Today we had an 8 am start and went 205 km-
A few of the passengers have expressed an interest in learning some French, so lessons started today! For 30 minutes on all travel days, we'll have a class at the back of the truck. I had 6 students this morning: Grant, Brad, Terry, April, Victoria and Shelby. We'll see how long it takes until I bore them to death!
Along the way, wild camels-
Most towns have roundabouts rather than traffic lights and these are often filled with interesting objects. Rose water and rose creams are produced in this town-
We're driving through desert with a threat of rain. I'm glad we're inside because it's also quite windy-
Another interesting roundabout statue-
We stopped in Ouarzazate for lunch. There were many shops near where we parked the truck-
Mint tea is usually served in a silver pot and it is more popular than coffee. Alcoholic drinks are not available in restaurants and many men sit around all day sipping tea-
After lunch, we passed Atlas Studios. Lots of desert films such as Lawrence of Arabia and Game of Thrones have been filmed here-
Some rivers have a bit of water. The rainy season is in August and September-
We got to Aït Ben Haddou and I upgraded again! May as well as time is running out for possibilities. Then, I headed to the Kasbah (castle) on the hill-
I took this picture from the deck on our hotel! What a cool spot where we're staying!
The views from up top are also great-