Haven La Chance Desert Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... nearest city. In return, the family set Jawad up with some money and an education where he learned several other languages and took odd jobs in the tourism industry until he had saved up enough to start his desert camp venture. Today, Jawad and his family own two luxury desert camps and have even been written up in the New York Times. The final step in our trek to the camp was an hour-long ride aboard two smelly camels named Bob Marley and Jimi ...
... covered with carpets or woven mats. Furnishings are limited. There were many children playing as it was Sunday, and they have also had a two week intercession. They were great to watch. They didn't want their photos taken. Lansari asked us not to give them money for photos when they asked, as it will train them to beg. We then drove to the home of a woman that OAT has been assisting. We watched her baking bread in an adobe oven with a wood fire. ...
... cedar forests. Just beautiful! The main road was closed because of ice. They don't have a lot of snow removal equipment so they closed the main road to clear it. We took a smaller road and the trouble began. A van got stuck in the middle of the road, cars and vans were were stopped on both sides of the road which was a steep uphill grade with iced tire tracks. Our guide and bus helper got out to assist getting the van up hill. Other people came out of ...
... in silence. Later we discussed this and found that this would be in formal situations, not amongst friends. That was relieving to hear, as there was lots of laughter and discussion through the lunch. The food was great. Ahmed's wife did not join us and stayed in the kitchen. We tried our best to eat with one hand. Our poor eating skills were obvious and they very patiently showed us the right way, much to ...
The town is small and occupied predominantly by the Amizer. They are peaceful nomads that occupied Morocco before the Arabs. Being they don't like to fight or power, the Arabs have taken over the power of the country and call them Berber. To the Amizer (sp?) this is a derogatory term for them and will not respond if called it by the Arabs. Unfortunately, the Arabs control the tourism and so they are known ...