Auberge Les Roches
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... to travel by myself and am completely comfortable with doing so now. I keep pausing writing this blog to look up, the only reason I am writing it now is to exemplify how magic this place is. I just had a go on the drums with the Berber guys and had a ball. I can't believe how much one learns while travelling alone, I feel like I have become so much more accepting in a multitude of ways. These stars are lighting up the night sky. From the point where the touch the ...
... became dry, flat and dusty and the temperature soared the nearer to the Sahara Desert we drove. In Merzouga we were greeted by the sight of Erg Chebbi, a rose gold, sand dune that shifts over 28km from north to south and reaches heights of 160m, where legend says, God buried a wealthy family under its mounds when they refused to offer hospitality to a poor woman and her son. Auberge Sahara, our next campsite was on the cusp of the scenic dune with ...
... rocks and marbles with vigor. They found ways to pass the day and share with friends. No tv, cellphone, or any other electric device needed. While I did find it challenging not to use them, it could be done. The marbles they play, takes a bit more talent then tossing. They shoot them out with their thumb. I was not good at it or playing hopscotch with the rock. They jump into ...
... very grumpy Jack who couldn't hack the early start. Thankfully the appearance of sand boards cheered him up and we had loads of fun zooming down the dunes. Firstly we went down on our bums like a sledge but soon decided to step it up a gear and stand. To my surprise I manage to make it down the whole way without falling off. On jacks first attempt though he made it 3/4 of the way down before face planting the sand, it was very amusing and a great way to start the day. ...
... decades ago and these tents were only built to service crazy tourists who want to live the "Berber" life. We rode our camels back to our hotel and started a long journey Marrakech. Traveling was complicated by Ramadan. At one point, I was trying to buy a bus ticket, but everyone in the bus station was passed out in their ramadan siesta. The ticket attendant was nowhere to be seen too. Took me about an hour to track him down. At nightfall, we began our 13hr bus ride to ...