Kasbah Erg Chebbi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and made the experience feel really magical. We started to pass tiny Berber villages and were feeling hopeful we would be jumping off the camels in no time. To our surprise it was still a fair distance further into the desert. Eventually after a good 6/7 hours on our faithful camels we had arrived at our home for the night. We were staying with a Berber family and were greeted by two brothers who made us extremely welcome in their Berber tent. We sat together ...
... I caught the eye of a passing taxi, nodded, and we walked directly to his car, loaded the bags, got in, and were swiftly and simply taken to the train station. He got nice tip. So-called David and his driver were left open mouthed at the ferry terminal. One-nil up on the touts. It was 1.45pm. So far, so good. To our delight, the departures board showed a train to Fes leaving in 15 minutes. This would make the five hour journey quite easy. We purchased the tickets for the ...
... roaster ride. In addition we'd read, and heard from other travelers, about the dreaded after-effects from a camel ride. Basically your butt hurts for days after one. Somehow Dorothy and I emerged unscathed from our experience. Asian butts 2, camel 0. I guess generations of our ancestors squatting around rice paddies have blessed us with superior butts... On another note, we joked about what the camels must think when they see a 300lb tourist coming their way to hop onto ...
... win over Erg Chigaga.
The bad tummy I had had for the last three days was decidedly better, so we gave the thumbs up to Zaid, the camp owner to do a dromedary overnighter the following day (couple of hours out to a Berber tented camp, sunset, dinner, sleep, sunrise and two hours back to the camp for breakfast). The forecast was for 14 mph winds!
The next morning we had our washing washed, up on the line, dried and ...
... have explained it to me is that “we are all free”.
My expectation of the Moroccan men when I was on my way here, was one of aggressive unwanted attention and harassment. I have found this to be completely untrue. Even for a woman traveling on my own, I had no issues at all. The worst was a man in Essaouira who walked beside me for a while suggesting he stay with me that night but i just laughed it off and we ended up having a tea together and ...