Riad Al Jana
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... contradiction: harsh and cruel and unforgiving yet nourishing, symbiotic and ultimately resilient. Our visit here was brief but long enough to flood our imaginations. Her people are generous and warm but, like so many of us, deeply stained by a narrative of plunder and oppression. Her land is open and wild, at times bordering on the mythological. Her abundance of life in incomprehensible. Unlike any ...
... Under the expansive food tent, the Saturday crowd devours everything from barbecued springbok paninis to kingclip sushi rolls. Craft brewers pull pints of cold lager and local vintners pour glasses Sauvignon blanc. The solo musician loops djembe beats below the primal drone of the dijereedoo. The crowd bounces to the rhythm. We venture south to the Cape of Good Hope located at the most south westerly point of Africa. Here the basal shale mountains ...
After finishing breakfast and checking out of Chez Pierre, we decided to take up Barbara on her offer and join her for a ride to Ouarzarzate. We would do one stop along the way, at Skoura, to check out an oasis. Chatting with Barb on the journey revealed her interesting story and unique perspectives on life. She has a family back in Switzerland, but finds it necessary to do solo trips around the world, or 'vision ...
... by some boys, although they turned away untrusting. We walked that way in hope and the boys accepted we were doing this ourselves. Seeing tourists gave us hope & we found a familiar area.
Back in the riad, we found a letter from desert majesty 'Habib your driver called by to let you know he will collect you at 8am'
We booked a Hammam & were recommended the 'Berbere Hammam' 50 mins- Exfoliation with friction glove, black soap body scrub ...
... Marrakech we had developed a finely tuned snake radar that allowed us to see them coming from across the square and forcefully intone a “Non merci”, or, better yet once we had learned the Arab equivalent for “No thank you”, a hearty “La shokran”. The boys were soon piping up with it before the snakes even got close. This usually did the trick, resulting in the salesmen giving an angry look or moan. Though they ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet