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... of the beauty around us and remembering just how fortunate we were to have witnessed this incredible place. We packed up our things and bade a sad farewell to the stunning location. Clambering back into the jeeps, we had a three hour journey ahead of us, taking us to the other side of the desert, where our adventure would continue. Five minutes into the drive, we passed a stunning sandy-coloured building, with four towers and ramparts, just like a castle. This, Mohammed informed ...
... of finding a hotel before dark was in question. Villages along the way were few and far between. We were going this way for the scenic views so we certainly did not want to be driving in the dark. A few kilometers before Oued Behril, we saw several small billboards advertising hotels, one a Palace and the other a Motel.
The dusty town was bigger than we expected. The first hotel in ...
... play some music, so we find a quiet little spot by a big boulder next to another canal bridge over a little gorge. “I helped build these bridges” Elhusein tells me. I have him take a little video clip of me… we take a photo of the two of us together… and Imoules is officially parkbenched. We head on back to the café to have some coffee while we wait until the bush taxi is ready to go.
... be able to say I’ve “fully explored Morocco”.
I ask if there’s a collective taxi to Assaka. “Which Assaka?” is the response, “there are several Assakas in the mountains” I didn’t know what to say
They look for a hint “what’s the last name of someone who lives there?” I tell him. “It’s the first ...
... it an old medina… there’s got to be some history to it!
Later on it’s explained to me: Taroudant is a very old city, in fact it’s older than Marrakech (folks from here even like to call it the mother of Marrakech). But it seems its suffered floods in the past, destroyed much of the traditional architecture. Still, I think I dare say I liked Tata better than Taroudant… at least Tata doesn’t try to pretend ...