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Double bed at last!
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We had an all day bus ride with many stops. We began in saines plains and quickly climbed to the middle atlas mountains. One of our many stops was for our 'discovery' to visit a nomad family. At home were the grandfather, his daughter and his grandchild of about 18 months. His sons were out tending sheep. We were invited into the ...
5 hrs, 7.1 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 26.1 kms
As the road gradually climbs up the hillside I'm greeted by an even grander view of the valley. From here the sea of green seems to stretch on forever. And Meknes, perched on a hilltop is clearly visible some 16 kilometers away. The road continues on around the hill, past a scattering of houses, shops and a mosque which I decide don’t merit being considered a "town". On up ahead is yet ...
... in the back of stores to see how it is done, they provide you with mint plants to put under your nose to mask the smell. After you see the leather being made, you are expected to tip the person who walked you up the stairs, the person who gave you the mint, and even expected to buy something on the way down. I ...
... didn’t want to get topless, so I taught the girls some key phrases in French, as they speak French and Arabic over here. Many people speak English too, though. We were a bit confused as to what we were supposed to do – Moroccan French is a bit different to the French I know, so I couldn’t always understand them! Eventually we got shepherded by some of the topless women into the bathing area, which was a big, tiled room with lots of buckets of water. We had a ...