Riad El Aissi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... up ahead. Unbelievably, in the complex of shops, in with that gas station, was a pink motel.
Just What the Doctor Ordered
That pink motel was Motel Cafe-Restaurant Tizi n't and it turned out to be just what the doctor ordered.
The owner was obliging and made sure we had what we needed. The room was spacious and clean and the shower was hot. Wifi was ...
... village… I’d really like to get back to it someday.
Heading towards Taroudant, we actually take a different road that wind through the mountains a little ways and then ends up in a completely different river valley—just as alive with villages, trees and farmplots as the valley below Assaka. It suddenly hits me that there’s still so much of Morocco for me to explore. Just as I ...
... re-visit—and I need to give it some flair and style. So that’s what I do. I catch a taxi to Tamaloukt, the first town at the base of the mountains. We head off across the boring plains as the intriguing mountains get closer and closer… as soon as we reach the first foothill I get off, eager to start my new hiking adventure.
But something happens that kind of dampens my enthusiasm. ...
... 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.