Chems Le Tazarkount
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... old water irrigation system. We learnt that when you buy land here it does not include the trees, the trees are all individually owned, with each tree having its owners mark. In any given space there can be two or three different marks on the trees.
During our walk to the village we heard rhythmical sounds of prayer, it being Friday the holy day here. It was around noon and men were chanting the Koran, which echoed across ...
... people friendly but cautious, children shy and reserved, unlike the kids in Ouzoud village. Everything we imagined a classic Berber village to be. We were very careful to be respectful and not photograph any of the natives.
We followed the narrow dirt footpath slowly up through the village, passing the mosque until we finally came out on the top side. We walked to the ridge above the village where the women were tending to the goats ...
This place is on the N8 just on the rise into the Rif mountains from the south. We started today about 230km south of Azrou and have been on the N8 most of the day heading NNE. In fact we missed out Azrou as just before it we took a turn into the hills to see the cedar forest. Well it is marked on the map as such and there were some to be seen but mostly some other kind of tree. This diversion led us back to ...
... was the last "safe" carpark before the Cascades. We went along a narrow street between market stalls, packed with people, mostly Moroccan visitors, over a narrow bridge that looked unlikely to be able support the weight of one small car, let alone the dozens of vehicles and hundreds of people that were all trying to cross it at the same time - our Berber guide leapt out and managed to stop the vehicles coming in the other direction so that we could cross - and into ...
... They give Bryony a couple more thermal tops and another cag and she recovers a little. By this time she now has nine layers of clothing on and the shivering is slowing. The sensible option is taken and Bryony and her kayak are loaded in to the raft.
I’m struggling for energy and strength after lunch and a few more strong rapids really test my endurance. I tip over a couple more times and each time in the water ...