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... staff ensured we had lots of success communicating. When we got a little stuck, they asked the English speaking guy in the stationery store down the street to come and translate. Found a great place to eat with the help of one of the Valle Ziz ...
... We ended up spending almost 4 hours out and about and not going back to bed. There was a nice table set for us when we got back to camp. It was set using a nice red Moroccan rug. Among the dunes it was a bit much being served such a breakfast and we felt like we were living a bit high on the hog - we toasted Symantec and then ate. Caleb played some soccer with Rachid and then the boys when they showed up. We got all packed up and were ready to pull ...
... me. I actually got to say "meet me at the Kasbah"
Time for a cold beer. So I joined the boys.
Another stop, Dades Gorge. Just beautiful. Any icy stream and amazing cliffs. I would have liked to jump in and cool off in the 38 deg heat. Instead, as David was tossing rocks at me to splash me I drop my glasses in the stream. 5 minutes later and I find them. Lucky for me as I ...
... us the berber ovens where the
ladies baked the most delicious bread, and he took us to one of the
shops, where we became regulars, and the shop keeper taught us about
'reale' currency (which is only a spoken currency amongst the desert
It got rather hot during the day time,
so most of the days we spent there were spent inside relaxing, or
learning Arabic. During the evenings, we would often go walking to
the dunes, where we would ...
... croissants. We sit it out for the next two and a half hours writing our blog and hoping we won't get kicked out. We order another chocolate after an hour as it's getting embarrassing but honestly, how many hot chocolates and croissants can one manage in one morning?
It's just gone nine so we leave the patisserie hoping that the coach office will now be open. It is not. Back to the stone benches. It's warmer now but I'd rather sit in a cafe. We head down to the ...