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... to the sides at every other bend.....hell of a place to live! There were also a lot of kasbahs, their towers being a favourite spot for storks to nest.
When we got to Telouet, I wasn't sure we were in the right place. Sure there was a sign saying Kasbah Telouet 300m, but all we could see was what looked like a very large pile of rubble! I couldn't believe my brother had described this as a "must see". With no one to guide us, we ...
... I remember my grandfather, how he snared and preserved his beaver-tales through the long winter nights, knitting his mittens and his brows until a quill from the spring goose hunt brought release. But my brain is frozen, and as you smash the hard-drive with a two-iron, I lose consciousness.
9. Grey Taunt
Faintly I hear you, grandfather, placing your hands around your larynx and calling the adjectives in: awfuk, awfuk, awfuk. ...
... located, we had a magnificent views around the valley to the newly built village and the dry riverbed below. It really was pretty. And the kasbah was actually quite spectacular with high pinky-red walls, elaborate doorways and decorative markings. OK that hike was worth it.
We climbed back down (much easier) and stopped for a quick lunch in the village (chicken tangine) and began the four hour drive through the High Atlas Mountains to Marrakesh.
Now while ...
The last of our wonderful Riad Aicha breakfasts, on the rooftop, with the Italians, then time to explore territories new, our intended destination now being the desert town of Ouarzazate some five hours to the south.
We said our fond farewells to the lovely Karim and set off on foot across the medina.
There was some tension in the air though, as my travelling companion, Jeremy, always impatient to be on the move, was in a grump.
... hill, we went to the restaurant the van driver suggested for lunch and found that it was an absolute tourist haven. We chose to go to the place next door, and our driver was less than pleased. He definitely gets a cut if you eat at that restaurant, whoops!
By the time we finished lunch, we were fairly behind schedule so we zipped off towards the ...