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.
... and oranges, each shade shifting over the peaks and troughs of the dunes as the sun rose further in the sky. Undulating as far as the eye could see, the ridges ebbed and flowed, a vast ocean of flaming waves catching the glow of the sun.
We left the snakes to wake up and slither out of their hiding places and stumbled back down to the baked ground below. Here we had a simple breakfast as the sun continued its path higher into the sky, every now and again ...
... 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 ...
... side, “That’s a European who bought that built that as a vacation house there. Normally we don’t sell our land to outsiders—but in this case we made an exception” I ask if this person gets along well with the locals, and Elhousein says yes…
Before long we reach the village of El Had Imoules where there are regular shops and even a little café—something ...
... being undetected. Perhaps even some of the guys working on the dam could moonlight as criminals… I’m sure having all these outsiders affects people’s sense of security.
I wonder how folks feel about this dam being built in their region—especially folks upstream who won’t benefit in the least from it. All irrigation water from it will go down to the Taroudant plains. Not ...