Ryad Dar Ganou
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the mountains beside us. We pass Kabah Tadlah - a 17th Century military town We have been in or following the Atlas mountains since Fez, it is very beautiful country but spoiled by the garbage dumped all along the road.
Finally at 2:45 we reach Benni-Mellal, where a smorgasboard awaits us. A bit of a revolution has developed as we do not want to eat large meal at 3pm+ and then front up for dinner at 8:00. This is the third day in a row of late large lunch and we have ...
... called Palais Sulemain. We are greeted by two guards on horseback (who we must have photos with) and ceremonial music, including a 12 foot long trumpet that produces very interesting tones. As with the other palaces we have dined at, the interior here is exceptionally beautiful. Apparently, the room we are dining in was used as the royal bedroom in the TV show on FX network called “The ...
... 2 hours).
We arrived at the Berber Cultural Centre in a very small village outside the main town of Imintanoute and were met by Kalid (one of the workers here) and also Mohamed (the owner of the guest house), and his wife, and their two children. A group of English tourists were already there learning how to make Moroccan tea, make the local bread and cooking tagines. We joined in and also got to know the other ...
... given the option to either go back down the way we came or continue along the track for another 4km. Since it was already 1.15pm we decided that we should head back down the short way and eat lunch. But before we ate lunch we planted some trees. I think about 12 were planted in total. It was then time for lunch and we had another traditional Moroccan meal from the tajine and All of a sudden it was 4.00pm and we had to head back to school.
... lives crossing another road. Back in the city walls, 10 protesters by a parliament building caused the whole of Marrakech to come to a standstill and beep their horns. Clearly, they still don't realise that it fails to clear the congestion. We went again to see our Minaret and whilst heading back we got accosted and before we knew it we both had snakes round our necks, a random person had our camera and we were being asked to pay £17 each for the privilege. I absolutely refused ...