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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we walk into the most ornately decorated rooms. Beautiful ceilings and tiled walls - what a complete and utter surprise. After taking a few photos we carry on the road heading for Ait Benhaddou where we stop and have lunch. The ksar of Ait Benhaddou is a world heritage site and has been used as a setting for lots of films including Gladiator, The jewel of the Nile and The Mummy. We have a walk around ...
... Break for desert, and then we had the real belly dancer, who was big, white and fleshy; she rippled and jiggled to the backbeat of the house band, making me regret the slightly underdone creme caramel I'd just eaten. She produced some fire sticks, set them on fire, and rubbed them up and down her arms and legs, then put one in her mouth. Then she jiggled again for a while, the band finished and she bustled off, nearly knocking a waiter ...
... it was hot and Mohammed #2 (van dvr), who was sent ahead in search of an adequately shady picnic spot, delivered. After a scrumptious lunch organised by the Mohammeds of Moroccan salad, bread, spicy canned tuna and sardines, cheese and bananas all washed down with orange juice, we were refuelled and tackled the second incline easily finishing our cycle an hour or so later and driving the rest of the way to Tazarine (another 1 1/2 hours). ...
... the Moroccans really know how to make it! With every meal that we have had choice with, we were trying to order something different. We wanted to make sure we had really "tasted" Morocco before we left (ie. Having Camel for lunch a few days earlier). Today it was the Kefta with eggs that got our mouths watering. Probably the best meal yet!
The afternoon took us to the Todra Gorges- a little piece of paradise! With a fresh spring running through, and the giant walls ...
... a little plateau overlooking the oasis. I wander inside, through the gate to an open area with a partially ruined buildings around. I ask a cheerful old lady, pulling a donkey laden with firewood the name of the town
"Tlamesna" she tells me, then says, wanting to be helpful “the hotel is right around the corner.”
Sure enough, there’s an upscale Riad hotel in the middle of the poverty and ruins of ...