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... to buy. We had to negotiate prices and communicate exactly what we wanted. Lansari gave us money for the purchases so we had an idea of what the costs should be. We dropped the food off at a hotel, where they would use the ingredients that we bought to make our dinner. We then went to a Grand Circle a Foundation Site. This is a dormitory for 80 boys 12 and older. It is a boarding place. Families send their boys out to work when they are 12 to help support ...
... a while. Caleb and I opted for spaghetti with meat sauce so as to change up the tagine thing. There was a table of ten or so Australians next to us and at one point one of the guys dropped and did 20 push ups. I challenged Caleb to drop and do ten which he eventually did - once a positive reward was provided. Everyone got a kick out of it. Later on we stopped at a gorge where we walked in between some huge mountains whose faces ...
... was easily seem from the road and my bike and helmet would alert the lad to my location. So by 3.15 I had made voice contact with Mike who advised that they had just gotten clear of the gorge. He had not reckoned their position correctly ( so Casey it's OK for you to make your return to MotoGP, no attack from Alex or Mike ). After realising that there were no hotels in the town I was in, I sent a message to Mike telling them to stay ...
... the middle of nowhere where you honestly believe time has forgotten. Now going into this, we had no idea what to expect. No idea what we'd see. No idea what we'd eat. No idea where we'd sleep. The brochure is a referral from a friend, a Facebook introduction and a promise that we'd have a good time and get an inside look at Moroccan life with no hassles. Night one Was spent in Peter's mountain house. A camp to us, but already starting our trek off in a very cool way. He ...
... More men appear. Now there is a small group of men around us talking heatedly in Arabic, Berber or whatever. Young man (who is not a minibus driver) attempts to mediate. It's 40 Dh on the minibus he tells me or 150 Dh for a private taxi. It now transpires that our hotel is not 1km out of town as indicated by booking.com but in a village 24km away. Bugger, now we are stuffed. We came to see the rose festival and it now appears we have booked for four nights somewhere in the middle ...