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... The streets were deserted, apart from pockets of young men on corners. It felt so different from Spain, where the streets never sleep unless it is between 6am and 11am. We soon found ourselves in a maze of narrow lanes with high ochre walls. He picked up a friend to help him find the Riad, and we buzzed in and out of the lanes. Then we stopped the car and started walking. It was so quiet, our footsteps echoed. We picked up two more guys, who said they knew the way, and in ...
We are in the groove on our bus. Renee and I with headphones, Dawn napping and Barb riding shotgun with Rasheed, our driver.
Our home for the night is Kasbah Tizimi
" I've been through the desert on a horse with no name, it felt good to get out of the rain. " I think Crosby et al must have traveled this route before us. It does feel good to get out of the rain.
... all cracking up. Someone said, “You should be a comedian!” He looked a little puzzled and the cute couple at the front of the bus said, “You know, like Bob Hope or Jack Benny.” He definitely didn’t get that reference.
We arrived at our hotel just at dusk. I normally don’t include so many photos of our hotel but this place was wonderful! Too bad we didn’t even have 12 hours here. The TV in our ...
Anyway, we headed out of Fez driving east and up into the Atlas Mountains,w hich run through the middle of Morocco. The mountains are divided into the Middle Atlas Mountains and the High Atlas Mountains. Over the next three days I would travel through both ranges on the road to Marrakesh.
As we drove east and commenced the climb into the Middle Atlas Mountains away from the agricultural land of the lowlands, the air became much colder and I ...
... more appealing than going up the dune to get...up the dune. At least to me. The boys went up before us and when they came down, their shirts were unbuttoned and they claimed to have reached nirvana. So maybe I just didn't commit.
After dinner, we camped out on mattresses under the stars. You can see a lot of stars from the Texas hill country, but the number of stars you can see from the Sahara is unreal. Not to mention the Milky Way and tons of shooting stars. All too soon, ...