Le Petit Prince Bivouac
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... The small cafes and stalls were packed with local people. In Morocco, it seemed any time was a good time for eating.
Mohammed pulled his car over to the side of the high road to view Sidi Enchahed, a magnificent lake nestled in rolling hills and flanked by arid mountains. The scenery around Sidi Enchahed was fantastic, the mountains glowing almost gold in the late hot afternoon sun. Nomads had set up make shift roadside stalls selling basket ware, ...
... alleyways to our accommodation. With a cigarette firmly clenched between her lips, she shouts back to us through her thick dry vocal chords, "Rester à droite!" We cling to the wall as motorbikes, donkey carts, bicycles and crowds jostle for space. The next day begins with a visit to the furan at the end of the street. The enticing smell of freshly baked bread leads us on a short walk to the wood burning communal oven, just two steps down from the street ...
... to Fez, Morocco. Our crew was dressed in festive Arabian garb, and they once again did a great job, pampering to our every desire, as we flew on to Fez, the last stop in our journey. Theresa had us laughing as you will see in the photos how she positioned her dessert plate for easy consumption. UVA Professor Fred Diehl and Dartmouth's Ron Green gave us great lectures on "Life in the Desert" and " The Islamic ...
... two, was great. The colour of the town is blue and white with some terracotta tiled roofs or the normal flat roofs the colour comes from the Moors who came from Cordoba in the 14th century and used to identify the houses. It is various shades of blue, very like the Provincal blue in France, and Spanish is the second language rather than French. There are certainly more ...
... Strawberries, wheat, corn, potatoes, broad beans, corn, sugar cane, sugar beets, sunflowers, grapes, olive trees ( nowhere the number in Spain) miles and miles and miles of them. It was a day of driving, driving and driving. We have a national guide who will stay with us the whole time here, as well we will use local guides in all the cities. We picked up snacks for lunch before we left ...