Tichka Salam Ouarzazate
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... bit of spare time on these legs) We even got accosted in a gas station the other day, and the pump man literally chased the guy off. We hardly stop at cafes, although its getting better in the south because tourists are more accepted, but if we do, we make sure we can see the bike at all times and never stay for long. Laa Shokran (No Thank You) has become our most used Arabic expression.
We are doing our best with the various languages , and always try to be polite ...
This morning, the adventure continues as we head for Aït Benhaddou, a 'fortified city', situated along the former caravan route between the Sahara Desert and Marrakech. En route, choose from optional quad biking or a visit to the film studio. We then travel over the High Atlas mountains on our way to Marrakech. On a hill along the Ouarzazate River we find Aït Benhaddou. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it boasts great examples of Kasbahs, some of which remain ...
... another place where I could feel at home, and where I could come to love the people.
We had sussed out now the location of the local pattiserie, so had a good breakfast of pain au chocolate, pain au raisin, Moroccan crepes, cheese, and youghurt drinks, sitting on our bed munching it all.
Ian and Jeremy slept most of the day, though when Berne proposed going out for a walk, Jeremy suddenly awoke and said he'd come too.
We set off out in the ...
... li>A few random stops here and there, and we made it to our main stop for the day - Ait Benhaddou. This is one of the most famous kasbahs in the country and was declared a UNESCO world heritage site. The city is still inhabited, and we snaked our way up the small path to the top, the paths weaving between personal residences and small shops the whole way. All the buildings were made out of adobe brick - looking closely you could see the grass and ...
Day 161 2 hrs, 3.3 kms It’s already late afternoon but I’ve only covered 9 kilometers. I suppose I could just stay the night here in Ait Ben Haddou where lodging is plentiful. But I’ve still go an itching to discover more, so I’m going to gamble that I’ll be able to find lodging farther up the road. I’ve also brought a sleeping bag, so I could just camp out ...