Ametis Club Karam
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... the mail to the French outposts in West Africa. This air service was the very beginnings of today’s Air France.
Tarfaya is one of Morocco’s Young Kings project towns along the Atlantic coast. He is rebuilding the port to developing a ferry terminal that will run transporter boats to and from the nearby Canary Islands. The foreshore is under redevelopment with new paving, palm trees and public areas. The tiny statue dedicated to ...
... stopping for an interesting lunch at Kelaat M'Gouna of kefta and eggs, we finally reached the Dades Gorge, which was as lovely as advertised. One view in particular was stunning, with the subtle pastel shades of the mountain and the delicate, wispy trees contrasting with the brilliant green of the valley below. On the way home stopped at a craft cooperative and spent $30 on a fine, curved Berber dagger.
I never tired of walking through the dirt streets of ...
We ate another clay pot lunch in Zagora, a pretty large town in the valley that has evidently been suffering from a lack of tourists since 2008. We were literally the only guests in the sizable outdoor hotel restaurant. The final town before the road abruptly ended was called M'Hamid, and that was where we left the comfort of Esam's van to get into the dusty 4-wheel drive jeep with Bobo, the co-owner of Erg Chigaga desert camp.
After a very long journey the day before, it was good to wake up and not be in any particular hurry. And it was rather nice just to sit and absorb the atmosphere at the very lovely Riad Lamane. We enjoyed a simple but pleasant breakfast in the gardens. The owners of the riad had performed a remarkable job with presentation. The bungalows were virtually embedded in exotic tropical gardens and despite accommodating a large number of tourists, there was ...
... heading towards me.
A splash in our riad pool followed by a tagine dinner the travelling life is tough, sipping the last of the mint tea we head up to our room. Saying goodnight to the hay speckled wall I click of the light, then the prayer call goes out, a reminder to all who hear, Allaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahu Akbar
"God is the greatest".
Today our tour begins, Hamaal our driver picks us up ...