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... weather events that were bringing rain and floods down to the Western Sahara desert. Trust us to be here for that! We had been told by a local that Mirleft was a very pretty place, a small town further south also on the coast but rather than a long straight beach there were coves and so we had booked and paid for four nights there in a B&B through Air B&B - highly recommended by Lonely Planet. We had also paid a driver a deposit to take us there. We were so looking forward to it ...
... In the morning, we checked out and Farass took us to a local date market. The dirt laneways had become muddy, and makeshift plastic awnings tried to save the sacks of lentils, dried beans, rice and couscous from the drips. There were piles of excellent vegetables, especially swedes and potatoes. A pharmacy stall dispensed a weird and wonderful range of herbs and tinctures, while the aroma of the butchers' alleyway should not be described. Farass showed great patience ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
We got a very short sleep in this morning before heading out for our last day in Morocco! Our first stop was the Menara gardens which weren't very exciting. They had an old pavilion next to the water which was built in 1600s but that was about it. Lots of wild dogs and cats as usual. In the water were lots of kelp eating bread that German tourists had thrown in. There are so many Germans here! After that we went to Saadian Tombs. The architecture was cool but again it ...
... twisted into geometric patters. And since they had been left pretty much untouched by water the edge of each layer was exposed and stacked like stairs. Like bending a stack of cards over a pen. The lack of water made the human element even more interesting. Increasingly isolated towns that were unimaginably rustic to me. Here life could not possibly be more then assuring food, shelter and reproduction. (Although there were a few schools). Much later in the afternoon we began ...