Travel Blogs from Marrakech
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2 days fes desert trip Merzouga erg chebbi
... red tone with the early evening light, the lush green palm trees, the stony river bed and then the village rising slightly from the adjacent banks. The surrounding landscape was that of a vast rocky desert which stretched for as far as the eye could see. Finishing off with a stroll through the stalls that lined the walkway, all that was left to do was sit back, relax and enjoy another tagine for dinner. Oh and maybe just a couple of wines…
... about 3 hours in Starbucks we continued on to the train station where we hung out in a McDonald’s until our train was ready. (You're probably sensing a theme here but the big international chains never seem to mind how long you hang around in their restaurant for... very handy for travellers.)
In comparison to the overnight trains we have travelled on in India and Vietnam, this once was luxurious. Not only were the mattresses thick and come ...
... power just as it was getting dark. Coincidence that both points that we had tried had "tripped", but when you look at some of the motorhomes that the French are driving around, it's not really surprising.....a small sub station would be more appropriate!
Day 228 Day totals: 10 hrs, 12.9 kms At the last minute I manage to squeeze in another stop on Marrakech on my way from Agadir to Casablanca in order to finish that last 13 km stretch from Asni to Tahanaout. Not quite as enjoyable as my group hike, as my backpack rips open and I have to sort of carry it under my arm the who way (I manage to find a tailor in Marrakech to fix in--in time for my Big Trip ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet