Just to give you a short explanation: bedouins are an entirely different culture from the moroccan one: they speak a different language, wear different clothes, and descends from nomads who have historically inhabited the Arabian and Syrian deserts. They are traditionally divided into tribes, or clans and share a common culture of herding camels and goats. Today there is around 21million bedouin spread cross North Africa & Middle East.
Diogo and I decided to go and explore the temples and houses, before to climb to the top and watch the sunset from there. A bedouin man from a small shop before the entrance to the fortified city, approached me and convinced me to put a Bedouin headscarf around my head like the traditional bedouins wear, it’s called a Imamah, told me the old man.
Ok let’s play Bedouin style then!