What a great medium hike, not too hard but enough uphill walking to make you feel you are in the mountains. Our guide, Nordine, was very knowlegable and spoke very good English, he walked at a good pace for all of us and stopped when we wanted water and photo stops. We had a mid morning snack, well if you could call it a snack, a very large piece of freshly baked bread to dip in warm honey or oil in one of the villagers homes followed by mint tea. Off we trekked to another village further on and had lunch in another villagers home. This consisted of freshly picked almonds followed by a wonderful tagine eaten with more bread, it was simply delicious. Nordine showed us how to make the tea and the ritual behind it which was very interesting. I happened to mention that it was my birthday treat and then we talked about his interest of playing the banjo, it told Nordine I was just taking it up and we talked about Izensarn(Sorry about the spelling) this is a well known band and by the time we had got down to the village he had arranged for someone to bring me a CD, no charge, I thought this was very thoughtful of Nordine, thank you. He then bought us all mint tea and coffee. We had an hours taxi drive either way but he wa on time and very reasonable. What a great day
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