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Morocco: Sightseeing En Route to Erfoud, part 3

The trip was so long that my camera had a great work out. I think everyone was taking pictures as much as they could given that we were in motion the entire time. The landscape was so beautiful and as I mentioned earlier parts of the trip the landscape was reminiscent of Northern California. However, soon the landscape changed into a more reddish hue.

There are still Berbers who follow the nomadic way of life. They leave this lush grazing area before the winter begins and it would be too cold.

We passed by a small community along the road.

We continued through a town called Azrou which was supposed to be the ancient Berber capital. Today it hosts the country's apple festival; hence apple as the town's symbol.

Pizza Hut is available in this far-away market place.

As we were in transit, the tour manager asked us for our lunch order. Lunch would be at a restaurant inside a hotel on the way and it would facilitate if we could get our orders in before we arrive so that once w…

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