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... others stayed up and drank the red (including Abdul, the camel lead man). It was so cold. Think it may have been a 3 camel night! I had to get up a couple of times to the toilet but it was ok cause of the bright moon. I think I had about 2 hours sleep cause of the cold. Should have got another blanket. Anyway we survived the night and no terrorists from Algeria galloped in and kidnapped us for ransom or ...
... thirty call to prayer. We would become used to the way the call punctuated each day's business with a reminder of what was of higher importance. In this way, Allah's presence permeates and weaves itself into daily life and thought, and has tour guides looking edgily at their watches as they find places to park their groups for a few minutes. The first photo I have put up is taken from the top of our Riad, looking across the medina, which spills down into ...
In Errachidia after a goodnight sleep went to the gas station for some breakfast, and was approached by a local guide, Abdul, another one. He had been at the Hotel the night before and had picked up a client and was heading the same way as us. Interesting that he had not approached us in the Hotel as we were eating, and then of course we went back to our room. Anyway. He recommended a Hotel to stay in and declined a tip. Most unusual. We ...
This weekend I finally got out of Rabat and did some real traveling through Morocco. I arranged a tour to the Sahara with two other volunteers here, Ben and Aliyyah, who are both great. It was a short trip--just one night in the dunes--and practically a full day of traveling on each end. But it was so worth it! Saturday morning at 6 am we took a train to Fes. The public transit system in Morocco is really nice: all the trams and trains ...
... On a little way further and still with lots of day trippers, we came to the Barbary apes. They were hanging out in the trees waiting to be fed peanuts by the tourists. We made another short stop here, just long enough to slip and slide through the snow, sink to our ankles in the slushy melt and feed the apes.
Then our real road trip began. Hours of driving with one more short stop for lunch about 3. But the drive was ...