Authentik Skoura - Les Bassatines
Travel Blogs from Skoura
... of the gorge. It was incredible. And because it was around 4:30 in the afternoon, I was there long after the tourists had left the area so I had the gorge virtually to myself. Uh make that me and a couple tourists … who were half way up the rock face. I watched as these obvious professionals used a series of ropes and the deep crevices of the stone to slowly, slowly move up the side of the gorge. Yikes! Not for me.\
I hung around for about a half ...
... of what it would be like to be an endless wanderer, walking this earth, seeing, experiencing—but never really finding a sense of belonging anywhere… Here are the lyrics:
Ten Thousands Towns
Walking through a desert rugged mountain on the peaks there are patches of snow
The valley white with almond blossoms, simple houses of rock and stone eeeeeieeeeeee oooouooo
... their free time, so husbands and wives were always fighting and nagging. Now they’ve got TV to keep them busy and they get along better.” Well that’s a first… watching TV can improve your marriage relationship?
It’s an interesting conversation, giving some new insights into this region. Finally, as we approach Imin Oulouan, the fellow calls up a friend on his cell phone who comes to pick us up and take us the rest of the ...
... Gladiator, Passion of The Christ... etc. It wasn't anything too exciting but oh well. We arrived in Skoura a bit later than we would have liked. We met the owner of the riad we were staying in, Le Jardin de Skoura (The garden of Skoura) in a parking lot - she had to take us across the river into the oasis and it was a bit too high for our van. Yes, we are sleeping in an oasis. We got there and discovered we were in Shangri-La. It ...
... really appreciate this bird until we got much better views later in the day. Two Alpine Choughs flew over and we saw a flock of 10 more of these a short distance down the road near the boundary sign for Ouazarzate.
As we descended towards Ouazarzate the land was noticeably drier and settlements started to look more like the desert villages that we ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool