La Dune Blanche
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... very sweet Canadian couple, a Polish couple and a single French woman who didn't speak any English.
We didn’t end up leaving the Medina will 07:30 and needed to get a move on if we were to arrive by sunset, so we set off for our journey to Zagora. After stopping at a pharmacy for some anti-sickness tablets the beautiful Atlas Mountains came into view. Two hours of holding onto our seats for dear life through the winding roads through the ...
... transported and easy to set up, with the luxuriousness of soft carpets to warm and protect. It was beautiful to sit at dinner having soup, tagine and beer listening to Berber musicians play and watch young dancers move to the beat of music. I am afraid our group will need much more practice to be able to swivel their hips like that!
After dinner the stars were out in full force, without ...
... she goes up onto one of the camels for the rest of the way in to our lunch stop. Being a normally strong ex-PE teacher, I think she sees this as an indication of weakness, especially as she is guide on this trip, but she is too unwell to argue. The boys quickly give her the nick-name 'Sick Note'. Lunch is almost unbearable. Shelter from the sand and the flies is practically impossible. I have pretty much collapsed exhausted onto a mat and wrapped myself in my headscarf ...
Ksba’ has a bit of a different feel, on top of a low plateau surrounded by a barren plain on 2 sides and farmland on the other. The alleys are in a gridlike pattern with long, boring windowless walls. At the far end there’s a nice view of the neighbourhood ladies all gather around the well doing their clothes washing.
Day 054 : 2 hours, 4.0 kms
After Irhfi, I cross a wide dry riverbed which separates the Berber and Arab villages. I wonder if things will feel any different on the other side. When I sit down in they shade to strum a couple of songs, I'm joined by a couple fellows—something that hasn’t happened a whole lot during this trip. Most of my concerts have been done ...