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... was thinking outside of the box so it decided to go south. The rest of the day was pretty miserable. The next day we somehow managed to get ourselves onto the plane and pass out.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
Today was the 27 hours that we will all remember. (In case you were wondering, I DO know that there are 24 hours in a day. I guess I should say it was a day and some of the next day. But that doesn't matter right ...
... wandered around some more. A photo op at every turn. The place has atmosphere of what I envision biblical times encompassed. Loaded donkeys and long robed men and women still make their way up the maze of passages and lanes. The pace of life is slow and relaxed. Nothing moves by the clock. For us, it adds to the romantic and exotic. We are fortunate. We have time too.
... Riad and takes us through the Atlas Mountains toward Ait Ben Haddou.
The high atlas is quite varied, the valleys are very lush and greens but the rocky mountains and hills are completely barren of green scrub. There was a lot of windy roads!! I felt really sick even after having a Travacalm! We reached altitude of over 2000m but at this time of year there's no snow just lots of sunshine!
Along the way we visited an ...
... are lined with veiled woman in delicate black lace and outside the mosque, a large group of solemn looking men. It is a funeral monsieur explains, an accident on the road. This should come as no surprise given the driving habits we have witnessed so far. Monsieur seems unperturbed and still rattles through the 24km back to town at an alarming speed. The road consists of a single lane of tarmac with rough pebbled side track either side. There are almost sheer drops, sometimes ...
... summer and warm in the winter. The city was originally built as a resting point along the caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech. The old town has been left the same for the benefit of tourism and having films come and be shot there. It brings a lot of money in for the community. However, most of the locals have moved to the more modern town across the river.
We had lunch at the "new" village. Everything was ...