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... a stove maintained a fuggy, cosy heat. Curled up in the far corner were a mother and her newborn baby. A satellite dish provided them with tv and phone connections. They were not poor in the Moroccan sense of the word. Two other children scampered about and happily accepted the Kinder Surprises we bought them. Outside,the cold wind was beginning to bluster, and the father methodically barrowed straw and dung into a pile that he would later sell as compost. The Berber ...
- Admired the amazing woodwork of Essaouiran carpenters.
... and cows on the roof of the local bus.
A picnic under the olive trees made a wonderful end to our ride across the high plain and an end to our mountains.
Our final ride in Morocco was along the coast near Essaoira, with wonderful views of the ocean and the coastline. I was a still a bit under the weather from a virus, so an easy ride had me going quite slowly, but I was pleased to ride the entire 50 km.
... Georgie aimed straight for a sandy playground. The play area was a paying place, with a residential young caretaker, another Aziz, who told me his family came from the Merzouga environs. He kept my children entertained, while I flopped down in the warm sand, had another splash about in the sea, then was lured by Rosina to join her on the swings. Lying down again in the sand I felt so content, imagining this as a place where I could happily come and live for ...
... so I pulled over and tinkered the usual candidates plus the air filter, to little avail. I really think she has crud in the carb jets plus is struggling big time with the high altitudes which is further starving her of air. If we weren’t in the desert I might contemplate removing the air filter altogether.
From there on in it got worse – as we slowly climbed higher we were in full cloud/fog with 10m visibility (nice for hairpins with ...