Auberge La Terrasse des Delices
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- Pets allowed
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... and then south back to Ait BenHaddou. This was fossil and quartz country and every Berber and his dog was trying to flog it on the side of the road. We stopped at the top of the pass to take a photo of the view and hey presto, as if by magic, three little girls this time appeared from nowhere. Three lined exercise books, three pens and three happy little girls later and we were on our way back to Kasbah Valentine.
Two tagines, a ...
... a series of switchbacks that afforded better and better views the higher we climbed. The valleys were beautiful, filled with trees, farmland and Berber villages everywhere. And we passed through so many tiny villages I lost count with each one modeled on the same style and having the same pattern of daily life. There were small stands selling produce and shops with housware and pottery for sale. (Clay pots are a primary cooking tool in Morocco.) I saw the requisite ...
... are on the menu today so can you guess which one I had?? After lunch we take a short drive to the hotel Les Jardins were we are bunkering down for the night. It's quite nice and has a big pool and a lovely rose garden. The room on the other hand is a little ordinary. Paul heads out with the group for a trip to the shops, apparently I chose well by not going and taking time out to sit and relax on the terrace at ...
... not leave us alone and Jeremy simply gave in to his guidance. Pressuring us to buy specific bus tickets, that no doubt he would be getting some cut in, he urged us that this was the last bus of the day. I full well knew this to be untrue as I had already looked up bus times on the internet.
When the tout saw I was trying to escape him he got angry, and publicly cursed me, which was all part of his game I suppose. He declared aggressively that he ...
... car if we used the correct setting. Also, the driver was kind enough to stop when the scenery got particularly amazing. He could hear our cameras clicking from the back of the van and thought that we were absolutely hilarious for taking so many pictures.
We stopped for a longer bathroom/shopping/snack break in Ouarzazate, but most of my pictures from this town were taken when we ...