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... the end we had some steep rides downhill, knowing that when we return that this was the downside of going downhill. We made it back ok.
The views were spectacular. Some amazing geology and geography. The photos really don't seem to capture the grandeur of it all.
We enjoyed our ride and felt that we had just enough reserves to do it all, but that we enough for the day.
We had a safe journey ...
... With the tune up of the gear shifts I thought that this was like a new bike.
I had no idea that this cold be achieved in a remote town like Tafraout.
We also saw lots of panel beating in town, done the good old fashion way. I later heard from campers that they also do a really good job for a fair price. It is so good to see this still happens as they ...
... through some washed out bridges from the flood in November. On arrival in beautiful sunshine I was pleased that we made it without any drama.
Tafraout is glorious, a village of 4000 people. The people are wonderful, very friendly and happy to have the tourists, they do come up to you and offer to sell things or services but if you say not thanks, that's it, they move off with a wave and a smile.
It is a bad season for them this ...
... in many parts of the country these days!
... him. A bystander explains, the boy is the son of a Moroccan father and German mother that live here in this village…
Here in this town is another of the classic postcards associated with Tafraoute: a redish brown mosque and some houses dwarfed by some gigantic boulders right behind it—making them almost look like toy houses. Fortunately I can find a boulder to climb up on to get a good photo and video clip of it.
A nice classy finish to ...