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... host to no less than 32 films. All big movies, including Gladiator, Jewel in the Nile, The Mummy, and recently, game of thrones.
After, an hour, we had some food. Tradtional Moroccan Tagine beef for me, and a coke.
A hour or so later, we arrived at our destination, as far as the mini bus was concerned.
We were instructed to buy a Shemagh (Arabic head scarf), for 5 euros, to protect from the sun. Although we were mainly travelling the hour and ...
... in the country.
... he starts yelling at the gendarme, venting out all his frustration. Great. Now I’m going to be stuck in the absolute middle of nowhere with no ride.
Luckily the police wasn’t in a bit more civilized mood than my driver and kept his temper under control until my driver cooled off, got back in the car… and both vehicles steered clear of each other…
Tignouite is an “in between” town ...
... sister-in-law, cousins (16 in total I think). What beautiful, generous, gracious people!!! Words cannot do justice to this beautiful family and the welcome they gave us, complete strangers. It was a very humbling experience. We were treated to our first of many traditional Bedouin family meals shared by everyone sitting around on berber carpets & cushions (at 10pm at night!!!)
As it was a warm night, ...
... br> on the corner shop there was a large bowl with five goats heads in the
raw, in behind the various pieces of meat hanging up for view, please do
not embarrass us by asking about refrigeration!
Looking at the content of the shops everything was at a very basic low-cost range of goods, which I guess is to be expected.
the Western Union office, where you can change money, is not open today
Saturday. On ...