Kasbah Hotel Tombouctou
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... Morocco has had way more rain than normal...they should send it to California! If you dig down two to three feet you will find water! We saw wells in many places as we drove. We arrived at our tented lunch stop where we had couscous with vegetables and beef served in a tagine. We have been eating these delicious tangerines everywhere and we had those with other fruit for desert. Excitement mounted as we drove to where we would have our one ...
... We stopped to have lunch at a restaurant in Midelt, which is at the beginning of the High Atlas Mountains. We started climbing again, continuing on the route through the mountain pass. Oh how beautiful these mountains are! The canyons, switchbacks, and the play of sunlight and shadows contrast with the blue sky and cloud formations were amazing. Words and photos cannot do it justice. What a privilege to see and enjoy this! Imagine this was a 52 day journey by ...
... foreigners who removed some carvings using pneumatic drills to break off pieces of the stone. We could see where a large piece of stone had been removed and were they had tried to remove other piece!!
I suggested that they should put up a sign saying that these stone carvings are protected and thieves would be prosecuted.
We bought some nice souvenirs and left very contented from a great day.
... to watch the setting sun. It was simply magical!
After a deliciously memorable meal of harira and lamb tagine followed by the sweetest juiciest honeydew melons and oranges, as the night took on a chilly presence, we watched a performance of Berber tom-tom music around a campfire. in 5 minutes, Chris was under the spell of the drums and fell fast asleep on the sand. I had to drag him to our bed under the stars.
... where we picked up the camels is nearly deserted except for three or four hotels.
Many of the hotels that we have stopped at along our travels appear to be under construction or new. In some cases this is a good thing as they have modern bathrooms. I am not sure if this is a sign of the economy or more the increase in tourism.
Anyway, back to camels, we dropped our bags at one of the hotels ...