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... at the tight series of hairpin switchback, there are two hotels. Riad Bleu Afriqua is the one perched against the wall and looked more interesting. Dave had to hunt for the proprietor. He gave us a grand room with a view for 300dr, including breakfast. He gave us the registration book and asked us to fill in our personal details. We noted the prior customers had stayed three weeks earlier.
... br> The next day was a long and windy drive through the gorge into the Atlas mountains on our way south to Marrakech. Aleefia and Ash both have felt a bit queasy on drive days so i gave them some of my travel pills, unfortunately as they make you quite drowsy they seemed to get knocked out for most of the drive, sorry girls!!
Camp was the most interesting we’ve had and was the coldest yet. ...
... breakfast: hot Moroccan pancakes, something that looks like a deep fried croissant, fresh Moroccan flat bread with creamy butter and jam, cheese, eggs and fresh orange juice. We cannot manage it all! Now we relax and enjoy the panoramic view from the guesthouse until it is time to leave. Our bus leaves at 1pm so we allow two hours for finding transport plus the half hour drive back through the valley to town and the usual bag weigh in at the coach office. Our host, Ahmed, helps us ...
... coats donned, the group quickly pitched a tarpaulin overhead and we formed a wind break around the gas cooker. Dinner was served on the truck that evening and as soon as everything was packed up we all retired to the warmth of our rooms.
Some of the group signed up for a guided walk the next day but once again, Tim and I had done similar thing years before and preferred to amuse ourselves. For Tim that meant hiking up the valley by himself, for me, updating the ...
... hi. In general, we've found that Everyone knows everyone in Morocco. As we began our ascent, the first quarter of the trip was especially challenging as it was going from 2400 ft to 6000 ft in just a few KM. also, we were told that that it would probably be really cold up top...so we had a big heavy daypack with sweaters, north face jackets, 3 litres of water, lunch and a DSLR camera. I ended up rolling my jeans up nearly the entire day but did wear the sweater for bits ...