Riad Hotel L'Arganier D'Or
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May 22, 2014
SIDI IFNI to OUED BEHRIL (alternatively called Ouled Berhil on Google Maps and Oulad Barrehil on booking.com) 311 Km
Motel Cafe-Restaurant Tizint, 200dh, double with breakfast
The last two tics on our to-do list are to drive along the Atlantic coast and cross the 2,092 meter (6,863ft) Tizi-n'Test pass ...
... be taken by petite taxi to the guest house as it had started to rain! He met me back there; showed me the setup of the place and then brought me out to the main square for coffee and got me a little box of morroccan cakes/pastries as a welcome. Very nice!
Some of my observations from my time in this area
The wafting scent of orange blossom trees is indulgent and calming; there was one just beside a terrace we had coffee ...
I've been on my own in Morocco for the past two weeks, as of last week and those from now on I am living with a typical traditional Moroccan family. There is Fatima, the grandma, her spinster daughter, Arkia, her son Ahmed, his wife Fatima and their 7 yr old daughter Radija. I am spending about a month here trying to learn darija, the local Arabic dialect and working on a photo project. Both are moving slowly. I have a ...
... come to the surface once again. There will be violence and bloodshed. Houses will be ransacked and destroyed and the weaker ethnic groups may be driven out entirely, unable to defend themselves. Having a property title will mean nothing when things get ugly in the civilized world.
Assaka, on the other hand is a narrow valley surrounded by mountains. Here, no matter what happens in the rest of the world, life will most likely go ...
... in some way with transistors. They were both very nice and we talked a surprising amount saying that we had no common language. The last lift was a French guy who now swaps between living in Morocco and France. He was great, told us some of the history of the region, was friendly to some local kids selling herbs, and told us why he'd chosen Morocco to live (because everyone acted like a brother with him). Along the coast there were some breathtaking views and some ridiculous ...