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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... for taking photos before depositing us at Ait Benhaddou. Here we have two hours to explore which is more than enough. We are still a little confused as to what a kasbah is exactly. This one is actually what I would consider a small walled town although I am aware of other smaller ones that are more (or were) private residences resembling more like a grand palace. We make our way our way down towards the river, where they seem to be filming something (see told you it is ...
... car for a week online through arguscarhire.com with Marrakesh Airport pickup which turned out the most economical. The Argus channeled our car order to a local company, locationauto.ma, for 200TL ($24.67) per day. We expected to have to negotiate hard for taxi out to the airport. Lauren had told us they would charge around 100 dirham, and we had read online that 60 was typical. We made our way on foot to the outskirts of the medina. The heat ...
... made from the center nut of the fruit found on Argan trees. Argan trees only grow in one place in the world: the Souss region of Southern Morocco. I was about a half hour away from the area, but would not actually be visiting the region, which was actually unfortunate because the fruit is harvested in a rather unique way. Goats climb into the small, rather knotty looking Argan trees and eat the fruit leaving the nuts behind. The outer shell of the nut is removed and used ...
... others to bring the magic to it.
In the big lounge video songs were being loudly projected onto the wall, there was one sofa to share and mattresses were dotted here and there where various people, including us, would sleep.
Hicham originally came to Ouarzazate to study costume design for the film industry and had never left. Maybe the ganja had something to do with that as it was certainly doing the rounds. Up on the rooftop there was a ...
... there’s a project to plant hardy desert brush, perhaps an attempt to slow erosion and sandstorms. Finally I first signs that I’m nearing Ouarzazate: a desert movie studio/museum. I’ve never visited any of these studios, and figure it would be a nice way to finish my hike, but unfortunately it’s closed to visitors for the day. Apparently a movie’s being shot right now, as there’s a row of ...