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... for a very much needed ten kilometre walk. It was simply brilliant. Off and over the bridge, the creek below ablaze with colour as the ladies were busy doing their washing and laying their carpets out to dry. Continuing up through the village and then down further into the valley we delighted in following the narrow banks which divided the crops. The Berber women were busy in the fields all tending their plots, the odd mule or donkey making its way past, often with ...
... We stopped in Ouarzazate which was where they actually filmed parts of the Gladiator movie amongst others, the setting was just amazing and easy to see why it was chosen. We chose not to go around the actual movie sets, but did hop out and walk around the kasbah, which was built in the 17th century, massive complex, twisting and winding, and incredibly high. We then started approaching Skoura in search of our villa called Les Jardins de Skoura. The ...
I met Karem promptly at 10:00 a.m. and expected to hit the road right away. However, Karem suggested a change in the program recommending a side trip to Rissani a few kilometers south of Erfoud. The town apparently had a wonderful ksar that I could visit along with some other local sites. Fine by me.
We drove into the sleepy town and met “Ali”, a charismatic young man who was going to act as my tour guide. Ali was dressed in a blue robe and a turban ...
... crystal clear water flows in the middle of the desert. We visited a few oasis today. They are hilariously how you would imagine them in cartoons etc. for ages, nothing but desert, then you turn a corner and bam, palm trees, water, mud houses exactly what you think of when you hear the word oasis. We are staying in a kasbah in an oasis tonight it has a swimming pool (yay! It was 47 degrees when we arrived at 6pm!). Very cool little place. Having a quiet day to recover from the ...
... guides, this one was my own discovery, completely off the beaten track. In fact, it doesn’t even exist on my paper map. So even though it isn’t a “Great Civilization” like the Draa Valley or the Imperial Cities, it is it’s own unique world.
The question now is: can I do it in 3 days? Transportation is very unreliable in those parts, and one of the “spaces” between hike segments is way up in the ...