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... Judicious placement of safety rocks identified the hazard, delineated the road space, and if you hit one, made you swerve into the usable carriage way. Brilliant, and safety rocks are everywhere should you need one / some.
That night in Tamtattouchte, at Camping Bado. Thanks to Abdul, a good rate, and as he and Hiro also stayed there another pleasant evening. Really yummy Tagine with eggplant and courgette as well as curry soup.
Farewell to Hiro and Abdul in ...
... was to climb over rock slabs packed with fossils, amazing to view the seabed from millions of years ago!. I analysed and re-analysed the dramatically changing form and geology of the landscape through which we drove, quite extraordinary with its folds and layers, fractures and collapses.
Then paused for tea and water and watched a camel gulp down a bottle of apple juice, for his pleasure and everyone's ...
... to see a beautiful Kasbah all made of straw and mud. We have to cross a creekbed to get to it. A Kasbah is a group of houses crowded together within defensive walls which are reinforced by angle towers and pierced with a baffle gate. This one is UNESCO world heritage listed. I can see why. It's drop dead gorgeous. It has also been used as a movie set for over 25 movies including. Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator and Prince of Persia 2.
... used to make cosmetic oil - known as "Berber figs".
... with the likes of Brad Pitt and Russell Crowe in movies like Gladiator, Babel, Prince of Persia, Kingdom of Heaven and endless others.
I stop to a chat with a fellow, and he says he’s a musician too, so he invites me over for tea. As we sit on the carpet in his very traditional home sipping tea he tells me about his run ins with some of the big name actors that have been here with make 30 million a film. And what does he make? Well… ...