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... at the riad we asked for a pot of tea and sat in our lounge area to relax a bit and look back through our loot. We had some fruit and olives and bread that we had purchased in Fes two nights before, and we ended up just snacking on that for dinner and trying to make it an early night. There were personal and work emails to catch up on and since we were already in the shopping spirit, a few of us did some online shopping reconnaissance for the upcoming Black Friday as well. ...
... driving. Dead set, they try and squeeze every single penny out of all the tourists. - Beard Watch: having not shaved for about two weeks (to fit in with the local Moroccans), there is finally significant growth, that can actually be noticed by people. Also of note, a bit of ranga (red) has crept into it, therefore making it a two-toned masterpiece. Stay tuned. - Hash Count: in the first probably two hours Cam and I were here, we got offered hash (amongst other things) ten times ...
21.11 - Instead of the dogs keeping us awake last night, this time it was the frogs! I still managed to sleep better than last night though, even despite the cold. We were awake early again and after my first wilderness **** of the trip so far, we had breakfast then were off. Our main goal of today was the 600m ascent of the ski mountain which took us up to approximately 3200m. The climb was much easier that yesterday, although steeper, and we were at the top in no time ...
21.30? - Sat under starlight writing this journal by candle light after a good but fairly hard first day trekking. We had to be up early to finish packing our stuff and have breakfast then the time came to load up the minibus and set off. The drive was nice enough, especially when we got to the foothills. We saw a different way of life for the Moroccans and totally different to Marrakech. There were huge fields for plantations then stalls selling all sorts of bric-a-brac. ...
... no surprises here, Ali Baba and heading for the desert. Go Figure. There was an artist who was very impressive. He did wood burning art using nothing but a magnifying glass and the sun as well as paintings with saffron. Beezel bought an original of one of his pieces for 80 MAD. Cheap!
We now had to contend with the drive back to Marrakech over the winding, mountainous roads. Aside from being referred to as Ali Baba half a dozen times or so, it was an uneventful trip. We had 1 ...