Maison D'Hote Zouala
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... whenever I smell goat) and dead from not being able to eat (my all-time greatest fear). Landy sped through this inhospitable enclave to the doorway to Morocco, an African land not owned by any other. My master had to leave us while he took our brand new passports to unlock the Moroccan door. I looked after my mistress and Landy while angry men banged on our windows and rocked us around. My master returned, not a moment too soon, with a smile that told ...
... the women of Ezahid's family. Except for the children who included a pretty fifteen-year-old Omayma, all the women had their heads covered. Omayma inquired if I was married. And then the other women tried to convert me to Islam.
The sun eventually went down behind a canyon wall. The Ziz Gorge cooled down. About a hundred guests arrived. We ate some more. And then the wedding began:
Ezahid's family walked down the ...
... officially the Aid Eladha, the festival I mentioned before where each family sacrifices a sheep or goat. Islam has its own calendar based on the moon cycle, and today was the 10th day of the twelfth month in their twelve month calendar. We have figured it is the Islamic version of Christmas – a very special day to go to the Mosque and be with family. Family come from all over Europe to spend the day with their families. After an early morning ...
... on the bus and shoved our faces into our daypacks to eat it; The day ended in a bit of a nightmarish drama. This is how it went. After making it to Er-Rachidia and getting off the bus we were immediately hit up by three men claiming they were going to drive a collectivo (Mercedes taxi) to Merzouga and would take us for 35dirhams each including our luggage. Immediately we sensed a stitch up but the bus to Rissani near Merzouga was still two hours ...
... as Rasheed explained how the families sleep, eat & co-exist with their livestock either on the terrace in summer or in the downstairs room in winter where they also light a fire to offset the dark and dankness. We also stumbled across her husband's home distillary, which she was a little concerned about, but we reassured her that their secret was safe with us! Apparently they make a mean date based ...