Palma Ziz Hotel
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Weather :-))))) The rest day, the amazing weather and good roads made this a great ride. In the morning I looked up at the mountains and decided, 'Right, let's kill this mother!' That didn't work; at the start of the first hill, I was left panting like a dog. 'Gotta slow down.' I don't normally ride to a schedule, but my plan was to reach the Col by 12:30. Weather, rest ...
... by the coach office for pancake and mint tea until finally our coach arrives.
We wait patiently by the coach for the luggage hold to be opened, but no, we have to take the bags to the office to have them weighed again. I sense another 20 Dh fine coming our way. The coach is pretty full and there is definitely someone sitting in our allocated seats. Once in the office, it is decided bags don't need to be weighed after all, so back to the pavement with them whilst women ...
And then I’m off, across the vast open wasteland. But it’s not going to be another 20 kilometers of monotony. Soon I spot the spring that I’d been told about. At first it looks like some pipe must’ve burst, with water spurting high into the air. But no, it’s an artesian well creating a natural fountain. Nearby are other little springs bubbling to the surface, leaving mineral residues around. It’s a surreal ...
... in Michigan, so I understood her directions well.
I cooked my food on the stove in a "tagine": a ceramic saucer with a ceramic cone for its top. The main ingredients included chicken parts, olives, the softened rinds of lemons preserved in sugar and hot water, and potatoes. I gave the chicken a harem of taste, adding spice like chopped ginger, salt and pepper, cardamom and curry, parsley, cilantro, bayleaves, ...
... children, and 2 unmarried brothers live. We had an amazing lunch consisting of fava bean soup and Berber pizza, followed my mandarins for desert and I got some henna on my hand and foot as a welcome gift from Aziz's niece. The Todra Gorge was beautiful, and it was very enjoyable playing the drums in front of the fire and chatting more to Aziz, his youngest brother and his nephew (who is one year older than him). I have learnt a lot about Islam and ...
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