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... famous for the number of films which have used it as the setting and we are talking big films, like Gladiator, The Jewel of the Nile, Lawrence of Arabia and Indiana Jones plus another twenty since 1954. In fact, it was restored originally for the film Jesus of Nazareth. So with such a famous backdrop just thirty km up the road, Ouarzazate, the nearest town of any size became the Hollywood of Morocco!
Forty km to the north up a ...
... the end of the carpal tunnel.
6. Mute and Deaf
Do not blame yourself, weeksigo. You were young then and she was probably unpublishable. You thought the pills would help. Instead they turned your mind into a float plane endlessly circling a creek full of logs until the gauge shows empty and you crash into thick clauses, invisible from above.
7. Mutt and Jeff
Everywhere you go in the world, brother-in-law, you will see ...
... kasbah the prior night.
The last kasbah we visited was Ait Benhaddou, a short thirty minute drive northwest of Ouarzazate. This kasbah had been used in many films, including Lawrence of Arabia and it really was a spectacular site built high into the Atlas Mountains. Unfortunately, the place was overrun with tourist shops and the accompanying hordes of tourists. Nevertheless, Karem and I made our way across the dry riverbed and through the sand that surrounded ...
... be with a 'man like that' irritated him and was beyond his comprehension.
So I tried to explain.
Jean Raymond looks after me, I said, and that brought out the young girl in me. I liked to feel that.
Morocco was quite surprising me.
How content the people seemed to be, and the women walking around laughing with one another, freely, not under oppression, even though they followed a religion that has been so negative to personal freedom ...
... Kasbahs, little towns and some very poor areas. These tarp covered spaces were selling used windows, wood or all other types of scrap.
One thing that I always smile at are children playing soccer...on clay, stones or rocks. There is not much grass and no sports fields that I've seen just yet.
Tonight we're planning ...