Hotel Kasbah Kanz Erremal
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in fat content. Because of the lower fat content they cannot make butter or cheese from it. Dromedary and camel urine are saved and used for medicines! Who knew???? Then we drove into the Sahara! Not what we expected at first, extremely flat. There were some plants and we saw sheep and dromedaries grazing in some areas. Then we came to sand dunes which we had expected, but there was a lake in front of it, with palm trees. It turns out that the last ...
... maybe longer. I will write for the blog and upload and send when we are back on wifi. The land changed and we saw sheepherding by Atlas hairy dogs that are indigenous to the region. Then we came villages and farms as the snow began to disappear. This has been a major trade route since the 9th century. As we descended the mountains, we could see an arid plain and the snow capped High Atlas Mountains. We crossed an arid plain where they are now planting ...
The town is small and occupied predominantly by the Amizer. They are peaceful nomads that occupied Morocco before the Arabs. Being they don't like to fight or power, the Arabs have taken over the power of the country and call them Berber. To the Amizer (sp?) this is a derogatory term for them and will not respond if called it by the Arabs. Unfortunately, the Arabs control the tourism and so they are known ...
... like a lava flow of jumbled clay cubes. Fes itself dates back to around 790 AD, and I imagine the medina (which means 'old city') grew with it. From above, not much sound or movement can be detected from the 40 or so hectares of land it comprises, but from within it is quite a different story. Our traveling style was to change significantly in Morocco, as we were to meet up with Avril and Bruce (friends of ours and colleagues of Kerry) and pick up a ...
... wife and that he would be heart broken when we
left. It was actually him that persuaded us to stay one more
night...and we are very thankful that we did.
Merzouga will have a special place in
our hearts and we will always have a free place to stay for as long
as we like. Mohammed and Mustapha were fantastic hosts and good
friends, but at some point we had to leave, and our next journey was
a 10 hour night coach to the city of Fes.