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... to our Riad we had spotted this grand hotel; Palais Jaime and having decided to forego dinner we decided to head back and check it out. We were not disappointed, the view over Fes was spectacular and sitting in the ambience of the Sofitel bar added to the experience. Looking out across the pool there was a sea of beige buildings, tiled rooves and satellite dishes. As we enjoyed a beverage with our mate Dom, it wasn't long before we were ...
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... 8216;panoramic terrace’ eating) later, Aziz and I set out for Zagora, a oasis town about 80 km from Ait Ben Haddou. Zagora is a town in the Draa Valley in South-eastern Morocco, and is named after the Berber-named Zagura mountain here.
Desert Stint - Not far from Timbuctou
An interesting sign at the entrance to the town proclaims that Timbuktu (this is real place in neighbouring Mali !) is about 52 days of camel ride away. The road to Zagora ...
... became my friend. I confess... I stole old bread and sugar cubes from my riad to treat the donkey.. The only donkey that looked healthy and had old rubber tyres as shoes. Better for their hooves and quite on the cobble stone streets, not to mention better grip with michelin tread. Mo was the garbage truck donkey.
Moving on to Marrakech. I'm looking forward to this destination. Bring on the SAHARA DESERT.
... nice change.
Fes was incredible. The train was smooth, air conditioned, relatively quite, and we didn't have to ride it for ten hours into a desert town. In short, it was infinitely more comfortable than the ride to Merzouga. We got there Friday afternoon and made our way from the train station to our hotel by way of irate taxi driver. There were seven of us, and petit taxis can only take three people at a time, so we needed three of them. We walked out of the train ...