Ryad Dar El Hana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After final goodbyes and apologies for leaving early to Lhoussaien (who seemed to understand completely), we headed out toward Taroudant. The beginning of the drive the most scenic part, with more changes in elevation than anticipated and great slabs of volcanic rock jutting out of scrubby terrain. Stopped in Taliouine for lunch and ordered "pate with kefta", not realizing that it was essentially spaghetti with meatballs (no, I did not eat kefta with every meal, but I did rather like ...
... millennia ago, leaving a wide stretch of dry ground that could have accommodated a landing plane. Huge circles were dotted around, where previous drivers had formed doughnuts on the parched surface. We rested here for a while, before tackling the last hour of the journey - more rugged that ever before. Our bones well and truly rattled, we saw the village rising before us, like a mirage through the dust. Each time we dipped below ground level and rose back up again, we ...
... the restaurant and a, bigger than Olympic size, swimming pool was behind the restaurant. What more could we want? Actually, just a top sheet and extra pillows. Pronto, a brand new set was brought up. I don't know why sometimes even mid range hotels don't have a top sheet
Our room looked out over an orange orchard. We had nice tomato salad and soup for ...
... 8217;t seen since Tamaloukt. This is sort of the “hub” of the mini-region. Here there’s also a medrasa, or religious boarding school, and Elhousein tells me that sometimes travellers are allowed to stay the night there.
As the clouds start to clear, we can see snow high up on the slopes… and this is April! I’m told that there are villages and hamlets on up the road, high up ...
... 8217;m suggesting it shouldn’t be built, of course…
Up past the dam, the valley gets very quiet—no sign of civilization for several kilometres. Then suddenly, up around a bend and there before my is a wide, lush valley bursting with life… trees… tiny little hamlet dotting its perimeters.
I never get tired of the feeling that I’ve discovered a new ...