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... of trying the gorge-to-gorge route and decided to go for it. We'd make the loop, on piste, with the GPS navigation assistance of Dave's cell. 10 km onward, we came to a turnout to a gravel pit and a guy waved our car over to the side to talk. He said there are actually two ways to get from gorge to gorge. One way, we could get through in our car. And the other, we couldn't. And he was willing to ride with ...
... set up for another bush camp in a beautiful spot in the middle of nowhere overlooking the mountains. I am in cook group with Matt and Helen so while everyone else was cracking open the drinks we were stuck outside in a sand storm trying to knock up a curry. The food went down well even if it was a bit crunchy!! After dinner we joined in the drinking and games, finished off our Captain Morgan's and ended up in ...
... no appetite. I took my emergency Cipro antibiotic and immodium, so hopefully I'll feel better tomorrow. A few hours later we arrived at our hotel which is pretty nice with a great view and a nice pool. We all slept this afternoon, then travel a few minutes to a beautiful gorge with a river and walked around to find lots of tired from Ramadan Moroccans lounging about. We were then we were walked thru an oasis to see community vegetable gardens. After that we ...
... we followed him to the wood dealer to buy it. When he asked our driver did he have any alcohol, Drew tasked it to Tim. Tim being a kind hearted soul (and obviously not thinking very clearly!!!) gave away the vodka! Not happy Jan!
We seemed to drive forever before we found an area with bush camp potential. Who'd have believed so many people lived in the area. As it was we had some local lads arrive in camp to stare at us not 10 minutes after we’d pulled up. ...
... that this is a very good stopping point for my Dades Superhike—at least in this direction.
It’s a very satisfying feeling. But I don’t have a lot of time to bask in my accomplishment… I need to figure out where I’m going to spend the night. I walk through the village until I reach the mosque which, as is common in small villages, is “the place” for men to hang out in the evening as they wait for the ...