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... flung over balconies to catch the midday sun. Men, women and children, still sporting traditional woven hooded cloaks and intricate scarves, went about their business. Cows mooed from behind ornate metal doors, while chickens bustled through the streets. Water from the melting snow ran in rivulets between our feet and at event turn was another breathtaking photo opportunity - day to day village life juxtaposed against the snow-covered Allas mountains in front of us, ...
I ****** Janet off last night being too loud on the roof, and my laugh kept her awake till 04:00 this morning. It was the first night I'd heard the first prayer call that went off at about 04:15. Even after a later night I was up 4 short hours later for the Baby Orphanage again this morning. I was quite selfish putting my name down for it again, but I had to see my little Adam. I loaded up my new leather rucksack I'd got from the Souls for only ...
... but then everyone else came back with tales of a great time at the Hamam then tea at Hassan’s house afterwards. I wish i could have gone now but it was just one of those things. Anyway, tea was served soon after and we have spent the rest of the evening laughing and joking and generally enjoying the night out in the wilderness. I have been showing off my photographs which people seem impressed with and now i plan to take some more night ...
... the cliffs. I was quite glad when it did because i was too cold and i to had put my fleece on, something i never have to do because i am walking fast enough to keep myself warm. As we neared the top, i noticed the altitude effects as i tried to jog a short distance to catch people up after yet another **** stop. It took me quite a bit longer than normal to catch my breath. Another member of our team, Colin, was struggling with sore feet and was left quite a way ...
... manage without much difficulty.
The trail follows the side of a gorge which gets narrower and narrower and more and more rugged. Gone are the last patches of green, now there are just occasional weathered mountain trees. There's a rushing stream below, but this is clealy an area quite unhospitable to human dwelling.
But despite this, this hike doesn't have such a solitary rugged feel as, say, my Amzrit hike because there are a lot of other hikes and their ...