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... day but the light was ok nevertheless. We continued on our way to Tizi-Gourgane, stopping again any time there looked to be anything interesting (or a flower!) Nigel spotted a wood lark on a telegraph wire and got very excited! Wednesday Early breakfast at 6.30 (cake!) and ready in the minibus at 7.00 and waited - and waited for Iona and Roy. They eventually turned up at 7.30 apologising because they thought that was the getaway time. Grrrr! Off we drove for hours and ...
... drive as it has allowed us to go off road, through creeks, and gravel roads, we have gone where inky 4 wheel drives can go, and basically haven't crossed paths with any tour buses. Have seen them on the major roads, as we headed out of Marakesh and in some of the larger towns. Telouet is a Kasbah along the former route of the caravans from the Sahara over the Atlas Mountains to Marrakech. It lies at an elevation of 1,800 metres and was the seat of the El Glaoui family's power, who ...
... we had to walk back up the valley where we came down from Lac D’ifni. As usual, the pace was very slow, which didn’t do my mood any good, but we did eventually make it to the start of our ascent. It was about then when Mark jarred his knee and with it already being dodgy from yesterday’s descent, he was forced to go back to the refuge along with Dave who was going back anyway. The next stage of our ascent was a bit more ...
... with a porter for company whilst we made our summit push. The main thing i left behind on this trip was water purification tablets. Everyone else has them and they have had to use them regularly where as i have had to buy water or share. As a result, my pack today has felt a lot heavier but i still managed to summit the pass without feeling too bad. It has become the norm now to be greeted at the top of the hill by someone selling bottled drinks and today was ...
... ve just got to go there to experience it for yourself.
And then, the valley widens, and up ahead is a welcome sight: "Le Refuge" two lodges for hikers to spend the night before tackling the peak first thing in the morning. Here I negotiate a reasonably price, which includes a hearty supper, and enter a beautiful European style mountain lodge with stained wooden rafters and trail maps on the walls. Quite different from the cheapy hotels I usually stay in here in ...