Les Jardins Du Draa
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stars; that's how hard my head is.....
We stop for a lesson in civil engineering, the urban infrastructure of khettaras!
In Afghanistan khettaras are called "Kiraz", in Iran "quanat", in Algeria "fouggara", in Yemen "Aflaj", in China "karez" and in Syria "kanawat". "Khettaras" is the term used in Morocco.
Khettaras are constructed as a series of well-like vertical shafts, connected by ...
... it turns out that he offered Fatima one thousand camels for me to become his second wife, he is allowed four of them. When this was shared with me it cracked me up and made me think of the jokes said about this very thing at work before I left. when we had stopped to take some panoramic photos, Musafa asked me if I would accept his proposal. naturally I go along with it, its hilarious. Besides, I wanted to see what mums garden looks like with all of those camels in her back ...
... spot to draw the AMEND logo in the sand and take a photo - could be useful for something..... The sun is now beginning to weaken above an increasing blanket of flying sand. It's stinging our legs, arms and faces with its vicious speed. Visibility is rapidly reducing. It's not long before Jacko demands that we all keep together so we don't lose anyone. Walking like this while being buffeted by the wind is exhausting. Each time someone needs to duck behind a sand dune ...
... look recently abandoned. And unlike other mud town ruins, there’s no new village built next to it. It looks like folks from this village moved a long ways away, giving it a ghostly feel. I guess they didn’t want to ruin any of the precious fertile farmland around by building houses nearby. Here people really value their farm plots and houses are almost always built on barren rocky hillsides, not within the ...
Day 055: 2 hours, 2.4 kms
Continuing on to the next town, some of the boys offer to accompany me. Since I've been guilty of contributing to truancy a couple times before I remind them that their supposed to be in class. "Oh, we just got off school" they reassure me.
The hike to Agoubt isn’t to far—but would still be a miserable walk to make during the hot months. I ask why they don’t have bicycles “we ...