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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
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The day started slowly, we arose late, breakfast was late, we were late to the tour taxi but nobody seemed to mind. Today was our trip to the Ourika Valley about 70km south of Marrakech in the High Atlas mountains. Our guide, Assan, was a most personable chap and answered our question no matter how daft, and gave us a running commentary of where we were and what we were seeing, after only about 10 minutes the mountains hoved into view and my what a sight ( ...
... At the airport Kathleen spots a couple of numptees making a bit of a scene at security. Apparently they haven't checked in but think they need to take all their luggage through the security gate to Departures. Eventually they seem to get the message and go to check in. I did not see this but later Kathleen points them out in the departure lounge. We get on board and sit ...
Well, it’s official, as of three days ago, we are now empty nesters. It was a bit of a surprise for us, since it occurred two years earlier than we expected, with Alyssa deciding to finish her high school career in New Zealand, but we are so excited for her, it will be a wonderful experience for her! The school is fantastic, they have an amazing international student program, and she will enjoy amazing new experiences. And, we will get to see her every ...
... to the bus station and bought a ticket to Ouarzazate. Waiting on the bus station was more exciting as you might imagine. While we were sitting in the hall, just a few meters away from the large portrait of King Mohammed VI, which hanged beneath the ceiling, a young man walked to the centre of the hall and stopped. What happened next lasted all in all about 30 seconds. He threw a large stone into the portrait. The glass it was covered with fell to the ground in tens of ...
... we had to walk back up the valley where we came down from Lac D’ifni. As usual, the pace was very slow, which didn’t do my mood any good, but we did eventually make it to the start of our ascent. It was about then when Mark jarred his knee and with it already being dodgy from yesterday’s descent, he was forced to go back to the refuge along with Dave who was going back anyway. The next stage of our ascent was a bit more ...