We’ve walked through many villages on our trip. This picture was taken from the roof top of a vote where we stopped for tea. What has struck me about the houses is that they seem to be part of the landscape. They are often built from local stone and mud brick. Each village has a signature colour that ranges from ochre red to copper patina green. They are often built around a central courtyard. The courtyard, in some cases is home to a cow, chickens, or sheep. This village had recently been recently been reached by a new road. As a result, I got to see a chicken cross the road
Off to Toubkal this morning. Excited!