Adil is an excellent guide and thanks to him we have been lucky to see the real Morocco. He picked us up at the arranged time, and was very helpful to give us a hand with changing money into small bank notes before heading to the Berber market. This market was something we have never seen before and it was very useful our guide was Morrocan. One thing which stuck on my mind was the 'donkey park' :)
It all makes you realise how hard these people work yet how happy they are with their lives. After the market, we had a 30mins camel ride in the valley which was superb, followed by a visit to the oil cooperative. We then headed up the mountains to see some amazing views which climaxed with our lunch with the Berber family....amazing! On the way we even popped in to a village school to see all the children there.
What comes across most clearly is Adil's boundless enthusiasm for these people, and makes no qualms about the direct impact tourism can have on them. The honesty is refreshing.
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