Hotel Kasbah Kanz Erremal
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... 232;re! We were able to have a cold shower back at the main camp, and some breakfast - mint omelette! Yet again I braved it as eggs given how they store them, in the sun, would not be the best for Sean. Back on the road, long drive, pretty much solid 7 hours as we had to double back over where we had driven the day before, stopped along the way to a local souk which was great not a tourist in sight! As we approached the area we are staying we stopped at the centre of Ait Benhaddou ...
... 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.
... then you turn around and you've barely made it off the ground. LOL. We played around on the dune until supper time. There was a lone snowboard we took turns taking up the dune and sliding down on it like a toboggan. It was tons of fun, but it pretty much got sand everywhere.
Diner was delicious, we had tangine and rice, with some bread. After diner we started a jam session of sorts with the bongos that were on hand. It was a lot of fun. The one guy had a ...
... up as fast as we could, only taking mini breathers. So tiring but well worth the effort!
the best meat dish thus far, a kind of pot roast tanjin, for dinner. Our main entertainment for the night was
a pack of five rambunctious kittens playing and performing acrobatic skills. That was followed by a drum circle
of traditional Berber chants, which was led by our guide Adee and Mustafa (who was waiting for us at the camp)
. I laid back, taking ...
... queue to check in at my hotel unacceptable to my discontented oversized expectations. At the front of the Dadaab refugee camp entry queue, the circumference of children's arms is measured to assess their degree of starvation, and they're prioritised accordingly. The Dadaab camp is a shanty of makeshift tents in the desert. It has the same number of people there as the entire city of Bristol. It was full months ago and is just bursting at the seams. ...