Michlifen Ifrane Suites & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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... and intimidating. We have planned on a long day and kept pushing on. Temps from 19 - 36 degrees in a day.
Big hills in the mountains, between 1200 and 1600 metres above sea level. The buses and vans run with passenger doors open all the time, bus motor covers up, and if there if no room, get on the roof. All through the Riff happy people keep waving and wanting to sell us ‘smoke’. Even little kids. Its huge business here and the amount of ...
... about $4 to get a ride from Azrou to Fes, an hour long taxi ride. So I ca definitely see the benefits of a grand taxi. Funnily enough, the petit taxis only allow three passengers total, even though they are sedans that would legally fit five people total. Not sure where the logic is in that... But that's Morocco! Not only do people cram people into cars, they also squeeze as many things as possible into vehicles to optimize gas usage, while is one thing that's ...
... meet someone who is genuinely interested in our research. Overall, it was a really great evening! For New Year's Eve, we decided to go to one of the hotels in town, Hotel Panorama, to enjoy their special meal with a set menu for the evening. Unfortunately, the dinner turned out to be a pretty bad experience, but makes for a good story! The restaurant is pretty fancy, with white tablecloths, fine china, and servers in tuxedos, so we were looking forward to a ...
... anyone who hikes, this was a pretty big deal. the path was covered with cactus plants and prickly plants and it was not a flat path. I am talking rocks, boulders, holes, etc. My ankles are killing me! It was completely worth it though. The smells of the cedar trees, the natural rock stairs, the breathtaking views: I cannot express the true beauty of the whole experience. The hike lasted around 4 hours and we went three ...
... are sheep everywhere!
On Eid only the male sheep (or rams) get killed. They save the females to reproduce more babies. Once the sheep is killed they have to give one third to family and friends, one third for themselves, and one third to the poor.
I'll try to keep you posted,