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... for the evening's frolics. The minuet we stepped out of our riad we were caught up in the sea of people heading for the square. We went with the flow and to our amazement the square had transformed into a frenzy of food stalls and entertainment with snake charmers, dancing monkeys, story tellers, henna women, and gambling galore.
After a brief wander round we were targeted by what seemed a very friendly snake charmer ...
... 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 ...
... was plenty of time. We took it really relaxed, mainly because it was so hot. I think if we had stayed there any longer, we would have taken a train to Fez.
Love my new camera lens. Love the effects the photos have. It must have been the highlight of the trip: going through my photos :) You know me! Zeus, as ever, was so patient waiting for me to take photos of everything, and preventing me from walking out into roads, forgetting items etc. ...
... and a little school... across a wide, rocky area, on up the valley leaving civilization behind. Here I choose to follow a path along the valley rather than the up the slopes, hoping it will take me to another village. But the path only takes along a narrow canal along the mountainside where there are a couple final farm patches with a couple hardy guys at work. They tell me that, no, this way will not take me to Toubkal--but I can just climb straight up the slope to the trail... ...
... valley and lake. On the route we stopped to take photos in a small village, as soon as we stopped the children (Native Berber) were running up to the car, but they let us take photos and played near by to us the the car. I got back into the car and they started asking for Dirhams. We continued on the route and drove through a really busy town, people and vehicle where everywhere and it took some time to pass through, we did not stop though. Throughout the morning ...