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... weather events that were bringing rain and floods down to the Western Sahara desert. Trust us to be here for that! We had been told by a local that Mirleft was a very pretty place, a small town further south also on the coast but rather than a long straight beach there were coves and so we had booked and paid for four nights there in a B&B through Air B&B - highly recommended by Lonely Planet. We had also paid a driver a deposit to take us there. We were so looking forward to it ...
... everything we had imagined. One of our drivers had some fossils and jewelry for sale (of course), so we finished the morning looking through his goods. We chose a couple of pieces, and the haggling ensued, with offer and counter offer written in the sand. Hassan returned us at breakneck speed and maximum bounce, and we continued our journey with Farass, who seemed delighted in our own excitement in the experience. We were now heading for Tinehir, along the road of A Thousand ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... and check for markers that will help us find our way back. We decide to stick to main roads and wander beside the busy traffic thoroughfare towards the main square. After half an hour, I say my leg isn't good we should head back. Back in the Riad the newcomers are gathering for lunch. Luke the painting tutor is Australian from Gosford, has been living in England for two years, is heading home in a month as his visa has run out. Judy one of painting students is also an Aussie ...
... against the walls of the medina just before motor scooters and motorbikes roared past. But it was part of the experience. In my two weeks in Morocco, I learned that this is an unavoidable part of the merchant culture. I learned to accept it, not fight it, so that I could enjoy and experience Morocco without becoming stressed.
I had three more nights at this Riad, and two more days in Marrakech, so I thought I would make the best of it and just explore areas beyond the ...