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TripAdvisor Reviews Kasbah Tamadot Asni
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... of our multitude of photos will do them justice ) they are high, craggy, mountainous, snowcapped, domineering, menacing, breathtaking- basically any adjective you can think of and them some more !
As we drove closer they became even more impressive but for the moment I will leave them and move our story to our first stop. A town, almost a wild west town, was our destination. I didn't see the name but I will not forget the sight of cows heads sitting on ...
... drier, spicier and a thousand times more fragrant. The lunch provided sustenance for the next leg of our adventure, a further 450m climb along the route of the pilgrimage to the Berber shrine at ...... It was a gruelling, if rewarding adventure. Snow crunched underfoot in places, while waterfalls cascaded alongside us, drenching the path ahead. Rivers barred our way, forcing us to use stepping stones to traverse the rocky mountainside. It was not a well trodden ...
... 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! ...
... with a porter for company whilst we made our summit push. The main thing i left behind on this trip was water purification tablets. Everyone else has them and they have had to use them regularly where as i have had to buy water or share. As a result, my pack today has felt a lot heavier but i still managed to summit the pass without feeling too bad. It has become the norm now to be greeted at the top of the hill by someone selling bottled drinks and today was ...
... the Aoulouz River Civilization has several special characteristics. One is the amazing irrigation system. Rather then limiting themselves to cultivating the narrow valley floor, the people here have cut away terraces high up the steep mountainsides, and worked a system of canals to reach these terraces, using just gravity. Yesterday I say a beautiful, high waterfall and figured it'd be a nice place for a videoclip, but when I reached it the waterfall had disappeared! ...