Tigmi el Janoub
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... kill. Finally we boarded the 7 hour flight from Istanbul to Kathmandu at 11:00 pm, and the plan was to immediately go to sleep and hope that this would be the remedy that would make them feel half-human by morning. About an hour into the flight, everyone but me was asleep. Then it hit me. I was up every 30 minutes or so for about 5 hours of the flight, suffering the same experience my family had gotten in the previous 24 hours. The ...
... use as family dwellings into the early 1970s, but was only identified as useful for the tourist trade in 1996 - rather surprising given the 13th century texts and engravings on the walls. A pleasant place, its small rooms are cool, especially with the rising (but still red-hot) breeze. Back into the sun, we head to a restaurant for an early meal, anything to avoid the room. Even at 7pm the heat is still unbearable. Tonight it's my turn for the shower ...
... the emergency brake… gone horribly wrong.
Finally the bashful driver appears, gets in and drives forward. I quickly try to brace myself for what I’m about to see…
Yes, there are people back there. No, they haven’t been impaled by the re-bar. They all managed to escape by jumping over crates of fruit to the interior of the shop. Just the edge of the entrance was smashed ...
... early for 1 1/2 camel ride back to Merzouga, breakfast at the check in point. Drive from Merzouga back to Marrakech. Arrive back 8:30pm
I got up super early at the hotel. About 630, it was only me and another couple up that early to get to our respective tours. Had some breakfast and made my way to the Cafe du France which was my meeting place. They put me in a van with some other people, I soon found out all the people in ...
... to get some water and ask the fellow if he knows of any cheap hotels around.
"Oh, there’s a gite right around the corner."
Sure enough, 30 meters ahead, down a little alley is a house with "gite" painted on the wall. Looks like this is my lucky day. I quickly negotiate a very reasonable price, which includes supper, and I’m lead to a traditional carpeted room, where I’m served tea. In another room are a couple of middle age ...