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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Kasbah Tamadot Asni
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... three months for her two to three week breaks, which will be very fun.
Keely dropped Alyssa off in NZ last week, while Scot met Ross at home in Las Vegas to celebrate his 23rd birthday. We both had great fun in different locations, halfway around the world from each other, then hopped on airplanes for our rendezvous in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco for the start of another adventure. This one might be our most unusual one yet…time will tell! ...
... rural Morocco. But when the driver stops for a loong lunch break just an hour away from our destination, I start feeling pretty annoyed.
Finally we arrived, having averaged 10 kilometers an hour the entire way! Luckily, there's a bus leaving right away straight to Casablanca, and I make it home in good time.
I'm still going to come back here again... next time I'm doing that 72 kms on foot.
... there for about 2 and a half hours we started the long walk home along the same route we took to get there. Once we got back to the hotel we had free time for the rest of the afternoon. That night after dinner since it was James and Myriem's (one of the Moroccan girls) birthdays we had a cake and they each got bracelets. It was a late night that night, we didn't get into the bedroom until about 11.15pm.
... s hut” or self-service motel of sorts, where you tied up your mules in front and set up your own sleeping bags and cooked your own food.
We were shown our room, which was apparently the dining room since it had heavy rugs on the floor and pillows lining the benches along the walls. It looked nice but was absolutely freezing! (Those of you who know what a “cold wimp” I am can imagine how challenging this was to me!) We were shown the ...
... summitted Jebal Toubkal and enjoyed the views over the High Atlas, even if for most of the time Brendan's head was in his hands. It took us 2.5 hours to decent the mountain, clambering over rocks and scree. Our guide was obviously getting frustrated at our 'slowness' (there were several people behind us) and spent most of the decent at least 300m ahead of us- good guiding!. When it started to rain, ...