Haven La Chance Desert Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Many of the women were wearing black burkas, some with colorful embroidery, as the women in Yemen do. It is their tradition as Berbers, they were not originally Muslims. Lansari said that it is a tradition rather than religious. A lot of the women had their faces exposed and many were in colorful wraps. They all wear really bright and colorful patterned socks. You would see a women in a black burka with garish striped socks. There is a beautiful ...
... our windows frosted, our bus helper wiped the windows with shampoo which keeps windows defrosted for a long time, a good trick to remember when we get home. The origin of the name Berber, is the Greek word meaning barbarous, different. They are light skinned people, some with blue eyes, believed to have originally been from Yemen. House style, jewelry, and forehead tattoos on women are similar to Yeman. They have been in Morocco for 6,000 years. No one can ...
... after the couscous came a tagine then fresh fruit.
During lunch we were told about ancient stone carvings about an hours walk away and were asked if we wanted to go and have a look. It was something that we were all keen to do and Ahmed was to accompany us, just as we set out a young Australians couple, Katie and Carmel from Perth arrived and decided to join us. We learnt so much about Berber life ...
... take each day. There are plenty of fossil mines and crystal mines that are world renowned and exhibited at the Tucson fair each year. Once I said I was from AZ, everyone had a brother or friend that was in Tucson or had been there. These two local villages of Amizigh, are very humble and take pride in who they are and work as a collective to help each other survive. Very peaceful ...
... thirty call to prayer. We would become used to the way the call punctuated each day's business with a reminder of what was of higher importance. In this way, Allah's presence permeates and weaves itself into daily life and thought, and has tour guides looking edgily at their watches as they find places to park their groups for a few minutes. The first photo I have put up is taken from the top of our Riad, looking across the medina, which spills down into ...