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... 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 ...
... us the Jewish Souk where they make carpets of course we were interested to see this and happily followed him into a house where we were offered tea, the guy said he was popping out for a cigarette and would be back soon. We chattered very happily with the woman and were shown how the carpets are made which was very interesting until the hard sell started. Interestingly I nearly opened the box of dates to share with them, unfortunately I ...
... a while. Caleb and I opted for spaghetti with meat sauce so as to change up the tagine thing. There was a table of ten or so Australians next to us and at one point one of the guys dropped and did 20 push ups. I challenged Caleb to drop and do ten which he eventually did - once a positive reward was provided. Everyone got a kick out of it. Later on we stopped at a gorge where we walked in between some huge mountains whose faces ...
... was astounded that even a public toilet he used that day was made from black fossilised marble! One marble dealer said to us "Ahh, you see. Other African countries have oil and minerals. We have marble and fossils".
Midelt was deadly quiet as we drove in the early morning along main street. It was a Sunday and it all seemed somewhat like a ghost town, with most of the shops and businesses closed for the day. We were interested that the ...
... 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 ...