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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... who had offered to take us to the Terrace des Epices actually took us on a much longer route than necessary, probably to justify the 20 dirhams per person he was planning on charging us.
The Cooperative was filled with lovely things, from scarves and caftans to pottery to carpets. A woman ran it and most of the goods were labelled so we could see what they cost rather than have to ask. And the prices were good, so we didn’t really feel the need to ...
... the summit ! We spent almost an hour on the summit taking lots of pictures! Then began the descent which unbelievably took 3hours also to basecamp again! This was due to the loose scree which made every step a challenge and balance was hard to find at times. We then had a 6 hour hike back out again to Imlil ! By the time we reached Imlil again we were very sore to say the least between knees giving up, blistered feet, heat stress and extreme tiredness we were ...
... I dropped accidentally dropped my travel purse. And on the run to the train, I also dropped my hobo jacket. I it wasn't for Cam, my trip would have been over then and there, as that purse contains all my important details (such as my passport), and I couldn't bear to travel without my beloved hobo jacket. August 14th: As we missed out on the beds on the overnight train (as you can only book tickets in person at the office and not online), the train ride felt like forever (which ...
... and this brings mixed feelings. Part of me is glad or looking forward to life’s comforts but part of me is missing the solitude and tranquility we have had on our trek. The fact that we are here signifies that we have almost finished our trip with the climbing of Mt. Toubkal tomorrow being the highlight. It annoys me to see all the people coming here, not as travellers, but as tourists. It just something we have to put up with. One of the luxuries was hot showers but ...
Now, I'm not an expert on the topic, and I'm still pretty confused on how it's all supposed to work--so if you want a full explanation you'll need to look elsewhere (there are some youtube videos with French subtitles on the subject). Here's what I understand: Demons, or "djinn" as their known in Islam, have a sort of hiearchy. and here in Sidi Chamharouch dwells their lord. But unlike the common Hollywood depiction of demons as purely evil monsters who do nothing ...