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Travel Blogs from Zagora
... tagine that was hidden in the back room. (Now the challenge is how the hell I'm going to this this thing home - it isn't small and it isn't particularly light either....)
Highlight - in the courtyard of the store, we found a craftsman working on decorating a plate. He was etching a design, and then coloring it with henna that he dispensed with a syringe. Shannon, Attia, and I were of course fascinated. To my delight, he suddenly put down the plate, ...
... were comfy for the first few days. But then of course, what I didn't take into account was swelling. I guess it had something to do with the heat, my medication, and the fact that I just don't take this sort of prolonged and sustained exercise. Those of you who read my blog on preparing for this trip will remember that there is more mention of chocolate than exercise.
The blisters crept up on me silently. This evening I took my boots off ready to 'baby-wipe' ...
... br> and the fruit, the Argen Tree has a fruit whos kernel produces a rich
vitamin oil used in a wide range of applications according to the degree
in which it is refined, is used in cosmetics for what it thought to be
anti ageing properties, medicine and culinary uses, and finally as a
fuel for lamps. Quite fascinating sight, and will be a good collection
of photographs to show how interesting it is.
... boiling hot day, together with the challenging walk, it was great to stop by the waterfalls to splash our faces and bodies. The Ourika Valley could be seen from various places on our trek and it was so impressive, with the river flowing through the middle. As we climbed higher into the mountain, the path became less like a path and we had to physically use both our hands and feet to manoeuvre over the big rocks. The locals could run up and down them in their bare feet, but it ...
... of Guadeloupe (named Olivier and Gladys, pronounced in a charming French accent like Glad-eeeese); two 20-something gals from Halifax (I recognized their Canadian-ness instantly by the LuluLemon pants they wore); a Spanish speaking pair of friends: one woman from Mexico and the other Argentina; and a single guy from South Africa with a hearty laugh named Paul. We all said our hellos and exchanged pleasantries in a mix of languages and accents and settled in for the 7 ...
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