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We drove on to Ait Ben Haddou, the site of s beautiful Kasbah which has also been featured in movies. Our hotel is just a five minute walk from it, with a gorgeous view. We planned to get up early tomorrow to go see it. It is open all the time, so we could go any time, but no lights, so after dark would be sketchy. Turns out, in the daylight was a …
At hotel Timbuktu, we had breakfast in a beautiful tent... Berber perhaps, with cushions hat reminded us of the Roche Bobois sectional that we all love.
Then we hit the road.
We went through the Dades valley, without rustic up views (from the bottom) of craggy rocks. He houses are built into the side of,then rocks and are ...
... Omar was moving the truck for someone else but fearless Omar was the one going over first. I have a great video with the whole village cheering him on. We were then on our way and saw some great landscapes as our drive continued towards the Unesco World Heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou. It was nearing sunset and we had perfect conditions to climb to the top and see some artists on the way. There were movie people there getting a set ready for the Atlas movie studios company who is ...
... the rooftop terrace upstairs. In the distance, we could see the High Atlas mountains and the barren dessert.
Afterwards we set out to explore the magical old village. Go to http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/444 for a interesting summary of its historical background.
... the norm—usually people only travel with their family, or young people together—not a mixed crowd like this. I try not to act to smug about the fact that I’ve managed to see all the places they’ve seen by using local transportation and finding lodging along the way. Hey, it’s just nice to see Moroccans out discovering their own country… They’ve all got to go to a restaurant across the river, so I follow ...