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... in the Beauty Institute Jacques Dessange, Marlene's, Esther's and Tati's hairdresser, for a good haircut! You can see the result at the end of this blog ...
Wednesday evening Esther, Noah, Tati and Amélie came to Villa Marlene for ...
"All good things come to an end."
as Jean de La Fontaine wrote in "The fox and the gnat."
"In everything one must consider the end"
Yes .. unfortunately the last day of our adventure in the Moroccan desert had arrived! A magnificent journey awaited us crossing the Atlas mountains on our way back to Agadir.
... sent a text message to Marlene from Casa (blanca) to announce my imminent arrival. 1h later, we were finally reunited after more than 50 years without any contact, except for a few Skype calls and emails since October 2011.
Quite unbelievable, but bar the odd wrinkle or two, and a few silver locks, we hadn't changed much: two girls of yesteryear sharing tears and laughter and ever so ...
... of the motorway in the UK (very strange)!
A couple of small villages and a dirt track later I let out a sigh of relief as we approached an absolutely beautiful villa!
Inside we were met by the very friendly yoga instructor - Tara who made us feel right at home! A quick trip to the room where our names were written on the door and we were downstairs meeting our companions for the week and eating our first vegetarian meal! Have ...
... I opted to just stay in the rocks in the sun. It looked like a couple of the shacks there were accommodation so some people must have been staying out there.
After a while we were back on the road back towards the coast. The N1 road follows the Atlantic coast and the scenery is quite stunning, especially the contrast between the dusty brown rocks and sand dunes compared with the deep blue of the Atlantic ...