Auberge La Terrasse des Delices
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... looking country. There are lots of irrigation channels, and we cross a couple of very wide rivers. They don't have much water in them, and almost look a bit out of place in the dry landscape. Even outside Marrakech, virtually all the buildings are the same earthy red colour as they are in the Medina. I begin to wonder whether paint shops in Morocco only sell one colour.
We reach the foothills of the mountains and start to climb. The road is very narrow and ...
... though you cannot go inside the structure.
The ride across to Ouarzazate via Tata was hot. The temperatures were hitting the high 40’s and on the worse day it was a hair over 50 degrees C and you could just about make tea from the water in our water bottles.
Our mesh riding jackets have come into their own during the heat wave. We have been able to maintain a relative coolness even on the hottest days. They are particularly effective ...
... tent... Berber perhaps, with cushions hat reminded us of the Roche Bobois sectional that we all love.
Then we hit the road.
We went through the Dades valley, without rustic up views (from the bottom) of craggy rocks. He houses are built into the side of,then rocks and are the same color so they look like they were carved out of the cliff face. We drove through the valley of roses and were dying to stop to buy rose products, but Rasheed said wait until the ...
... Hamadu enabled me to see over the stone fences of the traditional houses and their tiny farming plots, and then across to extensive date palmeries - at a very leisurely pace. The village of Amezrou was once home to a very large Jewish community, many of whom were artisans. Today it is apparently still home to artisans and just a few Jewish people, and houses a very small old synagogue. I couldn't think of a better camel experience. I was ...
... is offended.
1. The Mixer in the Wry
I remained in the darkness for a long time, cousins, listening. This I had learned by watching the old ones, mukluk and kooskoosh. Then I opened the door and sniffed, hoping to gather courage to embrace the swivel chair and the blank screen. Three times my way has been blocked by a downdraft and my efforts destroyed, leaving deep scars on my cerebellum. I stood on my hind ...