Domaine de la Roseraie
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... golf courses. Looking at the lushness of the turf there must be millions of litres of precious water used, all in the name of golf which clearly must be a big income generator. From the air the oasis of each course was a remarkable sight and looked weirdly out of place in this hot dry climate. We paused along to way to take photos of the Berber Village. The Berbers were the first people here but fled to the hills ...
... called Palais Sulemain. We are greeted by two guards on horseback (who we must have photos with) and ceremonial music, including a 12 foot long trumpet that produces very interesting tones. As with the other palaces we have dined at, the interior here is exceptionally beautiful. Apparently, the room we are dining in was used as the royal bedroom in the TV show on FX network called “The ...
... one clandestine photo of the snakes. Immediately, two men are demanding money from us for taking a photo of them and their snakes from 25 feet away. We give them 50 cents and decide that we will pick one group of snakes and pose for photos with them. We select a different group, and of course, they are delighted to oblige. They put a snake around Scot’s neck (probably the best way to ensure you don’t leave early) and ask us to sit down so ...
We started the day in a panic. The pickup time is 7am at the carpark 5 mins from our Riad. And we woke up at 6.50! Maybe it was because of the early hour, the car ride out of Merrakech in the direction of Ourzazate was smooth with little traffic. I was expecting an arid landscape but to everyone's surprise, where we headed was lush and ...
... try to blaze a trail down a 1,500 meter drop of skree and cliffs. The Highest Pass in Africa Soon after I reconnect with the "real" trail, and realize how dumb I was. If I had just been patient and followed the trail on the ridge a bit farther, I would have connected with this trail at the top and enjoyed a very safe, walkable descent down the slope. Now instead of feeling like a super-adventurer who blazed his own trail down Toubkal, I feel like an idiot who ...