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... road. After a couple of hard landings we learned however how to negotiate such obstacles with this car: speed. When taken with enough speed, you pretty much fly over the bumps and holes without hitting anything. Of course this causes more stress on your suspension and tires, but we're quite confident both will hold. Our new technique came too late however for the exhaust: seems we already gave it another hole judging by the very ...
We drove back to Rabat and as we were getting to our bush camp, we bogged down, it is to be expected its been raining for 3 days now, the ground is very soft and just driving on this stuff is bad, but still it never took long to dig it out, even though we did use the sand boards to get us out
It was another wet night, but not much to do about it, ...
... friendly, a smile offered and one returned, whilst there may be a language barrier there is always the understanding of a smile shared between two people that can break down all barriers.
Back in Fes, with some free time, we flagged a Petite Taxi and headed back into town, with a passenger already in the taxi we had the most interesting tour as he was dropped off first and we were rewarded with an insight into the local streets ...
... city did not improve. The traffic was horrendous and at 9.00 am we had been in a stationery traffic jam for just over an hour. The decaying city buildings on the outskirts of the city were grey and drab and the air was heavy with pollution and the stench of sewerage drains. It was really hard to get too excited about what we had thought would be such an exotic and romantic city.
The scenery out of Casablanca and toward Rabat was similarly ...
... fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">As we walked through the door, we were each given a sprig of mint to cover the smell from the tannery. From the roof terrace at the top it truly was a fantastic view. Down on our left, loads of baths (white) filled with pigeon ****, cow urine and lime to create a highly acidic solution which prised the hair or wool off the ...