Kasbah Baha Baha
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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 …
... they were set up for picnics as they dangled their feet in the creek. A group of teenage boys were jamming together, so full of energy and filling the area with a great vibe; as we turned to take one last look at them we noticed that our guide Said had joined them for a dance, lifting the level of energy to another level with the boys obviously delighted in the compliment.
A visit to Morocco would not be complete without a visit to a carpet store and so ...
... 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 ...
April 16, 2014
AÏT BENHADDOU to KASBAH ITRAN near El Kalaâ des M'gouna - 138Km
Kasbah Itran Hotel 500dh ($61) including dinner & breakfast
... A lady in a tent is very keen to give me a henna tattoo...all natural products she assures me. No chance, you're not using that needle on me! Showground completed, we walk back down to the pedestrianised area back to a cafe where we await Monsieur for our lift back to the valley. We conclude that our stay in the valley has been a bit of serendipity as El Kelaa is a bit of a dump and if we need to be holed up anywhere for four days, the lovely valley is definitely the better ...
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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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