Best Western Hotel Toubkal
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... French architect and decorated by 6000 Moroccan artisans. It is decorated with blue and green tiles, elaborate carved plaster work and a intricately carved and painted wood ceiling that is retractable to let in natural sunlight. The Mosque is one of the largest in the world and the square minaret the tallest in the world. On Monday, May 4, we headed north to the city of Chefchaouen. In route we passed fertile fields of grains, vegetables and citrus. Though we ...
... Algeria... It was stunning! Beautiful red, Dessert sands, Rugged mountains, meandering rivers, steep cliffs, ploughed fields and miles And miles of shoreline with crashing surf. We arrived in Casablanca, 24.5 hours after take off from Sydney, and then after a long, boring trips into the city and our hotel, finally a hot shower, 42 hours since my last one, before I went to work on Tuesday! We had a quick nap, lucky we set ...
... siblings. The clay used to construct the Riad has superb noise reduction qualities, offering a quiet escape from the commotions outside. Moroccans are such a people of community and hate the isolation imposed on them by modern apartments. This may be easily observed in their eating and drinking habits. In Berbers' tradition everybody sits around the table on a carpet, shoes-off, dipping ...
Slaughtered lamb in the living room. Squat Toilet No shower Welcome to Morocco!! I couchsurfed with Kalid'h for three nights and 4 days. His Mother was an amazing cook but after a while The lack of facilities got to me. I decided to treat myself to a couple of nights in ...
... travellers' mood swings - had set in and like the famous and very funny old Alan Sherman song, life just suddenly became a lot, lot brighter...
MANALI, NORTHERN INDIA JUNE 2012 - A CHANCE MEETING AND AN INSPIRATION TO VISIT MOROCCO
"If you love Ladakh, then you will just ADORE Morocco!" enthused our new French-Canadian friend Madeleine. We had just travelled the hair raising but simply fascinating jeep trip from "No Go Zone" ...