Hotel Temple des Arts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dry and tiny: they used mirrors to make it appear full size in the film. The guide jokes that Cleopatra is only clay and plaster. In the distance we can see the set of a middle-eastern town from the time of the crusades, the facade being constructed for a Ridley Scott epic, Kingdom of Heaven. From here it is back to the hotel, the room is too warm for comfort, so after a quick break we head out into the afternoon sun for the local Kasbah. This was ...
... avoid the super-wide dry riverbed. It looks like I could shave off a couple kilometres if I just walk straight across the rocky terrain… but is it worth it. Finally I spot a dirt path to the side and I decide to follow it… but the path veers off and I find myself picking my way through ankle killing rocks. But on the bright side, it's a completely different feel to walk through a desolate, un-trailed wasteland ...
... in the Atlas Mountains. They were beautiful. Although I was not happy to be woken up, I have discovered that living in Saskatchewan all my life, has not prepared me for driving in the mountains. I don't like it. It makes me a little queezy, and I hate watching the vehicle come close to the edge. The road we were on was not a wide one, so there were a few close calls with the oncoming traffic. I decided it would be best if I could ...
... many of the prominent kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known. The Ouarzazate area is also known as the Hollywood of Morocco, this is where numerous blockbuster movies have been shot including; The Jewel of the Nile; Cleopatra; Lawrence of Arabia and The Sheltering Sky; as well as some scenes for Star Wars and Gladiator.
After lunch we stop at Project Handicapped Horizon. We visited ...
Did you know that it takes HOURS to cook couscous the proper Moroccan way? I can't even fathom it. At home, couscous takes 5 minutes. A little longer if you have to boil the water first, but really, ten minutes from putting the kettle on to finished product, max.
We learned about the absolute production that Moroccan couscous is today at a cooking class in Ait Benhaddou. Our ...