|Spot the Campervan|
We knew from the meandering road on our Michelin map of Morocco that the drive toward Tafraoute from the coast was going to be a good one, this was our best so far. The route was lined with tiny Moroccan villages and mountain passes taking us up to 1900m above sea level. The scenery was just stunning and it was difficult to capture with a camera just how breathtaking and detailed the scenery is. More people use the road on foot or horseback then they do cars, with the women doing most of the heavy lifting while the men ride on donkeys.
Left: A donkey with its legs tethered to stop it straying to far.
Right: Women seemed to be doing all of the heavy lifting, but could only be photographed from a distance.
|A Moroccan boy chances his luck|
|Free Camping at Tafraoute|
Left: An Argon Nut growing in the wild Centre: A fortified settlement
Right: A village built both sides of in face of a deep gorge
Another day, another 200km drive to our next destination, Taliouine, with the views just as breathtaking and spectacular as the day before. We're more than ready for a rest when we arrive at Camping Toubkal.
|The view from our most recent campsite, best enjoyed with a cold beer!|
Left: Fruit and veg, one price for all. Right: Shoes for sale, if you can find a pair that is!
Left: We bought fish, 20p each gutted and de-scaled. Right: A typical butchers, get there early for the best cuts!