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... et poisson Pumpkin soup Fresh sesame rolls Warm Moroccan salad - eggplant, tomato, chicken topped with mozzarella - like a ratatouille Quail, roast potatoes, green beans Bottle of red Moroccan wine Then the lights went off and I thought oh no here we go again - power outage....BUT - Drumming started, singing started and candles lead some ten Moroccans young and old singing and dancing procession like holding a large cake on a huge platter made ...
... 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 ...
... amazed at what we had seen. For the next 5 days we were still finding sand in our ears and hair! The following day we caught a bus to Agadir which was a small beach town on the Atlantic Ocean, where we attempted to relax and get some beach time in. We discovered it was definitely not a beach type of place as the water was freezing and the wind was constantly blowing a gale. It was a very touristy town full of resorts and Europeans, you really would not have thought we were in ...
... 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 ...
... contrast with other areas, like around Ouarzazate or Skoura where the streams are allowed to erode the topsoil until there a rocky, useless streambed hundred of meters wide. Not here. People know that this is the only cultivatable land they've got and they’re willing to got to great effort to not lose any of it.
Finally I reach another village, Ait Kdeem, where I have the hankering for ...