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When the alarm went off for us to head outside to watch the sunrise over the sand dunes at 6:50 AM, I was weak, shaky, and still vaguely sick, but thankfully functional. The chilly desert breeze and the stunning sunrise were enough to help me put the previous 8 hours out of my mind. Extreme lows like the shocking sickness of last night and the …
Daniserres stayed here on Mar 20, 2004 during their trip titled: 6 Nights in Morocco.
... is and end up almost 'bouncing' down the side of the dune, heels in first. I run the final few flatter yards almost in hysterics. What an awesome experience! I dearly wish I could be dropped at the top to do it again, but it's not like the alps; there's no chair lift here, and I'm not climbing all the way up again. Reluctantly we all begin to walk away from Chagaga, but we're still bearing the wide grins of pure happiness. On the way out through the 'foot-dunes' I find ...
Ksba’ has a bit of a different feel, on top of a low plateau surrounded by a barren plain on 2 sides and farmland on the other. The alleys are in a gridlike pattern with long, boring windowless walls. At the far end there’s a nice view of the neighbourhood ladies all gather around the well doing their clothes washing.
... below. Note was not a
straight drop, if we had gone over the edge, we would have probably
rolled all the way to the bottom, which is perhaps reassuring!
have noticed an almost every small village there is a dirt field with
goalposts for the boys to practice their skills at soccer, and hopefully
make the big league playing for Chelsea or whatever.
night we had quite a lot of heavy rain, but obviously not ...