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... back to the hostel. Cold yes, but I had had it with most people wanting money out of me for everything all the time. In hindsight, I did feel a bit badly for not giving him ten or fifteen dirham. With some stalls starting to close, our night was coming to an end when one of the girls says she knows a short cut back to the hostel. Here we go again! After our last escapade, I strongly suggest that we just stick to the main streets, and so we do and get back in relatively short ...
... to us too, topped with an oily tomato sauce, that was tasty too! Dessert was an orange, sliced and topped with cinnamon. After lunch we drove over into Asni valley, here there were numerous villages. A river where many locals had come to have a Sunday picnic and cherry trees lining the sides of the road. On one side of us were the mountains, still covered in snow. One of these was Mount Toubkal, at 4,167m is the highest peak in Northern Africa. After ...
... mentioned previously Morocco really was the destination that just kept giving and we would highly recommend, if you have not already done so, adding Morocco to your bucket list.
Highlights of the High Atlas and Marrakech:
- The diverse array of visual splendour as we crossed the passes of the High Atlas
... their world with rhymes of my own.
After we had given all of our loose change away as tips to these talented young men, another waiter and aspiring metal-head came out and played for us acoustic versions of his repetoire, which were spectacular. He refused the money we offered him as tip, insisting that he played for himself and was glad that we had enjoyed it. Upon leaving, the staff and the band of musicians came out and took pictures with ...
... the centre of the old town, families still spend their lives in the smelliest of occupations imaginable. It's a site to behold, but a clogged nose is definitely an asset.
Onwards to Marrakech. By this time I was really unwell with a head cold, so Sam headed out to explore this amazing city. We were lucky to be staying close by to the main square, so everything was accessible on foot. Marrakech is a fascinating blend of just ...