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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... et poisson Pumpkin soup Fresh sesame rolls Warm Moroccan salad - eggplant, tomato, chicken topped with mozzarella - like a ratatouille Quail, roast potatoes, green beans Bottle of red Moroccan wine Then the lights went off and I thought oh no here we go again - power outage....BUT - Drumming started, singing started and candles lead some ten Moroccans young and old singing and dancing procession like holding a large cake on a huge platter made ...
... 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, ...
... not really be here. We pass the press office. A cameraman and his reporter are standing at the ready, presumably for the end of the opening addresses. We press on regardless and see an ancient rose distiller made of brass and talk to one of the stall holders about the oil making process. Unfortunately he does not wish to converse in French once we tell him we are English. Problem being that he can only speak French or Arabic. We thank him politely and move on. The bottles ...
... the road across a serene, barren landscape.
When I find a little cliff to provide me with shade, I sit down for a snack and to play my official Aguerd concert. Suddenly an SUV drives by and stops. The guys waves to me, I wave back. But clearly he’s insistent on talking to me, so I walk over. Turns out he’s the q’aid, or responsible of this entire area and is a ...