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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... good quality products, plates, teapots, jewellery etc. from silver, copper & brass. The man demonstrating ...
... flung over balconies to catch the midday sun. Men, women and children, still sporting traditional woven hooded cloaks and intricate scarves, went about their business. Cows mooed from behind ornate metal doors, while chickens bustled through the streets. Water from the melting snow ran in rivulets between our feet and at event turn was another breathtaking photo opportunity - day to day village life juxtaposed against the snow-covered Allas mountains in front of us, ...
... life which put us in fits of laughter till early hours of the morning. I loved hearing about their different cultures, and finding out how different their views and religious beliefs are to mine. At 02:00 I realised I’d only had 2 hour sleep in the last 36 hours and it finally hit me how exhausted I was. I left the girls to it and crawled into my sleeping bag on my slightly lop sided bed hoping to get a decent night’s sleep before a new day ...
... but then everyone else came back with tales of a great time at the Hamam then tea at Hassan’s house afterwards. I wish i could have gone now but it was just one of those things. Anyway, tea was served soon after and we have spent the rest of the evening laughing and joking and generally enjoying the night out in the wilderness. I have been showing off my photographs which people seem impressed with and now i plan to take some more night ...
17.25 - In order for us to climb the next hill before it got too hot, we had to be up at 05.00 and off for 06.00. My nights sleep had been pretty good although there was not enough of it and i woke up needing a **** and another blanket before it was time to get up. We had our breakfast and loaded up the donkeys as the sun was coming up. There was a short walk through more farmer’s field’s and the home-made irrigation channels to the start of our ...