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... disorganised clumps of green cedar or the creeping moss-like colouration of rough scrub. A quick stop along the way in a very rural Berber market got us into the thick of real life. Under beaten tarpaulins vegetables, cooking products, clothing, hardware, spices and tied electronics moved from city traders to nomads or back the other way. Around, the simple rock-piled stone walls gave the suggestion of paddocks for some more established farmers. We stopped for lunch in ...
... waiting at a bus stop.. We then headed up some dirt roads to what seemed nowhere when we stopped for our second hike along a spectacular deep river gorge after first looking at a local aqueduct, clamouring up and down the rocky track along the top of the gorge before spotting a Berber village in the distance, our destination. we wandered through the mud brick village with little children laughing and waving...hearing the animals ...
... for a short drive to a nice little picnic area with flowing water nearby. The Mohommeds were impressive as they whipped up a lovely meal, salad and fruit picnic. Dave pulled out a set of glasses he'd bought and we tried the red wine. Actually it was quite fine. Not too rough at all. Onwards to Midelt, our stop for the night. Very flash, exotic hotel. After a rest up we went for a walk through the outlying countryside and Berber villages. The ...
... away the difference of having cars allowed and cars and huge trucks were attempting to drive through the throngs of people. The sites and smells were great with colors of all sorts. There was fish being fried and kebabs to eat. We saw people getting a shave and hair cuts in some of the tents. Many vendors had similar products but that is common anywhere you see markets. A good experience. We sat down for some lunch in a ...
... they rely on the tours passing through for business. It was a sprawling structure where the roof acted as a terrace and was covered in grape vines.The weather here is much more overcast and windy compared to what we've encountered so far.In the evening we walked down into the local village to have a look. A bit quiet because if Ramadan apparently but there was still a bunch if kids surrounding us by the ...