Hotel Le Berbere Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and head off to Gorges Du Dades. Back down through Toudra, with the light from a different angle, the hills and valleys look different. Road still a bit rough. Funnily we are too early to the trinket sellers, who are either setting up or not there yet. Then back to the highway at Tinerhir, and west to Gorges du Dades. Again spectacular, what mother nature and the power of water can achieve. Funny, we went to the end of the road that we could manage, maybe 60kms in, ...
... maybe I’m doing something I’m not supposed to. I just interpret as a reminder that I live on a bizarre, unpredictable planet where really weird stuff can happen at any moment. But I figure I can enjoy this short life better by not constantly reminding myself that death could happen at any moment.
Let’s head home and spend a week just living “ordinary life”. That’s all I want right ...
... from scratch. Anyways, whoever fixed it up did an excellent job keeping the traditional look of a earth castle… although I’m pretty sure it’s got concrete and re-bar reinforcement in there somewhere…. In the morning I’ll have to get a couple better shots of it.
Unfortunately both this hotel and the other next to it cater to folks that aren’t such pennypinchers as myself. This whole are does seem to cater to ...
... with two stories of rooms opening into the courtyard. These rooms are where the merchants would set up and sell their wares. It was very interesting.
We went deeper yet into the medina – until we reached the Madrassa – or school. This school had been in existence since the 9th or 10th century. During the dark ages in Europe, this was one of the few places where learning of the sciences continued and was taught ...
... putting the labour party back in power. Guess we will see!
Last but not least, the cold that I was battling back in London was still in full-swing. Major sinus issues, such a pain. Although I hadn't had the opportunity for a full, 8 hour sleep yet, so perhaps that was all that I needed for a full recovery. Anyway, it was on... day 4 now. So annoying to travel with a head cold. I finished all the meds I picked up in London which the pharmacist promised would cure me... no such ...