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... towns in the direction of Marrakesh like Mirleft, Aglou Plage, Agadir, and Essaouira. Essaouira came recommended. So we decided to turn the car in tomorrow and take the bus over to Essaouira and linger there for awhile without the car. Today, we wanted to get close to the Tizi n'Test pass and drive over that scenic pass in the morning light. We expected to spend tonight in Taroudannt, aka ...
... 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. ...
... you will find only men sitting and drinking coffee, tea or water but never any women.
The souq on a Sunday is a big event, its on the outskirts of the city walls and has everything from cows and sheep to spices and bananas, skrewdrivers and sunglasses, underwear and robes. Many people travel great distances to buy and sell at it, fantastic hussle and bustle to the region as the day goes on and people go about their business.
... 8217;ve got nice natural boundaries so invaders and refugees
Can be easily repulsed and life can go on normally
So when the oil runs out and it’s pointless to have cars
And the money from the bank is used as kindling for the fires
No more commerce, no more factories, you eat what you grow or hunt
Most places it’ll spell disaster, but in a few places it ...
... living in their tent, until either the water or the grazing is exhausted, then they pack up and move on. I can’t imagine life at this level – yet it must be satisfying as this style of life has continued for these people for generations beyond reckoning.
We watched the scattered nomad tribes for probably 45 minutes, when the landscape seemed to make a dramatic change – there were trees. They were small – less than 10 feet ...