La Villa David
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I mean, the bathroom is in the bedroom. No, really, it is. There is no bathroom – per se – the shower steps into the bedroom, the sink is within an easy reach of where I lay my head. I suppose if I get really sick this could be a bonus. When we got to our room Alan broke (er, no, “discovered”) the toilet seat was broken. Someone finally came and fixed it, but the worst thing was that the light above ...
... Reception were friendly enough and told us to go park anywhere and come back with the passports for booking in....normal procedure. There seemed to be a lot of non campers wandering around the site, so partially for security, we selected a quiet corner in between a couple of large French motorhomes. Before we had even turned off the engine, there was a fairly insistent guy selling fish; in the end I resorted to Arabic "LA Shokran!" - that did the trick! ...
... on him and his crew.
I made a thick vegetable soup for dinner that night and served it in tin mugs, with fresh bread. We ate the hot and filling meal and discussed the roster for the trip. The wind in the evening was cool so each of us had many layers under the wet weather gear to keep out the biting cold; we all could not wait for the warmer temperatures as we headed south. Darkness came and we settled into the planned roster. This is what we had talked about for ...
... I was happy to be walking past these shops now, as most of the shop owners were to busy to be aware of the potential clientele walking by.
Another distinctive attribute of this old city was its size. It was tiny compared with all of the other extensive, confusing medinas I had seen. After entering through the gate, in a matter of 3 or 4 minutes I had already arrived at the back wall of the city. In the back corner of the city there was a ...
... I say that for the most part they are kind and generous. I do tend to hesitate a moment before saying that and sometimes they interrupt me to comment on how difficult it is for tourists to travel in their country. They lament about the fact that those types of people are ruining the experience and tarnishing their country's reputation.
I don't really know how to react to that - they are absolutely right. Because I am ...