Hotel Le Berbere Palace
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... out in all its grandeur against the surrounding flat plain - late 18th century. It was a fresh and windy walk to the top of the kasbah but well worth it for the views.
Finally arrived at the hotel at Ouarzazate at 1830, with an hour spare before dinner. See wiki paragraph.
The Ouarzazate area is a noted film-making location, with Morocco's biggest studios inviting many international companies to work here. Films such as Lawrence ...
... and then south back to Ait BenHaddou. This was fossil and quartz country and every Berber and his dog was trying to flog it on the side of the road. We stopped at the top of the pass to take a photo of the view and hey presto, as if by magic, three little girls this time appeared from nowhere. Three lined exercise books, three pens and three happy little girls later and we were on our way back to Kasbah Valentine.
Two tagines, a ...
... the tour there is the chance to buy souvenirs and we buy a piece of art produced by mixing sugar and other ingredients and painting onto paper and then moving the paper over a flame to turn the sugar brown. We walk among the buidings to get to the top and watch the sunset from in front of the granary.
When we get back to the auberge we shower then meet for drinks before our cous cous & tagine cooking demo ...
... ride a elephant.
It made me wonder if this is how Japanese feel when they come to Canada and do trail rides. Something we see as “common place and slightly retarded” is the most amazing experience.
For the record. I love camels. They don’t smell, the are so laid back and chill. They are awesome. And I want one!
Heading back we stop in the same place as we did yesterday to get the head scarves and after going pee am ...
... that Abdul took us to was upstairs and freezing and we couldn't really find any vegetarian options, so Mike, AJ and I decided to try a small local cafe across the road. We had the best meal - soup, freshly cooked chips (not like the greasy, day old ones we've had previously) and the best fresh orange juice (so good we had 2 glasses each). We wandered through a local market with antiques as well as pottery etc then back in the bus to ...