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... it the old fashion way, without GPS assistance.
It didn't take long for us to be completely disoriented in the Taroudannt maze. A seemingly friendly local came to our rescue. He guided us to a parking spot and said we needed to walk from there to the Riad. He offered to show the way. I decided to stay in car while Dave checked it out. An hour later, I became pretty concerned, Dave was ...
... A nice short day out today and now were relaxing at the hotel - birds are singing and orange blossom again. It's been overcast today, but pleasant with long sleeves on. There'll be no sunburn though. Our guide has been lovely and helps us all order at the cafes. We've not had to eat any animals yet :) Lots of stray cats at the restaurants but not so many dogs. Daisy spotted a Barbary squirrel which also eats the Argan nuts. Lots of love ...
... spent that last couple centuries with no real home—at least not the kind of “home” that people in Assaka enjoy.
I get this warm feeling as I gaze out the window at the olive groves, the little school across the ravine… the sun setting behind the mountains. Yes, I could make this my home. I could build a house here, and bring my children here from time to time and remind them that this is “where they ...
... 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 ...
... of transportation available. We would see bicycles so full of alfalfa that you could hardly find the rider!
At this point there was a river with some agriculture. The scenery was about to change again. It started with just a few groves of trees – usually Almond or Walnut, then there were small groves of Apple trees. Then a very large tent – which appeared to be made of plastic – Issam explained that this was banana trees! We ...