Haven La Chance Desert Hotel
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... Throughout the day of relaxation (doing nothing but lounging, taking
a dip in the pool and admiring our view) there were a few visitors that stopped by for lunch. Later in the even
ing, we had arranged for an overnight camel ride into the desert. The thought of us staying
out there with no one but our guide was romantic and considering this trip was originally suppose to be our ho
neymoon, the idea was attractive. In the end though, a mother and daughter ...
... a few minutes, and we found ourselves right at the edge of the dune, with an impressive Kasbah building sitting right along the edge. As a Sahara expedition has become quite a tourist attraction, the edge of the dunes has become prime real estate. Our Kasbah was Auberge Dunes D'Or, but we were joined by other Kasbah's spaced every 300m around the edge of the dunes.
We pulled up to the Kasbah and unpacked our bags. We ...
... tents. We had to pack up because we were going to move on to the next camp that day. Once we were all ready to go, Abdul told us we were actually going on a hike up a really big dune off in the distance and then meet the camels with our luggage on them at the foot of the big dune. After that change of plans we started up the massive dune inching toward the top with each step. It was interesting how tiring it was, because of your feet sinking into the ...
... br> EnTHUsiasm!
The kids’ resilience slakes me.
Oops, she forgot hers.
The Seven Cardinal Sins of Morocco that We Have Broken So Far (by Vienna):
1) Stepping out of our room (or tent) without our shoes on
2) Feeding a horse and then not washing our hands before eating something
3) Reaching into the nut bag with our left hand
4) Wearing shoes in the dining ...
... obligatory hard sell of all their many rugs. Needless to say none of our group bought anything although there were a couple of rugs made of cactus that looked pretty. Before luncg we walked through Todra Gorge where there was a beautifully clear rocky bedded river flowing. It was nice to cool the feet off in the very cold water. Lunch was at a predictably touristy and expensive restaurant and then we had to wait for the driver to have an 90 ...