- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... staff ensured we had lots of success communicating. When we got a little stuck, they asked the English speaking guy in the stationery store down the street to come and translate. Found a great place to eat with the help of one of the Valle Ziz ...
... and answering all our questions. Mine was not the most comfortable ride as I kept sliding down towards the handle and frequently needed to edge my bottom back up the seat - a difficult task without stirrups. Like childbirth, the discomfort was short lived as i immersed myself in the beauty and tranquillity of the dunes in the evening. When our campsite came into view, we dismounted our beasts and climbed up the ...
We passed through quite a lot of little rural villages and towns. We
passed through Ouzazate where we saw the film studios, and a little
further down the road, we saw a film being shot. There were a lot of
people sitting on horses around tents and camera crews setting up. At
9.00pm we arrived in Merzouga where we were greeted off the coach by
Merzouga is known as the gateway to the
desert and it sure ...
... croissants. We sit it out for the next two and a half hours writing our blog and hoping we won't get kicked out. We order another chocolate after an hour as it's getting embarrassing but honestly, how many hot chocolates and croissants can one manage in one morning?
It's just gone nine so we leave the patisserie hoping that the coach office will now be open. It is not. Back to the stone benches. It's warmer now but I'd rather sit in a cafe. We head down to the ...
... into my drug induced sleep thinking...when I open my eyes I will see sand dunes and camels!
However, as the trip had thus far indicated, this was not the case. When I did finally open my eyes it was about 6:30 am--the time we were expected in Merzouga. While I did not see sand dunes in front of me when I awoke I did see something quite unexpected---snow capped mountains appearing seemingly from thin air and abruptly from the flat plains we had been driving ...