La Ferme Berbere
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... with. I whooped and cheered like someone who had reached the a South Pole unaided, on a unicycle. By this point, we were seriously considering buying a suitcase to use as carry on baggage, but we had managed to squeeze everything into our backpacks. However, with Marrakech's souks calling us, we knew we would need to be careful on the next stage of our journey - the stitching of our backpacks and day packs already straining at the seams! Weather wise, it was ...
Leaving Marrakech we drove west through increasingly dry country until we reached the large town of Imi-n-Tanoute. This is the first major town built in the Berber style that we have seen, and the first hilly place we have encountered. The bus is stopped for a short while, so there is an opportunity to take some photos of the locals doing whatever they do on Saturdays. Arriving at Bou-Laouane, the village looks dry and dusty, with many of ...
... about chafed ass cheeks and sore just about everything. I would love to say I was excluded from this but right now I have a very red and tender bum and an incredibly sore ******.
The next day saw us back on our bus with our guide 'Dad' now looking after 8 very sore girls and in charge of getting us to our next destination Erfoud. We stopped at a local market on route, not the glamorous touristy Souk type market but the very raw local market where people hawk their wares ...
... meat of all descriptions, and cooking huge pots of rice, couscous, vegetables and whatever else you could possibly want. Except beer. There are snake charmers, henna tattoo artists, guys with jars of teeth who will pull out a tooth for a couple of bucks (but mostly just let you pose for pictures, it’s easier on the malpractice insurance), monkey trainers, story tellers, cross dressing belly dancers, musicians, hundreds of orange juice vendors who will sell you a glass of ...
... have particular genres they like or instruments they admire or brash mixes they disagree with whereas I can happily listen to anything on a loop for hours. My sister has an absolutely inflexible opinion of good sound; anything that isn't a vocaloid with mournful lyrics and loud enough to crack marble pillars isn't worth listening to apparently. Oh and My Chemical Romance, that will pass as well. But my only objection is to a small group of heavy metal bands of ...