Farah Al Janoub
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... food. Now enough with how we got it lets now talk about what happened. First we made it to our hotel that was called The Berber Palace. There was not much to do but sleep. The next morning my family told me that I was acting a little crabby and soon we knew why. The first the bug(s) in my stomach decided to take a little trip with my food north. Soon I was throwing up like crazy. Then my dad got it too and we were both throwing up. My ...
... making life a lot easier for the people living here. She showed us the stone wheel her mother, and many women before her, used to grind wheat. Very heavy work, those stones are heavy. Small stairways lead to different levels of the building. From a higher floor, we could see the sheep and few goats in pin on lower floor. She showed me three small windowless bedrooms and she said that the family often sleeps on terrace under the stars.
... heading towards me.
A splash in our riad pool followed by a tagine dinner the travelling life is tough, sipping the last of the mint tea we head up to our room. Saying goodnight to the hay speckled wall I click of the light, then the prayer call goes out, a reminder to all who hear, Allaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahu Akbar
"God is the greatest".
Today our tour begins, Hamaal our driver picks us up ...
It is 8am and checkout day. Our bus is not due until 3pm, err maybe 2pm and the forecast for today is 37 degrees. Given the level of activity at the festival yesterday we are not keen to leave the hotel early. Yesterday, when we knew no better and were keen to miss nothing, we were on Moroccan time and had to wait till 11am for our transport. Today it would seem we are not and there is barely time to gulp our coffee down before we must be en route.
As we leave the village ...
... as it's had a lot of movies and t.v series film there. The Prince of Persia, Game of Thrones, The Mummy, The Gladiator and many more.
It was neat to walk around the old village. From far away you can barely see it, as the red bricks blend in with the background. It is build with bricks of mud and straw. They have to add another layer of mud and straw every year depending on how much rain they have had. The homes stay cool ...