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... the factory produced amazing things from ornaments, small to very large, to elaborate table tops and bathrooms sink benches.
Our initial resolve was to look and not buy but of course we were tempted and the owner was the ultimate salesman. We came away with some interesting things, some dust collectors no doubt.
During the tour we were shown the museum part of the factory, this was full of the ...
We set our alarm to arise 30 minutes before sunrise, and as we step out of our tent, the surroundings are truly magical. The sand around us is a combination of pink, oranges and yellow hues that change by the minute as sunrise approaches. After 20 minutes of taking in the scenery, we see several young girls trekking across the dunes from what must be a nearby settlement and assume they are walking to school — somewhere. Instead, they walk up the side ...
... was at the small village of Ifrane. It reminds one of something you might see in the French Alps. That is because it is a relatively new city, with a high elevation in the Middle Atlas Mountains and built during the French Protectorate era in the late 1920's. Alpine skiing is about 10 minutes away from Ifrane but we couldn’t see the ski lifts. The limestone lion was carved by the French soldiers once stationed here. We only had a quick ...
... mud and clay and all painted in the same pinkish hue (known as rouge de Marrakesh). Apparently, it is a law in Morocco that all buildings south of the Middle Atlas Mountains must be painted the same colour (seriously).
At one point we passed by a spectacular water reservoir and dam known as Barrage Hassan Addakhil, which was constructed in 1971 to harnass the Oued Ziz (river) to provide an irrigation source and electricity to the region.
... sports you can do, I have seen people with broken bones because of not being able to ride a mountain bike decently but they still go and drive the Death Road in Bolivia. All in all, SA (not Iran!) was the most dangerous place I visited and all my backup safety options were in full operation at all times. I survived. Safety factor: 3 ANDES Little did I know about the Andes mountain range, that I kept following ever since I left Colombia and it ...