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... single viewpoint? How much of its 800 km length and over 100 km width? How many of hundreds of peaks can you count before you lose your numbers and your marbles? Enough of looking. Move on, up along the edge, to the summit.
The last part of the ascent is both the easiest and the most difficult. It is not so steep anymore and the views in any given direction are simply divine, yet the legs and the lungs are basically defunct. The quickest climbers are already descending ...
... and day, it was as if we were in the midst of a football game. Absolute madness. Bbq smoke, bright lights and flares filled the air. Musicians, story tellers, henna-artists, entertainers, hippies, pick-pocketers, snake charmers, vendors, tourists, general riff-raff and every other possible entertainer,folk human being filled the floor. All shouting ridiculous offers in numerous languages.
Marrakech definately isn’t a city about attractions, ...
... 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 ...
... me of some of the poor housing in Fiji. They have a huge dam in this area which holds enough water for five years. Watering is obviously very important here. We are crossing the Atlas Mountains today on our way to Marakech. The landscape is just so different here and some of the villages hard to work out if going up or coming down, but there is actually a lot of new construction going on all over the country. Some of the Berbers only come to this part of Morocco for the ...
... people, the djinn can be reasoned with. So, as I am told, if a human has a dispute with a djinn and he feels he's been done an injustice, he can come to Sidi Chamharouch, present his case, the djinn will present his case, and the lord of the djinn will pass the verdict.
This concept is new to me, and raises many more questions. I'm familiar with the concept of exorcism in Morocco--casting out of djinn by reciting the Quran--but a court system between humans and ...