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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... a while and drank mint tea, but ate in the dining tent because the wind was gusting on and off making it uncomfortable to eat outside. We eventually had dinner around 10pm and the men were beginning to get restless by then! However, it was a great traditional meal and amazing that they could produce it under the basic conditions - large targines piled with baked vegetables, couscous and chicken, with fruit for desert, and then bed. The wind whipped around the tent most of ...
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, ...
Day 054 : 1 hour, 1.6 kms
With these towns being so close together—and of course I have to stop and play a five song "concert" in each one--I don't think I’m going to get a very high kilometre count per day on this trip, which is quite all right. I’m getting over a bad cold and am in no mood to try to break any distance records. My next town is another gem: a castle perched on a hill with a stunning ...
... and other amenities… But I’m really enjoying this peaceful hike through idyllic villages with no vehicles, so I keep going.
Almost immediately I find myself walking down the long, narrow alleys of yet another village.
... and jumped around a lot. The Berber music was a mixture of a howling man, then a howling woman mixed in with a heavy beat from bongo drums. To call this singing would have been very generous, and each song went on and on with the same chant in a hypnotic beat that seemed to shout ‘Arabian Nights’. Perhaps if I had a smattering of the Berber language at my disposal I might have appreciated it more. I guess Aziz grew up with it, and it sort of runs in his blood, but ...