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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... weather events that were bringing rain and floods down to the Western Sahara desert. Trust us to be here for that! We had been told by a local that Mirleft was a very pretty place, a small town further south also on the coast but rather than a long straight beach there were coves and so we had booked and paid for four nights there in a B&B through Air B&B - highly recommended by Lonely Planet. We had also paid a driver a deposit to take us there. We were so looking forward to it ...
... It was a beautiful sight in the moonlight! We climbed aboard, lurched upright and swayed off into the sands. Silence (apart from my camel, Jimmy, who munched on something all the way out) constellations, and the peaks and valleys of the dunes passing beneath us like a sea-swell. When we started seeing shooting stars, things were getting ridiculous! At the foot of a high dune, we de-camelled and climbed by foot. In the distance we heard the squawks and giggling of a Japanese ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... gorge and arriving in Ourzazate.
- Dades gorge is biggest valley in morocco.
- Saw plenty of great landscapes, desert, rocky mountains and really unique rock formations – French called them the ape feet. Photo
- Drove through the Palmeries in Skoura which looked a bit like ancient Egypt. It was an oasis in the middle of the desert – with the mountains in the background. No bitumen ...
So after a fairly quiet few weeks I was invited by Mr Firdaous to attend the first Ecologie Club trip to celebrate the international day of forests. So the 3 students from the Ecologie club and I, along with Mr Firdaous and one of the school drivers got in the car and started the long drive to the mountains. We stopped along the way for a traditional Moroccan breakfast, which was not all bad. It consisted of bread and crepe type things ...