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... tribes do different designs. Each one is unique. We wound up buying a small one. Just too beautiful to pass up! Our last stop was at the home of a woman who does henna painting. It was interesting to learn about the process and watch her work. I had one done on my hand. Fun!! We returned to our hotel for 40 minutes. Then we went back out to dinner in a huge red tent. Our ingredients were made into soup and chicken tagine. Berber musicians performed for us. An excellent ...
... into the gorge. For the moment, the stall holders braved the Atlas air in the shadows of vertical rock. I was fortunate enough to meet one of the stall holders preparing for the day. It took me a moment to realise he was blind. By touch, he arranged a set of leather camels for his display; each facing the same direction. He then mentioned he worked with a cooperative of disabled people to produce the crafts. As he set up carved animals, he carefully felt the shape of the polished ...
... freezing though so I didn't go past my knees. After a beer by the pool we went out for dinner at a nice restaurant just down the road. Pretty much everyone from the group stayed together so it was nice to have a meal altogether. While we were at the restaurant we saw a bit of a scuffle happening up the street. It was a bit freaky but didn't come to anything. After dinner we went for a wee wander up the street before heading back to the hotel for an early ...
... lunch with a local imam. There was a very lively discussion about Islam and the state of affairs among Muslims. We ended our day in ouarzazate which was once a French foreign legion city and now the heart of filmmaking in morocco. A word about the food. We are now in 10th day of eating tagine, basically chicken, lamb, or beef with squishy vegetables. The food is bland but can be spiced up with piquante hot sauce. On the way to ...
... nowhere, we are now boxed in by other minibuses which have arrived in the interim. Much honking and jabbering. Minibuses shuffle round and we are away...in the opposite direction it would appear. Minibus driver is still looking for more fares. Two more passengers squeeze inside and finally we are on our way. Leaving the tarmac 24km later and up a dirt track we eventually arrive at our hotel. OK, when Colette said the hotel isn't so good, she did not say it's not finished! We take ...