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... for a ride. It sounds like a crazy place, because it was.
We got told not to enter the souks, which is a marketplace full of windy streets, hagglers and thieves. We ended up there by accident, and a lot of the time tourists have to pay people to take them out! I kept saying, "don't worry I know the way" to a panicking Mother behind me. I really did have no idea.
I remember standing in a rooftop restaurant, looking down at ...
... then discussed our plan for tomorrow which will consist of climbing three other peaks over 4000m before coming back to base camp then continuing down the mountain a bit for another night camping. Sadly it means another 05.00 start so i am about to call it a night. We have just been to the posh lodge for coffee’s and a chat until it got dark which was good. Really not looking forward to tomorrow. Just want to finish now the end is in ...
... little cluster of shops with an alley in the center. It's a surreal experience, to be walking through a rugged, inhospitable landscape, thinking there's no more civilization up ahead, and then suddenly finding yourself in what feels like a cozy mini-medina.
But this is not a town or a village. This is not a place where people live and raise their families. This is a pilgrimage site. People come here, on foot or by mule up the rugged canyon to this site, known as ...
... for a bit of an explore around town, saw some interesting spots including a big mosque. Was pretty crazy when everyone dropped what they were doing for the call to prayer too, overall though it was a bit too much hustle for me with everyone trying to sell they're **** ) especially drugs, also seemed to be picking on me due to traveling solo I think.
The hustle is different to anything I have experienced before; the Moroccans just ...
... anyone. The dynamic of the group this year, was excellent and the size of the group couldn't have been any better. We laughed a lot, which meant we also gasped a lot for air as we went higher and higher.
One guide was from New Zealand (Matt) and the other from Morocco (Mustapha). They did an amazing job organizing the trip and having fun with us. Mainly at our expense as we fell and rolled over on ice or snow! Although they wouldn't like to admit to that. On this ...