Riad Villa Midelt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... accurately. Sandi would come to intensely dislike Grant over the next few weeks.
Our picnic spot was set against a small mountain stream adjacent to fields of flowers. We ate our roast chicken and rolls with something quite close to bliss. The feral dogs that hung about ensured the experience was not quite idyllic. I went and picked Lauren a bouquet of the wild flowers and she politely tossed them away the first chance she got.
Soon enough ...
... aren't very good jokers so you never know when they are joking or not. Obviously this time was a joke but I'm pretty sure we all freaked for a moment haha. We actually were just getting out to look at the stars in complete darkness. It was very cool! We saw the pot and it was upside down. By now it was about 10pm and we still hadn't had dinner so we stopped in for another traditional meal before heading back to the hotel to clean camel ...
... headed into the heart of Fez. We walked down into the narrow alley ways and just followed our guide through the crowded alleys. There were busy markets on both sides and very noisy. It was also quite smelly in parts because of the meat and other foods and there were flies everywhere!! It was pretty overwhelming! We walked through the Medina for about 4 hours, along the way stopping at a few traditional places. We saw turbans being made, leather being dyed ...
We drove through the Atlas Mountains and stayed the night in Midlet. As we drove through the mountains, we stopped in a wooded area with monkeys running around outside so we stopped and took pictures with the monkeys. By time we got to the hotel for the night though I wasn't feeling all that well. It looks like my motion sickness is acting up again so I skipped the walk through the local village and rested ...
... the lowers Atlas Mountains. We finally arrived at our hotel. This area grows apricots, apples and also walnuts. We walked along the gorge down to the local Berber village. Berber people are the traditional tribal people of morocco. While there has been many levels of occupation of morocco by the French, Spanish and Arab countries, te Berber people would retreat to the mountains and have managed to survive. The flag is light blue (sky), light green ( land) and light ...