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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... flower garland - last thing I need at this particular time. No, no, he tells me, Supratours bus no stop here, you must go there...pointing back to the office from whence we came! OK, no-one ever promised this was going to be easy.
Back to the coach office then. At the office we are told to go back again and we are both starting to get twitchy. We can't find the place we try to explain, can he give us some better directions? Fortunately there is another Moroccan ...
From Telouet towards Ait Ben Haddou, the road deteriorated somewhat. It wasn't particularly bad, but there were numerous potholes and the edges were frequently broken. Added to that, loose sand and gravel over the very windy road with a substantial drop on one side or the other meant that a lapse of concentration could well end in disaster.
There were virtually no other vehicles to be seen, just an occasional donkey and a very ...
... groups: first are the Rifan, who are of European roots (light skin, blue eyes) and live in the Atlas Mountains. They fled from Spain early in the 15th century, and many of them still keep their customs and family names; second are the Amazhir, which is a term for general Berbers who do not identify with other groups, it means "free people". They are more nomadic than the other groups, and pinpoint their roots back to when they won their freedom from ...
... and buildings built with mud and straw with bamboo used to support the floor which feels very shaky and ready to cave in, but the temperature inside is cool and welcoming from the hot temperature.
A combination of an early start, very hot weather, walking and long distances in the mini bus made most people fall asleep. Towards the end of the day we reached the Dades valley which has some odd rock formations called the monkeys fingers ...
... to water the crops. All harvesting and “soil Improvements” are done by hand – with the help of a donkey at best. When we stopped for the night Issam showed how the water is channeled to the small plots. He told how each family has a designated period each week to use the water and how each family must be a part of the cooperative to keep the cannals and river flowing correctly. It was amazing to see the amount of ...