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... three smirking teenage girls in the doorway with their long colorful robes and their shiny Samsung phones, into the choking haze of smoke from a wood-burning water heater and (cough) we are here - the village hammam.
The tired, mild-mannered ancient in the corner of the entranceway smiles sweetly, listens as our local guide explains our needs, and dispatches a nearby street urchin to fetch a woman. Avril shall go first. I wait outside - ...
... for some delicious mint tea in a traditional Berber house, although the house now has modern plumbing. We were also served with local bread to dip in olive oil and it was delicious.The Berbers are farmers by trade and have their own language, traditional customs, culture and music. They are the original ancient inhabitants of Morocco and much of their ancestral lifestyle still remains. In the village there was a ...
... up the hills. There was apparently a flooding here in 1995 which to the day still impacts, over 150 people died, along with huge stock and crop loss. The walnut trees have taken the longest to recover! Our accommodation is literally perched on the slopes of Jbel Toubkai we are surrounded by running water, plantations, cliffs, mountains, plateaus and waterfalls - incredible. The original building was the summer home to a local ...
... to the highest point and the road levels out for maybe 30-45 minutes before you finally are presented with a view of Setti Fatima in the Valley below and the decent which takes maybe another 30 minutes or so.
It feels a bit weird to be back in civilisation but have to say really like the look of Setti Fatima and can see why many people, locals and tourists, would do a day trip here from Marrakech. It is very green but a feels a little touristy.
I've done something extraordinary and developed a sixth sense and it isn't that I can see dead people. Marrakech is sensory overload and if you wanted a relaxing holiday - this probably isn't recommended. It is exhausting and makes you quickly develop a wicked sixth sense of who to trust and avoid. On arrival for our easy jet plane full of corn rolled homies having a plane party we were met by a too-die-for Moroccan gent ...