Kasbah de la Vallee
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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the Sahara at 9 and arrived here after 7pm...a long day which finished with a bang! Leaving the Sahara, the landscape without the wind, still looked desolate and unviting...white and flat as we retraced our drive back through the town, which in the morning looked a bit more active, past the fossil strip.. Till turning to another highway.. Our first stop along the way was at the under ground well system, no longer in use, and left ...
... humour. We had experienced a wonderful day and he had provided us with a unique journey along some fascinating and remote destinations. And this is what he truly excelled at.
As we entered our hotel, the now very friendly manager called out to us from downstairs. 'Would you like a beer?" We shrugged and sighed....
Our hotel was busy, full of tourists from a variety of countries. They were really nice people but as ...
... got back to the turn-out where the arrogant ass was still standing. And sure enough, he shouted out, "I told you you'd be back!" We waved and shouted back, "Have a great day!" and sped on by.
Rain clouds moved in but we were not hit by rain. It was hail! Not big, maybe the size of peas. But that's got to be unusual for the desert, even at this altitude.
Night at Bleu Afriqua
... so peaceful trudging along on our camels through the sand. The riad had breakfast and a hot shower waiting for us on our return. Both were very welcome.
Around midday we left Merzouga for Dades Gorge. Merzouga is surrounded by what they call a black desert. Very hard ground, black looking from crushed mica. As we left the black desert we traveled through lots of harsh, barren but beautiful countryside before arriving in the ...
... else we would have still been searching for it. The building was square shaped with the centre of the house a courtyard with a water fountain and no roof to allow airflow and to keep it cool. The riad owner was very friendly and helpful and answered all of our many questions. Our riad was about 2 minutes walk from The Place Jemaa el Fna, or town square, in old Marrakech. After we arrived we walked into the square it was just on dusk and the place was buzzing. It was amazing to see, ...