Tigmi el Janoub
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and then south back to Ait BenHaddou. This was fossil and quartz country and every Berber and his dog was trying to flog it on the side of the road. We stopped at the top of the pass to take a photo of the view and hey presto, as if by magic, three little girls this time appeared from nowhere. Three lined exercise books, three pens and three happy little girls later and we were on our way back to Kasbah Valentine.
Two tagines, a ...
... once we reached the summit and commenced the trek out of the mountains. We hit the high farmland plains on the plateau and then immediately entered a series of extremely perilous hairpin turns (YIKES) on the drive down. Normally this would scare the bejesus out of me, but I was surprisingly calm about the whole adventure.
We ended up stopping one last time in the High Atlas Mountains – a women's cooperative where they produce world famous Argan oil. Argan ...
... was really what we had needed all along. When Jeremy saw me enquiring there he abandoned the tout and joined me. Here all was friendy, normal decent service and George was allowed to travel for nothing.
We waited out the time till the bus in a garden cafe and Jeremy did his usual trick of not buying a drink for himself, so it was down to me only to buy something.
Then when it was time for the bus, we were appointed a friendly old man ...
... right is a dark stormcloud where it’s clearly pouring down rain, giving a feeling of suspense and urgency to my hike—as well as another good reason not to be hiking through a narrow river gorge! Once you’ve hiked in the desert under the merciless sun, than you really relish hiking it in cool weather. You can just soak in the vast emptiness… ponder on the meaning of life… A great chance to look back at ...
... leaving 150 the third day to coastal Essaouira, my original objective (apparently the sunsets are amazing and Jimi Hendrix hung out there a lot).
I managed to get to Agdz by 2pm, so ploughed on to Tazenakht making Essaouira a possibility for Sunday night. I plan to find a nice hotel or campsite for a couple of days to do some exploration of the old town, before planning a direct route back to Nador using major ...