In the Atlas between Ait Bougmez Valley and Zawiya Ahansal, note the two cars in the left.
Stone corral used by nomads for summer pastures.
Felicia of Bella Treks Travel and Cloe Medina Erickson, Igherm restoration project leader, and our wonderful guides. In the background is the Zawiya Ahansal village with the Igherm (fortified granary) being the tallest building.
The Igherm at Zawiya Ahansal that Cloe Erickson is restoring and converting into a library/computer center.
Restoring the outer protective layer
Inside the Igherm
One of the storage rooms
View from the roof of the Igherm, looking towards Taglia and the limestone cliffs.
Cloe, Kris and Nour with the guardian of the Igherm and his wife.
Slaughtering a sheep for us...
Mustapha, Evie and Nora, watching.....
Cloe makes a presentation to the owners of the Igherm, in Arabic, Mustapha translates into Berber, regarding the formation of a group to manage the library and computer center.
A weaving collective in the valley
On a walk to nearby village of Amzrai
Igherm of Amzrai
Chloe and Felicia
Chloe's Igherm from across the river
On the hike towards Taglia, we pass the souk.
Yousef, our giude.