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... next things happened so fast we barely knew what was happening. Jaoid tied our bag to the camel and our water bottles, gave Fatima an arm and up she was on Ishtar, seconds later I was sitting on bobo. The sequence of events that followed seemed so surreal. A little whistle and a gentle guiding hand on the animals and alley oop, followed by a oh ****, holy **** and oh my gawd...to hysterical giggles because the trek began! What a strange sensation it is, and what strange feet ...
... tagine that was hidden in the back room. (Now the challenge is how the hell I'm going to this this thing home - it isn't small and it isn't particularly light either....)
Highlight - in the courtyard of the store, we found a craftsman working on decorating a plate. He was etching a design, and then coloring it with henna that he dispensed with a syringe. Shannon, Attia, and I were of course fascinated. To my delight, he suddenly put down the plate, ...
... were comfy for the first few days. But then of course, what I didn't take into account was swelling. I guess it had something to do with the heat, my medication, and the fact that I just don't take this sort of prolonged and sustained exercise. Those of you who read my blog on preparing for this trip will remember that there is more mention of chocolate than exercise.
The blisters crept up on me silently. This evening I took my boots off ready to 'baby-wipe' ...
... don’t they commit crimes?”
“Oh, if an out of towner passes through, we keep a close eye on him the entire time—until he leaves.”
This region does seem to have an almost utopian quality to it: no crime… everybody gets along… everybody trusts everybody. But clearly this has been a region fraught with wars and struggle—you can read about it in the history books and see it in the architecture. So ...
Today we travelled by jeep to Tiraf, a very small village 20mins from Tagounite, home to about 60 Bedouin families, approx 250 people in total.
We were shown through the house and to our room. Suzannah told us it was very "over-furnished" compared to the traditional style - she had hung a rope bookcase in one corner!!
Again beautiful in its simplicity with just rugs and cushions on the floors. We met Khalid's cousin Mohammed - I think it was actually his house.