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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... 25 there is the famous hill with the switchbacks, with a Hotel on top, and thats where the photos are taken. Carrying on further meant that we were treated to more spectacular sights, both of the gorge and also of the communities and farming created along the way. What we came to realise was that few people actually ventured that far in. We get stared at a lot. Although both these gorges are internationally renowned for the scenery, and for many bikers a must do, ...
... route that went south through the desert to Timbuktu - a 52-day camel journey as local promotional material asserts. Watchtowers for the tax men dotted the route, which ultimately led northwest to Ouzazarte.
Which is where we went for that night, having decided against pressing on to Eassouira on the coast that day. Pleasant stay and meal at boutique hotel with splendid views over the adjacent valley and lovely evening ...
... in. At every turn you didn't know what you'd find - a woman coming home from the market, or a little girl calling you to her mother's henna shop, or a man selling clothes or paintings, or a group of men sitting around sharing tea. At any turn you could go at least 2 ways - yet another risk in this country of getting ridiculously lost.
My favorite discovery was an older traditional Berber man, playing an instrument. It basically looked like a ...
As mentioned n the last episode the beautiful sunrise had us all in a much better mood as we headed towards Quarzazate. By the time we got there the sun was blaring overhead and we were almost (but not quite) complaining about the heat. Our memories weren't that short.
Tim and I jumped in a cab for the short ride to the supermarket to buy supplies for dinner. With limited choice we were opting for Sweet Tuna Curry Mornay with couscous. With that ...
Day 161 2 hrs, 3.0 kms Normally after my “big summer trip” I feel worn out and ready to forget about travel for a while. Not this time. After returning from Turkey and the Caucuses, I’ve still got plenty of energy and desire to stay in “Adventure Mode”. A month later I have 3 days off work and quickly jump at the opportunity. I know just where to go: Out to the desert, now ...