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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Room service
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Wake up was 5:45am and it was straight back onto our camels at 6am. Sleepy eyed, we rode through the dunes just as the sun started to rise in the east. Wow just wow. What a beautiful way to start your day! Words don't do it justice and I am not even sure if the photos will - but I have shared a couple so you can see a little of what we experienced …
... I watched on for a while and had a brief kick-to-kick with two little lads before having my fill of winching at the crunch of stones and carried on past the "field" up towards the peaks in the distance. My path took me along the same stoney surface that the match had been played on and eventually it became clear that things were not the footwear of choice for this expedition that had already taken me far away from the little town. I worked my ...
... for what ended up being a memorable and eventful evening. The place was started my a French fellow (Pierre and a Moroccan fellow). Eventually Pierre moved back to France and the Moroccan guy owns it fully and his two brothers help run it. From being seated through to the end it was first class. There were actually other people dinning for a change - a couple from Australia, 3 women from Washington DC and a couple from Montreal. Dinner: Tart ...
... states of disrepair. We wondered how on earth the inhabitants survived the bitter winters in such poor housing.
Small intensively farmed plots clung to the river flats; the stark green brilliance of the crops contrasting sharply against a framework of surrounding barren mountain peaks. Women worked the plots in long traditional clothing and donkeys mostly provided the transport for the newly harvested crops.
... and shear drop on the other with single lane and no guard rail of any description. Drop would be about 200 M. Amazingly there is a donkey trail up the side of this canyon. Look closely at one of the pictures and you will see it. We had agreed to spend tonight at Quarzazate, but Mike had sent me an SMS saying that he was at the end of the dirt on the top of the Dades Gorge at 11.10 am. I did not know how they could have achieved this because I ...