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... discovered the valley of the roses driving along the river Dades and followed the road of the 1000 kasbahs (fortresses). Li Houssaine showed us how rose water is distilled and the large range of rose, almond or argan oil based products sold by Dar AlWard AlBaldi in Kallat M'Gouna. We stocked up on rose water, rose oil, almond oil and rose perfumes.
The rose of Damasc resists cold and drought periods, and ...
... us to the main tent for a welcome cup of mint tea. Later on as the rest of the guests had arrived, we were served a traditional moroccan meal followed by music and dancing...traditional Berber of course.
the food was not overly great, but it was a pretty cool atmosphere. Fatima and I settled into the big cushions on then floor covered ourselves in blankets and enjoyed the entertainment! I was me even invited to play a traditional drum....I managed to keep the ...
... that it was not to be used for 'number twos' (Cockney rhyming slang). I tried to stifle my giggles when poor Jacko had to share this decision with the Trekkers in the mess tent. Sadly I have forgotten the little rhyme which was to remind everyone which tent was for 1s only but safe to say that this particular tent could be distinguished by its little orange flag (this was actually a sleeping mat cover bag - there was a boy scout somewhere in the camp then!). Unfortunately ...
... very ******. I guessed he’s been forced off the road one to many times. And today he’s determined that he’s not giving way to ANYBODY. So we and the oncoming car barrel towards each other as my driver curses and swears… last split second, the other guys swerves off onto the rocky shoulder... Another car… closer… closer… vooom—he swerves off.
Here comes another…. ...
I arrive at the edge of Zagora and go ahead and walk to the center of town, down a well lit street lined with cookie cut modern houses that all look alike. It's nice to be able to enjoy all the amenities of a city for a change… but I must admit, Zagora is a bit of an afterclimax after all the cool discoveries of the last few days. Especially when so many people talk about Zagora as some great tourist hub. I guess they must be referring to the region not the ...