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Travel Blogs from Taroudant
I had a stroke of luck on Saturday morning. I woke around 8.30 am, managed to shower and pack my stuff up before heading from the hotel to the bus station in Agadir. A grand and petite taxi were outside, both drivers, chancers!
They asked where I was going, when I said Taroudannt one offered to take me there for 400 dirham, which gave me a …
After an orange breakfast of little bread pancakes with orange jam and orange juice we headed out to an oasis about an hour away. We drove across the fertile Souss plains where all the fruit and veg for southern morocco are grown. From the bus we mostly saw Argan trees and wheat. The oasis was date palms and alfalfa and broad beans. They went to get donkeys from the small town and we had a little ride. Danny walked, which is lucky for the ...
Day 095: 7 hours, 6.5 kms
Day Total: 16 hrs, 13.1 kms
Revisit: Oulad Teima, Morocco
First visit: April, 1997
Overview: Didn't actually come to the town, but my landlord took me to the nearby farm country, where we sat on the floor and drank tea in typical rural Moroccan fashion… and then went to watch the workers threshing the wheat. One of my first up close glimpses of farm life in Morocco.
Day 094: 12 hours, 4.1 kms
Day Total: 12 hrs, 13.9 kms
The next morning Elhosein insists on accompanying me to the next town up the road where he says I should have no trouble finding transportation down to Taraoudant. There is actually a village far up the mountains that I also visited back in 2002 which I'd love to go back to. But there’s not collective transportation up there and ...
... come to the surface once again. There will be violence and bloodshed. Houses will be ransacked and destroyed and the weaker ethnic groups may be driven out entirely, unable to defend themselves. Having a property title will mean nothing when things get ugly in the civilized world.
Assaka, on the other hand is a narrow valley surrounded by mountains. Here, no matter what happens in the rest of the world, life will most likely go ...