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... down deep canyons.
Monkey's Fingers and Hairpins
Boumalne du Dades is the town at the mouth of the Gorge du Dades where we turned left up and into the Dades Gorge. Clouds closed in above us letting only minutes of sunshine light up the picturesque settings of mud-stone villages, the color of them depending on the color of rock appearing in the mountains surrounding ...
... for different requirements. Many movies set in Biblical times have been made here. We leave the artificial world of movie making and follow the highway east travelling between two mountain chains - the High Atlas and the Anti (low) Atlas. The valley formed between the two ranges is quite productive, with crops of maize, vegetables and of course more olives. The town of El-Kelaa-M'Gouna, boasts a ...
... wasn't too bad if you didn't think to hard about refridgeration in the desert. Everything has been served very hot, so hopefully killing off the bad guys in a piece of that's in the 140 degree desert. There were several other small groups there, about 20 people total. After dinner the entertainment began, camp workers drumming and singing. Which included lots of audience participation dancing and singing which we are not particularily fond of. We gave a smile ...
... coming the other way. The whole Ksar was in middle of a oasis. We were greeted with the traditional sweeeeeet tea and biscuits in the garden surrounded by palm trees and orange trees The rooms we had were huge and dinner was special. We had soup followed by a Pastilla (Savoury filling wrapped in Filo pastry with icing sugar and cinnamon on top) For desert we had diced banana and apples in Youghurt topped with date juice. Yum, yum,yum.
... on a compromise and decide to count the whole thing as two villages.
I pause to strum my songs in a leafless grove of trees—a sign that spring hasn't quite arrived to this high altitude region. Then I find a bridge across the stream to what looks like the “main village” of this valley, with a school, a couple of shops and “village hall” with the name of the village/region: Ait ...