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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bringing fine particles of sand into the tent despite the door flap being down. Not the best night I have experienced, and we were awoken by the guides to watch the sunrise from the top of the dunes. Unfortunately it was a bit overcast so the full effect was probably lost. It was then time to mount up (not a pleasant thought) and head back to the hotel and a welcome shower. The rising sun cast fantastic shadows of our camel train on the dunes but no one had any ...
No need for Desert Rescue! The first 100km north of Foum Zguid was on a good yellow road and we made great progress up to the junction where we turned due east on the white road. The first 25km of that road was not bad either, mainly because there were trucks travelling to and fro from a nickel mine - we did have to field a lot of trucks though! After the nickel mine, which was a big ugly affair, ...
... view: two earthen villages, nicely cut hills with three layers of cliffs, and a vast sea of palm trees where, if you just block out the surrounding hills you feel like you’re in the jungle tropics! The castle itself is pretty cool too, with tall towers, decorated gateways and round pillars inside made of earth bricks—the first I’ve seen like that I think.
Yep, this is a region that never ceases to ...
Day 053 : 2 hours, 4.4 kms
This is definitely the "quiet" side of the river. On the other side is the Ourzazate-Zagora highway with a lot more traffic—but also shops and maybe even hotels. But I'm enjoying the tranquillity of this side, imagining how different life is here than it is on the other side of an impassable river, just a few ...
... a valley a mile wide and saturated with date palms and seasonal crops growing in their shade. The valley is a remarkably beautiful valley, rich with the green of the palms and the rich red of the mud brick buildings and walls throughout the valley. We pulled into a newer Kasbah to spend the night.
The place they chose for us was a great selection. It was called Chez Jacob and was a recently built mud brick building among a city of cracked and crumbling walls that ...