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What is Argan Oil?
Argan is a rare oil produced from kernels of the Argan tree which is endemic to Morocco. It is used in cooking and cosmetic products. Argan off the tree is the size of a peach pit. A hard shell is removed to get to a thick peel. That peal is removed to get at the pit. The pits are ground to extract the oil. The women at the co-op gave a demonstration of the extraction ...
... outcroppings 50-75 metres above the ocean, their remarkably elongated fishing poles reaching far out over the abyss, patiently biding their time in anticipation of luring an unsuspecting fish into sudden bafflement and certain doom. Although deep down he hopes nothing hits until you are gone because there is simply no way to look cool, or even competent, dragging 75 metres of line up the side of a cliff with an outraged fish flopping and bouncing off the rocks in ...
... air and a spot of chatter.
Not so much time passed before we were out again, for a jolly good evening at Dino's Italian restaurant, me, my children, Anna, and Ian, all splashing out on pizzas and under the table wine which we had to be discreet about, a rather good Cabernet Sauvignon Moroccan red wine which soon got us laughing and joking about. Really we had quite some hilarities.
This was overall a great day in a great location. ...
... with Hassan and his friend to see what else as on offer, Hassan carrying George for me which I much appreciated., On route I spotted up ahead the outline of Anna who was with another of Hassans friends, Karim, heading to exactly the same place as me.
Now we'd found one another naturally we wanted to share somewhere together, and as these apartments turned out to be peaceful, we settled with one of them. Having spotted another apartment Ian could potentially take on, ...
... when getting gas, a lovely man on a scooter told us we were on the road to the Sahara and waited doing circles in the traffic circle to point us in the right direction - way to go!) Mirleft and eventually Sidi Ifni. The travelling bible, Lonely Planet (affectionately called "the LP") described Sidi Ifni as very Spanish as it was a colony of Spain in the late 60's where "people will be more likely ...