Kasbah Baha Baha
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A dreamy rest stop in an unexpected area. Wonderful food and service! The pool..... say no more.
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Days three and four were transition days and have been pretty great. Again, we have no idea what to expect along the way. We have covered more varieties of landscape than we ever thought could exist in one geographical region. Still in the High Atlas we drove through some more remote mountain villages and noticed a small but very disturbing …
... place when plenty of water is still around and the plains have plenty of growth. Brahim said that he had never seen it like in his 26 years and the last time the plains were green was over 30 yeas ago.
After about a two hour ride we arrived in the valley of fossils which were everywhere! We walked over the hill picking up bits that were 600m years old. Later we came across a quarry that was ...
... thinking that our Morocco experience would be winding down from here… How wrong could we be, for yet again our day was filled with stunning scenery and natural beauty, we were also captivated by the sprinkling of villages that nestled in the shadows of the mountains and blending in with the surroundings. The mud brick buildings which dipped down to meet the lush green foliage of the oasis, tall palm trees and a mosaic of crops were a feast to our eyes. We ...
... years ago, but we can't help noticing the obvious. One welcome change is that the roads have improved a lot. Still, for those in search for driving off into the sunset on pistes, there are plenty destinations solely accessible by following tracks into the untouched regions.
Our car has small tires and low clearance so many dirt roads are off limit to us. Cairns (man-made pile (or stack) of ...
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At around noon, we got on our way. The narrow roads here have not changed much. When there is oncoming traffic, usually the smallest car ends up on the rough shoulder. Trucks, taxies, Mercedes and land rovers all TAKE priority over us and ...