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Travel Blogs from Skoura
... in the valleys below. The road twists like a ribbon of steel, through Berber villages, around crumbling, biblical, Kasbahs and in to the Todra Gorge, were Nomads who herd goats above pink and grey boulder strewn valleys, live in the troglodyte caves visible from the road.
Arriving at our next campsite we bumped into a Frenchman, who we’d met briefly and telling us about the desert storm in his own unique way, he flailed his arms about ...
... seen the hot bread being cooked in the wood oven we were delighted to be eating it! Fruit, freshly baked bread, flat bread and omelette, the food just kept on coming. Freshly squeezed juice, coffee, tea and an amazing view up and down the valley... Did we mention Morocco is the country that just keeps on giving, whenever we thought we had experienced the highlight of the trip another highlight evolved.
Feeling content after such an impressive breakfast we ...
... did provide a good photo op.
We then walked back to the car, dropped Ali back in the town square, bid him adieu and drove back to Erfoud for the trip towards Todra Gorge, but not before we made a quick stop at the date souk in Erfoud. I learned that Erfoud is actually the date capital of Morocco and the host of the annual date festival, which I was going to miss by four days. (Damn. I love a good local festival.)
Anyway, I bought a box of dates (way ...
You don't suppose it's somewhere the other side of the bridge?
It was. A little Dacia Duster 4x4 was waiting, lights on, engine running, underneath a huge sign for Chez Talout. He seemed pleased to see us.
"Is before the bridge, yes? You come from Ouarzazate."
Hum. Yes. I suppose so. I suppose we should have seen the sign when we first came along that road, but we weren't looking for it ...
... birds about but some were quite difficult to get on to and we were mildly pestered by a couple of shepherds, one of whom theatrically fell to the ground and then asked us for money because he had injured himself. The performance itself was almost worth a few pence but we found great difficulty taking him seriously. Anyone who was a fan of Vic Reeves and ...