Hotel Le Zat
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... roadside for the water to abate. We traversed the famous Gorge created by of riverflow that created a spectacular site. It was similar to the Grand Canyon but much shorter and narrower and therefore a gorge and not a canyon. We lunched at 4 pm just after the Gorge as our drive took much longer than expected, partly due to the many 'Kodak' moments we had to slow down or stop for. Diner was at our hotel, Les Jardins de Skoura. As we arrived after dark we have only the supposition ...
... t have the time to go off piste across to another gorge sadly, as it would take 3 hrs & we had to get to Marakesh....
Continued on our way through the dramatic Atlas Mountains. 7000 ft ! Luckily roads quiet, probably due to Ramadan which makes the drive less stressful. Jacob drove up winding hairpin roads....we decided that the metal barriers on the sides served only as a reassurance, as felt certain totally useless if you ...
... from Morocco for a long time. Police checks are frequent. You need to present, for each person, a fiche d’etat civil complete with all the relevant details. They will ask you to make sure your camera is turned off. Moroccan police and military are very sensitive to photography generally and even more so in the south. We found that all the officials were very friendly, courteous and professional at all times.
After a nights rest in a ...
... get on with everyone in the village.
After dinner we gave them a few little gifts from New Zealand and we could see that they did not expect anything and were just happy to have us as visitors in their home.
This morning we met Omar at 8am for a walk around the of the village. We saw bread being made in 4 different locations all in the same traditional style. Omar's father was a respected elder and you could tell ...
... and head off to Gorges Du Dades. Back down through Toudra, with the light from a different angle, the hills and valleys look different. Road still a bit rough. Funnily we are too early to the trinket sellers, who are either setting up or not there yet. Then back to the highway at Tinerhir, and west to Gorges du Dades. Again spectacular, what mother nature and the power of water can achieve. Funny, we went to the end of the road that we could manage, maybe 60kms in, ...