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... I watched on for a while and had a brief kick-to-kick with two little lads before having my fill of winching at the crunch of stones and carried on past the "field" up towards the peaks in the distance. My path took me along the same stoney surface that the match had been played on and eventually it became clear that things were not the footwear of choice for this expedition that had already taken me far away from the little town. I worked my ...
... once every 3 years) and cactus silk threads. The colours are all made from natural products then made permanent with vinegar and ? We were then shown a selection of carpets. I had thought I might buy a carpet if I saw one I liked and the price was right. I did end up buying one. Just a small wall hanging sized one with a lot of different styles used. It cost (after bartering) 2000 ...
One of the toughest days yet. Primarily due to the weather holding us hostage. It began as promising as we stated to walk the village after breakfast. It consists of a single road that winds up and down with large mountains on either side. There are multiple Berber Auberges/hotels which we wonder how busy they ever get as this is supposed to be part of their high season now. Christine was struck with the singular color of brown everywhere from the mountains to the mud and ...
... and are populated in Morocco by mainly Berber people.
The mountain chains that comprise the Atlas were uplifted some 60 million years ago as the land masses of Europe and Africa collided at the southern end of the Iberian Peninsular. The resulting subduction (one tectonic plate sliding beneath another) was thought to be partly responsible for the formation of the High Atlas as well as for the closure of the Strait of ...
... on the edge of the mountains watching the sunset.
As we walked back to the truck a motorbike pulled up with a couple of locals on it and they proceeded to put out a blanket of 'souvenirs’ and try and sell us something every time we walked passed them. We hoped ignoring them would work but after a few phone calls more of them turned up with drums and decided to play and sing to us. We cranked ...