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... at Ifrane, home to the Al Akhawaya international university and a population of Barbary apes. You could stop and feed them (the apes, not the academics) for photo opps which we found touristy but we indulged anyway. After Ifrane, the skies cleared and the terrain flattened with soaring views of snow capped !!! Atlas Mountains in the distance. We stopped at a town called Midelt for lunch and ...
... that live here, but the rest have moved across the river to the more permanent housing. The Kasbahs last anything from 10-20 years! Of course this depends on the rain...but it would only rain 65 days of the year! So not too bad!! It was bloody hot wandering about, just an average 42 degrees Celsius! Was glad to get back into the A/C of the car! We had another hefty drive on down to the rose valley, and through the dades gorge...where there's this amazing oasis in the middle of ...
... Berbers passing through with their herds. Hundreds of years ago, eating the dates, they would just spit out the pits and they grew. Someone said, “Like Johnny Appleseed!” I’m not sure Khalid understood this reference. We stopped for photos of a small village where the women (always the women doing the work – not the men – the men were shooffing) were harvesting the dates, sorting the dates, drying them in the sun, ...
... passing small villages, stopping at a nomadic Berber people living in the desert. Amazingly tough life living in tents on the desert, looking after their animals.
We continued on getting stuck in the sand and having a blast in the dunes. We had a lunch that the literature described as 'enjoyable' picnic-style lunch, of course, that depends on how much you ...
... I immediately made it clear I would not be getting on any retched camels and set off on foot to the top of the closest dunes. As I walked, I was immediately tailed by some Bedouin fellow who would not leave me alone. First he said he just wanted to help me to the top of the dunes, then he wanted to take pictures for me and then … wait for it … he wanted me to buy some fossils (for which the area is famous) and some Bedouin jewelry. Uh no buddy, I am ...