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... tagine (I will be incorporating preserved lemons and plums into my cooking in a big way) and some of the others used a little extra time to explore a small Berber museum. Continuing on our way we started wiring through some more spectacular gorge country. In the bottom of the valley following a snaking river lay a dense green belt of lush grass and crops and a sea of fronds from the crowded palms and trees. Creeping up on either side of the ...
... vegetables) and purchased items for our dinner that night. We dropped the food off at a local restaurant which prepared our meal. The Grand Circle Foundation supports a dormitory for high school boys from the countryside. This enables them to continue their schooling beyond what is possible in small villages. We visited this facility and met many of the boys living there. These young men are leaning English in school and ...
... for what ended up being a memorable and eventful evening. The place was started my a French fellow (Pierre and a Moroccan fellow). Eventually Pierre moved back to France and the Moroccan guy owns it fully and his two brothers help run it. From being seated through to the end it was first class. There were actually other people dinning for a change - a couple from Australia, 3 women from Washington DC and a couple from Montreal. Dinner: Tart ...
... Morocco. Alan was astounded that even a public toilet he used that day was made from black fossilised marble! One marble dealer said to us "Ahh, you see. Other African countries have oil and minerals. We have marble and fossils".
Midelt was deadly quiet as we drove in the early morning along main street. It was a Sunday and it all seemed somewhat like a ghost town, with most of the shops and businesses closed for the ...
... nights. The good news was that we thought we were going to be freezing in tents but the hotel was letting us sleep in one of their communal lounge areas.
The rest of the day was spent doing washing, some in the laundry but others in the river. A few coaches of tourists turned up and took photos of the group, obviously surprised to see Westerners washing clothes in the stream next to the donkeys! ...