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... direction and are taking on the slope quite far away from us. I reason that since there is no proper path through the scree, everyone is walking where they feel is best for them. It soon turns out this is not exactly so.
The scree is becoming increasingly steep and loose. At least the darkness is not so absolute anymore, which makes it possible to almost see what you are stepping on and to have a sense of direction you are heading in. Continuing with very slow and ...
... so). We eventually arrive at the the main square after being slightly confused arriving at another square just before and being disappointed that it did not seem as interesting as we expected - it wasn't but it was also the wrong square! The right square was indeed buzzing with numerous vendors setting up for dinner, numerous carts busy selling juices not to mention snake charmers, dancers, henna tattooists and various other people trying to do something ...
The walking part of my trip is officially over with our return to Marrakech today. It is good to get life’s little comforts back but a bit sad to leave behind the simplicity of trekking in the mountains. Our day began with an even later lie in and reports of attacks through the night by bed bugs and insects in the air. There were the bite marks to prove it! As for myself, my bed was dirty under the sheets and i wish i had slept in my sleeping bag ...
... going down than coming up. Our path was a rocky one with a mixture of large rocks and boulders as well as smaller stones and gravel which we were constantly slipping on, including myself. By the time we got to base camp, it had taken us nearly as long to walk down as it hard to walk up. Nevertheless, it was still before 13.00, leaving us with the rest of the afternoon to kill time. Killing the time has consisted of having ...
... little cluster of shops with an alley in the center. It's a surreal experience, to be walking through a rugged, inhospitable landscape, thinking there's no more civilization up ahead, and then suddenly finding yourself in what feels like a cozy mini-medina.
But this is not a town or a village. This is not a place where people live and raise their families. This is a pilgrimage site. People come here, on foot or by mule up the rugged canyon to this site, known as ...