Kasbah Le Touareg
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... br> Monday 13th.
Joined Hiro and Abdul, on a car tour of the area, including Merzouga, lake and village music. This place is on Paris Dakar route, and although vast there are people everywhere. If you stop in the dunes, or anywhere else for that matter, locals pop up everywhere. Some looking for a handout, and some looking for payment for help, Like if you get stuck in the sand or lost or whatever.
Talked about the Riff mountains last ...
... movies. It's essentially an enormous flat plain of gravel and loose rocks with the occasional dry bush managing to eke out existence. But after about 8 hours in the car we finally reached our destination: the Merzouga dunes. Merzouga is a place in the far east of Morocco where all of the sand that the wind sweeps off the desert is deposited into a great swath of majestic dunes. Finally, it felt like the true Sahara: huge sand dunes ...
... flight to Rabat.
Before i launch into my travels I will start with my overall impression of Morocco. Morocco is a country of contrasts. The contrast between the old medinas and the modern cities, the contrast of the people who either live the traditional way or embrace modern, western culture, and the contrasting landscape as you cruise through this beautiful country. These contrasts make for a really interesting time traveling through, seeing ...
... they were heading in our direction they would have plummeted 200 meters to the base.
Just when you think it is safe to put the camera away another sight comes into view.
Oasis of a thousand palms.
After hours of driving and more photos we take a break and take in the view of the oasis of 1000 palms.
Amar takes us off road to visit the original Kasbah that ...
... vegetables. The harvest is normally realized 3 times per year. They have also many palm trees whose fruit (dates) are harvested every year around October / November. All the fields are irrigated from the river situated nearby. There are a lot of channels that lead the water to the fields. However, the irrigation system is used by dozens of villages located in the surroundings so they always fill with water the channels of one village and just for a couple of ...