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... group having broken her sandal, whilst we sipped on tea, Yousef; one of the men from our Gite who was doing the walk with us, set about repairing it, such a generous thing to do and ever so indicative of the Berber people. Whilst the family were a little shy they came in and joined us for a while before we headed outside to see their sheep and goats. This was yet again another amazing experience.
Back along the village road looking down into the valley we ...
... is commonly known as a whirling dervish).
Anyway, the courtyard of the zouia was filled with trees and flowers while the walls surrounding the courtyard were covered in gorgeous mosaic tiles. Unfortunately, like the other Muslim buildings in Morocco, I was not permitted into the mausoleum or into the mosque, but I was able to peer into the mosque through an open door and it was filled with light and soft white colours and dark wood.
After the visit to ...
... if perhaps we had made a mistake. A detour around a couple of unmade roads left us no wiser.
Having learned a little(!) from our last night's experience, we headed back to the centre of Skoura, found a landmark (the gendarmerie), and telephoned Chez Talout.
By some miracle, they quickly located someone who could speak reasonably good English, instead of the French with a Moroccan ...
... br> Well, it’s only a semi-oasis, with scattered palm trees and dry farm plots that haven’t been used for a while. I the follow a dusty road to the wide riverbed, where dusk starts to set in, so I head down to the highway which I follow back into town.
I notice the kilometer marker: 42 kilometers to Ouarzazate That means that technically in one day I could walk walk to Ouarzazate and merge the ...
... switchbacks of Tichka, with a sheer drop on one side, he makes a mad dash for the front. He’s taken back to his seat. A helpful fellow passenger sits next to him trying to calm him down. A few minute later he rushes to the front again. He’s accompanied back to his seat. And then again—getting within inches of the driver.
I can’t believe what I’m seeing. There are some very clear and simple solutions to this: ...