La Perle Du Sud
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... Game of Thrones.
THE JOURNEY IS HALF THE ADVENTURE:
The above saying may be well known and also sometimes overused but it is often true. Having arrived at the bus station an hour early for our bus (quite a typical occurrence for us) our bus was 45 minutes late arriving along with its slightly grumpy bus driver.
As our driver tried to make his quick getaway he found the entrance/exit to the bus station blocked by numerous buses. We made our way slowly ...
... learn about, with and from - directing my attention and thoughts. It always will, but being conscious of where my thoughts are stemming from allows me to realize other perspectives. I can't be blindly happy nor sad, for either is misguided. The girls school made me think outside the box, I wanted to be happy in the moment, but there was also the realization of how much they went through to be where they are, and how much they still strive for each day.
... all the street vendors selling prickly pears on the roadside and the berber men hanging off the back of trucks, going home and singing all the while...however after two hours of swerving around all over the place, stopping and starting I was gipping into my shirt and condidering getting out and walking the last 150km!
we arrived safe tho and the hotel was ...
... and scenes from the many films
After a bumpy four wheel drive through a valley Hamaal finds a nomad family he is friends with. We are welcomed to have a look into their way of life. The nomads live in caves and tents all over Morocco. They buy goats and sheep then fatten them up (moving them from grass to grass area) until they are fat enough to be sold at the market. Then they buy dried fruit and mint and some skinny goats and ...
... 8221; and populated by smiling, waving villagers working in and around mud brick houses and ancient restored kasbahs. The hotel we stayed at, Kasbah Timidarte, was a striking example of this, a 17th Century kasbah carefully and traditionally restored by a communal association and promoted as a way to bring tourist dollars into the village in a responsible way (meaning without the aid of large fuzzy mascots or commemorative ashtrays). For the record, I ...