascinating trip journey, full of colour and chaos!!
... I got through and they were on their way. After waiting for about an hour we were finally on our way into the city. Our driver pulled up to the main square and told us that he couldn't drive us to the hostel and that a man will take us there. Without knowing this man took our bags and threw them in his cart and started leading the way. We had no idea where we were going and the streets were chaotic and they he took us to the wrong place! That when ...
... and singing, however most of us had a fairly early night, it had been a big day!
We were up bright and early again the next day, to get to the top of the sand dune again, this time to see the sun rise. It was absolutely beautiful, and a rather surreal experience to be sitting watching the sun come up in the Sahara. Very cool.
A hasty breakfast was followed by jumping onto the camels again, for another ride back to the van. Our trip back to Marrakech ...
... because it really is an overwhelming and wonderful cacophony of colors, textures, sights, and still-lifes. I made the mistake of thinking that the photo rule applied only to pictures with people in them, and snapped a picture of some metal locks that a locksmith had hanging outside of his booth. He came running from the back of his workshop, waving his arms and exclaiming loudly as I scurried down the alleyway.
My favorite row of in the souk was the ...