Kasbah Ait Ben Moro
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... couple of hours of driving, we stopped on a random side of a street and were greeted by a guide. We walked about 100 meters through some old buildings and came across an outstandingly beautiful setting. A dried up river with a beautiful town on a dry hillside overlooking it. It was called Ait Bin Haddou and it was a very famous spot in Morocco, many films had been filmed there including Indiana Jones, Gladiator, Game of Thrones, Prince of Persia and many ...
... mailmen is left discarded, surrounded by building rubble and ever encroaching sands, we hope it will be restored and give a more prominent place amongst the redevelopment.
There is also an interesting pilot project underway to ‘green the Sahara’. It is designed to help Tarfaya cope with the constant battle against erosion and sand progression. Three areas of sandy coastal plains are planted with mangroves. Each section is being planted ...
... treatment. People with money get private care. The Dadès Valley is spectacular! Olive trees, almond trees, and poplars set against mountains on either side. The winding road through the valley afforded us beautiful views at every turn. Our driver is outstanding! We stopped to visit a local Berber family. Then we watched a women make a delicious bread called khubz. It is stuffed with spices, beef fat and onions. We were served the traditional mint ...
... fossils and other stuff that literally pop up. Especially around photo stops. We find that when we stop, we look for somewhere in the middle of nowhere, never in town, to have a bum beak and a drink. We are constantly scanning the horizon looking for the next two legged blow fly. Coming across the desert from Erfoud to Ouarzaztae which is about 320kms, Penny reckoned we couldn't go 2 ks without seeing someone, just walking along in the desert, not doing anything. (She ...
... for the day.
Zagora is a major commercial centre located in the Draa Valley of south Morocco and is home to around 35,000 inhabitants. An old trading post and gateway to the Sahara, Zagora was the site of the Saadian expedition in 1591 to conquer the famous and wonderfully named town of Timbuktu in Mali. Sadly, an old well known sign "Timbuktu 52 Days" (presumably by foot or camel) had been removed from the main street of Zagora.