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... the stars at night. I wouldn't swap it for anything.
Of course no blog (of mine) is complete without a paragraph or two on food. there are two things you can be sure of when it comes to your taste buds. You'll drink enough sugary mint tea to send your dentist into a spin. And, after a couple of days, you'll be sick to your back teeth of tagine and couscous.
Ahhh yes, MINT TEA… Moroccans love ...
... come out and we are transferred to another bus that took us to the main station and very quickly find ourselves on another bus heading towards our destination, hopefully! <i>Note: I tell this story not to scare you into not taking buses as we never personally felt threatened or unsafe in anyway it just made for an interesting start to our travels proper.</i> Lastly can I say this is a truly beautiful drive with wonderful scenery as you drive up and over the Tizi ...
... struggling under the weight of tree limbs and branches strapped to their back, which they gathered every day for cooking and heating their homes. Also, as luck would have it, Tuesday is laundry day in the villages and everywhere we went colourful clothing was hung on walls or flapping from lines in the breeze.
Of equal interest to me was the spectacular scenery. We were traveling on the Tizi n'Tichka (N9) through the High Atlas Mountains and the very narrow ...
... came, the full moon lit our way.
After a toilet stop in a high mountain village, the man just in front of me made gurgling noises and I realised he was being sick on the floor. Not such a good aroma in the bus after that but I soon fell asleep, George in my arms, and did not wake until we were driving into Ouarzazate.
Though this looked to be but an average kind of town, I already knew this was a favoured location of cinema giants, with no less ...
8 hrs, 20.3 kms Day Totals: 16 hr, 33.0 kms I have one challenge left to complete my Desert Gateway Superhike: connect Tazantoute, at the mouth of the Oued Melh river and Ouarzazate. Originally my plan had been to try to follow the river itself, which goes through a narrow gorge which I don’t know if it’s walkable or not. My idea was to give myself a full day, that way, if I reached a dead end, I could still backtrack to ...