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... discovered the valley of the roses driving along the river Dades and followed the road of the 1000 kasbahs (fortresses). Li Houssaine showed us how rose water is distilled and the large range of rose, almond or argan oil based products sold by Dar AlWard AlBaldi in Kallat M'Gouna. We stocked up on rose water, rose oil, almond oil and rose perfumes.
The rose of Damasc resists cold and drought periods, and ...
... us to the main tent for a welcome cup of mint tea. Later on as the rest of the guests had arrived, we were served a traditional moroccan meal followed by music and dancing...traditional Berber of course.
the food was not overly great, but it was a pretty cool atmosphere. Fatima and I settled into the big cushions on then floor covered ourselves in blankets and enjoyed the entertainment! I was me even invited to play a traditional drum....I managed to keep the ...
... it's this windy as the sand will surely get into every slight crevice - as some people have already discovered to their cost. Nevertheless, I need pictures of this stunning climb, the line of people sitting at the summit and of the sand storm that appears to be blowing in fast, so I whip the camera out, shield it as best I can, take a few snaps and ram it back into the deepest recesses of my pocket. This is absolutely exhilarating! What goes up must come ...
... he starts yelling at the gendarme, venting out all his frustration. Great. Now I’m going to be stuck in the absolute middle of nowhere with no ride.
Luckily the police wasn’t in a bit more civilized mood than my driver and kept his temper under control until my driver cooled off, got back in the car… and both vehicles steered clear of each other…
Tignouite is an “in between” town ...
Day 055: 2 hours, 4.3 kms
Just a stone's throw away is Zaouia Tamada, which is partly ruins, partly still inhabited and doesn’t take me long to explore. As I’m about to leave, a couple old fellows by the side of the road advise me "you really should visit the old castle", pointing to a dirt road going deep into the oasis. I’m not really in the mood for doing a long side trip, but go ...