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May 22, 2014
SIDI IFNI to OUED BEHRIL (alternatively called Ouled Berhil on Google Maps and Oulad Barrehil on booking.com) 311 Km
Motel Cafe-Restaurant Tizint, 200dh, double with breakfast
The last two tics on our to-do list are to drive along the Atlantic coast and cross the 2,092 meter (6,863ft) Tizi-n'Test pass ...
... had the liveliest donkey! The others were friendly and probably tired out too. The berber lady who brought my donkey along had both hands painted with henna. If they have their feet painted too it means they are unmarried (i think its that way round) More sweet mint tea to finish. We then saw the things the girls were wishing for - goats climbing trees. The shepherds walk around the open Argan forests with their goats and a 'goat' dog. ...
... petite taxi to the station which exactly what I wanted, happy days.
I rocked into the station at 9.30, the lady at CTM told me to hurry a bus was just about to leave and there was only that bus for the day, made it by the skin of my teeth and paid exactly 35 dirham!
I had booked accommodation in Dar Randigaba for a couple of days. A lovely bloke called Said runs it. He met me at the bus station and arranged for my bag and ...
... asking myself, if I lose this camera, will I go back to Zag, Taghmoute, Assa, Taghjijt to retake them?
Finally I decide to follow the main road towards Agadir, where I find a couple empty benches with not too many suspicious characters around and take a quick vid clip and sit down for one last music session.
And that’s it. I’m officially finished with Morocco. But there’s no way I’m going to have ****** Oulad Teima be my last town… ...
... eye on him until he leaves town. This way it’s pretty hard to do something bad without everybody knowing about it—a pretty good deterrent for crime. But here, with a dam being built, there’s a constant movement of people coming in and out, people the locals don’t know and can’t control. Criminals can easily take advantage of this, come in, rob people or rape someone and go ...