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A few days after we arrived, we went on a picnic at the community park with Mr. and Mrs. Fajri. We learned all the proper customs and greetings. The formal way to say hello is "Salaam". We made sure to greet everyone politely who walked past us. It was a nice relaxing afternoon with food and laughter. We discussed what the proper customs are ...
... that the shop represents. I told them we were well serviced by carpets in New Zealand, and we can buy one there, for about the same price as in his shop plus for freight.
It was back downstairs to collect our guide, who was not having much luck in the
commission department, and the next step was to look at the leather tannery, and again will lead to the very top of the building, but this time we could look down on a hive of activity where they prepared ...
So unlike the "true desert" and south east where people can only live near an oasis, this is a region that can sustain people—as long as they’re willing to move from place to place. Hopefully I’ll have a chance to get a closer look at this culture during this trip.
But now, I’ve got another town to explore: Ain Bni Mather (0939, 3 hrs, 4.0 kms).
Ain Bni Mather looks like it was a little train stop village in the middle of ...
... Berkane is a earthy red city.
I would enjoy my tour of Berkane a bit more if it weren’t for some bad beans I had in Oujda that are threatening to come back up the way they went down! I do find a shabby little plaza to strum in, and I hike all the way up a long, open air market street until this lively city starts to calm down a bit. Then I decide I’d better call it a day.
Don’t think I’ve missed anything really special ...