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... something like this after Jen made about five offers on a necklace:
Ahmed: What kind of price is this? I cannot eat on this price.
Jen: Yes you can.
Ahmed: Ok, but only water and potatoes.
If you're ever in the Ouarzazate area, we HIGHLY recommend a visit to his store, if only for a good time.
... making life a lot easier for the people living here. She showed us the stone wheel her mother, and many women before her, used to grind wheat. Very heavy work, those stones are heavy. Small stairways lead to different levels of the building. From a higher floor, we could see the sheep and few goats in pin on lower floor. She showed me three small windowless bedrooms and she said that the family often sleeps on terrace under the stars.
... it was hot and Mohammed #2 (van dvr), who was sent ahead in search of an adequately shady picnic spot, delivered. After a scrumptious lunch organised by the Mohammeds of Moroccan salad, bread, spicy canned tuna and sardines, cheese and bananas all washed down with orange juice, we were refuelled and tackled the second incline easily finishing our cycle an hour or so later and driving the rest of the way to Tazarine (another 1 1/2 hours). ...
... the Moroccans really know how to make it! With every meal that we have had choice with, we were trying to order something different. We wanted to make sure we had really "tasted" Morocco before we left (ie. Having Camel for lunch a few days earlier). Today it was the Kefta with eggs that got our mouths watering. Probably the best meal yet!
The afternoon took us to the Todra Gorges- a little piece of paradise! With a fresh spring running through, and the giant walls ...
... 1 kilometer wide riverbed. Not a hike you’d want to do in the middle of the summer.
Tarmigt has it’s own little soul with a busy main street lined with shops—and even an upscale hotel. At the far end I find a rugged hill topped with some huge boulders that I figure I should climb. It looks like a popular place to hang out—and use as a latrine—which is quite a climb just to take a dump!
From the top you get a great ...