Hotel des Perce-Neige

Rue des Asphodeles, Ifrane, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ifrane

Into the Mountains

A travel blog entry by campelis on Feb 17, 2014

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... are lucky. They have such strong air to soar through, and so many mountain tops to peer down upon. If I could be a bird for a day, I'd be a bird here."

- - - - - (Later that day)

"The mountains are fading, and everything is that burnt orange. The European car caravan calls out children form passing villages to wave as the colorful bugs pass through in a line miles, even days, long. They're ants. Making the ...

The snow just keeps coming!

A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Feb 10, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... So delicious! What's even more amazing is that one milwee only costs 3 dirham, while is about 40 cents. Six of us have two milwee each, along with a coffee or tea each for about 80 dirham ($10)! Even though I've been here for more than four months, the price of everything we buy here still shocks me. It's going to be a real reality check when I return back to the states! Since it started snowing, we frequently hear about people going to ...

A great ending to a great year

A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Jan 08, 2014

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... for the evening. Too bad we missed out on those! In addition to the strange ambiance, the food we had was pretty terrible. But hey, it's a New Year's Eve I won't soon forget! We spent the rest of the night relaxing and actually received some dance lessons from Kevin, our French coworker who used to teach dance lessons. It was so fun! As part of the Barbary Macaque Project research team, we were instructed to put up photos of ourselves on a wall in our ...

Winter brings new adventures with the monkeys

A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Dec 07, 2013

13 photos

... app's Song of the Season station. On Christmas Day we are going to attempt to make a big holiday feast, but with no oven and only two working stove burners, that might be a bit of a challenge. I've already proposed we watch Elf, because it just isn't Christmas without that movie, and some of the guys here haven't seen it! One of the local Berber men that sells souvenirs at the tourist site where the blue group hang out has invited us to have dinner with his family on the day ...

Every day is an adventure in Azrou!

A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Nov 03, 2013

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... are giant posters of him in places like train stations and at the airport. It's interesting to see how integrated the monarchy is in the culture here. There seems to be a great sense of pride in the current king, Mohammed VI, which is great to see. In the town next to Azrou, called Ifrane, the king has a palace that he apparently visits in the winter to go hunting in the mountains. Maybe I'll get to see the king one day! Lastly, we were invited to dinner at our land lady's apartment ...


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