Auberge La Terrasse des Delices
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... the female's whatever.....just to ensure pollination! They need the dates. Dates sell!
This place, Agdz, where we are right now, is at the head of the Draa Valley, a valley with a river......with water....where palms grow all along its 95km length, all the way to Zagora. It must be the longest palmerai in Morocco. The river has water because they have a dam near here and they released water into it only last week, water that had ...
... learn about, with and from - directing my attention and thoughts. It always will, but being conscious of where my thoughts are stemming from allows me to realize other perspectives. I can't be blindly happy nor sad, for either is misguided. The girls school made me think outside the box, I wanted to be happy in the moment, but there was also the realization of how much they went through to be where they are, and how much they still strive for each day.
... expecting. Even Jane who doesn't suffer motion sickness would rather never go through it again.
On the final stretch, as our minds and bodies finally calmed down, we picked Mustapha's brain for advice on our next few days. We had considered of going to visit one of Morocco's beach towns and Mustapha convinced us on Essaouira. We tried to arrange for him to take us but he said he couldn't make any promises as it would be up to the company boss. We reached the laneway to ...
... mornings, and evenings, and late afternoons) our time spent out hiking in the gorge under the brief midday sun was every bit as exhilarating and picturesque as we had hoped. Enough to convince us to stay an extra night, although not quite enough for us to add it to our list of “Best Rocky Canyons of the 21st Century”. We did an awesome two hour hike down a side gorge in an area affectionately referred to as “The Monkey Fingers”, ...
... and interesting spots along the way. We stopped in the Todra Gorge in the eastern part of the High Atlas. The approach to this beautiful gorge was via a long valley oasis, lush and green with thousands of palm trees and abundant farming of olives, dates, pomegranates, almonds, and figs. The Gorge itself was a surprising pass through sheer, towering walls, up to 525 feet high on each side, and only 33 feet wide at one spot. Once in the mountains again, we stopped ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed