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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... His other sister had given birth to a baby boy the day before and so his mother was with them at the hospital, we were sorry we missed meeting her. Anyway we sat in the very basically furnished lounge around a small table and ate the " pizza" - a type of bread dough filled with minced meat, onions, nuts and spices, absolutely delicious. All washed down with mint tea of course! After dinner we went to see the Rissani Kasbah, ...
... military bases and we arrive at a tiny airport, next to a large military installation with thousands of soldiers (our guide said the military declines to divulge much information about the activities at any of their bases), in the midst of a very stark desert landscape. We are in the northern reaches of the Sahara desert, and will be driving another two hours further into the Sahara for our overnight stay this evening.
Only 20 minutes from Errichidia, we crest a ...
5 hrs, 5.0 kms
Then next day I have another very clear objective: catch a collective taxi to Aoufous, and hike back to Arfoud. If I do that, I will cross the 100 kilometer mark, this creating a Superhike. Originally I'd planned to continue on to Errachidia—which would be nice, since it’s the regional capital. But now I don’t really feel that will ...
... village just a few hundred meters off the road, I know I’ve got to check it out. Remember, this is about the experience, not the destination.
Moulay Abdellah Dakket is another picture perfect castle village—great for a videoclip. I don’t go inside, but do explore the perimeter with its partly crumbled corner towers, tiny windows peeking out over the oasis… elegant main entrance. Yep, it’s good to be ...
... in the sheets and tried to keep the sand out but to no avail. We awoke at 5:15 to climb the sand dune to see the sunrise but it proved near impossible in the storm. Again no spectacular pictures. Then began the long ride back on the camels through the sand storm. We all looked like Lawrence of Arabia with scarves tied round our heads and faces to keep the sand out. Finally we ...