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... see the broad expanse of the Afous Oasis, which is over 25 miles long and said to be one of the largest in the world. The life-giving water here is provided by the Ziz River, which flows through this canyon-like valley and facilitates the growing of thousands of stately date palm trees, which are indigenous to Morocco (apparently, the date palms in California were brought in from Morocco).
The residences are all built along the exterior borders of the oasis, so as ...
... with no mountains very close you wonder, just dry landscape, you wonder, where does this water come from?
Right nearby is the Ziz River which flows from the Aoufous Valley on toward Arfoud, where it gets all used up for irrigation. Now it’s still a living stream, flowing through a shallow gorge across the treeless desert plain. It’s a comforting feeling to follow a river through a lonely desert stretch, knowing, where there is water, there ...
... A fellow sits down next to me—he tells me he’s a musician, and asks to borrow my guitar—in fact he’s in a band with Samir, the drummer I met here 4 years ago! He plays some of his original songs—which are quite good, songs about religious themes and social issues, mixing traditional and western styles. He says they play at festivals and events in this area, and ...
... 8212;I haven’t seen fresh snow since Pennsylvania five years ago and forgot how beautiful it is. But it’s not nearly as heavy as it was when I passed through here in 09 when it was over 2 meters high in places.
Finally the snow fades away, and we pass town after town that brings back memories… Timahdite… Zeida… Midelt… Errich…seems like so long ago… Finally we ...
... desert Auberge ( hotel) and had a dribble of a shower to try and remove the sand from every crevice in our body. Now we are driving at snail pace across 15km of rough desert to reach something that resembles a road and then it's off to our next exciting adventure. The amazing thing was that there was phone reception on the sand dunes and wi -fi at the hotel, miles from anywhere. ...