Le Temps de Vivre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and Colette asked TLD if she would like to try making some tomorrow morning. We readily agreed.
The next morning we were met by two of the Berber women from the Kasbah who took us to one of their abodes where Denise sat on the floor with them and was shown how to mix in water to the flour to make the dough. Then she had to knead the dough, which she did quite handily ...
... actual Kasbah is very small. It is a beautiful example of a fortified earthen village dating back to the 17th century. Khalid explained that UNESCO gave the residents money to restore their homes within the Kasbah but many took the money and left, abandoning their homes or simply used the funds for something else. Several years later UNESCO figured it out and they were not pleased. I honestly don’t remember where ...
... hoped. Even so Ian spends half the night sitting in the shower tray with water trickling over him. Our room is also right at the top up six flights of stairs. They have no lift. Who needs a gym? In a vain attempt to beat the heat we are up at 7.30 for breakfast and then it's off to the Grand Taxi stand at the end of our road following Omar's plan. As predicted we are approached to take a private taxi to our destination, Ait Ben Haddou, at the ...
... we would encounter a hotel owner who repeatedly demonstrated an almost unreasonable confidence in our ability to understand long, rapid and intricate stories in French despite all evidence to the contrary. His persistence and unwavering belief that we would suddenly just KNOW French was both inspirational and daft, and later something dire happens to my glove.
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... rest of the people have gone to bed with their children so we have returned to the bar to finish off our drinks and write this blog
Wonderful news... During the meal the clouds have disappeared and we can see millions of stars, cross fingers for tomorrow as our camel safari starts. Don't expect any updates for the next two nights until we return back here as we will not have any access to wifi
Signing off and praying ...