- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... warm tile floor, unaware that the best is yet ahead.
He's upon me again, grasping at my neck and leg muscles with talons of steel. Maul. Haul. Each area falls prey to this medley of muscular madness. Then two heavy blows to the back! I think that's pillow talk for "roll over!" As I rotate my pulped cadaver on the tiles, I see Hassan watching in mirth. Or is it Berber schadenfreude? But no time for thought or evasive action. My right arm ...
It was our last day as we were flying back to England. Just time to go for a quick walk and to see the nesting storks on the city ramparts. We found another part of town we hadn't seen before and began to realise just how big the city is.
Since returning to the UK I have found out that Marrakesh was named world's best destination in Tripadvisor 2015 travellers' choice. It's certainly an interesting place to visit for ...
... mess) that we chose to stay in our safe little haven and only go out in the late afternoon. By mid morning the city was beginning to smell smoky and if you went up onto the rooftop terrace you could see smoke coming from lots of houses. By lunch you could smell roast meat and the smoke haze was so thick that you struggled to see very far at all! I went up again in mid-afternoon and saw sheep skins and intestines drying on washing lines, but thankfully it wasn't too bad. By the ...
... we had come until we reached a saddle where we could descend. By this point, everyone was tired and some (including myself) were suffering from headache due to the altitude. In my case it was also partly because i hadn’t drunk enough fluid. One of the effects of altitude is an increase in the passing of gas. The last few days we have burped and ****** ourselves up and down the mountains and today was no different. As the ascent was ...
... manage without much difficulty.
The trail follows the side of a gorge which gets narrower and narrower and more and more rugged. Gone are the last patches of green, now there are just occasional weathered mountain trees. There's a rushing stream below, but this is clealy an area quite unhospitable to human dwelling.
But despite this, this hike doesn't have such a solitary rugged feel as, say, my Amzrit hike because there are a lot of other hikes and their ...