Hotel Kasbah Sahara Services
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... beautiful structure.
We marvelled at the ingenuity of the local storks for which Volubils is famous. These iconic birds nest right on top of the Corinthian columns defying any respect for the dignity of the old edifices.
And yet again, we were just about on our own. There were very few tourists and apart from the searing heat, the visit to Volubilis was enjoyable and highly worthwhile. The Camp Granada Index was marginally edging ...
... Finally reached Fes and checked in to our hotel. THe room was large but the bathroom undesirable and no hot water. Visited the Medina which was a much bigger labyrinth than chenchouen. People live in squalor and it is amazing some of the stalls just a box with a couple of random goods. Had an excellent meat at the Clock restaurant. Returned to the market around 9pm and bought some pottery. It was much nicer as there were less crowds. Cath bought some teapots for the ...
... for our tall, blonde, blue-eyed Theresa, and he said a million camels was a ridiculous offer, but that perhaps one hundred camels might be realistic. He also did confirm that camel milk is the Viagra of the region. Carroll and I did play a joke on our trip physician, Mya out in the desert at the tent we had stopped at. We told her that I had consumed a quart of camel milk, and that I had a serious problem - and it ...
In a comfy air conditioned bus we set out for the 4 hour drive, stopping for lunch at the Barage el Wahda which is a man made lake for a magnificent view into the mid Atlas Mountains. The king ordered many lakes to be built in the valleys and this was one of some hundred in Morocco. There is little to no grass or crops in the ground other than regimen tally straight rows ...
... I swear I must be at least two inches shorter than when we started this adventure we've walked so far on many days. One day I clocked 15,000 steps. To night we're off to a Moroccan dinner and belly dancing. I'm looking forward to the food, guess what John is looking forward to. Well just to perfectly finish off the day we drove past a union protest on the way to dinner. Public transport union from what I could hear from our guide. Couple of hundred people I ...