La Perle du Draa
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... start to disappear along the ridge and off down the side of the dune. I get to the top and look down. OMG! Steeper than a black ski run, I nearly chicken out and then realise that I may never get this chance again. Other people have made it all the way down unscathed so I surprise Alan and Lois who have already begun their descent by setting off after them. Some people are taking it really slowly and even going down sideways using poles. I quickly realise how easy and ...
... a scrappy, frontier kind of town that I’ll bet feels even scrappier when the groundwater dries up.
Today is market day, though, so there is a bustle of activity. I wander down past the arches along the dusty main street, as schoolkids come from the school at the edge of town… I loop around, past a scrattering of less than prosperous houses, until I find a quiet field where I can take my video clip and play my songs.
Day 055: 1 hour, 3.0 kms
Before reaching my next town, I go ahead a sit for a strum in a little orchard. It's been a hot, shadeless walk and I need a break. Soon I’m joined by a local musician, a percussionist who plays at weddings and festivals. He begs me to come back this evening to join him and his friends for a jam ...
... first all along the N10 then
turning south onto the R105 which wound its way through the picturesque
countryside through beautiful little villages and although the road was
very narrow the scenery was worth every narrow kilometre!
was almost a photograph and each corner. Along the time we were at
about 1100 m elevation driving round the edge of the hills with a river
flowing down in the valley some ...
... out beauty products, we were taken to a room where we could sample the products. Interesting, especially seeing the picture of the tree with all of the goats standing on the branches, however we did not buy any beauty products.
Our next stop was at a very unstable looking bridge, made out of just rope and planks of old wood, hanging high over a fast flowing river. We were too nervous to walk over it at the same time, and so we took turns to reach the middle ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking