Chez Le Pacha
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... hotel, Marlene received a telephone call from her vet to tell her that her dog Tara was terminally ill with cancer, and that he could do nothing for her. Marlene asked him to put her to sleep. She didn't get much sleep herself that night, also because the mattress was a little bit too hard.
Despite everything, we very much appreciated our stay in this fabulous hotel situated right in the heart of a palm palm grove.
... ladies with huge bundles of hay on their backs, small trucks overloaded with hay, one truck with three cows on the uncovered top, people walking in the middle of nowhere, kids showing up from behind a rock selling dates, all very foreign sights to us.
We arrived back at Marrakech and to the Riad, this is in the inner old city, driving up really narrow roads with hundreds of people milling around, looked a little sketchy at first but we were reassured it was a nice ...
... is profound. Lois runs over looking much happier and brighter; she got some sleep and feels revived. We all use a record number of babywipes tonight but still manage to get into the big top in time for mint tea and biscuits - when did something so simple become so important? Everyone looks rather stunned after today's dramas and Christina is nowhere to be seen. Tonight sees the instigation of a 'sick tent' and the Naughty Boys moving into the big top. There's no stopping them ...
After dinner, the guides made a fire and played some drums. We listened for a while then tried to figure out how to take pictures of the stars, then went to bed early. We were very tired from our entire day of sitting in the car.
The next morning, we woke up at sunrise to climb up on a sand dune and take a ton of pictures! Then we had a quick breakfast and got back up on the camels . I think ...
Day 055: 2 hours, 1.1 kms
It looks like it's going to be one town after another for a while. In my next village, a few hundred meters away, I see something strange… a man going from house to house begging. This is quite rare ...