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... the High and Middle Atlas Mountains. The kids took Dramamine to avoid any unpleasantness, whether psychological or physical. We saw countless Berber villages along the way, which got progressively more primitive as we left the urban areas. The houses were made of clay mixed with straw, have no running water but most have electricity and satellite dishes on the roofs. No toilet, but everyone has TV…strange!
About an hour into the ...
... by hand. Small purchases were made and then it was on to the Medina walking tour. Our guide took us to the Tannery where leather is processed in the traditional way with no chemicals. The smell is not pleasant and I wondered how the workers coped, especially in the heat. There are large earthen vats where the soak and dye the skins. These vats, and the drying rack system have been in use since the 11th century, and they do look very ancient. Back through the leather shop ...
... like Ben Hur, Gladiator, Alexander, Game of Thrones 3, Lawrence Prince of Arabia, Mummy, Babel...!And the list goes on!!
It's pretty much exactly what you picture when you think Arabian.. The old Kasbah ruins and city walls. The the reddish rolling sand dunes in the distance. The pockets of lush greenery and palms.
Our second tour day began (night in Tinehir) by visiting the Movie Museum in Ouarzazate (Quiet City) we ...
... were expecting but they are padlocked and it looks reasonably safe. As usual our money and passports are in our daypacks. We head off back to the show ground and tented area we visited yesterday.
Today the whole area is open to all, no more VIP treatment for us. There is more activity than yesterday and we enjoy watching the musicians and dancers perform. We seek shelter from the sun inside the big tent. Unfortunately we seem to have picked up a friendly local on the way ...
Back to Ouarzazate today. Unfortunately all a little tired and Nick sick having succumbed to Morocco belly. I was woken in the night with poor N throwing up. Unfortunately inside the "Bedouin" tents this wax a bit tricky especially as our suitcases were next to him. So we had a big clean up job in the middle of night. Ollie sket through the whole thing and Nick once he had settled managed to get back to sleep but Caroline and I had very ...