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... enjoy the day in the life. It is an opportunity to experience and learn about how the local people live. We also get to meet and interact with wonderful people. This was one of the best. It was a full non-stop day. We did return to the hotel until 9 PM. Our first stop was to see and learn about agriculture in the area. Alfalfa is the main crop. The leaves are used in soup, but it is really grown for animal feed. They can get 12 crops a year since it is fast growing. ...
... both the Arabic and Berber alphabet. Caleb immediately engaged Hassan and started to learn the different sounds each character made. As he watched the elderly artist was very moved by our trip and how it will open Caleb's mind to the world we all live in. We stopped for lunch in a small Berber town called Innis. It did not look like a place that was even a business from the outside but upon entering we saw the most tourists we had ...
... was easily seem from the road and my bike and helmet would alert the lad to my location. So by 3.15 I had made voice contact with Mike who advised that they had just gotten clear of the gorge. He had not reckoned their position correctly ( so Casey it's OK for you to make your return to MotoGP, no attack from Alex or Mike ). After realising that there were no hotels in the town I was in, I sent a message to Mike telling them to stay ...
... found the house on one of their treks, met the local man who owned it and they bought it. They did a little work to it, added a proper bathroom and now use it for little getaways or when Peter takes guys out on week long motorbike tours (his main bread and butter). Word travels fast that we were here and quickly received invitations for two dinners at locals homes...back to back. Dinner one went well considering the massive language barrier. Peter knows a little ...
... More men appear. Now there is a small group of men around us talking heatedly in Arabic, Berber or whatever. Young man (who is not a minibus driver) attempts to mediate. It's 40 Dh on the minibus he tells me or 150 Dh for a private taxi. It now transpires that our hotel is not 1km out of town as indicated by booking.com but in a village 24km away. Bugger, now we are stuffed. We came to see the rose festival and it now appears we have booked for four nights somewhere in the middle ...