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... in a local saffron cooperative (small and uneventful) and a calligraphy shop (closed), before continuing the drive and seeing a much anticipated highlight: goats in trees! The argan tree, which is used for cooking oil, soaps and cosmetics, grows only in this region of Morocco, and the goats have learned to climb high into the argan tree to eat the nuts. Needless to say, we never tired of seeing goats in trees. One goatherd came over to chat and show us argan nuts; ...
... was the school built by the Germans for the nomads, to help to educate the children. They had made one huge error and neglected one very important fact, nomads, by their very nature, are nomadic! They are constantly moving on. They school was never used and is now guarded by one solitary man, whose unfortunate job it is to bake in the heat of the desert and watch the jeeps scramble past, speaking to no-one, doing nothing.
Our ride was even rockier than the previous ...
... almost two hours stalled in this town and had had it. There are oodles of hotels around but we did not want to choose any ol' one. We bee-lined out of town. We didn't want to deal with it. And we couldn't figure out what these guys accomplished by giving us the run around. In all honesty, it probably would have been an interesting stop. But, because we wanted to turn the car into the ...
... ve “finished” something at some point. And if I were to leave Morocco tomorrow, I would confidently say that I “finished” exploring this country.
Oulad Teima a.k.a. Houara
Unfortunately, Oulad Teima looks like it’s going to be a bit of afterclimax—especially after the amazing moments over the last couple of days. Here, in the middle of the Souss Valley farmland, is a village turned into a vast, ...
... in the lower South American Andes. There’s definitely something different about this valley. People are all friendly and helpful along the way—even the children are polite. Gradually my unease from the dire warning I received in Tamaloukt is starting to fade.
This next village is along the steep hillside below the road… I follow a path down… wander through it than back up to the road on the other ...