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Our second adventure here in Tafraoute was to drive over the mountain range, some 35km to a valley, Ait Mansour Gorge.
The road was amazing. Narrow most of the way and room for only one vehicle. It was a sunny day and not too warm. Ideal I thought. Fortunately for us not too much traffic. We had numerous hair pin turns, often down to first gear.
How the people live is something else. It seems that ...
... But we decided on the original hotel we had picked out, Hotel Salama. We got a spacious clean room with a balcony overlooking a small square where a couple of comedians were entertaining a circle of people. At Kasbah Restaurant, we enjoyed a great dinner of beef tajine with prunes and tasty Moroccan salad.
We were happy to learn that the weekly market is on Wednesday's. That's tomorrow!
... composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">This oil is in such demand globally that there are only half the number of trees left; words like "eco" and "sustainability" are lost on the Berbers, however controls are now being put in place, one being to keep the goats away and let the fruit fall so that it seeds another tree. The other ironic thing is that ...
... she had been living in Agadir running a motorbike adventure holiday company She was incredulous to see us hitching with young children in the rain and approaching darkness.
Nevertheless we carried on our attempt to hitch, and eventually another car stopped, in which was Hassan, a painter of murals and voice dubber of foreign films. He drove with one arm only as his other one was withered. He put us on the correct road for Tiznit, but still we were not ...
... pooling up on the side of the road.
Eventually the road improved in to a reasoning modern two-lane highway, with even a
few road barriers, but they did leave gaps, for those with suicide on their mind.
It was quite humid to start and at about 23°C, but after about 30 minutes of rain it dropped down to about 15°C but all of the mountains still had that misty look ...