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... angry. A couple of Spanish guys and I finished a little early so we walked around the back of the small city. All the towns and cities out here are absolutely beautiful and you would have thought that they were all protected. We got a lovely view of this particular town which was very interesting. Our final stop before we reached the place we were staying the night was called Ait Sedrate Jbel El Soufla which means something about monkey hands. So we hoped out of ...
... whilst the other in pressed pants and shirt of a successful city professional.
They sit at their table across from us and grab the attention of the younger two boys and commence to order a seemingly complicated meal, checking and double checking with the young one time and again before the boy is released to the kitchen.
Moments later he emerges and runs off to a hole in the wall next door. The elder goes out to the sidewalk and ...
We arrived at the Oasis of Skoura to visit the Amridil Kasbah, the most famous in Morocco and it features on some 50 Dirham notes. The Kasbah is on the banks to a normally dry river and a palmery which has great irrigation canals for watering crops, almond groves and date plantations
During our guided tour we learnt it was built principally as a school for teaching the Koran. It is in three stages of restoration, the ...
... for and left.
Our next visit was to the old city or Ksour of Tamegroute. Ksours are ancient fortified villages built to ensure maximum security for their inhabitants and are a typical habitat of the Draa Valley. A kasbah on the other hand, is distinguished from a ksour by its smaller size.
Our guide for our tour of the ksour was a pleasant, friendly young man wearing a brilliant sky blue turban and scarf, and a long flowing ...
... or Jewish origin.
The orange/gold walls of the market town of Taroudant (little Marrakech) are well preserved and invite one to discover the city. Apparently the hotel "Gazelle d'Or" is a must. The flamboyant blue of the jacarandas dazzles us all along the city walls, but we continue our journey direction Taliouine, the saffron capital, Morocco's red gold.