Domaine de la Roseraie
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- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... our group were sick, some quite bad. Mark was visibly concerned and busy consulting with our two doctors. Cipro and other meds were distributed. When we were up to it, we finally got back on the road.
We obviously had picked up a bug through our food while in the desert. Although it cast a pall over the group, everyone understood it was a part of the adventure travel experience. It took more than two days for some members to get ...
... Le Marrakshi, overlooking the main square where there were scores of vendors of spices, dried fruit, juices, trinkets and crafts, and about twenty food stalls that served all sorts of food including stewed sheep's head. Thank goodness we saw this after we were full from dinner. At dinner we had salads, tagine, brochettes of kafta, vegetables and couscous, and fruit salad while listening to local music and seeing belly dancing. What a fun night. We spent ...
... low and security and surveillance of visitors pretty much non-existent. Yesterday, for example, in a site that said 'no photos', we saw many people taking photos, staff ignoring this fact, and even standing out of the way to allow better photos to be taken! Meanwhile, turnstiles are installed in several monuments but don't seem to ever have been connected or used so there is no collection of information about numbers of visitors to heritage ...
... incredible but also a bit confusing. So many little markets, very similar to the bazaar in Istanbul. Lots of wallets, bags, nick naks, spices etc. Dates, orange juice and spices seem to be the main things. Went to a roof top restaurant that overlooked the square for a tea and then down for lunch. Tried a chicken tangine for lunch and also picked up alms fresh ...
... distribute words of encouragement – just a little bit more to go, up there is fantastic!
And here it is – the summit! Jebel Toubkal, 4167 metres. For the first time, I have passed the 4000 meter limit with my own feet (I have been a bit higher in Andes, but got there by bus, so it doesn’t count) and however trivial this may sound, I feel proud and mighty pleased. The tiredness is forgotten in an instant, the only feelings in my system ...