Kasbah Ait Ben Moro
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... interesting, we got to see lots of normal life goings on and everyone was really friendly to us. Eventually we found ourselves at the museum of cinema which had old sets used for lots of films, it also had the props and costumes. It was really interesting to see just how fake everything was. The next day we decided to hire a car as there were lots of places we wanted to explore that were quite out of reach. Excited for a bit of freedom we jumped in the car and visited ...
... four times the amount for a short 9km drive to the kasbah. They knew that without any other tourists, we wouldn't be able to 'share' the taxi and would have to rent the whole for ourselves. They also knew we wouldn't wait much longer for more options. In the end we managed to negotiate a bit, but time is always of the essence when you're out on a day trip, and so we went.
It's hard to describe Ait-Ben-Haddou. It really feels like its from another era. It is also ...
... for the rest of the trip, booking bus tickets for arfoud tomorrow and finding a cash machine...although mark nearly blocked my bloody bank card thinking it was his and putting his pin number in instead of mine! More dairy free hot dogs and pasta for tea hahaha! Although I will say finding dairy free food is so much easier in Morocco.even the cakes have no milk or ...
... and its products, continue on towards Ait ben Haddou, the home of many films, beginning with Lawrence of Arabia.
Houses made mainly from clay, straw and wood, line the river bed, on the opposite side a cluster of homes below the hill of a ruined Kasbah.
Em and I walk its dry river bed of rounded river stones while the sun starts to set, "Joe of Arabia" I sling a few stones in my defense from the imaginary hoards of men ...
... cave drawings, but unfortunately (or possibly fortunately) their French was every bit as negligible as ours, and we barely know a dozen words in Arabic, none of which proved helpful in explaining why two of them kept miming deep breaths into, or out of, a plastic bag. Nausea? Gasoline sniffing? A deep breathing contest? Either way, I’m pretty sure they were mostly speaking Berber (dropping our knowledge to a grand total of three words – hello, thank you and ...