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... the city, the rammed earth and clay-rendered buildings making it look like a picture book oasis. Above both towered dramatic rugged cliff walls and they came to hem us in as we continued past the city through the winding gorge. After a time we jumped out of the bus and walked alongside the top of the wide, shallow river like the locals - obviously a popular way to beat the heat, people frolicked in the stream or lay on carpets they had soaked in ...
... 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 ...
... The Moroccans are Sunnis. We went back in our tents and some down time.l Then at 4:30 drove back to the dunes to take photos of the dunes in the changing light. Just beautiful! Dinner was spaghetti, as previous travelers wanted to have a change of food in the camp for one day. This was a very busy day that was amazing! Tomorrow we leave the Sahara and travel back to our bus in Erfond. We had a fabulous view of the stars as there were no ...
... 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 ...