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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... only weeks before there had been devastating floods washing away many houses, roads and bridges and taking numerous lives. Our first stop is at an argan oil cooperative where we are shown the process of making culinary and cosmetic argan oils. After a quick cup of mint tea we head off up higher into the Atlas Mountains, as we get higher up more and more snow is visible and eventually we reach the highest ...
... farms that, for the main part, are farmed in the traditional way using donkeys, hand harvesting and bundling up the wheat. Mum was intrigued by one of the crops which she was unable to identify, so Aziz stopped to ask the farmers what they were - chickpeas. Arriving at Chefchouen from above the city we were treated to a fabulous view of the blue city - photos were snapped. Our hotel was high on the hill overlooking the old town. We walked down through the blue ...
Awoke 0630 for 0700 brekky. Bags packed. The garden at the back of the hotel was quite nice with views of snow capped Atlas in background. Depart 0800.
A second van joined our convoy this morning with the rest of the bicycles. There were only 4 on top of our van yesterday. Then it was a short drive to the start of ride which is at the top of a climb so we begin with a long descent. The bike pump is missing the end bit so we have to ...
... again. First stop was the local markets where Nomads came to do deals with their livestock and general farmers sell their goods. We had a stop off at a Natural pharmacist for some tea and education on his products. He also had a large range of local spices for us to smell.
Our second visit for the day was the fossil musuem. It is hard to imagine that this arid land was rich with life but the country used to be under the sea therefore their land is reach with fossils. ...
... 1 kilometer wide riverbed. Not a hike you’d want to do in the middle of the summer.
Tarmigt has it’s own little soul with a busy main street lined with shops—and even an upscale hotel. At the far end I find a rugged hill topped with some huge boulders that I figure I should climb. It looks like a popular place to hang out—and use as a latrine—which is quite a climb just to take a dump!
From the top you get a great ...