Chez Momo II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... desperately need to continue to breathe!
At 4167m, the top was beautiful, not cold and not windy, but I was spent. Because it was hazy, we could not see as far as the Sahara, but we could make out the plains of Marrakech. The top is also very wide, so there's plenty of space for all groups to just seat down and have a pic nic, taking all the time you want.
The group had lunch, I didn't as that's when altitude sickness ...
... After decades and decades of bending over for her domestic duties, this warm, kind woman’s back was severely deformed to the point that she could hardly stand upright without great effort and obvious pain. Yet she was constantly moving, scurrying to and fro to make sure that the preparations were all going smoothly and everyone’s glass of mint tea was full. I was happy for her that she had a new, more comfortable home to work in, and I marveled at ...
... 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 ...
You need to know about this. Everyone should share in the joy. If you have ever had to use a toilet tent whilst on trek, you will know exacrly what I mean and, on closing your eyes, will be able to visualise (and smell) the gloriousness. And if you haven't, listen up.
Toilet tents are always pitched just outside of camp, for obvious reasons. It is a rudimentary tent - a length of tarp thrown over a crude pole structure. It ...
... him he's great), and Hussain and his dad Brahim (These are the owners of the house we stay in, I'll say more about them later).
After getting into the village and getting acquainted with the locals we walked over to Msik, a small village 1 mile past Imlil, and went to Brahim's house. On our first visit it was a one story mud hut with 2 hole-in-the-floor for toilets. It permanently smelt but it was as homely as you can wish for. He'll greet ...