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... floor eating and chatting. We then left the market and walked across the street to the women’s argan cooperative, where we saw the production chain from start to finish. Most memorable were 1) the nut cracking room, where 20+ women sat in rows dexterously cracking nuts with stones and chatting contentedly (their contentment probably enhanced by the opportunity to socialize, along with the fact that they are paid by the unit); 2) the "crèche" – a nursery where childcare ...
... would change the faces of the dunes. Grateful for the relative cool of the morning, we mustered our strength and scaled the high dune, settling down on the cool sand to enjoy the sunrise.
From where we were sitting, we could make out narrow, twisting tracks in the sand, tiny pinpricks creating patterns on the surface. These, we quickly worked out, were snake tracks. They did not appear to begin or end anywhere, which, we assumed, meant that they had burrowed down ...
May 22, 2014
SIDI IFNI to OUED BEHRIL (alternatively called Ouled Berhil on Google Maps and Oulad Barrehil on booking.com) 311 Km
Motel Cafe-Restaurant Tizint, 200dh, double with breakfast
The last two tics on our to-do list are to drive along the Atlantic coast and cross the 2,092 meter (6,863ft) Tizi-n'Test pass ...
... asking myself, if I lose this camera, will I go back to Zag, Taghmoute, Assa, Taghjijt to retake them?
Finally I decide to follow the main road towards Agadir, where I find a couple empty benches with not too many suspicious characters around and take a quick vid clip and sit down for one last music session.
And that’s it. I’m officially finished with Morocco. But there’s no way I’m going to have ****** Oulad Teima be my last town… ...
... It seems like a pretty big project for a valley that just has a trickle of water running through it, but, of course, this creek does become a raging river sometimes.
And seeing all those men down there, I can see how this disrupts the security of the region. See, security in rural areas in Morocco is based on the fact that everybody knows everybody, and if an out of towner passes through, everyone ...