Kasbah Ait Ben Moro
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... before we arrived back at our accommodation.We have also been a little harried by the insistent cries of ‘Come to my shop’ and ‘Just for looking not to buy!’ and just when we feel that one more straw will break the camel’s back we are shown the most lovely Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) that restores your faith in human kind. For example:
- After the bad restaurant experience we eventually decided to try ...
... It is now in decay but you can see that it was well built and more substantial that the other village structures being made of stone and not mud.
We returned to his home to have a nice and simple breakfast and fond farewell before we took Omar back to work in town. Azzahra gave Gayle a ring as a farewell gift!!
We were so pleased to have this experience. Their warm welcome to us was truly heartfelt by us both.
... of life.
The small lanes and adobe houses of the ksour were fascinating but it was a very basic way of life for the village people. As part of our tour we were invited into a ksour home. A young mother of four welcomed us, offering us tea while our guide spoke about their village life. Her home was just one very basic room which incorporated beds and a small cooking area.
A guide is not a guide of course if he or ...
The delicate flowers of the blue crocus are harvested between October and November, early in the morning after the dew has dried but before the sun wilts the plants. The stigmas are carefully removed, a process that requires tremendous patience. It takes 140'000 flours to obtain 1 kg of saffron (140 flowers per gramme). This explains the price of £2 to £3 a gramme. As ...
... will surely just fall down, you only have to look at the cracks in the ceilings and walls, a degree in Structural Engineering not needed to establish this! We came back out and I remarked to the Moroccan collecting the entry fee how sad that it was in such a state. In his best english, he replied: "Big trouble, big trouble!" That pretty much summed it up.
Not wanting to travel the same road twice, we carried on with a loop which took ...