JM Suites Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a little cafe/restaurant place and managed to order a kebab and a coffee. The lady there helped me to understand what to ask for when I wanted a decent coffee, not just a single shot.
I found a ‘square’ place and sat and watched the world for a while then wandered back to the hotel.
After meeting Mohammad, our tour leader, and the rest of the group, we went for dinner at a place not far from where we were ...
... 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, ...
... the waterfront which was not the case)
We decided to follow the walking tour recommended by the Lonely Planet that took us around a few of the nicer / interesting art deco buildings and also acquainted ourselves with a bit of a city we may have not otherwise visited and even managed to find the market that looks like serves a lot of the famous fish dishes from the area but by this stage we had already eaten but decide ...
... a third time I doubt we would have been let onto the plane. We got through without another hitch and after a coffee and a wait we were allowed to board the plane.
Flying with Saudia Airlines was... interesting. Getting a full service flight for the less than half the price of the next cheapest flight was a little worrying. Having to transit in Saudi Arabia was a little worrying. Especially when we learnt that single women aren't allowed to be in the airport ...
... building, huge! It was only built 21 years ago so very new by the standards of the last few days. Apparently it has cost US $4 billion so far! Something like 10,000 people worked on it and it took 6 years to build although still not quite finished. The chandeliers weigh 900kg. It is the third biggest mosque in the world after mecca and one other in Sri Lanka I think. There are two enormous rooms downstairs one each for men and woman, to wash in before they pray which is ...