Hotel Restaurant Atlas
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... geography, climates, histories or religions. That’s why this trip to Morocco has been such a surprise. I didn’t expect some places to be cold. I didn’t expect snow on the mountains or lush valley’s. I didn’t expect every school child here to understand, speak and write at least 3 languages, many know 5. And I was especially charmed by the warm smiles and openness of the Berber people.
Ah, that’s where ...
How 10Dh became 40Dh
We were walking through the Souq and came across a hair salon. I thought that I had negotiated a haircut for 10 D (about E1). He seemed to be doing such a good job that I decided to have my beard also trimmed, razor style.
On completion the priced seemed to have quadrupled. I was not unhappy, it was a great job and the cost was still only Euro4 or about $NZ6. I think he was late for prayers, I still had my ears and I was ...
... Mansour Gorge (which we drove through yesterday) is a clear winner.
As we turned back to the south, on our way to the Atlantic coast, we climbed a high ridge, where the wind was particularly fierce, and dropped to the valley on the other side. The palms had disappeared and hillsides were bare except for hardy argan trees. Several tin-bladed farm windmills indicated that wind ...
... money to buy a team football for at least 3 years judging by the sorry state of their tattered old pledge sheets.
Most hotels and some of the restaurants have wifi and there is a dingy "cybercafé" full of reasonable facsimiles of 20th Century desktop computers.
Every 30 metres or so you will spot a sign advertising "coiffures" next to a hand-drawn portrait of a man with ...
... br> We were greeted there by Ali, a young local from a nearby village who was keen to engage us in conversation and followed us as we explored, explaining to us this and that about the fort. Ali invited us back to his village home where we would be able to ride his donkeys, which sounded ok to me, but Anna asn't into that.
It was nice to be up on the fort, with sheep grazing on the slopes and the views down to the sea. .