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. ...
Day 053 : 4 hours, 6.5 kms
The next town is just a tiny hamlet that takes just a few minutes to walk through. I see a man sitting in front of a house and ask in Arabic, "excuse me, what's the name of this village?"
“Why do you want to know?!” He responds gruffly. I’m a bit taken aback. I’ve never met someone openly hostile in this region.
“I’m just passing through and want to know what the ...
Day 053 : 6 hours, 5.8 kms
Less than two weeks after my South Desert adventure, I'm off on another 4 day adventure. And I know exactly what I want: I want to do another Superhike. Doing that Souss Valley Superhike felt really good, and I’m eager to a put another one under my belt. And where to? The Draa Valley of course! I spent two days exploring this ...
... 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 ...