Auberge La Terrasse des Delices
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Up the top you have an amazing view of not only the kasbah below but also the surrounding countryside. As I mentioned earlier in this post the landscapes are extremely beautiful and varried. In some ways very barren in other ways a flash of colour with various hues of browns, reds and greens and yet also lush with areas of green trees, etc. In a strange way it reminded us both of northern Argentina and part of Bolivia and yet still unique in its own way. ...
... the Stone but still… we couldn’t help ourselves. I’m sure we made all the others insane! Also, more recently, segments of Game of Thrones was filmed here, although it was at a set we did not tour and could only see in the distance. CLA studios owned by Dino De Laurentis wasn’t on our tour today.
Ait Ben Haddou is a UNESCO Heritage Site. This village is still inhabited, although the population ...
Another early start to the day. Breakfast in the camp was very good, fresh squeezed orange juice and omelet on today's menu...in the desert, amazing! Alan bought an ammonite, talked the guy down from 450 to 50 dirhams...not bad. As you can expect I came away with mosquito bites. Five of us in our vehicle and Al was in the very back, not a comfy ride for him. His right knee needs attention after it was ...
... price goes down to 100 Dh. Still no coconut my friend. At Salt River, one taxi down and one to go, we go through more of the same. Why do you want to charge me 100 Dh I ask when the price is 10 Dh and the maximum for your car is six? Again I am given the blank, 'are you stupid' stare. Six times ten is sixty I say, but no matter we will wait for four more persons and pay twenty for two places. No, there are no more persons grumbles taxi tout. ...
... hearts were better. We didn't quite figure out which animal they were from, but our feeling is cow.
After lunch, we visited a Berber herbalist who gave us a short presentation on various oils and spices on offer. A try before you buy, it was nice to get a whiff of things before shopping without bargaining - a skill we'd better develop before hitting the shops of Marrakech.
Another early day, we checked into our hotel, ...