Dar El Khamlia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and had just worked with the animals and on the house, which was made from dirt and sand. They gave us the choice of sleeping in a room in the house or to sleep in the tent. We bravely chose to sleep in the tent and embrace the cold for the experience! They kindly supplied us with lots of blankets and pillows and we made a cosy bed on the floor. That night we slept with two pairs of socks, thermals, two fleeces a turban, a sleeping bag and five blankets and we still ...
... weapons carried across their waists. We saw women in the full hijab, with henna'd patterns on their hands, and others in western leather and jeans. Time passed. Our ticket to Fes was First Class, which meant you sat in a carriage section of six seats, very comfortable. A young man joined us in our section, and we got talking as the train rolled through the darkness. He was a horse soldier, lovely guy, who showed us pictures of his horse and his uniform. He was heading back ...
... t speak English so we communicated using a mixture of French, sign language and a lot of interpretation. Also similar to most Moroccans, Mohammad cheered up a lot after he broke fast. He promptly assigned Dorothy the affectionate name of "fatima" and started referring to her as such. Later Dorothy asked him to give me a Moroccan name too. I suggested Mohammad, which was flatly refused with a "you, , no Mohammad" (womp womp). After some thought, I was christened Ibrahim. ...
... nice though they all were!
Mark was leading us and my dromo with his cute little white ears was following in second place. Meandering along, it suddenly struck me how suited these beasts are to their environment and what a strange shape they are. I was intently watching Mark's dromo - its front feet were large, round and flat underneath, but soft and flexible as if made of plasticine. As its foot touched the soft sand, its ...
... so I guess there is an aspect of of men having a crack!
So anyway back to my travels...
I landed in Rabat right on sunset after being a little delayed in Madrid. This made me a little bit nervous as I had heard that walking through Medinas at night by your self is not a good idea, and i was staying in the middle of the Rabat Medina. And I of course had all my luggage, looking very much the tourist, and my passport and **** loads of cash. After a ...