Riad El Aissi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... by noon tomorrow, we would not have had much time to explore anyway
Not Just Any Ol' Motel
We got back in the car and circled Taroudannt's tall city wall and some markets we whizzed by looked interesting. We continued on out of town and hoped to find a place to stay soon. Orange orchards lined the road on both sides. We were approaching the national park boundary and ...
... with a spring of water underneath it… I wonder… why is it so important for people to feel connected to a place? Many people from Assaka have lived in big cities and foreign countries where they can buy homes, earn a decent wage and enjoy all the comforts of modern life. What do they really need this village for? Is it just for that warm feeling you get knowing that “this is the place where I belong?”
I think ...
... I head out to explore Taroudant—and don’t find it a whole lot more inspiring in the daylight. It is nice to see a lot of folks using bicycles as the main form of transportation and there is at least interesting old palace like building—but the old medina of Taroudant doesn’t really have a whole lot to offer. Outside the walls there are a couple of new, spacious plazas—one with a couple odd little sculptures.
... It is like an Oasis. There is a pool (full of English tourists) and a lovely garden. The orange crop was in full bloom last month, yet the scent still lingers in places. I will never forget the sounds of the birds here. It sounds like music. There are doves calling softly, song birds singing and other birds adding percussion with soft chirps.
It was a truly unforgettable day – in which I learned to truly appreciate how many faces the land of Morocco ...
This morning, guy (can't remember his name, but 26) showed me round ramparts and even helped me buy ticket to Ouarzazate for tomorrow (there are some perks of being female after all - would have usually cost at least 10euros, though admittedly with history of place, but was happy to show me round for free, though bought him coke to say thank you). Think Taroudannt is the prettiest town I've been to ...