Abdullah was v sweet and charming. He was always cheerful and calm, not once did I see him
look irritated or phased. He seemed to have the perfect personality to be a tour leader. I was sick enough to miss two full days of walking and he was very concerned and attentive with me when I wasn't feeling well, which I really appreciated. On the walks he was a little slow but this was much preferable to some leaders I've had before who rush everyone. My only criticisms are:
i) He told us little about the landscape, rocks, flora and fauna and didn't seem very knowledgeable about these things - but of course he is young and can't be expected to know everything.
ii) He took us to a real tourist trap of a restaurant on the last night - a rather disappointing ending to the trip. He seemed to know the owners well so perhaps he was getting commission? The food was extremely average and the set menu was OTT (5 course) and rather expensive (180 dir). I had better food for 30 dirham in a crumby cafe whilst in Morocco (I spent 3 weeks there altogether with this trip in the 2nd week).