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... The next day we visited the Jardin Majolle which where beautiful gardens which had been looked after by Yves Saint Lauren at one point and was full of cactuses, palm trees, fountains and a beautiful house painted a deep blue. On our last morning we had a tasty traditional breakfast grabbed our bags and headed to the airport to catch our flight out of ...
... in all directions once we left the plains and started to ascend the serpentine road up the first slopes of the High Atlas.
The bus stopped in the market town of Asni. Before we had time to ask what was happening, our luggage, which was fixed on the roof of the minibus, was already moved to the roof of another van, so we followed it. We drove for additional 20 kilometres up the mountain to the village of Imlil. This is where the paved road ends and you can continue ...
... said 50 but think he was just trying to impress!! Jolly damn hot anyway! Took some time to cool down and de-stress after the mornings events before finding our way to Marrakechs main square.
And this is why it we came!! !!!!!!!!
Mind blowing, with all senses being attacked at once!. Hundreds and hundreds of people (only HUNDREDS because its early) mingling with donkeys and carts, with dancing troupes beating their drums, and snake ...
... our short break, we began the long trek down the valley to our eventual finishing point but via a stopover along the way. This stopover is so far proving to be ver nice. We have the place almost to ourselves with a shop and a river nearby. More importantly though, it is the lack of people. Some of the group were complaining about noisy neighbours last night and didn’t sleep very well because of them. Apart from the roar of the stream, there should ...
... Moroccan adventurers. But I have passed a few people that looked like locals, dressed in their best attire, walking or riding mules up this trail--even older ladies. This is a bit odd. These folks clearly aren't doing this for fun--and they don't look like their going to herd goats or looking for firewood...
It's not long before I find my answer. A little farther up is a giant boulder painted white with a Moroccan flag on top and a little mosque beside it. Right before it ...