Riad El Aissi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the many activities are engaging and educational. Also, the cooking was so outstanding, and prices so reasonable, we ended up eating here every night.
One highlight of our stay here was a day trip to "Dounia's village" (home town of one of the staff). We started with a half hour drive followed by a hike through a series of small villages, each of which specializes in a craft or product: 1) stopped at one house that sold argan soap made by a local women's cooperative; 2) ...
... dunes to be scaled larger, the landscape closer to the mountains and therefore blighted with huge rocky crevices and mounds which tested our spines and cores to the limit. En route, we passed a convoy of rally drivers, it was an all female rally that takes place annually, their brightly coloured cars thundering past us, churning up the dust as they went. They were bedecked in full driving gear, including helmets, which we eyed enviously, our own heads bouncing precariously ...
... back. Finally, he showed up. The man had initially walked with Dave toward where he said the Riad was. Then pawned Dave off to some other guy who showed him the rest of the way to the Riad hotel. Dave was led like a dog on leash further and further, "it's near, one more minute" the guy kept saying. Finally, Dave had had enough and got back without having gotten a whiff of the Riad.
... had the liveliest donkey! The others were friendly and probably tired out too. The berber lady who brought my donkey along had both hands painted with henna. If they have their feet painted too it means they are unmarried (i think its that way round) More sweet mint tea to finish. We then saw the things the girls were wishing for - goats climbing trees. The shepherds walk around the open Argan forests with their goats and a 'goat' dog. ...
... suburb built in the most disorganized and random fashion. I get off the bus when I think I’ve reached the town… but no… I find myself walking across a flat wasteland with clusters of cinderblock houses littering the landscape.
Finally I reach Oulad Teima proper with it’s bustling main drag, where I find a lively, indoor market which seems to specialize in pastries. But once outside, I get an unsafe feeling about this place. Maybe ...