Yasmina Hotel Merzouga
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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With our sights set on reaching the extreme northwest of the Sahara we bundled off towards the High Atlas. A rapid ascent gave us amazing views of the Middle Atlas plains and the limestone mountains carved by the flowing water. Again existed the stark contrast between the mountainsides sparsely covered in pines and juniper and the rich walnut orchards being run by Berber families near the season riverbed. The undulating limestone bluffs rippled on both sides of the mountain path we ...
Twenty-seven miles from the Algerian border in southeastern Morocco, set among the orange-red dunes of the Sahara, was the setting for our second glamping adventure. If you recall our glamping adventure in Zimbabwe, we had the unforgettable experience of walking through the African bush with Sylvester the cheetah. While there was no cheetah here to accompany us, we were treated to an amazingly dark sky full of the most stars that either of us have ever had ...
Well instead of the dunes we woke up to a snowed in pass over the mountain and stuck at the freezing hotel. It was awful. We had food and some heat, however, we had nowhere to walk to nor amuse ourselves. It's was hell. Todd and I were both Ansy and there was nowhere to go. We made due but we're anxious to get ...
... why Christine was still standing on the other side of the car until I realized all of de bathers were men. There were groups of ladies under trees a few hundred meters away - apparently it was the men's time now with women's time later. We eventually hit the desert and the winds picked up in late afternoon. At a few points the highway wash blurred out by the sand being blown across it - we made it clear to our guys to pull over if it ever got ...
... as the desert tour group were expecting 2 people, one going by the name of Jessica...not one tired looking guy! But I was only a few minutes behind! And once I arrived a guy called Ali approached us asking if I was Jessica! Phew, we were ok! So we actually got a whole extra 40 mins sleep! ;) We jumped in the back of the Toyota Prado, along with another woman and her mother, they're from Ukraine but live in Germany. Quote: "my mother doesn't talk English so don't bother with ...