Tigmi el Janoub
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our plan to avoid excessive driving through the desert involved flying out of Ouarzazate to cut the car time in half. We were driven the 1.5 hours back to M'Hamid by one of the Berber employees of the camp, met Esam and Mustafa there, and drove without lunch as quickly as we could. We stopped at a convenience store and all of us were of a mind to have light snacks instead of yet another tajine meal. Perhaps our stomachs were telling us ...
... noticed a man on the desert floor bowing and saying his prayers. I asked Khalid for one more geology lesson to explain why there are so many fossils in Morocco, especially around Erfoud. Uhpmteen million years ago Morocco was under the ocean and when the tectonic plates split apart and separated Africa from South America, the ocean slowly retreated leaving all the fossils to be found by us millions of years later. Of course ...
... 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 ...
... truck crashed into it.
Then it hits me: “I was just there 2 seconds before the crash.”
Sheesh… talk about a “Final Destination” moment… death can’t get much more gory than that.
But I’m not going to ponder on the significance of that too much. Some might interpret this as a “sign” of divine protection… others as a ...
... 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 ...