Le Chevalier Solitaire
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... of tagine and had pomegranates for pudding. Our lovely hosts had more planned for us and guided us around the fire pit where they would sit, play instruments and sing crazy Moroccan music to us. It was really good fun and the night peaked when we were following this crazy guy around the camp following his hilariously weird dance moves. We went to bed feeling very content. It was another early, cold start to watch another beautiful sunrise, although tarnished slightly ...
... that live here, but the rest have moved across the river to the more permanent housing. The Kasbahs last anything from 10-20 years! Of course this depends on the rain...but it would only rain 65 days of the year! So not too bad!! It was bloody hot wandering about, just an average 42 degrees Celsius! Was glad to get back into the A/C of the car! We had another hefty drive on down to the rose valley, and through the dades gorge...where there's this amazing oasis in the middle of ...
This is the tour and the country that just keeps giving; day after day our expectations have been exceeded. We are simply in awe of Morocco and the experiences we are encountering. Today we were lucky enough to have the front seats of our little van which was rather fortuitous for I would have been terribly car sick otherwise. Our journey took us up into the Atlas Mountains, the stunning scenery filling us to the brim with breathtaking beauty and it was ever ...
... fashion and you can feel their hips sway from side to side as this little head on this long neck sways backward and forward.....I could watch them for hours!
It was absolutely freezing on the way back as the sun had not had a chance to do its stuff and the wind was up again.
Now with the fun stuff done, we have a bruised windscreen, a lack of brakes and a road over the High Atlas Mountains ahead of us!!
... pretty much every meal in a true Moroccan household and without this, the meal is not complete. Well, this is what you get on a tour I guess. A few of us end up ordering a pot of tea after dinner and it comes with the sugar on the side as usual and one girl asks, I'm not even sure how much sugar usually goes in, I pipe up and say the amount while she asks everyone again if they would just prefer to put their own sugar in. WHAT? Add our own sugar to the small cup and mix it will a spoon. ...