Le Village du Toubkal & Spa
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... beds and tables inside, it was also about 100 degrees. Outside was pretty good as a strong breeze was cooling things down. After another Tagine for dinner we tried our best to sleep but due to the heat we didn't get a lot. Watching the sunrise from the desert was amazing and we followed up with some frisbee which started a wonderful day. We hopped on camels and trekked for about two hours out of the desert to a small town and a big oasis of palm ...
The last day in Marrakech and we had an interesting & memorable time here.
Definitely no place for Noddy & Big Ears, I think they would be locked up. Speaking of that, a young man from our Riad was walking us to the Souks (flea markets) & he was stopped by the plain clothes police. We asked why & told them he wasn't our guide but a friend from the Riad but they handcuffed him to their motorbike & took him away. Amazing & disturbing but he was ...
... a few things...I a managed to ask her for an early breakfast and another nights stay. Go me! However when she replied in French I just looked very clueless. To say Thank-you in Arabic is, 'Shukran' but you sort of roll the r and some how add a 'h' in there.....Jed tried to teach me. It went something like this. Jed: Shaukran Me: Shot-gun Jed: Shaukran Me: Shake-run Jed: Shaukran Me: Shalke ren Jed: Merci, just stick with ...
Abdul drove us to the atlas mountains on our 2nd day in Marrakech. Born in the mountains and he spent 19 years working at Ric************'s Kasbah in the Atlas Mountains, he recently bought part of a car and is a full time private driver. According to Abdul tourism is a game changer for the once poor mountain people and many locals are employed as guides and tour organisers for people like us who want to explore the mountains.
Once you leave the flat dusty expanse ...
... were quartz in every hue from terracotta through apricot and peach to purple and I had fun gathering a few as souvenirs. We continued on our way to the Oukaimeden ski resort car park and were immediately besieged by the usual pedlars pushing their wares on us. We climbed up the mountain track a little way but there were no birds in sight, so Tony and I went back down the track, leaving the others to look for a Scarlet-winged Finch, and headed to where we'd seen a large ...