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... good but had padlock on the door. We couldn't find our way to the Palace and we thought sleeping in the car might be better than staying at the fleabag looking hotel we had noticed. We passed the center of town and the town seemed to be petering out. We decided to turn back and take a closer look at the fleabag hotel, if we did not find anything before we reached a gas station we could see a ...
... often jump up into the gnarly branches to eat the leaves. As we were driving past we saw them doing just that and stopped for some photos and a tip for the shepherd! We drove into taroudant an old town surrounded by red earth ramparts. Another snake charmer who blew his clarinet trumpet thing much like Danny! We had a walk round the souks or markets which were very much everyday shops for local. Lots of dates, henna, trainers, clothes ...
... 8221;… and sternly advise them to never forget their land…
I don’t know that I will. I guess I’m kind of used to being a landless nomad. Tomorrow this feeling might fade and I’ll go on and Assaka will just be another “could’ve been” memories. But it’s still a beautiful feeling to have.
As Elhosein gives me to tour of Assaka… showing me the olive groves, the ...
... 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 ...
... see more and more groves, consistently getting larger in size. Finally I recognized citrus trees. We had arrived at the largest agricultural area in Morocco. It is from here that Morocco produces one of its main exports to the world – Citrus. Issam explained that again the water was near to the surface and easily used for irrigation. Water is certainly a key to life in this country.
Our hotel – or Riad – is located within an ...