Auberge La Terrasse des Delices
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- Pets allowed
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... Hotel Boufager with plenty of time to spare for a swim in the pool or drink at the bar before dinner.
DInner included Harira (soupe Moroccain) followed by yummy chicken tagine with couscous (served with a sprinkling of cinnamon and castor sugar). There was a dance - see video. The hotel wifi code was a drama in itself. It was 20+ characters long and very random. We did connect but the router was down. We couldn't be bothered after that.
... 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 ...
... Morocco since the trip was actually cheaper. I said there were better rooms available for two of the hotels in Fez and Casablanca I had selected and I would like to be booked into those. I also let them know that the change in riads in Rabat was fine as it was a highly regarded riad into which they had booked me. However, the change in riads in Marrakesh was unacceptable. I selected a new riad with very little research and hoped for the best. The long and short was that ...
... others to bring the magic to it.
In the big lounge video songs were being loudly projected onto the wall, there was one sofa to share and mattresses were dotted here and there where various people, including us, would sleep.
Hicham originally came to Ouarzazate to study costume design for the film industry and had never left. Maybe the ganja had something to do with that as it was certainly doing the rounds. Up on the rooftop there was a ...
... mph at most in 2nd gear most of the time. I’m proud of the bike, I now understand how Andy Landers the previous owner coped with those Mongolian roads. At one point to avoid both bike and sidecar wheels falling into potholes simultaneously I tried to fly the chair wheel off the ground and steer the bike between holes. This was almost working but a bit dangerous to do often on a hairpin curve !
As it ...