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After a quick skype call home to my family in the morning, the whole tour group sat down for breakfast together. I was massively surprised when my fantastic tour group brought out a beautiful chocolate cake, a shisha for me to take home, and sang happy birthday to celebrate. Following this not so nutritious, but delicious start to the day it was another relaxing morning, drinking coffee in the sun and then wandering through ...
... 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 ...
... t usually expect from Germans. They give me some good pointers on hiking the Alps (something I hope to do next summer), and overall seem to have a good attitude about their adventure here, although the poorly marked trails, unpredictable food etc is a bit different then what their used to. They do find it quite humorous that I'm carrying a guitar with me, which I patiently try to explain...
Afterwards I was actually planning to go for a swim in a big pool under ...
We stopped off for lunch and on route there were lots of café's and restaurants on the opposite side of the river where you walk over a wooden bridge to get to them, I was secretly hoping we would be eating at one of those, but Ahmed took us up the mountain edge to a very peaceful restaurant where we had Tagine and Brochettes which was again tasty. After Lunch Ahmed gave us the option to continue up the mountain another 3k's to go to the Ourika cascade, ...
... I began my haggling at 40Dh, 60Dh, 70Dh then my final offer of 100Dh, the man wouldnt accept so we waled he then chased us up the souk and offered me it for a 100Dh, but I continued to say no, he had brought a colour with him that I didn't really want. We went into some shop and some of the stall holder were really nice people and we would be joking and laughing with them.
We had a drink on another roof top terrace and watched ...