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Travel Blogs from Asni
... to say I am glad I am not sharing with anyone as it would be really small to share with somebody you don't know. I spot a little hole and gaffa tape it straight away. Gaffa tape is the best thing since sliced bread when you're camping. There is also a tent-toilet, again a hole in the ground, which is fine, but I am determined to try my hardest not to get up at night to use it. I think this was the goal of several. Luckily, I ...
... around a significant patch of home-grown vegetables and some flowers and on to Raceem's home. With basic clean rooms and a reasonable priced tour, I settled in, taking advantage of the 4 Spanish guys all-in arranged package from Spain. This got me a lovely tagine with vegetables, some snacks & mint tea and succulent fresh melon. Thereafter, we were all taken for a lovely walk around Imlil and into the valley,learning that the ...
... technique. This and the worry of him having to sleep on the floor meant he left to find a hostel and the Berber family seemed very disappointed. Dori was very worried that the family would be sullen for the rest of our time there, but in no time at all they were back to try to sell us something different. At first we were very disinterested in the Berber bracelets and jewelry that Aziz's cousin showed us. Although Dori liked a few of them, she knew they'd be too expensive ...
... It was cold. But, thankfully, almost no breeze. I still needed all my thermals, polar fleece, gloves, cap etc. Mules & villagers on the trail, two of them with shotguns hunting birds for the table. Hussein told us that they make a particularly tasty tajine.
Quite a vigorous climb up to the small pink shrine at Sidi Chamarouch. Again, non-believers cannot enter, so we contented ourselves with some excellent tea by the stream. The 5 of us didnt ...
... and inexorably on. As I listened, it became clear that whilst Andy had clearly done a lot and was genuinely interested in hearing about other people's trips, Graham desperately wanted to prove that he was a super-tough-mountain-guy too. As the trip was to progress, I was to learn that Andy had a brilliant sense of humour and certainly didn't take himself seriously, whilst Graham was the opposite.
So back, in Aremd, I donned my boots again and headed out of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility