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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... And we kept going. Our was just over the next dune. I should have known better. We got settled, wandered around for a bit, had supper and a campfire. Some of us decided to sleep outside, under the stars. Only a couple of us managed to finish the night there as it did get a bit windy and chilly. I love Pine Lake Camp, but I don't know if there's is anything in the middle of the night more peaceful and quiet than the ...
... of gear. We couldn’t have been happier with our choice.
The N10 skirts Jebel Siroua, formed some 300 million years ago when the Euramerica and Gondwana tectonic plates collided. This ancient landscape still shows evidence of massive lava flows and volcanic activity. It was in this scenic wonderland that we felt the first few drops of rain and heard the unexpected rumble of thunder as we rode towards our destination signalling finally a change in the ...
... and rings they dangled in our faces that first started our suspicions but when they offered to sell us our lovely Berber costumes and the teapot, still pouring tea the alarm bells really started to ring. Conveniently remembering it was his birthday, Mohammed asked for whiskey and wishing him a ‘’happy birthday’’ we hastily unravelled our turbans. And, by the way poor old Mohammed, turned out to be younger than ...
... a German couple to his house for a couscous lunch. Again we were treated like royalty. The couscous takes about 4 hours to make from fresh, the couscous amazingly light and fluffy and the flavours are beautiful, served with chicken and vegetables. It seemed okay to talk over lunch with Omar very keen to chat so if we did offend, then they never let on.
Later Mohamed showed us a carpet from the ...
... across the riverbed into the two Hotels that are in the narrowest part of the gorge. The cliffs above go straight up! There’s a lot of video. I wont describe to here. However, there is a couple of photos of a van carrying people inside and sheep in top - yes where the overflow passengers go! The next day we were to see a small truck double decking cattle, the second deck standing on the roof, with a rail that went around about knee high on the cattle, and ...