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... of vegetables are grown as well. Our amazing, charming local guide was Mothar, 62. Such an engaging smile. He took us through the fields explaining the irrigation system and identifying plants. He climbed a date palm to show us how they are harvested. He also pollenates the dates. We walked to an old Koranic school and Mothar explained how the school trains students. He then did a prayer and he has an incredible voice. Our next stop was the medina. We had lists ...
... if any, was but it was all quite hilarious as we sped along with Mohamed's seemingly one only CD blaring out Jeune et Jolie!
The rural countryside outside Midelt was largely dominated by sheep and wheat farming, and some intensive cropping. As we wound our way toward the High Atlas the scenery was fascinating. Large craggy outcrops displaying massive tilting and rock compression revealed a violet formation of an ancient landscape. ...
... knobby golden sand colored rocks, forming part of the canyon walls, are called the monkey's fingers. As the canyon walls closed in from the left and right, a final stint of hairpins, not for the faint of heart, got us to a spectacular high viewpoint with the gorge's river deep below us.
We decided to continue on through more canyons and hoped to get on the loop to Todra Gorge. More ...
... and shear drop on the other with single lane and no guard rail of any description. Drop would be about 200 M. Amazingly there is a donkey trail up the side of this canyon. Look closely at one of the pictures and you will see it. We had agreed to spend tonight at Quarzazate, but Mike had sent me an SMS saying that he was at the end of the dirt on the top of the Dades Gorge at 11.10 am. I did not know how they could have achieved this because I ...
... the middle of nowhere where you honestly believe time has forgotten. Now going into this, we had no idea what to expect. No idea what we'd see. No idea what we'd eat. No idea where we'd sleep. The brochure is a referral from a friend, a Facebook introduction and a promise that we'd have a good time and get an inside look at Moroccan life with no hassles. Night one Was spent in Peter's mountain house. A camp to us, but already starting our trek off in a very cool way. He ...