Hotel les Saisons
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... our way down the hall when the lights went out. It seems we were slower than everyone else to leave the train so the conductor shut off the lights. Although we weren’t that slow, just everyone else cleared the train very quickly. We bungled our way in the dark to the exit door to find that the one that was open faced the track instead of the platform. Our friend from our cabin said to just come out that way, but we all have that rule in our heads, ingrained by ...
... rats. After a few failed attempts to seek directions we came across someone who was able to speak english and he was even nice enough to walk us to the door. We walked into what i can only describe as someones house that has been made into a small dinning area we were then treated to the most amazing food. I have a real love of Tanginess now. After being fill to the brim we waddled back to the riad to get ready for our guided tour around the city ...
... and men hooded, this is a very traditional Moroccan town.
We’ll continue driving towards Agdez, via Alnif and Tazarine,lunch in
N’koub before we get to the fascinating Draa Valley at the edge of the
Atlas Mountains, along which lay hundreds of Berber Kasbahs.dinner and
accommodation in Ait Ben-haddou.
Day 6 : Ait Ben-haddou – Taliouine – Taroudant
Depart Ait ben-haddou for Taroudant, ...
... with their big urn.
The mosque spire dominated the skyline and the mosaic work looked amazing... It was only as we drew closer the sheer size of this massive structure became clear, a vast forecourt filled with people all in awe of this stunning building which juts out into the Atlantic.
Continuing along the coast we ventured back into the medina and actually found our way back to the other side and the correct entrance without ...
... there was an old motorbike with them or a donkey. Carts pulled by donkeys was common. Some paddocks had fences round them made out of cactus and rocks but mostly the land had no divisions, one farm ran into the next. The crop of choice was cactus, rows and rows of large cactus planted out by hand and the fruit is gathered for market, we saw them on stalls in the city market. No sign of any mechanical help with the land, everything done by hand. They were in their ...