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Nice set meal, good nights sleep in a lovely warm room.
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After an early breakfast we are picked up by another Mohammed to go on a tour for the next 3 nights. We head out of Marrakech towards the Atlas Mountains that we can see snow capped in the distance. Passing by posh golf resorts we soon reach the mountain roads and some fabulous views of small villages and goats up on the Rocky Mountain sides. Up …
... trying to determine how to re-book our three flights, one of which was an impossible-to-change around the world leg from Istanbul to Kathmandu. We were scheduled to take the first flight from Ouarzazate to Casablanca starting the following morning at 6:00 am. At 11:00 pm, I suggested I start making those changes, but Sam suggested we wait. Thankfully, we did, and everyone had the physical wherewithal to get dressed and into the van to head ...
... without us!
It was a BEAUTIFUL fall day in Morocco and we had the afternoon free. John and I decided to just hang out by the pool, organize photos and catch up on emails, etc. Dinner at the hotel restaurant was again buffet style and our dinner mates tonight was a large German tour group. Food is included but as usual you must pay for your drinks, even water. Tomorrow the Road of 1001 Kasbahs and another early wake-up ...
... heading towards me.
A splash in our riad pool followed by a tagine dinner the travelling life is tough, sipping the last of the mint tea we head up to our room. Saying goodnight to the hay speckled wall I click of the light, then the prayer call goes out, a reminder to all who hear, Allaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahu Akbar
"God is the greatest".
Today our tour begins, Hamaal our driver picks us up ...
... on their journeys up to Europe which makes sense as it is an intersection, triangulated by the Atlas, Draa and Dades Valleys. This areas appeal is best conveyed through its use as a film set for many great films - The Last Temptation of Christ, The Living Daylights and, more recently, Gladiator. We make it in time for a swim which leaves you refreshed and ready to explore the ...