Hotel Le Berbere Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Up the top you have an amazing view of not only the kasbah below but also the surrounding countryside. As I mentioned earlier in this post the landscapes are extremely beautiful and varried. In some ways very barren in other ways a flash of colour with various hues of browns, reds and greens and yet also lush with areas of green trees, etc. In a strange way it reminded us both of northern Argentina and part of Bolivia and yet still unique in its own way. ...
... to the countryside to repeat the same process!! Their children do not go to school and only learn to speak the local Berber dialect! They have no choice but a future of nomadic living but they seem incredibly happy about it!
Not far away we reach Hamaal's hometown in the Dades Valley. After a wonderful play under a waterfall Hamaal showed us his home that is in progress and has been for 2 years! Sadly, he had been pretty ...
... high up the steep slope where there’s another village perched at the top. It starts raining a bit, and I take shelter under a giant boulder for a little while before continuing on. Hey, it doesn’t rain very often here in the desert—so you’ve got to enjoy it when it ...
... s sickness" and were not up to walking in heat at all. So we ate a lot of pills to keep us from doing a lot bathroom visiting and started driving first thing in the morning towards Marrakech. The kasbah looked very interesting and quite large. Next time.
Driving through Tizi n'Tichka is all everybody says it is. You never know what is waiting behind a curve. Large trucks that take up mostly ...
... older ones are made of mud bricks--a mixture of mud, straw, gravel, and a little water pressed into molds and dried in the sun-- just like adobe in our own Southwest. Newer Kasbahs are usually built of concrete blocks, but may be covered with plaster. The predominant color is a salmon pink, but occasionaly you see one with unpainted blocks. The first stop was a photo op in the town of Boulmane Dades, to view the Dades Valley. It is a lush ...