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... around chatting and drinking on the sun terrace then, this afternoon, taking a dip in the river. This had been unthinkable yesterday but it has been another hot dat without a breeze, so i was talked into it. I wish i hadn't been though as it was bloody freezing. It was literally i, pose for a photo under the waterfall, then out much to the amusement of Mitch, Doug and Louise as well as all the passers by. Thankfully the sun soon dried me ...
... even a couple people camping along the way. But I'm still fully enjoying this experience, as if I'm taking part in an important pilgrimage.
A little farther there are a couple little shacks which serve food and I figure I ought to stop for some lunch. A tagine is pretty pricey, so I settle on an omelette instead. Next to me is an older German couple with whom I strike up a conversation. Their quite jolly and friendly--even offering to share their salad with me... something ...
... taking me because he says the medina is very confusing and it’s easy to get lost in, especially at night.
So the two of us went to the first hostel, which was only two minutes away. When we reached the hostel, the guy asked me for a tip. I told him that I didn’t expect to have to give him a tip, that I thought that he was just helping me for kindness sake, and that I never asked him to help me. The main reason that I did not open my wallet and give him a tip, though, ...
... hard, but at this altitude (2000 meters) the air is thin and breathing can be difficult. At a slow and steady pace, we arrived in the tiny village and settled into our home stay accommodation. To make a bit of extra money people will often open y. their homes to tourists. The home was comfortable, but quite cold. A dinner of chicken tagine was served (surprise surprise!) that tasted amazing. Food always tastes ...
... lived out of the house, and his younger, 17 year-old daughter, quietly stayed out of the fray and spent the evening watching Mexican soap operas that had been dubbed into Arabic on TV. I guess she wasn’t into Dad’s new project of bringing tourists into their home for a night. (We were apparently the second group that had stayed with Lassan and his family so far.) When dinner was ready, we ate with the men of the family in the dining room (which was ...