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... being in the High Atlas range, with deep and significant erosions. The many resultant mesas and cliffs and debris covered areas including red and brown and beige rock were exactly like southwestern USA. Even the letter 'X' in Arabic drawn or placed with rocks on the hillsides are exactly like the men of the Anasazi drawings. We spent most of the day on roads that followed the riverbeds. Most were dry riverbeds leaving beautiful gravel paths. We had to cross over many ...
Bye bye desert, & off go en route to Marakesh.
Police are everywhere in Morocco....usually hiding under the shade of a tree beside the road with their trusty speeds gun mounted on a tripod ready to stop speeding cars etc. I guess because of their appalling accident rate they are trying to reduce it, but we are ok ..for the moment.
i have my head buried in the guide book, & suddenly the GG brakes severely..I look up & ...
... on for shade and a cool breeze.
So we headed south along the sea then into the desert where it was baking hot before moving to the hills to find relief with no luck, back to the coast to see if it was better there, then up into the Atlas Mountains again seeking a cooler spot to chill for a spell. With days in the mid to high 40’s we have worked hard to camp but it had became too much and have been trawling for cheapie hotels to experience ...
... two metres wide, being made by 5 women. Gayle was invited to sit and learn and help. The women seemed to be really enjoying their work, assisted by lively contemporary Moroccan music with lots of laughter and chatter. It is just impressive to see the skill and dexterity of their work. To focus on this detail for hours on end seems a major labour of love.
We were invited to dinner with Omar's and his family. His wife, ...
... the hole surrounded by red checker tape and barriers, what confusion! While travelling in the Gorge du Dades, there was a big digger with a jack hammer working on the roadside, encroaching onto the lane. Nowhwere to stop for a photo of the traffic management that consisted of a red 5 litre oil container, propped up by a safety rock, warning approaching traffic. Can’t understand why UK and NZ need traffic cones! In both gorges there was washouts, on the road ...