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Nice set meal, good nights sleep in a lovely warm room.
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... it started to rain and became steamy in the car. Neither Mustafa nor Esam knew how to control the AC to defog the windshield. At one point, we were driving about 5 km/h due to complete lack of visibility so Sam reached into the front seat to adjust the controls. In a few minutes, it cleared. A cold, wet outside, and warmer interior is a rarity in Morocco.
Just outside of Ouarzazate, we stopped at the Hotel Ksar Ighnda and because it was ...
... is camouflaged from a distance! You just can't see it!
I stopped to take a photo through some palm trees of women washing mats in the river. It is culturally sensitive to take photos of people in Morocco, which is why we have so few pictures of everyday life, but there was absolutely no one in sight, I was a good 50m away and taking a scene rather than a person, so I thought I could just jump out of the van, snap a quick one or two and ...
... flower garland - last thing I need at this particular time. No, no, he tells me, Supratours bus no stop here, you must go there...pointing back to the office from whence we came! OK, no-one ever promised this was going to be easy.
Back to the coach office then. At the office we are told to go back again and we are both starting to get twitchy. We can't find the place we try to explain, can he give us some better directions? Fortunately there is another Moroccan ...
... we got out of the car I was slapped in the face by shockingly cold, high altitude, mountain air. At one point we were so close to the snow I swear we could have walked to it. (Shannon and I are currently bickering about the distance - she swears it was 6 or so miles, I say it was closer than that... regardless, it was close, and the point was, it was hella cold.)
- Kasbahs are a large type of house, generally reserved for ...
... we found a nice cafe to have coffee and pizza and watch the world go by.
We wandered back to the truck, bumping into a couple of local tourists from Marrakesh who wanted a chat. One was an English Teacher, the other a PE teacher. Once again we were bowled over by the friendliness and hospitality of the Moroccan people as well as their ability to speak multiple languages...Arabic, French, German, the local dialect and of course English. Rather ...