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Travel Blogs from Ouarzazate
*Excursion entries quoted from journal*
**Photos to be added**
"We're out of the desert. I'm sandy and tired, but this place is magnificent.
The girls seemed shy when we walked in the doors. The table was full of pastries and tea, and my stomach was growling. After dropping off my bags I went downstairs and managed to speak with a special needs teacher from the area. His story has opened my eyes to so much. At one point he says, ...
... of Morocco's history in artifacts. So many beautiful things - oh what we would buy if we had all the money in the world.
Next we stopped off at Ait Ben Haddou, the UNESCO world heritage site, which despite being hundreds of years old and now pretty much inhabited still is in very good condition of an ancient town. Then it was time to leave the arid land of Morocco and head back over the Atlas mountains. We did see a dramatic change in landscape as everything turned ...
... he was very stoical and after various evacuations in the loo and my dearest Tim washed out the sleeping bag( which Nick went back into wet !) and various clothes, we all tried to settle back to sleep. Just as Tim and I were nodding off , we heard drums beating in the background and chanting. This became louder and louder . It sounded as if there were at least 50 or so people chanting to a drumbeat and then a ...
... a little plateau overlooking the oasis. I wander inside, through the gate to an open area with a partially ruined buildings around. I ask a cheerful old lady, pulling a donkey laden with firewood the name of the town
"Tlamesna" she tells me, then says, wanting to be helpful “the hotel is right around the corner.”
Sure enough, there’s an upscale Riad hotel in the middle of the poverty and ruins of ...
1. The only type of cheese in Morocco is, somewhat inexplicable, Laughing Cow. There are also cheaper generics.
2. There is nothing quite as mournful or lamentable as the sound of a goat trusted up and placed on a roof rack.
3. All "Grand taxis" (serving long distance routes) are venerable beige coloured Mercedes from the 70s.
4. All "Petit ...