Riad Cascades d'Ouzoud
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... calling it second world; there’s garbage and a stupid numbers of cats everywhere but they still have electricity and cars and there are business buildings and cell phones but at the same time nobody has any teeth or if they do they’re all rotten. So imagine an African village combined with like… a metropolis a quarter of the size of NYC and make it really dirty then drop 4 million cats on it and you’re in the ballpark. I hope that made no sense, because a ...
... until the generator turned on then we went to sleep. Its a pretty direct train. With a few stops in Casablanca about halfway thru. Just enough commotion to take me out if my deep slumber for a few hours. Overall, I think I slept about 6 hours of the 10 and half hour trip. my cabin companion, told me when we got to the final stop by just saying last. I got off and headed out unto the morning. Easy ...
... 35 degrees according to my REI key chain thermometer but our local guide cried bogus on that. He was wearing a sweater and hadn't even broken a sweat. He said this isn't hot at all to the others cowering in the shade. Maybe 25. I had everyone on my side until an Israeli guy called up the local temp on his phone. Local temp from weather.com which can't accurately tell you what yesterday's temperature was let alone a sparsely populated desert community living in mud brick houses half ...
... that were living in Volubis moved to when they up and left Volubis.
It is a pretty whitewashed city that covers a hill. It isn't big but isn't flat either. It is a pretty good effort to get from the main square up through the maze of alleys to get to a viewing point. But we had a guide, one that we gave ample warning to that we didn't want and weren't going to pay for. But he stuck along with us. Making sure we hit all the right turns and didn't get ...
... when the French were running things.
I seems like one Imam starts and that starts an amplified kazoo concert across the Medina seems to signal the others to pull out their Kazoos and get their congregations rallied to the mosque. It goes on for about 5 minutes each time. People tend to go on about their business paying little notice. I never got that nonchalant about it. My first reaction was always to get out if the away of the fast approaching cow.
We were ...