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After Skoura we made our way up the road to the Dades Gorge, one of the three most important gorges in my mind, along with the nearby Todra Gorge, which we had visited back in 2004, and the immortal Gorge "The Animal" Steele. We sat jammed into a large share taxi/van for the spectacular 27 kilometre trip up the gorge to Chez Pierre, watching in …
... believe time has forgotten. Now going into this, we had no idea what to expect. No idea what we'd see. No idea what we'd eat. No idea where we'd sleep. The brochure is a referral from a friend, a Facebook introduction and a promise that we'd have a good time and get an inside look at Moroccan life with no tourist hassles. Night one Was spent in Peter's mountain house. A camp to us, but already starting our trek off in a very cool way. He ...
... us easy targets but when we knew we were ok. The markets we had heard a bit about didn't seem so touristy, rather local, as it was mostly food produce ready for the Muslims to break their fast during Ramadan. Ramadan is when they are not allowed to consume anything from 330am until 740pm. Exceptions are made for children under 10 and in extreme cases such as pregnancy and intense heat for example. We were told to also drink and eat only in doors away from prying eyes as a sign ...
... remind Ian about leaving the seat up here. We take mint tea and order dinner. It is 7pm. We choose omelette and chips thinking it will be quick as we are starving. We watch the sunset from the terrace. It is beautiful. Still no other guests, it's now clear there is no-one here apart from us. We listen to the call to prayer from the mosque and observe the stars. Funny how the plough appears to be upside down from here. It's now nine o'clock and our dinner arrives. Exhausted from lack ...
... of a sudden out of nowhere… rain!
Other than that, Nemro is kind of boring compared to the villages. It does have a ruined mud castle of its own, but a bunch of kids following me around insisting that they are my “guides” spoil the fun… I keep trying to go the opposite way of where they suggest, just to throw them off… finally give up and head on out… I’ve seen enough mud castles today anyways.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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