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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 …
... it (Not 'tanjines Liam, tard). At this point in my life, I possibly never want to eat either of them again. While in lasted and for the record though, they were deeelicious.
As for Abdul. Bless, what a man. Laura and Liam, I look forward to smashing you with tomato's at La Tom in the coming days. Kathleen, stay out of the sun and eat more meat. I don't think you eat enough, hajajaaaa, hugs and kisses to you all.
Very hot day, we seem to be in the 40s now. It was mostly driving today but we had a stop in the afternoon where we could check out either a Berber pharmacy or a film studio. I chose the latter along with Will and Hannah while the ret did the pharmacy. The studio was a good choice but mainly because expectations were low and it ...
... I think he was on uppers of some sort) happily showed us around the building, explaining the various reasons behind the structure of Kasbahs (which btw just means a fortified house). A couple of interesting points included that the small bedroom doorways were for keeping hot/cool air out/in, holes in the walls were for keeping oil lamps in to avoid fires, water wells were kept inside the house to avoid them being poisoned, and holes on ...
... in the horizon I saw a snow-peaked mountain...we were both now wide awake. For the next almost 4 hours I couldn't close my eyes. Our bus was making its way across the Upper Atlas Mountains and through some of the most amazing scenery I've seen. These were no lush green rolling hills dotted with picturesque villages; but rather stark, edgy, snow-tipped peaks that were almost bare of any vegetation. Here and there we'd see the odd rustic hut or cafe perched perilously ...