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... Eventually we were told that we would be staying at the premier inn but by this time it was about 1am and the hotel was in no way prepared for a whole flight of people. The credit card that was then supposed to pay for the rooms was being declined and it didnt get sorted for another hour or so. There was elderly people and children all asleep on the cramped reception floor- it was horrible. It wasn't until 3.30am that we were then told that there wasn't any room ...
... and men hooded, this is a very traditional Moroccan town.
We’ll continue driving towards Agdez, via Alnif and Tazarine,lunch in
N’koub before we get to the fascinating Draa Valley at the edge of the
Atlas Mountains, along which lay hundreds of Berber Kasbahs.dinner and
accommodation in Ait Ben-haddou.
Day 6 : Ait Ben-haddou – Taliouine – Taroudant
Depart Ait ben-haddou for Taroudant, ...
... wallet. When the food arrived it was disappointing bland, but mountainous. Not a single person finished their food. I would gladly have paid less to eat a human amount of food, but maybe the joy is in paying to waste. I am not entirely sure how rich people think, but I suspect that I'll have a better idea by the end of this tour. First impressions are rolling in thick and fast.
The breakdown is 10 Australians (4 of us from Perth), 3 Americans, 1 Austrian, and 1 ...
These were our last couple of days in Morocco. After driving back to Casablanca from Essaouira, we arranged to meet up with Christine and Stephanie Russo, who had also just arrived in Casablanca, ready to start their tour of Morocco. On Sunday Ron led the five of us on the Lonely Planet walking tour of Casablanca, he was a lot better than some of the local guides that we've had and we didn't need to tip him. After our walk and lunch, we ...
... building is adorned with beautiful plasterwork and calligraphy, rather than any depictions of holy figures. I was remarkably impressed with how the use of these methods were able to convey so much about the Islamic faith without seeing any paintings or pictures. It was a new idea that I had never observed since I had been so used to walking into a church and seeing various works displaying Jesus, Mary, ...