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... stood there. I guess faced with the escape route, no wonder they stayed. On the subject of road safety - the other day in Rissani, after the rain storm, we came to an intersection, where a man hole had collapsed and left a hole about 1 metre in diameter across, right in the middle of the intersection. Someone had placed “safety rock” about the size of a kettle on the road at the hole to warn approaching traffic. Very effective. Three days later we returned ...
... to attention and salute as the convoy all with blue lights flashing speeds past us. It would appear we have just witnessed the King on his way to the Festival of the Roses.
We arrive in Ouarzazate late afternoon and our hotel is conveniently near the coach office so we walk. Two taxi trips into town to see the Kasbah which is (you've guessed it) closed and then on to a restaurant for spaghetti bolognaise, perfect. The taxi driver is surprised that we know the correct fare. Thank you ...
... not stopping… it’s—crashing right into a shop!
And what is the truck carrying? It’s loaded with re-bar, which is poking out the back of the truck which means… whoever is back there probably just died a very gory death by impalement.
People rush to the cab to drag out the murderous driver—but… there’s no one there.
Looks like a simple case of forgetting ...
... of the south. The north is full of agriculture, called the "useful" part of the country, and where the higher income citizens live. The south area is more poor, dry, and no fertile land.
4 hrs, 3.0 kms
Day total: 16 hrs, 21.3 kms
On past Asfaru there’s a temporary metal bridge, suggesting that at some point this river flooded, wiping the old bridge out. Here the terrain changes from wide open valley with gentle hills around to cliffs that narrow more and more up ahead. This is no Toudra Gorge—but it does give the area a bit more of an exciting feel. Up ahead the road climbs up to avoid the cliff. It’s almost ...