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... were and it was quite fun to get to chat with the locals – for some we were the first American tourists they had met. I did my share of souvenir buying. When you buy stuff in small towns, the money stays in the small town, which I like. We had breakfast at the café that Hassan’s cousin owned and bought some Moroccan shoes from the guy next door. Word got out and later that night as we hung out at the same café drinking mint tea and listening to ...
... an hour stroll and the Tafraout market is small and interesting. The snake oil salesman draws a big crowd while the snake charmer (Cobra) has none. The market has a peaceful buzz, not too hectic. People meet and greet each other warmly and take time to catch up. It is a laid back market in a laid back town.
Before we left town, we stopped in at Said's shop and then visited the Argan co-op next door. ...
...like being in a postcard
for quite a while I thought I was lost somewhere in a picture book about natural wonders. so unbelievably beautiful, quiet and peaceful landscapes i am allowed to pass through. a continuous feast for my beloved eyes.
but not only my eyes feel like they're in heaven, my other senses enjoy the fresh air, the clear spring waters and the all encompassing silence of morocco's mountains and deserts.
last but by ...
... the hill we dallied somewhat in the bazaar sharing a zest to splash out a little, Anna on the traditional yellow Moroccan shoes and me on a long black Moroccan dress. I was also tempted to buy some barbary fig oil in the argan oil shop, this in response to the shops declaration that it would get rid of wrinkles (I hope so, though does anything?!).
Moving on there was Ian suddenley waving to us from a rooftop, ah, found at ...
... and clean toilets. 70 dirhams.
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