Building A Villa In Morocco
Finally we have all he permissions we need to start building, its taken nearly 4 years of submitting papers, getting stamps, licenses and permits. We have so much paper and permits I have a huge file full of papers, and already the local authorities are asking to see them as we start to lay the foundations for the villa. We have had the plan for nearly three years now, so I know where every brick will go by heart.
So to start we will build a garage, this will be used as a store to keep all the building materials in such as cement, bricks and steel, all the stuff we have to keep on site as its to far away to from the nearest town to buy daily.
So the first photos is of the foundations going down for the garage. Thats my wife giving the builders instructions, in Arabic they have a phrase that is Bash Mohandes it means big engineer. That my wife’s nickname Bash Mohandes because she knows everything about everything, she never built a villa but has been giving out orders like a seasoned building site foreman.
Building A Villa In Morocco -One of the locals turn up to see what’s going on, so my wife leaves her duties as site foreman to see what’s happening and to say hello, In case you didn’t notice my wife is Moroccan, anyway she has a good chat and gets all the local news and gossip. We must be on the local donkey highway as I normally see about 20 or more donkeys and riders passing daily.
Building A Villa In Morocco – Mixing cement for the foundations, I dont think builders using pink buckets will catch on in Europe.
Building A Villa In Morocco -Pouring the cement into the foundations of the garage
So all in all not a bad first day considering it was also the first day of ramadan as well.
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