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... is beautiful as it is situated in the middle of a large grove of trees. The fixed menu tonight was a ginger flavoured vegetable soup, three Moroccan mixed salads of rice with fruit and cabbage with raisins and apple and sweet carrots followed by a platter of rice layered with a mixed grill of chicken and brochettes of beef and sausage of lamb and beef. Dessert was a lemon snow that was light and delicious. Great coffee and a red Moroccan reserve wine rounded out one of our best meals so ...
... one...Villages were perched on the hillside, the same colour as the red mountain.
Some looked very primitive, although satellite dishes were seen everywhere!
Also 100's of beehives!
Finally arrive at Hotel, sandwiched between 2 fields on the outskirts of Ouarzazate...Jacob did a great job directing me! Very stylish & 35 euros bed breakfast & dinner!
A great find, & after a good snooze, we check out.....
... near Guelmim we continued south to the harbour village of Tarfaya. The winds were strong along the coast and sand can often block the road for hours and days. Fishing villages dot the craggy shoreline and offer the traveller a feast of fresh fish plucked straight from the ocean.
Tarfaya is a windy, remote fishing port town set in the Sahara Desert on Cap Juby. It is a former Spanish enclave and protectorate for when Spain ruled the Western Sahara ...
... the similar status. We met many cousins and nieces on our circuit and all without exception greeted us warmly offering us bread hot off the stones!!.
The village has grown significantly over 20 years, prior to this I suspect it had stayed the same for centuries. Many homes probably still have earth floors.
The French had an office here as this was the Sahara Desert administrative centre on this side of the ...
... 25 there is the famous hill with the switchbacks, with a Hotel on top, and thats where the photos are taken. Carrying on further meant that we were treated to more spectacular sights, both of the gorge and also of the communities and farming created along the way. What we came to realise was that few people actually ventured that far in. We get stared at a lot. Although both these gorges are internationally renowned for the scenery, and for many bikers a must do, ...