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... five minutes, everyone else left following some guy into the riverbed area, so we had to catch up. Turns out it was a tour. And it was free. We went to see a Berber community in a Jewish Kasbah where received carpet making history and info with "no pressure". Pressure! Never ask a question or show anything close to interest! I held out a long time, and he even brought me back into the house three times. Now need ...
... was uninhabited so wether knocking on a door would help or not we would never know
A look at some rock carvings closer to town, a couple of gazelles etched into the red granite rock of dubious origins. This time we had guides in Lynn and Houssein and they were located easily.
A booze run to Agadir. Morocco, as a Muslim country is generally dry of alcohol, however, they have a thriving wine industry and the biggest selling drink in the whole ...
... in hands as we navigated the islands. Once safely, over, we wound back up through streets that would not have looked out of place in Harry Potter and the Moroccan Kasbah - so like a Berber Diagon Alley they were, and back to the cool haven if iur hotel. Here we enjoyed another feast of delicately scented cous cous and fiery Harissa with pillow-soft bread and fragrant vegetable soup. Then, after a tiring day, it was time for bed and plenty of rest for another epic odyssey through the region ...
... movies filmed here (although a little weather beaten and worn), including Jewel of the Nile, Kingdom of Heaven and Kundun. At the Alfourssane campsite in Ouarzazate we were greeted with mint tea in a Berber tent and had Tagines delivered, (room service style) direct to the Burkemobil. In a few days we were headed in to the Draa valley, a drive lined with mud brick Kasbahs and Palmeraies from where we were planning our drive to the edge of ...
... is an enormous oasis in the desert that goes on for miles. The widest swath spanned hundreds of yards, filled with palm trees, vegetation, and of course, water to perpetuate the growth of green. Mustafa informed us that the palms were all date palms, another botanical fact that was news to us. I thought palm trees only produced coconuts, but apparently there are more than 20 varieties of date palms, which naturally are a huge food item in the ...