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... us through some very pretty places. Especially a couple of canyons with hundreds of palm trees in it were stunning!
The last strech of road to Zagora was a wide gravel road where we picked up some speed with the Subaru. A bit too much speed perhaps, since we blew a tire. As we were changing our tire, a guy in a 110 Defender drove buy and told us he works for a garage who could ...
... country, the clear morning light still reflecting glittering golds on soft beige brown mountains. The evocative landscape however revealed a darker, tumultuous geological past. Rolling treeless mountains displayed clear evidence of ancient squeezing, squashing and titling, the monumental forces of which have clearly resulted in horizontal deposits tilted into vertical strata; a geologist's dream.
About an hour south ...
... the stars on the sand. It wasn’t long before Tess gave up and returned to the tent.
As me and Pav lay enjoying the silence and the cool breeze, we saw a torch light in the distance coming towards us. Mustafa! We’d hoped he hadn’t seen us, but it wasn’t long before he was sitting with us. He left and returned with his Shisha pipe, and the 3 of us smoked and learned about his culture. He didn’t belong to any tribe like all ...
Once fed, with a nicely cooked chicked and vegetables, we sat and listened for 40 minutes to the berbers, or desert people, sing their arabic, traditional songs, accompanied by drums. After the first 3 they start to sound the same!
Eventually, one of the berbers, said 'ok where id the guitarist?'. My cue.
I played a few Rolling stones, and blues numbers, which went down really well. The highlight, seeing 4 berbers, dancing ...
... trips like this so precious to me.
We bid adieu to our little camp, and bounced our way back across the desert in our 4x4s to meet up with our regular bus and crazy driver Khaled.
The first stop after reaching the buses was a monument in honor of Moulay Ali Sharif. This is the location where the current ruling dynasty (Alwad - sp?) of Morocco began in the early 17th century. The first king of this dynasty came to this region with the intent ...