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... br> THE FINALE:
I think with Treks the last day is different for different people. For us (in our limited trekking experience) we seem to find it a bit boring and we are a bit over the whole adventure and just want to get "home" and relax.
We were up early, very early in fact at 7:30am and after a quick breakfast were on our way. After crossing the river bed and then going through the actual town of Timichi it was just a case of following the road all the ...
... The architecture of the museum building is its main attraction too. It has small displays of tapestries, jewelry, ceramic and paintings.
Finally Got Oriented (A Little Bit)
Afterward the few hours in Ben Youssef, we again got lost in the souqs of the medina. We now know our way from Ben Youssef. To get back to our Riad, we just ask anyone for the way to Ben Youssef!
... the cliffs. I was quite glad when it did because i was too cold and i to had put my fleece on, something i never have to do because i am walking fast enough to keep myself warm. As we neared the top, i noticed the altitude effects as i tried to jog a short distance to catch people up after yet another **** stop. It took me quite a bit longer than normal to catch my breath. Another member of our team, Colin, was struggling with sore feet and was left quite a way ...
... climbing family adventure--now that's really unusual... and inspiring.
With that I head inside to have my supper. At another table is a large group of French climbers, several generations. I seems like they're doing this as "family reunion" adventure. But they're French... so that's not really that unusual...
With that, I head out to the balcony to the cold night air and gaze out to a world enveloped in mist. And with that, I head to bed. I've got a big day ...
Managed to over estimate the time needed in Marrakech, so spent two days bumming around and trying not to get ripped off.
Morrocco is the first 3rd World country that I have visited, and it has been a real eye opener. So glad I did a tour, as I met some nice ...