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... could be or insanely joyous – but never dull. The dancing associated with the music is bouncy and light and mostly the men do it. When folks clap along to the music, they don’t follow the rhythm or each other, which give the whole thing a layer of chaos, which is impossible to follow. Until this form of music found a rebirth in this Festival, it had been swept to the side, relegated as nothing more than “street music”.
... not much point in using a jerry can tonight
Then we were told we would be camping here tonight, there was so little flat ground, most of it was covered in low bushes and rivulets of water, oh, well, no other choice apart from staying up all night in the rain I left my tent for a while and cooked dinner, I couldn’t see anywhere to put it up anyway
Well, dinner went ...
... three speed signs, a 60, a 40 and a 20, all within a space of no more than 30 metres.....they may as well have just put up one sign saying "Emergency Stop" and saved the hassle of putting up the other two. The funniest one we have seen so far is a 60 sign. Less than 2 metres behind it, another 60 sign over a 40 sign....on the same post!!
Naturally therefore, our first question was: "What is the speed limit here, Sir please?". "60km per ...
Today we went to another hotel's pool about 15 minutes away. It was 250 dirham for the day for each of us and that included lunch. It's about 8.5 dirhams per dollar so we thought it was a good deal. We thought we were going to a resort, but it turned out to be lovely house that one could rent. Thankfully, there were 5 British people around our age who accompanied us; otherwise we would have been really bored sitting for 5 hours. ...
... scrubbed quite hard with dark soap and then soaped and hair shampooed and brushed. Possibly with a horse brush ! More buckets of water followed by a deep massage with Argan oil. Wow! Afterwards as we stepped back out on to the busy market street the traders called to us 'enjoy your hammam?' I guess the wet oily hair and bright pink faces gave it away!! All in all a fun experience. Followed by mint tea of ...