Villa du Lac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... its capacities, so we ignored the track and went off-road, a bit like they do in the Paris to Dakar rally. We shared another of those breathtaking moments when the rolling sand hills appeared on the horizon; we all felt a sense of unreality and great excitement. At the kasbah we decided not to go out to the desert camp, as blacker clouds were forming in the east. We arranged for an early morning camel ride out the next day instead to see the sunrise. I had a quiet word ...
... night after sitting around in suspense for 5 hours! We will have an extra day in Antigua but I am sure that will not be a problem, it will be a 10hour flight in all Our hotel here did an amazing job of re rooming all of us nearly 300 in short time and feeding us as well. So full marks to them.
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... by attentive service, fine wine and great food, during the course of our long, leisurely lunch. It is a great way to spend an afternoon!
After a memorable lunch, we spend a couple of hours in our room catching up on our requisite tasks (photos, more airline reservations, emails and packing for our morning departure.
Our farewell dinner is at a beautiful old palace, now used exclusively for private ...
... There are practically no streets in Aremd, but only narrow alleys and stairs, which connect different levels.
We found accommodation in an immensely nice-looking guest house with large terrace hanging over the canyon below. The view towards the peaks, including Jebel Toubkal, was stunning. Everything seemed perfect. But there is a bit of hell in every heaven…
In the middle of the night, Veni woke up, saying that something was biting her. We turned the lights ...
... The problem? Well, first of all, I'd have to carry my guitar all the way up to the peak--or else I'd have to backtrack all the way back to Le Refuge. Secondly, I kind of doubt that the yonder trail is very well marked or well traveled. If something goes wrong, I could be in big trouble. But on the other hand, if I don't do this trans-Atlas hike now, I know deep down that someday I'm going to have to come back and finish it. And that would mean having to do ...