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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 …
... with ‘Suddenly a tuna sandwich does not seem so inviting’. We made a decision to throw the idea of a sambo out the window, there will be plenty of days when it would suffice, today was not one of them.
The younger takes the cleaned and scaled fish out to the hot coals and begins his faithful watch over the delicate fare taking care not to overcook or burn it. Meanwhile, his brother was tending to the other accoutrements and seafood. ...
... celsius) sunlight reflecting off the sand tricks the eye into seeing things that don't exist. Absolutely amazing.
Overall for us, it was the simplest moment that proved the best in the Sahara – riding a camel backwards, learning to tie a turban, singing and laughing with our berber men (whether or not we were laughing at the same thing is another story), standing ontop of the dunes and simply lazint ...
... way of life.
The small lanes and adobe houses of the ksour were fascinating but it was a very basic way of life for the village people. As part of our tour we were invited into a ksour home. A young mother of four welcomed us, offering us tea while our guide spoke about their village life. Her home was just one very basic room which incorporated beds and a small cooking area.
A guide is not a guide of course if he or ...
... located about 7 km outside of the town of Ouarzazate, in a peaceful grove of olive, fruit and palm trees and flowers. We enjoyed a refreshing beer before even viewing our rooms.
A warm welcome by the proprietors and by Mr. & Mrs. Peacock, a tasty meal and a good night in clean and comfortable rooms concluded the first day of our adventure in southern Morocco.