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... though, they just caught my eye (sorry Anne)
After wandering around a bloke wanted to show me the tannery again, I didn’t really want to see them again, but I just went along in the end (I never did find out how they made the leather at the last place, I knew they soaked it, but not in what)
I wish I never knew now, they use pigeon, dog, cat poo and soak it for a couple of weeks in it, then add other stuff for the colours (no wonder they clean ...
... During our stay in Essouira we celebrated Floyd's 21st in true Brit abroad fashion by taking part in the highly traditional Moroccan sport of quad biking on the beach. That evening the celebrations continued with copious amounts of alcohol before we returned to the hostel to find that the four of us would be getting that bit closer by sharing a bed for the night, kushty. We departed essouira for Taghazhout on recommendation by a group of ...
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. ...
... memories for us over dinner and drinks one night and one question they asked of our Moroccan travels was if we were planning to visit the desert? Our initial response was that we had desert in Australia that we visit all the time for work and pleasure, so we prefer to see something different… but as we travelled through the harsh and hot landscape of Morocco ...