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... in Midelt, a tiny village set on the wet side of the Atlas mountains. It's only the “wet side” compared to the desert on the other side and the only uncultivated plants were small patches of weed that dotted the dusty plain and mountain slopes. After the obligatory mint tea welcome at the guest-house we pre-ordered our food for dinner. These things take time.
Most of the group went for a walk, to take in the mountains and some village life. ...
After a bright and early start and a long stop over in Lisbon we arrived in Casablanca! We were picked up from the airport and dropped to our hotel to meet out travel talk group. After a quick group meeting we headed out for a traditional dinner with the group and got to know everyone. We have a group of 4 other kiwis, 4 Aussies, 5 Americans and a Hungarian and our tour guide Ahmed. Everyone is nice n pretty chilled! After an amazing sleep in our super ...
Leave fez heading for midelt ( staying at auberge jafar). Midelt is between the lower atlas and the higher atlas. In many places along the way it is dry and mountainous, then you come across lush oasis with palm trees. Looking at these you can just think of all the stories about people imagining the oasis or walking for miles without water and then coming across these lush green areas. We stopped along the way at a women's cooperative. This was established by the ...
Today is a late start after the fast pace of Fez. we leave at 9.30 and head for the delightful little town or Ifrane which was established in 1929 by the protectorate and has a distinct european feel about it, almost feel like I am in a little swiss village. We have great coffee and pastries here overlooking the boulevard We continue the drive into the Mid Atlas, passing through the towns of Azrou, Timahdite, Kia-Ait Oufella, Imilchil and onto Midelt. Lots of ...
When I started planning this trip, I was disappointed that Dragoman had cancelled some of the countries that I hoped to visit in Africa, and I was forced to put together several trips instead of travelling with one group for the entire 6 months. In retrospect, I think it worked out for the best in the end. I've met some great people, and this trip is no exception. The composition of each group has been quite different, but not a sourpuss among one of ...