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After letting our lunch go down ever so slightly, we set off on a hike up to the waterfall. I say hike but for the majority of the way up it was more of an extended rock climbing session. Luckily I hadn’t chosen to wear my flip-flops that day and felt fairly sensible clambering over rocks in my cheap flat espadrilles. After about an hour of hiking/climbing we made it to the bottom of the waterfall. It was very busy. I’m not sure if because we went on a Friday (which is their weekend), or if the waterfall is always busy, but either way it was pretty manic, and near impossible to get your photo taken without someone else in it (we have a lovely one of the pair of us and a man in the background breaking out into the Night Fever dance routine). But after the climb up it was well worth it, rolling up our trousers we waded into the pool to cool down. We didn’t hang around for long though, soon our guide was ushering us along to go further up the mountain, climbing up even steeper paths than before. This lead us to a little cafe which had further views of the waterfall and the mountains. Tired and worn out from our climb up the group took a breather, to take in the view and cold drinks, before we inevitably had to make our way back down the mountain. The waterfall was the last stop on our excursion and once we had made our way back to the bottom of the mountain it was time for us all to climb into the mini bus and head back to Marrakech.

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