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TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Amskou Boumalne Dadès
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... as possible and kill the speed. At one point one of the many Mercedes diesel taxis that constantly patrol the roads picking up passengers, was right across my side of the road dodging washed out sections. The road at this point was a good width, so I did not slow down too much thinking the he would move back to his side. He did but extremely late. Sh#*. Thank God for the Imodium. Re connected with the rest of the party for dinner drinks and ...
... day we continued our long drive west into the Sahara and finally reached the edge of the dessert at 6pm. We then mounted camels and began our trek over the sand dunes and into the heart of the desert. We were guided by nomads who were in tradition dress and turban, some with shoes on some without. We rode for two hours into the sunset, unfortunately it was cloudy so the sunset was hard to see. We had a great time on the trek at times holding to the camel for dear life as ...
... to sit out here for the afternoon. It's a free afternoon and we catch up with the photo's, a bit of laundry and enjoy the afternoon sun. Paul has a nana nap and recharges the batteries. Dinner is a goat Tagine for which Paul has been waiting to try. It is very delicious but there is lots of little bones maybe a few too many for my liking, but it was very tasty. Another great day in this country that keeps amazing ...
... up together in the mountain building era. A few rose bushes were growing in this area, the flowers giving such a strong and pleasant scent.
A little lower down the valley and a turning on to a gravel road lead up to the Rainbow Valley. Its name is apt: the whole range of colours is there in the rocks, the vegetation, the soil, and in the hills and cliffs that form the sides of the valley.
The road eventually leads to a village where ...
... every couple of kilometres, shade to get out of the sun here and there, I feel I could keep hiking indefinitely. And here there’s a highway running through, so there’ll be no shortage of shops and transport to take me to the nearest city once I feel I’ve hiked enough for the day… it almost feels too easy!
If someone were to come to this region directly from, say, Casablanca, they might ...