El-Jadida is an old Portuguese fort, with canons, underground water reservoirs and tourist bling-bling.
The town of
We crossed the
As we continued south, the road disappeared under the
At dusk, a sandstorm hit us. Our guide Omar helped us to find shelter in a bedouin camp. Lucky us! After a few hours, the storm abated and we could sleep in our tent. The temperature was 2 degrees cooler in the tent than outside thanks to the fact that our bodies cooled the air inside the tent, Bizarre!
In the morning it was only 37 degrees. We took the opportunity to explore the sand dunes and play in the sand.
Omar knew some bedouins who had camels which we could ride on.
We escaped the heat, crossed the Atlas mountains at an altitude of 3000 metres, and came via Azrou to the city of
In the city of
Volubilis was a Roman outpost 2000 years ago.
We visited the blue city of
The kids loved