Hotel Le Berbere Palace
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... thick, which provides insulation from both the hot summers and the cold winter nights. The central core is open, and called the 'Moroccan telephone' as you would communicate between the different levels this way. It served as a light well too. The one we saw had its own water wells, which was seen as a defensive advantage. The adjoining building had tapped the hydraulic power of water to turn a wheat to flour grinding ...
... the mountains. We went for a walk through it this afternoon and found the river where several women were washing their clothes and a guy with a donkey and trailer was collecting sand because the volunteers at the kasbah had run out. Crops were being grown everywhere benefitting from the closeness of the river....it was a great sight to see....the river, the palms and the mountain that stands over Agdz, the shape of a tagine.
Now here ...
Another early start to the day. Breakfast in the camp was very good, fresh squeezed orange juice and omelet on today's menu...in the desert, amazing! Alan bought an ammonite, talked the guy down from 450 to 50 dirhams...not bad. As you can expect I came away with mosquito bites. Five of us in our vehicle and Al was in the very back, not a comfy ride for him. His right knee needs attention after it was ...
... we got out of the car I was slapped in the face by shockingly cold, high altitude, mountain air. At one point we were so close to the snow I swear we could have walked to it. (Shannon and I are currently bickering about the distance - she swears it was 6 or so miles, I say it was closer than that... regardless, it was close, and the point was, it was hella cold.)
- Kasbahs are a large type of house, generally reserved for ...
Yes, Tikirt was definitely worth the withering hike it took to get here… Invigorated by my new discovery and by a slight decrease in temperature, I look for an alternative way to get back to the main highway. I soon find myself heading towards yet another village a bit off to the east.
Tazantoute (0676, 6 hrs, 1.6 kms) has a large area of walled in mud ruins and what looks like the shrine of a "Siid" or saint. The area is surrounded by ...