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... font-weight: normal;">Todra Gorge – the sheer height and dominance along with the people
... stone cutters at the door who gave me a tour of the facility and showed me how they use enormous electric saws to cut the large blocks of stone into smaller pieces and then take the smaller pieces and using hand tools and cleaners to slowly reveal the fossils inside the stone. Once the cutting and chiseling is complete, the designers create magnificent table tops, sinks, and furniture.
It was actually very interesting and as I wandered around the ...
During the night we heard a thunderstorm passing. It was still drizzling when we got up to leave for Dades gorge about 150 Km. away. We soon found out that Morocco isn't used to a lot of rain. Apparently the last time it rained in the Ait Benhaddou region was nearly 12 month ago. Wherever there was a creek the locals were standing around watching the water. Bridges over creeks are few and far ...
... 8212;and I don’t even know if Brahim is there or not.
But first things first: let’s connect the hikes. Up ahead is the little cluster of three houses, all by themselves on the rocky slopes, a sight which inspired and baffled me on my last trip. Now I just need to walk a few kilometres back to Tamzrit to the spot where I first tried to hike to Amzrit, but gave up and turned around. As I walk, I soak in the rugged solitude of this ...
... on the balcony till nightfall when the square comes alive, we went down to sample some more of the food and culture. Had a deliciously sweet orange juice and Jenelle jumped in the stall for a photo with the guy returning with the comment 'and that's why you never want to see that', apparently not the cleanest but it tasted ...