Hotel Kasbah Kanz Erremal
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... turning the bread with wooden sticks as it baked. We were invited into her home where she poured mint tea for us and served us the bread. Lansari translated for us. We learned that on television, she had a small one, she learned that you can have a better life with education. Children in this village rarely go to college, especially girls. She felt it was really important for her daughter to get an education. She went to a tour leader and asked for ...
... They broke branches an put them under tires to gain traction as others pushed. More cars keep trying to come down the hill toward us, bypassing the stopped car at the top of the hill. They just complicated the situation. After about 15 hair raising minutes they got the van to the top of the hill. Our outstanding driver then got us up the hill with the assistance of branches being placed in front of the tires. Once over the hill, we were going downhill ...
... after the couscous came a tagine then fresh fruit.
During lunch we were told about ancient stone carvings about an hours walk away and were asked if we wanted to go and have a look. It was something that we were all keen to do and Ahmed was to accompany us, just as we set out a young Australians couple, Katie and Carmel from Perth arrived and decided to join us. We learnt so much about Berber life ...
... They speak a different language then Arabs and have different names. However, any child born in an Arabic hospital has to have an Arabic name. The children are taught in school the the Amizer are ugly, with big heads and weaker. Because of this, the children are slowly denying their heritage and want to be known as Arabic. The town of a couple thousand or so, does not have a police force. There has been ...
... were dry in no time. It was another half an hour's drive to meet our dromedaries (Arabian camels with one hump). i didn't expect them to be so good-natured and placid. After a quick lesson in mounting the camels (an awkward experience), we set off over the dunes in 2 trains led by a couple of guides. Ours walked barefoot for the 2 hour trek to our camp. Mohammed and Sayed walked alongside us taking photos, giving ...