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... but it had been nothing like this. We almost contemplated asking the driver to turn around and take us back to the relative sanity of the New City, but this was what we had come for, and I knew from the reviews that our new riad was worth the effort.
Our driver disappeared for a second, leaving us like frightened children in the melee. He soon returned with another man, who, he told us, would take us to our riad. We heaved our backpacks on, groaning under their ...
... dirham instead of 300 though so now I'll have to change it back at the airport for a rubbish exchange rate. Back to the hotel to pack. Got my suitcase down to 20kg (I think) but my little backpack is very heavy. It's got all the souvenirs in it (including fossils). Hope my pick up at Rome is waiting for me. Might be a struggle in public transport. Mohommed booked our taxis. I'm sharing with Tricia and ...
... if we had had a 50D note that was all he would have got!! Distraction number two.
Again we set out for the museum reluctantly asking a few people the direction. This can be fatal as the local touts latch on to you like limpets, showing friendship but in fact seeking recompense any assistance offered. We were told the directions for the museum and also told that today was that day the leather works were open, as ...
... we met in Tagazout had told us of a great camper stop right in the middle of the city but we thought after a demanding drive we would not attempt the city first up but stay on the outskirts of town for the night and head in the next day. The information we had was in Italian and Gayle was entering coordinates into the GPS and found a place 3ks from the town centre so we decided to head there.
As it turned out it was 3ks from the new town ...
... us exactly three hours to the top of the pass.
We stopped briefly at the top to recover but was to far exposed and cold to properly relax so we were quickly on our way again and instead stopped about 30 minutes later at an area that was far more sheltered than the pass for lunch. Afterwards we continued our journey down and eventually made it to a town that was assumably Assi and then about an hour later our final destination of Timichi. It took us four hours ...