Auberge Chez Yacob
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... English but not how to write it. It sounded like a scam but we walked with him, however when twenty metres looked like it was definitely heading for his shop, we parted. Looking back, I could see him laughing....obviously a new and different way to get you into a shop to buy - certainly not one we had come across.
Within seconds, a second guy was alongside asking where we were from. "Nouvelle Zelandia", we said, to which he said ...
... his birds so that no one else hunts them. Crazy right? He even provided the guys with a desert vehicle to trek around in incase they need to patrol.
Stop #2 - Visit a villager friend who lives in a dreamy little Oasis and have lunch at his house. Stop #3 - Visit another friend who lives in a mountain vllage. Stop #4 - a little off road fun/death hill to scare that **** our of Marisha and even Brian a little. Peter really has a way of making the last day count. ...
... for the collective taxi to take them to the weekly market. Even though the landscape and the look of the villages is the same, the lifestyle is quite different.
Tensikht is actually a couple villages on the slopes above the oasis with still mostly traditional earthen homes. There’s the tomb of a saint at the edge where people come to make special ...
... around, I finally paint myself into a corner, with a cliff on one side and the river on the other. Determined not to backtrack, I clamber up on a narrow canal right on the side of the cliff, and do a balancing act until I finally find a way up the steep hill.
Maybe I’ll stick to the road for a ...
... Morocco. All have special trinkets from the desert in the dark interior of the shop and show great imagination in their attempts to entice you inside. However, I have to say, they are incredibly polite and do understand “Non, merci” They just add a small rejoinder, “Demain. Insh Allah!”
We have run out of supermarkets this far south and so shopping has become a real adventure. Looking at the ...