There are no fat people in Morocco by Lawrence Bransby
Stuck in deep sand, stuck in snow, bogged down in glutinous mud, crossing boulder-strewn dry riverbeds. A motorcycle trip that started with a vague intention of crossing the High Atlas Mountains and setting off into the desert beyond, turned into an epic journey with five unexpected highlights – venturing three times into the western Sahara, each a little deeper, a little more remote, learning to cope with riding through deep sand on heavily-laden bikes; then joining six mad Frenchmen and their guide riding sidecar cross outfits high up into the mountains and, later, getting bogged down in snow when traversing a narrow mountain pass, Lawrence Bransby and his son, Gareth, had a Boy’s Own adventure of a lifetime. “There are no Fat People in Morocco” is the account of their trip, richly illustrated with photographs.
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