Auberge Kasbah la Datte d'Or Chez Abdellatif
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... at him thoughtfully and asks ‘Climatisation?’ (‘Air-conditioning?’) and points to the Merc.
The man grins widely and shakes his finger ‘Non!’
Grant smiles and replies with ‘Change... non.’. The lights turn green and the taxi speeds away driver and his passengers laughing at the great joke.
Ouarzazate is a great place to stop for a while and use as a base for exploring the region. It is ...
... her haste. There were two acts to go. Time was not flying. The first was a Berber dancer, who wore a large straw hat and a great mane of yellow hair. We couldn't work out whether she was female or male, which sounds awful, but we still can't. She had a short physique and seemed to have breasts, but his face was very mannish. Her/his dance was mid-gender. Audience, of course, were brought up to mimic his/her moves. Then we clapped. The last ...
... come out and we are transferred to another bus that took us to the main station and very quickly find ourselves on another bus heading towards our destination, hopefully! <i>Note: I tell this story not to scare you into not taking buses as we never personally felt threatened or unsafe in anyway it just made for an interesting start to our travels proper.</i> Lastly can I say this is a truly beautiful drive with wonderful scenery as you drive up and over the Tizi ...
11. Where did the Windigo?
I had almost given up on you, me. Now I see that you were always waiting for me, neeganeesh. Neither of us planned this. I gently expose your taut traits with my eager adverbs. I pull dangling modifiers from your gloriously surging phrases. "Give me everything." The pulsating tide heaves up the ice onto the banks of the Moose as my hard prose penetrates you. After, we lay there and published.
... 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 ...