Les Jardins d'Issil
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... justify;">Marrakech to fes through erg chebbi desert 3 days 2 nights tour
... overloaded drive which had our eyes aching from the exposure to such natural rugged beauty.
Having come down through the mountains we took the opportunity to enjoy the serenity a little longer by stopping for lunch at a lovely cafe by the side of a dry river, with views up to yet another hillside village.
It wasn’t long before we were driving through the walls of the medina and checking into our riad, the delightful La Maison ...
Today was a bit of a wash as it mainly consisted of waiting around for the overnight train to Tangier. Check out at our Riad was 11am so we hung around in the common area for a couple of hours until we got hungry and decided to leave in search of food. As the main square was practically on the way to the train station we decided to strap on our bags and stop there for lunch. It was a cheap meal of chicken shawarma and chips where despite ...
... bummer. We then went to an Internet cafe to pint our boarding pass and then back to the hostel to back and get ready for our 6 am wakeup. While in the hostel I overheard a guy asking the best way to get to the airport for 8am and decided to jump in and join him. His name was Josh (American but living in Birmingham) and he was on the same flight to London with us so I figured we would share a cab. We met in the morning and made our way to the airport and back to ...
Leaving Marrakech we drove west through increasingly dry country until we reached the large town of Imi-n-Tanoute. This is the first major town built in the Berber style that we have seen, and the first hilly place we have encountered. The bus is stopped for a short while, so there is an opportunity to take some photos of the locals doing whatever they do on Saturdays. Arriving at Bou-Laouane, the village looks dry and dusty, with many of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility