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Travel Blogs from Tafraoute
May 20, 2014
TATA to TAFRAOUTE 172 Km
Hotel Salama 256 dh ($32) double, w/o breakfast
Undulating Band in the Rock
The clothes we washed last night were dry this morning. Breakfast was sorely disappointing. A greasy pancake, which was fried in stale oil, jam and orange juice.
We checked out our route …
It's hard to believe that we have already been in Morocco a month! I guess we can be thankful that the problem with the van ...
Actual Date: February 17, 2008
Day 080: 8 hours, 3.9 kms
I’m not quite sure where to make my day trip to today, so I head to the local bus station in Inezgane and get on the first bus heading out... to Biougra (0107). It’s an agricultural center where trucks drive by packed with women wearing scarves over their faces going to work in the tomato farms. Kind of rugged looking folks in this ...
... it will be on Google maps… but it’s not. In the end I decide I’ll just consider it part of Tafraoute. I guess would be nice to have some more photos and memories associated with Tafraoute itself.
As I stop in shop to grab some snacks to hold me over until Tafraoute, a couple of children run in. One of them, maybe 5 years old, looks too blond to be a local. He keeps staring at me "Spreiken Deuich?" he asks. No, don’t speak German ...
... and even putting in lighting in some places. What you don’t see are a lot of schools. But that’s understandable: many of these villages just don’t have enough children in them—they’re all in the city.
This type of solidarity is something that has all but disappeared of in urban Morocco. Casablanca is a dog eat dog world where people usually don’t even trust their neighbors. You care about your family and circle of ...