Riad Dar Al Qadiri
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... is provided, and where a throng of doe-eyed children stared at us with great interest; 3) the education room, where the women were being taught the Koran by singing, which was hauntingly beautiful. Afterwards we drove on to the palmery, which was pleasant but almost anticlimactic after the market and cooperative. Kim and I went with our guide on a stroll and were introduced to the local plants and flowers. Then we all lunch under a huge canopy of bougainvillea branches.
... sand beneath our seats. It was with caution that we sat down from then on! On the horizon, layers of coloured light were stacked one on top of the other, a never ending patchwork of reds, oranges, pinks, blues and violets. Eventually, as the sky began to lighten, the sun began to peek out from below the layers, its rays shooting outwards like sabres, piercing the coloured hues. The sand all around us began to take on new colours, the reddish greys of the night giving way to ...
... up ahead. Unbelievably, in the complex of shops, in with that gas station, was a pink motel.
Just What the Doctor Ordered
That pink motel was Motel Cafe-Restaurant Tizi n't and it turned out to be just what the doctor ordered.
The owner was obliging and made sure we had what we needed. The room was spacious and clean and the shower was hot. Wifi was ...
... to stay the night, and with what Elhousein has been telling me of how distrustful people are in this region, I’m not sure I’d want to end up there at night with no place to stay. So I’m going to scratch off Tamarut from my list of "must revisit" villages. If I make it back there someday,fine, if not, fine.
Up above Assaka the valley gets wider and more fertile. Elhousein points to a house ...
... eye on him until he leaves town. This way it’s pretty hard to do something bad without everybody knowing about it—a pretty good deterrent for crime. But here, with a dam being built, there’s a constant movement of people coming in and out, people the locals don’t know and can’t control. Criminals can easily take advantage of this, come in, rob people or rape someone and go ...